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    Sneaky little bugger :) 472167 In the...

    Sneaky little bugger :)

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    In the permanent spot I will probably follow your suggestion and sink a section of pipe into one of the wall 2x6's at each end. Vertical lumber is one of those...
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    At the risk of sounding like I'm ringing the...

    At the risk of sounding like I'm ringing the "back in my day" bell I will agree with this in so many areas. There are too many reports of repeated failures on the part of delivery folks. You don't...
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    In the immortal words of Butch Cassidy "Well,...

    In the immortal words of Butch Cassidy "Well, that oughta do it . . . "


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    It is only temporary by location. It is in the...

    It is only temporary by location. It is in the space reserved for my spray booth https://www.woodtalkonline.com/uploads/emoticons/default_ohmy.png. If things work out a panel-shorts bin that takes...
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    Temporary Vertical Lumber Storage

    I have had to accept that I need to empty one of the storage areas sooner than I need to spray finish so some lumber is going in that space ...
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    Please take a lot of pics along the way. Thee...

    Please take a lot of pics along the way. Thee builds can be inspiring and super helpful even for those already in a finished shop. I imagine for most of us retrofitting our existing structure is...
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    Hi Kris. When I first got the G0440 back 2008 I...

    Hi Kris. When I first got the G0440 back 2008 I got the muffler with it. I ran the unit with and without the muffler. Without an instrument to check, the perceived difference was pretty minimal....
  8. I agree with Mike. I have no school age children...

    I agree with Mike. I have no school age children but I want education in my community so I pay taxes for that. Same for paying for the the grid whether you use a lot or a little. This can be the...
  9. My router table is probably the second or third...

    My router table is probably the second or third most important (and used) power tool in the shop. Joinery and edge treatments are the main focus for me in that order.

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    I have run a couple of 12ga for 15 years or more....

    I have run a couple of 12ga for 15 years or more. Believe it or not they are Harbor Freight and still work fine. They were on sale for $39 when I bought them. Expecting them to eventually fail I...
  11. I may not be visualizing this right but, the...

    I may not be visualizing this right but, the motor probably turns about 3450 RPM. This means the pulley makes a rotation nearly 60 times per second. The point being that the difference in speed...
  12. I am OK with the straight edge when we're looking...

    I am OK with the straight edge when we're looking at a tenth of an inch deviation. With a machine at this price point comes superior customer service and my first call (not email) would be to MM...
  13. Very nice. Thanks for sharing with us.

    Very nice. Thanks for sharing with us.
  14. Snooks Saw service Salem, OR 800-272-2570 ...

    Snooks Saw service
    Salem, OR
    800-272-2570


    Great people and great service.
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    Beautiful execution of what for many could have...

    Beautiful execution of what for many could have just been a utility object. I always enjoy your work and the way you elevate things to a higher level. Thanks for sharing the upgrade.
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    This is what I commonly do for alignment in...

    This is what I commonly do for alignment in preparation for a secondary operation.
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    When I ran a bagger I upgraded to an American...

    When I ran a bagger I upgraded to an American Fabric Filter bag. Their site has a sizing tool and you will be amazed at how undersized most commercial filter bags are. A properly sized bag will do...
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    I know. Funny, right? With all the livestock...

    I know. Funny, right? With all the livestock around I wasn't really surprised to get flies. I was surprised at how many of them prefer the shop to the great outdoors :D. Only a problem after I...
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    I realized if I took the time to build out the...

    I realized if I took the time to build out the shorts rack behind the plywood corral I would never get anything except shop fixtures done for the foreseeable future. I threw down a scrap of ply and...
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    Thanks all. The same idea could work vertically...

    Thanks all. The same idea could work vertically if that was a better foot print for you. The real win for me on the swinging feature is that I don't have to have a dedicated open area to remove...
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    Thanks guys. I'm trying to get my chops back up...

    Thanks guys. I'm trying to get my chops back up to snuff before I start larger items for the home.
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    I make these by the batch. ...

    I make these by the batch.

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    Plywood Corral

    I have been percolating on something like this ever since I saw one in an American Woodworker mag back in 2004. I've never had space for one. When I started thinking about my next shop I planned...
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    I am sorry I did not read the whole thread and...

    I am sorry I did not read the whole thread and this may be covered. The tools I let go when I relocated for "Silly-Cone Valley" were replaced by tools a little farther up the tier ladder but lower...
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    1999 was a banner year in I.T. Some genius got...

    1999 was a banner year in I.T. Some genius got the story (which is true in many cases) rolling. Neckties around conference tables understood little of "that computer stuff" and made blanket...
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