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  1. Wow CRAZY good price with all those accessories....

    Wow CRAZY good price with all those accessories. Someone better jump on this ASAP!
  2. Huh, interesting thread. Woodpeckers and...

    Huh, interesting thread. Woodpeckers and overpriced boutique tools aside, I can honestly say so far I have yet to feel a need for setup blocks with respect to woodworking. I honestly can’t think of...
  3. Get the install instructions from that company....

    Get the install instructions from that company. They show how to do it in order to prepare the router motor for their circuit.
  4. You mean like this product: LINK...

    You mean like this product: LINK

    Massive thread on it here: LINK
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    Another vote for the Lee Valley sets. Had mine...

    Another vote for the Lee Valley sets. Had mine for a few years now and they’ve been awesome!
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    Niiiiiiiiiice!!!!!!

    Niiiiiiiiiice!!!!!!
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    Ha! I envy you. I can’t even do it when it’s a...

    Ha! I envy you. I can’t even do it when it’s a tool I’m only going to use a couple times. If it’s a new tool I’m gettin the nicest quality tool I can afford.
  8. Thread: dust mask

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    Yep, have to throw in my vote for the 3M...

    Yep, have to throw in my vote for the 3M respirators. I have the 6200, 6500 and full face 7100 series all with P100 filters. Highly recommend any of those.
  9. Seems like it was a product that was short lived....

    Seems like it was a product that was short lived. Touted around the net as the poor mans Domino. Here’s a video on it from Jessem: LINK
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    35 gal steel drum that came with my Oneida V-3000.

    35 gal steel drum that came with my Oneida V-3000.
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    Personally I cant imagine using anything other...

    Personally I cant imagine using anything other than a cast iron table now that Ive gone that route! But if I were going to build from scratch, a couple layers of baltic birch plywood and a formica...
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    If youre breaking the lead, its probably the...

    If youre breaking the lead, its probably the level of hardness of lead youre using. Try different values. FWIW I use 0.5mm and sometimes 0.7mm and never have issues with breaking either. Check out...
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    Mounted mine on the wall next to the stand. ...

    Mounted mine on the wall next to the stand.

    Also, hopefully you didnt buy the filter efficiency gauge or the dust level bin sensor. Check out my threads here on how to build your own for a...
  14. Ha! It was threads like these that helped me...

    Ha! It was threads like these that helped me decided what I wanted/needed the first time around! And throughout the entire shop build out the worst of regrets was usually nothing more than: "Welp,...
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    Yep. I have also found that kerosene leaves a bit...

    Yep. I have also found that kerosene leaves a bit of a film too which I have used denatured alcohol to remove.
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    Crazy good price for all that even if you have to...

    Crazy good price for all that even if you have to put in a little elbow grease! Good find!
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    Whiteside is all I own. Love em.

    Whiteside is all I own. Love em.
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    Give this link a read: LINK...

    Give this link a read: LINK
  19. Thread: shop cart

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    Didnt say what I "believed", just thought it...

    Didnt say what I "believed", just thought it looked like something anyone could make themselves for a few bucks. I mean as it is all the rest of the design is done by the "user".
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    Oh I MISS those days!!! I got some CRAZY good...

    Oh I MISS those days!!! I got some CRAZY good deals from them on most of my Starrett and Mitutoyo products!

    That said, crazy good discounts for the first couple of years is the norm these days for...
  21. Thread: shop cart

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    Wow, I remember seeing the Crazy Horse Dolly a...

    Wow, I remember seeing the Crazy Horse Dolly a long time ago and thinking it was kinda silly and never looked further into. Checking it out now and seeing that he's "closing the doors" I cant believe...
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    Doubt its a permanent drop, more than likely its...

    Doubt its a permanent drop, more than likely its just an Amazon fluke. Happens ALL THE TIME and is sometimes CRAZY good! Welcome to the world of online price tracking! Check out Slickdeals.net too!
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    Any particular reason it has to be a circle jig...

    Any particular reason it has to be a circle jig on the band saw? If the work piece is under say and inch or two Id say router jigs are much easier to use and setup IMO. Though they can be costly if...
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    How funny to read your guys' perception. I happen...

    How funny to read your guys' perception. I happen to think a nice shiny cast iron top is far more sleek and beautiful looking! The thought of wood on wood contact and the grinding nature a sliding...
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    There is a lot to be said along the lines of this...

    There is a lot to be said along the lines of this statement. SawStop 3HP PCS owner here and I LOVE it. However, I tend to use any other tool that will get the job done before using my table saw. I...
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