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  1. I do what Mike does. Seems like I say that a...

    I do what Mike does. Seems like I say that a lot. That young fella must just be quicker than I am in responding :D
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    No trick to avoid the build up other than to...

    No trick to avoid the build up other than to change material. I stumbled across a video (found it) of a method of removing that resin that gets really welded into the abrasive; poly-carbonate. I...
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    Home appraisal is very subjective. I had to pay...

    Home appraisal is very subjective. I had to pay for a second appraisal on one home when the first appraiser (quite obviously) was having some sort of a bad day. She came in $80k under the...
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    As we can see from the variance in responses,...

    As we can see from the variance in responses, some folks prepared for and reacted to the supply chain wrinkle better than others. It is nothing new in business to wrap yourself in a comfortable...
  5. The price of something like an excavator is so...

    The price of something like an excavator is so much more than the price of the machine. I would have to spend more than the cost of the machine for an extended period of time before I would buy. ...
  6. Uh, that includes the router motor. Price of the...

    Uh, that includes the router motor. Price of the lift alone is MSRP $399. That's up about $100 from the PRL-v1 15 years ago. When they announced the PRL-v1 was to be discontinued I bought another...
  7. Not a thorough troubleshooting path for sure but,...

    Not a thorough troubleshooting path for sure but, make sure you are going to the site directly and not using a shortcut. Although many sites will take you to the password page when an actual already...
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    If the problem does NOT involve the band...

    If the problem does NOT involve the band slipping, belts slipping or motor issues (motor issues should be audible) then we focus on the band geometry. If the kerf and teeth get loaded with spoil and...
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    For splines and plugs I would just use real...

    For splines and plugs I would just use real ebony. It is expensive but, smaller pieces are generally available at suppliers. You can Google 'ebonizing wood' for a lot of ideas. None really look...
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    Yes, amazingly enough magazines do not stay in...

    Yes, amazingly enough magazines do not stay in lock step with my progress in the craft . . . . the nerve :D. As Jim points out, there are always new readers and new woodworkers (thank goodness) who...
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    Not sure how slow molasses runs in Bucks County...

    Not sure how slow molasses runs in Bucks County but, 6 weeks with the city permits became 9 months out here . . . and its warm !?! Congrats on the new shop build and . . . start NOW!!!
  12. You gave no requirements so your responses will...

    You gave no requirements so your responses will be all over the board. Two saw horses and a hollow core door at one end. Dimensional lumber on the other. Both versions can be fully or partially...
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    Love my G0490X. It is indeed a different machine...

    Love my G0490X. It is indeed a different machine with the insert head.
  14. Same reason we angle our vise chops, they...

    Same reason we angle our vise chops, they parallel under load.
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    I also only have a slab with the pre-fab...

    I also only have a slab with the pre-fab (Tuff-Shed) coming mid next month. My DC will live in a lean-to that I will add-on after the bulk of the building is in place. I scaled this for a 5HP unit...
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    I understand the urge to go with 80 teeth. My...

    I understand the urge to go with 80 teeth. My go-to plywood blade is from Carbide Processors and is a 55 tooth plywood blade ground to a .125" kerf. SMC members used to get a discount and still...
  17. Try this: Unisaw Belt Tension...

    Try this:

    Unisaw Belt Tension site:sawmillcreek.org
  18. I align the miter slot to the blade before I put...

    I align the miter slot to the blade before I put the wings and fence on . . . so much easier if a lot of adjustment is required. Probably a non-issue on a new machine. Hopefully it will be pretty...
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    In addition to Andrew's sage advice . . . Your...

    In addition to Andrew's sage advice . . . Your floor quality will drive your caster decision. A typical suburban garage floor finish; arcs of hand float marks and pretty smooth, is what I am used...
  20. This describes my use.

    This describes my use.
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    I very rarely beat the "contribute" drum but, $6...

    I very rarely beat the "contribute" drum but, $6 for a year of seeing photos seems pretty reasonable. So often a picture is worth a dozen posts when it comes to explaining or demonstrating.
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    This thread...

    This thread may help. Besides Grandpa's a950 Emerson I had a 1970's "113." contractor. I added a decent fence, PALs, machined pulleys and a link belt. I also wrapped a 90# bag of Redi-crete in...
  23. Sounds like you have it resolved. Kudos.

    Sounds like you have it resolved. Kudos.
  24. I do not see them anymore either. Too bad as I...

    I do not see them anymore either. Too bad as I have pretty much walked away from wider blades as the cost more but cut no better on my saws.
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    The model 113.29410 shows up as a radial arm saw....

    The model 113.29410 shows up as a radial arm saw. Is this correct?
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