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    Cool, I just installed 6 pair of Grass Dynapro 2D...

    Cool, I just installed 6 pair of Grass Dynapro 2D slides two days ago.

    My first time using them, they appear to be very nice.
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    I'm still new to turning and so only have...

    I'm still new to turning and so only have accumulated about 10 chisels and a couple of chucks, faceplates etc..

    But my lathe tool storage had to do double duty, so it acts as a cabinet for tools,...
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    I fired the safety brake for the first time...

    I fired the safety brake for the first time yesterday in five years of ownership.

    This was a Dado brake cartridge.

    I'd installed it and adjusted the yellow screw that sets the gap, plugged the...
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    I use this one Imperial version...

    I use this one

    Imperial version
    https://www.blocklayer.com/woodturning-segmentseng.aspx

    Metric Version
    https://www.blocklayer.com/woodturning-segments.aspx
  5. My compromise to a slider, that I'd love to own,...

    My compromise to a slider, that I'd love to own, to perform this task.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlypo69JsdA
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    I have the floor standing PM719T mortiser, but a...

    I have the floor standing PM719T mortiser, but a couple of months ago, bought the Pantorouter.

    I've done mortises in fine furniture, box joints and also made a bench out of 2x4's for my Son with...
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    Thank You, much appreciated. Now I'll have a...

    Thank You, much appreciated.

    Now I'll have a go at sharpening it.
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    Stanley G12-220

    So I've had this little plane for about 35+ years.

    Hardly ever used it and never sharpened it.

    Question, should the blade be installed bevel side up or down.

    Thanks
  9. I have had a couple of homemade goes at this and...

    I have had a couple of homemade goes at this and recently bought the new Woodpeckers drill press fence. I already had their early version of the drill press table and fence, but that fence had no...
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    And yet, we have no idea, for members of this...

    And yet, we have no idea, for members of this forum, what part of the world you reside from your profile
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    I go backwards and forwards on the idea of the...

    I go backwards and forwards on the idea of the mats, so instead I prefer good shoes/boots.

    The comfort is there for each foot all the time, wherever you go, no tripping hazard stepping on and off...
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    Sure and in that mode you could add the long...

    Sure and in that mode you could add the long extension on both the infeed and outfeed giving you a lot of extra support should you need it.

    This is for a A3-31 showing the longer extension table....
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    I've had a Harbor Freight, 25' air hose reel,...

    I've had a Harbor Freight, 25' air hose reel, that is about 20+ years old. It's been mounted to the garage ceiling in about 5 different garages.

    The ratcheting mechanism still works well and it...
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    One thought on your ramp, quite often the hardest...

    One thought on your ramp, quite often the hardest piece is going over the peak, at the top of the ramp, where the ramp meets the upper floor/surface.

    Sometimes when loading motorcycles up a ramp,...
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    On my A3-31, if I don't tighten the clamping...

    On my A3-31, if I don't tighten the clamping handle on the planer table, while planing, I will get snipe.

    Other than that, I make shallow planing passes and use the short extension table on the...
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    I posted a similar thread about 3 weeks ago. I...

    I posted a similar thread about 3 weeks ago.

    I ended up with a Freud 10" x 80T Thin Kerf Ultimate Plywood & Melamine Blade (LU79R010). ...
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    The wife let me buy a new shed a couple of years...

    The wife let me buy a new shed a couple of years ago, but wasn't happy, so I painted this on it. Sherman Williams paint, the white and blue, the shed was pre-painted as delivered.
    ...
  18. I had my 19-38 on the OEM stand and it rolled...

    I had my 19-38 on the OEM stand and it rolled around horribly, had mind of its own as to where it wanted to go.

    I built a simple cabinet, on casters and it moves much easier now, plus it has nice...
  19. Bruce, send them to me, I'll pay shipping. Glad...

    Bruce, send them to me, I'll pay shipping. Glad to take them off your hands.
  20. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l5DFlCRGKo

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l5DFlCRGKo
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    Much appreciated. I know it's not a popular...

    Much appreciated.

    I know it's not a popular thing to admit, but I'm a big Phil Collins and Genesis fan, although I was a fan long before Peter Gabriel left.

    I've struggled to move out of the...
  22. I have the Forrest Thin Kerf 20T 10" rip blade...

    I have the Forrest Thin Kerf 20T 10" rip blade ($105). I use it on my Sawstop 3Hp and love it.

    https://www.forrestblades.com/woodworker-ii-thin-kerf/10-woodworker-ii-saw-blade-20-teeth-thin-kerf/...
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    If you are working on fairly small pieces, you...

    If you are working on fairly small pieces, you can do M&T joints using a Shaper Origin and their workstation.

    The workstation provides for vertical routing, but you are limited to the length of...
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    I have a 3HP Sawstop and use a Forrest Woodworker...

    I have a 3HP Sawstop and use a Forrest Woodworker II thin kerf rip blade. I also bought a thin kerf riving knife from Sawstop directly. It's hard to find it on their website, but they do sell one.
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    If I'm doing very thin strips, I'll usually cut...

    If I'm doing very thin strips, I'll usually cut the strip to the left side of the blade. Once you've dimensioned the piece, you are cutting the strips from, you just move the fence in the kerf...
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