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  1. Yes, I must have missed it... is it also...

    Yes, I must have missed it...

    is it also effected by the type of wood and the angle of the grain?

    seems from that video, it took some time to get to the right chip breaker angle and distance......
  2. Coolest video on hand plane blade cutting wood EVER!!!

    Over the past 6 months or so, there have been some great threads on BU vs BD planes. All to pursue the holy grail of reducing or eliminating tear out on difficult woods or when forced to plane...
  3. Never even considered this to be a potential...

    Never even considered this to be a potential problem..... till its too late...
    Glen, that gizmo is brilliant...
    not sure my stones and swarf is piling up somewhere that will soon cause a clog
    but...
  4. Thx guys got it in single box, 24 lbs... about...

    Thx guys
    got it in single box, 24 lbs...
    about 30 to West Coast, $45 to East
    I will quote more accurate ship with zip
    A few people asked me, what it includes, I should have been more clear...here...
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    Chris, brilliant jig ! I think we all appreciate...

    Chris, brilliant jig ! I think we all appreciate this benefit of a slider, i.e to straighten an edge, when the other side is not straight as well. Your jig allows the same... albeit, u still need...
  6. Jim, this happens a lot. ONe part costs more...

    Jim, this happens a lot. ONe part costs more than the entire product, thats frustrating.
    I too try to get my joints to fit... but not always successful...
    Its amazing how fast freshly cut or...
  7. Dan, dumb things indeed!! I am very cautious ww....

    Dan, dumb things indeed!!
    I am very cautious ww. But its amazing how fast we can make a simple mistake.
    I would love a brake, but dont think there is any aftermarket ones, if so, pls advise.
    Once...
  8. > Simply put, beware of overclamping. As...

    > Simply put, beware of overclamping.

    As metioned in MANY other threads, with those who do serious clamping for boats frames, etc. and as mentioned by all Titebond engineers who test this stuff...
  9. thx Clark for hose link! Great find. I have...

    thx Clark for hose link! Great find.

    I have the CT SYS for several years. I like it a lot. But, it has negs... no wheels, (I dont stack stystainers), small bags, costly bags, vac is costly for...
  10. OK VFD guys... can you explain how the VFD ended...

    OK VFD guys... can you explain how the VFD ended up on the saw? FActory installed? What is the benefit of controlling the blade speed on a TS?
    the brake capability is really neat feature...
    my...
  11. Awesome! thx for sharing this with us!!! I was...

    Awesome! thx for sharing this with us!!!
    I was thinking of it for mild milling of wood, such as a mortice... easy to make large loose tenons.. but was thinking, do most drill presses have quills...
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    I would suggest to moderator to possibly trim or...

    I would suggest to moderator to possibly trim or remove some of these posts. Normal confusion can ruin some wood, confusion here can ruin your fingers.

    Full agreement, a splitter is the single...
  13. Shameful bump ;)

    Shameful bump ;)
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    If a tiny joint opened, and let water in and your...

    If a tiny joint opened, and let water in and your canoe sunk.... well, guess what?
    EVERYONE is in full agreement with you Zachary! In this case, your tiny open joint is more critical then a...
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    My comment (the way I wrote it) did deserve a...

    My comment (the way I wrote it) did deserve a chuckle ;)
    Of course, I agree with you...
    When I wrote that, I had the pictures in my mind, of the West Epoxy newsletters, where they show many boat...
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    I was thinking of the same thing while this...

    I was thinking of the same thing while this thread was developing, specially since West epoxy is so tied to the boating field of ww. I get their newsletter, and see some amazing glue ups. If they...
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    WP made that tool for WCraft, under their...

    WP made that tool for WCraft, under their Pinnacle brand and sold it for years, I had one. If you try to read the primary bevel, it works...but reading the secondary bevel is very iffy. Its hard to...
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    I also use the General Tools digital protractor,...

    I also use the General Tools digital protractor, easier to use, and easier to read the angle vs. tiny lines. and its dirt cheap at $15... I tried all the ones show in the thread, and a few others,...
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    I have owned the Shapton 30K stone for a long...

    I have owned the Shapton 30K stone for a long time, prob. 9 years.

    What I have learned from sharpening is....no blanket answers. too many variables.
    what we need to consider is, how sharp do...
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    I too have a desire for a large FLAT surface....

    I too have a desire for a large FLAT surface.
    for flattening long plane bottoms, wouldn't a long piece of float glass be more ideal? such as 14" x 36" ? not so heavy, maybe 1" thick I would guess....
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    ahhh, the epoxy finish... never tried that...

    ahhh, the epoxy finish... never tried that before, but makes perfect sense. I assume, if done right, the epoxy will prevent changes to the wood moisture level, elminating movement...of course, its...
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    OH wow Andy, that is beautiful too !! Thx for...

    OH wow Andy, that is beautiful too !!
    Thx for added info. So pls explain why with such deep edging, and a stable top, the edging wont move away from the top at some point? We all know wood...
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    love that edge glue up!! I always wanted to try...

    love that edge glue up!!
    I always wanted to try that, but feared the movement of the edge pulling away from the stable top.
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    Mike, after 30+ years in the business world, I am...

    Mike, after 30+ years in the business world, I am wise enough to realize who is putting out test results and the chance of bias. However, just because a partial party shows a test result, doesn't in...
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    the more glue I apply the more squeeze out I get,...

    the more glue I apply the more squeeze out I get, I dont always uniformly apply the exact same amount of glue.
    Speaking to a Titebond engineer at a trade show, he mentioned, its nearly impossible to...
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