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  1. Surely he meant to say “de-humidifier”, not...

    Surely he meant to say “de-humidifier”, not humidifier.
  2. I keep mine set at 50% also

    I keep mine set at 50% also
  3. I would strap it under the bed but on top of the...

    I would strap it under the bed but on top of the base frame in an X pattern from corner to corner if it was open enough to do that (for downward pressure.) Then likely back it up with some opposing...
  4. Iím still having a hard time visualizing exactly...

    Iím still having a hard time visualizing exactly what the original plan is.

    Have you considered stave core construction?
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    Congrats. I have an affinity for Wetzlers and...

    Congrats. I have an affinity for Wetzlers and other old clamps as well. I only have 8-18” lengths of F style bar clamps in terms of the Wetzler brand, but do have a handful of 24-40” Hargrave /...
  6. Well, the reason I want to do surface mounted (no...

    Well, the reason I want to do surface mounted (no wires in the walls) is because Iím planning to use closed cell spray foam in the wall cavity and would rather keep all electrical out of the spray...
  7. Do you have a totally flat reference surface...

    Do you have a totally flat reference surface that’s ~9’ long? If so, I would say you have a good chance of success using cauls and clamps with some care.

    Do you have 10’ long 1/2” mdf? If not, how...
  8. Thanks for all the replies. Itís given me some...

    Thanks for all the replies. Itís given me some food for thought.

    If MC cable still had to be protected from damage like Romex (in a code approved environment) then whatís the point of using it...
  9. Shop electrical wiring - EMT vs MC cable

    I am doing some planning and estimating for a possible 30x45x12 metal building shop, and have been doing some reading about EMT (metal conduit) vs MC cable in a surface mounted workshop setting.
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  10. Just wanted to update this thread with some real...

    Just wanted to update this thread with some real world feedback after Iíve had some real seat time with this cutterhead as a flush cutting setup. It is fantastic.

    Im building 10 chairs currently...
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    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?295322-Dra...

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?295322-Drawer-Slide-Supply-Chain-Shortage

    There are no good answers except changing to a different brand that may or may not be easier to source.

    The...
  12. No way. You need either long integral tenons...

    No way. You need either long integral tenons (strongest), multiple long and large loose tenons (domino XL sized/or make your own loose tenons), or multiple long and large diameter dowels per joint...
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    I know you just asked about panels, but do you...

    I know you just asked about panels, but do you have any exposed end panels on the cabinet boxes that you would need to veneer, etc to match or are you just talking about face frames / doors / drawer...
  14. Thanks Jim for the details. Wasn’t aware that...

    Thanks Jim for the details. Wasn’t aware that Morton was the top end pricing. As I am getting back real numbers (as opposed to my own guesstimates) on the different parts of the build I’m realizing...
  15. Just an mild update of sorts. I have gone down a...

    Just an mild update of sorts. I have gone down a couple different roads of pricing and estimating / pre-con budgeting. Given my small budget of ideally under $60k I have started focusing more on a...
  16. I agree with Rod for initial tooling. You’re...

    I agree with Rod for initial tooling. You’re going to want to go with everything 1 1/4” bore. I’m sure Brent will be along at some point with more specifics, but i think you can use the combi head...
  17. You might consider looking at / talking with...

    You might consider looking at / talking with Accurate Technologies and their Pro Scale DROs. Among the best in the business and they certainly have an option that you could adapt to a sliding saw rip...
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    Thanks for posting that, Kevin. I hadn’t seen...

    Thanks for posting that, Kevin. I hadn’t seen that and am looking forward to digging in with this for the next hour +.

    Billy Strings is an absolute monster player/songwriter that has taken the...
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    Agreed (in less words.) Only Ritter I have...

    Agreed (in less words.)

    Only Ritter I have seen is a 3 spindle/motor monster at a friend’s shop, but never ran one.

    If you’re willing to deal with 3 phase you can get a really robust machine...
  20. The diagonal tolerance is 0.013” out of flat??...

    The diagonal tolerance is 0.013” out of flat?? That’s a pretty poor level of precision if you ask me. I can stick a 40” straight edge diagonally on my 12” Oliver and measure less than 0.002” out of...
  21. Too many variables to give a one size fits all...

    Too many variables to give a one size fits all answer, IMO.

    What was the MC of the wood when it came in prior to milling?

    What is MC now?

    Was it previously stored in a humidity controlled...
  22. I have done it both ways and it kinda depends on...

    I have done it both ways and it kinda depends on what your expectations are and type of finish / application. With spraying HVLP, I think I would almost certainly spray after assembly. Obviously you...
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    Woohoo! Congrats Jim! Is the post frame purchase...

    Woohoo! Congrats Jim! Is the post frame purchase through a dedicated post frame contractor and they are handling it all (sans site work, maybe concrete, utilities, etc) ?

    If so, that’s nice for...
  24. You might consider looking at either Alaskan...

    You might consider looking at either Alaskan Yellow Cedar and/or Port Orford Cedar as a more realistic option; they are both actually Cypresses with misleading names. Really not sure how available...
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    Did you see the used SCM S315WS for sale in the...

    Did you see the used SCM S315WS for sale in the classifieds here that popped up today? In western PA for $6500 and looks like itís never been used. I would explore that before a short stroke /...
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