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    OMG, that video has left me feeling my skills and...

    OMG, that video has left me feeling my skills and shop are rudimentary at best. ;)
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    That is a nice setup. Is the support frame...

    That is a nice setup. Is the support frame commercially available or did you make it? Thanks
  3. I agree with Tom. Also, you might spray the...

    I agree with Tom. Also, you might spray the remnants with a fine water mist to help dissipate the charge. Of course, then you have to dry the surfaces of the machines. But it looks like they will...
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    Very nice and elegant. I agree with the comment...

    Very nice and elegant. I agree with the comment above that the legs could be tapered more. Thanks for sharing
  5. Have they been painted on both sides in which...

    Have they been painted on both sides in which case the work is even more than we see? Congratulations to you and your sister and thanks for sharing.
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    We have it installed in our kitchen. It is very...

    We have it installed in our kitchen. It is very attractive , IMHO, although the installers left a few minor problems. A wide variety of finishes are available but I do not know the details. Our Bruce...
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    I have learned that splats are panel backs in...

    I have learned that splats are panel backs in chairs. I am able to find examples when I search websites using the term. They are generally attached to the crest rail and a lower rail or seat with...
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    My wife, 2 sisters and I toured the Gamble House...

    My wife, 2 sisters and I toured the Gamble House in early March. It was wonderful with many surprises, especially in the details. A couple of rooms had Stickley furniture. The docent was very well...
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    Simple is elegant. I really liked working with...

    Simple is elegant. I really liked working with ash. Thanks for sharing.
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    The convection setting did get the water a little...

    The convection setting did get the water a little warmer but also roasted the wood. It split along the grain when I clamped it in the form. The wood did not seem at all moist when I took it from the...
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    This experiment has failed and I am at a complete...

    This experiment has failed and I am at a complete loss to understand why:confused:. I preheated the oven and poured boiling water into a cake pan and then placed the board on the rack above. Since...
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    I have one of those, Bill, that I bought from Lee...

    I have one of those, Bill, that I bought from Lee Valley a couple of years ago for about $50 IIRC. I have to disconnect the battery section after each use or they will fully discharge. Hope yours...
  13. I made a stand from 2x6 construction lumber that...

    I made a stand from 2x6 construction lumber that had a lower "shelf" high enough to clear my hydraulic car sack. HF has them for $80 (minus 20% with coupon). Once in the basement, I can easily move...
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    The web site example does is not designated as...

    The web site example does is not designated as the SE. Looks like they are different models and maybe materials.
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    Oven for steaming?

    I would like to bend a 3/8" thick air-dried cherry board across its width to use as a chair back splat. The bend would only be about 1/2" over a 9" width. Could I steam the board in the kitchen oven...
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    Can you glue an inch or two the snug end and let...

    Can you glue an inch or two the snug end and let the remainder of the joint move?
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    Cool chair and amazingly clean shop.

    Cool chair and amazingly clean shop.
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    The finish really makes them even more handsome....

    The finish really makes them even more handsome. Well done!
  19. Nice lines and concept. Bet it looks even better...

    Nice lines and concept. Bet it looks even better when finished.
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    I also suggest being a bit patient and finding a...

    I also suggest being a bit patient and finding a good used saw. I just sold my PM 66 which was replaced with a Sawstop PCS. There seems to be a ready supply of used 66's and uni's in Cincinnati at...
  21. I am assembling my new-to-me Sawstop PCS that...

    I am assembling my new-to-me Sawstop PCS that came with the overarm dust collector. Have not tried it out yet but, as Edwin says, the dust collection is supposed to be very good.

    A general rule...
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    Just sold mine with the same motor and...

    Just sold mine with the same motor and manufacturing date as yours. I considered it a lifetime saw but got a great deal on a nearly new SawStop (which is still being assembled). My 66 deal included a...
  23. Amazing! Too nice to let the toddlers get their...

    Amazing! Too nice to let the toddlers get their hands on it. Do you have a display of your pieces? Would be nice to see your collection.
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    Are the results good when using rough cut, air...

    Are the results good when using rough cut, air dried lumber that may not be completely flat? I am not talking about a big bow or twist in the board but maybe some slight cupping. Thanks
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    Do the mesh abrasives work with ETS125?

    Do the mesh abrasives work with ETS125?
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