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    I have 3 woodcraft stores, each of them is about...

    I have 3 woodcraft stores, each of them is about 80 miles from me in 3 different directions (2 in PA, 1 in DE). I pass the one in DE occasionally and stop in and typically buy something. If I...
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    MFG oil filters are usually made by another...

    MFG oil filters are usually made by another company. For example, BMW is typically made by MANN, for 1/2 the cost, it is the same filter with a different logo on the box and different part number.
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    There are a lot - and UPS Freight, while I read...

    There are a lot - and UPS Freight, while I read some reviews they were not 'great' but people tend to post a review as a VENT so you need to realize that there are most likely 1000's of happy...
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    I would need to disagree with how you are...

    I would need to disagree with how you are grouping you list.

    You need break up the mfg list by there offerings. For example, an Italian made Laguna goes to group 1. Grizzly and Rikon have...
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    it depends on your needs and your budget. It is...

    it depends on your needs and your budget. It is hard to help without the primary questions answered. If you are in the 4k range your options are wide open. In the 1 to 2K price range, Laguna is...
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    isn't the $6 for 1 year to become a paid...

    isn't the $6 for 1 year to become a paid contributor worth the free hardware :)
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    The Laguna actually requires a 30A 110v circuit -...

    The Laguna actually requires a 30A 110v circuit - using 10G wire. If you need to install a circuit for the Jet/King anyway, going to the Laguna would be worth it. When it comes to cyclone DC, I...
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    forgot to mention - are you set on this model. ...

    forgot to mention - are you set on this model. For the price, the Laguna CFlux 1 is priced similar and you get more machine. The overall footprint is about 2 inches bigger.
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    Brett, It is always ideal to keep the...

    Brett,

    It is always ideal to keep the duct/hose as large as possible if the dust collector can keep the air flow volume high enough so the dust doesn't settle in the duct/hose.

    On Jet's web...
  10. Dan - Welcome to woodworking :) What Scott...

    Dan -

    Welcome to woodworking :) What Scott said is very true regarding wood from a lumber dealer vs big box stores. Your boards from what I can tell are fresh from the sawmill, bandsaw blade...
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    I have used this one from Rockler. ...

    I have used this one from Rockler.

    https://www.rockler.com/surface-mounted-keyhole-bed-rail-brackets

    If you want something extra strong use mortise and tenons to connect the bed rails to the...
  12. I have build a lot of furniture panels and it's...

    I have build a lot of furniture panels and it's similar to the way you put together a door with rail/styles/panel. I stop my glue spread about 1/4 to 3/8 of an inch on the tenon and keep it very...
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    It is hard to judge value. If you find a...

    It is hard to judge value. If you find a collector, you will get more however CL tends to be a place where people want something for nothing. I have no clue what they are worth, but you might do...
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    Bird Houses, toy cars, air plane toy, coat hanger...

    Bird Houses, toy cars, air plane toy, coat hanger (board with pegs), box for crayons. Also tons of projects out there with popsicle sticks from baskets to toys.
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    I have never experienced this issue with hide...

    I have never experienced this issue with hide glue but I don't keep it around long because of shelf-life issues. With all the work put into building something, having fresh glue is worth it. Glue is...
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    My change bucket is a 5 gallon water jug from a...

    My change bucket is a 5 gallon water jug from a water cooler. Now that the debit card is used more often, as most of you have stated, I also don't get much change anymore. The most I ever had in...
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    I am going the Roubo route :)

    I am going the Roubo route :)
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    Yup - sorry it was serious, I really never...

    Yup - sorry it was serious, I really never researched workbench history. Anyway, I did get a copy of Chris Schwarz's Workbench Design Book last night.
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    Derek, I don't really hand plane much now, if...

    Derek,

    I don't really hand plane much now, if I do, it's just to shave off some wood for a joint. I am starting to get more interested in hand tools, but with the time I get to spend in my shop,...
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    Patrick, while I really didn't set a budget on...

    Patrick, while I really didn't set a budget on the overall project but I don't want to go crazy with cost, which is why I am not planning to use rock maple for the legs and stretchers. For a vise,...
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    Good point - I have clamping issues now with...

    Good point - I have clamping issues now with using a stupid folding table :) What is a 'Nicholson'?
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    I like the suggestion of 2x6 syp for the legs and...

    I like the suggestion of 2x6 syp for the legs and leave gaps on the glue up for the stretchers. The 4x4's I was looking at are douglas fir so they might not actually have as much weight as SYP. ...
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    workbench and vises

    I am in the planning stages of building a new workbench. I have been using heavy folding table that is 72x24 inches and just really not cutting it for me anymore as it's too low and really 6 inches...
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    It is Hickory, it's dense and heavy wood. I am...

    It is Hickory, it's dense and heavy wood. I am building some furniture out of hickory now because I love the look of it. It is heavy, machines like stone, not wood, and easily, depending on the...
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    Morgan helped me out on my 14BX 220v also on a...

    Morgan helped me out on my 14BX 220v also on a 'scratch sale' but it showed up flawless. I also have the same jointer and couldn't be happier (unless I had an 8" jointer).
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