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  1. 3-5 seconds would be way too quick. I'd go at...

    3-5 seconds would be way too quick. I'd go at least 15-20.
  2. If you want to see creative furniture done with a...

    If you want to see creative furniture done with a lot of CNC parts. http://pearcepearce.com/available-to-order
  3. The cons of open shelving; Dust is a major issue....

    The cons of open shelving; Dust is a major issue. It collects on everything on an open shelf. If there is no diagonal bracing, it won't come close to withstanding an earthquake. It probably won't...
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    You are the first person I've heard of doing...

    You are the first person I've heard of doing that. Have you damaged a chuck that way in the past?
  5. Reducing labor costs is the fastest way to make...

    Reducing labor costs is the fastest way to make money in a business. Moving pieces from the track saw station to the table saw takes time and possible damage sliding pieces around. Then there is a...
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    Since I grind all my bevels, going to the stones...

    Since I grind all my bevels, going to the stones is really just a few strokes to improve the cutting surface. For a touch up, I only make about 3 strokes and bevel is restored. So wear on a water...
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    Did you ever call your utility company? They...

    Did you ever call your utility company? They could certify the lines up to your house and probably verify the connection at the house and might just include viability of the major ground rod and...
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    55 volts is a lot. Sending that to a ground rod...

    55 volts is a lot. Sending that to a ground rod should trip the breaker shouldn't it? Is that 55 volts AC or DC?
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    It sure doesn't take much time to release the...

    It sure doesn't take much time to release the grip of the chuck with the wrench, like maybe 3 seconds? I also try to hit a certain diameter so the next bowl is within 1/8" from the last bowl for that...
  10. It says on it's website that the stop is made...

    It says on it's website that the stop is made specifically for Felder. But can't directly help you.
  11. I'd find a pallet and bolt the planer down to it...

    I'd find a pallet and bolt the planer down to it first. Then add the straps
  12. I have to disagree. Been grinding to the edge for...

    I have to disagree. Been grinding to the edge for about 40 years. What you don't do is ignore dressing a grinding wheel to expose fresh abrasive, and you don't put more than the weight of the steel...
  13. You can drill a 1/2" hole with the tiniest...

    You can drill a 1/2" hole with the tiniest battery Dewalt sells. But how many you want to drill is the decision.
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    Straight grain hickory with brass bushings for...

    Straight grain hickory with brass bushings for the bolts would be the way I would go, BUT as others say, you are putting yourself at risk.
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    As far as I am concerned, a miter box has no...

    As far as I am concerned, a miter box has no place in making furniture. Not since I had a Hitachi 8 1/2" blade with a Forrest blade on it. That was in the 90s. Most of the saws today are more for...
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    An entire video on how to rest a plane? That's...

    An entire video on how to rest a plane? That's just ridiculous. That's a plain issue of just mailing in a video to keep subscribers on YouTube watching.
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    Call your power company and they may help...

    Call your power company and they may help troubleshoot. Could be a new problem at the line. But I sure would be looking for a new electrician if I was you. Keep your computer unplugged if you don't...
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    Please do not look to Scott Phillips for turning...

    Please do not look to Scott Phillips for turning advice. He's nice guy, but his turning methods leave a lot to be desired. When his show is sponsored by Easy Wood Tools, he has to do some turning....
  19. The major strength of the core is not in the...

    The major strength of the core is not in the direction of the grid wood, it's in all the glue area on the grid and the two skins are reinforcing each other.
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    New woodworkers have a lot more to learn than how...

    New woodworkers have a lot more to learn than how they rest their planes. I don't see it as a real issue. Respect for tools can come in many forms and a little caution is a good thing in my book.
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    Do you mean even when you have loosened the nut?...

    Do you mean even when you have loosened the nut? What router is it? I never bring anything steel around a router bit. You can easily chip the carbide and then you have a bigger problem than just a...
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    Hope of retiring? I've been retired 8 years now...

    Hope of retiring? I've been retired 8 years now and even have that unheard of thing called a traditional pension. I'm very grateful!
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    It is bleak Richard, and it has an affect on...

    It is bleak Richard, and it has an affect on everyone. I've seen quite a few stories on young athletes committing suicide. It's really horrible to see that in anyone, but for young people it is a...
  24. Sure it is. Anything with skins and a grid core...

    Sure it is. Anything with skins and a grid core is a torsion box.
  25. A vacuum bag does not guarantee a flat panel, you...

    A vacuum bag does not guarantee a flat panel, you need a flat platen to make it flat. When I made a 4'x12' conference table, I made a 15" high grid on the shop floor to bridge across any...
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