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    I've had one for about two years and have used it...

    I've had one for about two years and have used it for several hobby projects. Have used it for mortise and tenons of various sizes and also very handy for making the complex mortises for SOSS-type...
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    Thanks for the advice! We did call three...

    Thanks for the advice! We did call three professional companies who do residential concrete, got three quotes. They were all far more...extravagant...than what we wanted - concrete blasting,...
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    DIY Concrete Grinding?

    My hobby shop is in our garage, which has 60+ year old concrete floors. The smooth top-coat of concrete wore off probably some time during the Carter administration. The surface is extremely rough,...
  4. I have used those knock-down connectors on a...

    I have used those knock-down connectors on a queen size bed made of Hickory. They work great. They really need to be flush-mounted with a high degree of precision otherwise they could be too loose...
  5. I'm a power tool guy, I have a few hand planes...

    I'm a power tool guy, I have a few hand planes but don't use them much. However, if I were in a condo or townhouse situation with shared walls, I would think twice about lunchbox planers. My DeWalt...
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    I have a ClearVue CV1800, which has 5HP motor. I...

    I have a ClearVue CV1800, which has 5HP motor. I up-sized the impeller in mine from the standard 15" to 16". Works amazing. It did not come with plugs already installed. I have a dedicated 30A...
  7. I have been woodworking long enough to have some...

    I have been woodworking long enough to have some experience, but not long enough to not consider myself still a novice. My workshop is my garage, and we still like to have space for one car in...
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    Been down the road your on...as many of us have. ...

    Been down the road your on...as many of us have. I started with a small benchtop saw, just to make a couple small projects and test the waters. I managed to make a several projects with the saw...
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    They are quite expensive. But using knockdown...

    They are quite expensive. But using knockdown connectors has added some additional flexibility to my furniture projects. I am finishing up on a large stand-alone cabinet for our living room. Frame...
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    Lamello Tenso

    Well, I couldn't find many posts on the Lamello Zeta p2 connectors so I thought I'd share my experience. Just a hobby woodworker, fortunate enough to be able to acquire whatever tools I think are...
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    If were thinking Euro-style hinges to avoid...

    If were thinking Euro-style hinges to avoid visible hardware, you could consider Soss hidden hinges. They certainly have sizes that can handle the weight and size of door you are talking about. ...
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    Lamello Zeta P2 and the whole kit of connectors...

    Lamello Zeta P2 and the whole kit of connectors and biscuits.
  13. Ridge Carbide in New Jersey is fairly close to...

    Ridge Carbide in New Jersey is fairly close to you. They sell their own line of blades as well as sharpen any blades or bits. They do a great job. I have also had them make some custom router bits...
  14. Consider watching some of the old episodes of...

    Consider watching some of the old episodes of Norm Abram's show (New Yankee Workshop). In one season he has a series of episodes each one focusing on a different tool...router, table saw, bandsaw,...
  15. Ridge Carbide blades are excellent. I have...

    Ridge Carbide blades are excellent. I have several and they are the best blades I've used, in my experience better than the Forrest WWII, Freud, and others I've tried. For Box Joints the RC Super...
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    Ill chime in, too. Like many I started with a...

    Ill chime in, too. Like many I started with a 6 jointer and it worked great (Grizzly, helical head). I used hand planes, planer jigs in my 13 benchtop planer, and a large-panel router jig for...
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    Hire a professional rigging crew. I had never...

    Hire a professional rigging crew. I had never heard of this before purchasing a very large jointer/planer machine last year. My driveway slopes up from the street with a maximum slope of 25%. I...
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    Unless you have a jointer substantial enough to...

    Unless you have a jointer substantial enough to handle this size stock, track saw and hand planes.... For facing the stock you could a large enough jig to smooth the face using a router sled. I...
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    I am an amateur/hobby woodworker, non-commercial,...

    I am an amateur/hobby woodworker, non-commercial, and my "shop" is in my two-car garage. I have the following: drill press, table saw (SawStop 3HP), router table, spindle sander, 16" jointer-planer...
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    I agree, when I had brake cable issues it did not...

    I agree, when I had brake cable issues it did not work in any position. However, the brake cable moves with the arbor at that end, so it is at least theoretically possible that there could be a...
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    Which error code is it giving you? There are...

    Which error code is it giving you? There are some types of Dado blades that are not recommended for use with the SawStop due to incompatibilities with the brake system - I don't know the details on...
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    I started building furniture as a hobby about 6...

    I started building furniture as a hobby about 6 years ago. I purchased a Grizzly 6" jointer with a helical head once I had a couple projects under my belt and felt like I needed to "up my game". At...
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    The rigging team who delivered mine had no issue...

    The rigging team who delivered mine had no issue with a regular forklift and a regular pallet jack. There were no special modifications made to the crate or pallet.
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    I just had an A3-41 delivered last month - you...

    I just had an A3-41 delivered last month - you can scroll down or search for my thread on that delivery. I agree that sometimes if you add a little "green sweetener" to the deal they will sometimes...
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    Thanks - I am very happy with how it is turning...

    Thanks - I am very happy with how it is turning out. Couple things about those joints. About a year ago, I made a prototype version of this table - a smaller version with the same materials that my...
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