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  1. Thread: Pay pal

    by Jim Becker
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    I share concern with what you mentioned, Jeff....

    I share concern with what you mentioned, Jeff. Forcing an account for a simple CC/DC processing would not sit will with me. But I did go through all the steps from clicking on "Donate" above and then...
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    Jason, there are plenty of folks who have done...

    Jason, there are plenty of folks who have done what you propose, either with a cord replacement or with an extension. If it's constructed and sized properly, you should have no issues, especially if...
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    Yea, the lumber can make for hard choices...I...

    Yea, the lumber can make for hard choices...I found it painful when I had to cull my own inventory prior to moving this past year. While a good chunk of what I got rid of was a lot of ordinary shorts...
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    Would the cabin build site be able to support a...

    Would the cabin build site be able to support a 240v tool? That may be part of your decision. A portable thickness planer would be easier to manage on a job site with any kind of power challenges....
  5. Thread: Pay pal

    by Jim Becker
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    Well, Jeff, if they have changed their policies,...

    Well, Jeff, if they have changed their policies, I apologize for the incomplete facts. But I just checked the process and the "Guest Checkout" is still functional to just pay with a CC/DC. It does...
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    Tooltechnic owns Festool, Sawstop, Shaper Origin,...

    Tooltechnic owns Festool, Sawstop, Shaper Origin, Tanos and a whole bunch of other companies. Festool does not own Sawstop...they are parallel entities with a common corporate owner. That said, you...
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    Lee, a lot of tech gear has wait times right...

    Lee, a lot of tech gear has wait times right now...
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    I believe that Lee Valley may have some nice...

    I believe that Lee Valley may have some nice options for this.
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    Vinegar is a mild acid and as such can certainly...

    Vinegar is a mild acid and as such can certainly have some minor reaction to the metal that might change the color as you mention. I do not in any way believe it would physically compromise the...
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    Indefinite time period and no recent activity...

    Indefinite time period and no recent activity would make me consider keeping the small stuff...hand tools, small electrics, measuring, etc., and maybe some "really special" pieces of wood and...
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    Interesting and helpful solution for what can be...

    Interesting and helpful solution for what can be a heavy task. 'Just be sure you are very careful about fully sealing that when in use...even a pinhole air leak can cause blow by which will result in...
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    Every time this comes up, the Prusa seems to get...

    Every time this comes up, the Prusa seems to get a healthy recommendation from other SMC'ers.
  13. Thread: Pay pal

    by Jim Becker
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    To clarify, PayPal is just the transaction...

    To clarify, PayPal is just the transaction processor...every business has to use one to take cards, etc. You do not need to be a member of PayPal, particularly for a CC transaction. If you prefer a...
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    Zachary, it sounds like you got a nice deal! You...

    Zachary, it sounds like you got a nice deal! You may want to be proactive and and calculate your actual sq ft need plus a comfortable contingency and see about sourcing any additional material as...
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    For many folks, it's necessarily so, however. In...

    For many folks, it's necessarily so, however. In some cases, a simple cover can protect it, but sometimes the bench itself has to be used for clamping, etc., so...you deal with the aftermath. :)
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    That's true. Right here in Doylestown is a good...

    That's true. Right here in Doylestown is a good example of that...all the 5G base stations (the brown boxes and cylindrical antennas on top of poles) installed by Crown Castle and initially deployed...
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    I agree that there can and should be some...

    I agree that there can and should be some selectivity about what components/assemblies get pre finished for the reason that John mentions. For cabinet boxes, it's almost a no-brainer to me. For...
  18. Michael, to clarify the comment about the scoring...

    Michael, to clarify the comment about the scoring blade moving your hand forward toward the main blade, the scoring blade actually turns in that direction...the opposite of the main blade.
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    One thing that is clear to me from watching many...

    One thing that is clear to me from watching many others do this, along with my own efforts, is that syringes are indispensable for this process, both straight and curved. It's a lot easier to target...
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    When you go to remediate the missing...

    When you go to remediate the missing rebate/groove, score the line with a knife first to reduce the risk of damaging the finish.

    I use normal blue tape for masking off glue surfaces for...
  21. Erik, remember, they have to be Contributors to...

    Erik, remember, they have to be Contributors to see the photos... ;) But it would be great for them to sign up! :D
  22. Wow, that looks nice! I'm going to have to come...

    Wow, that looks nice! I'm going to have to come see that thang sometime...
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    Every time this particular question has come up...

    Every time this particular question has come up here for a long time, to my memory, the embedded tools that come with Windows have gotten generally a good recommendation, at least for recent Windows...
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    In the new shop that hopefully will grace the...

    In the new shop that hopefully will grace the back yard later this year, I'm considering just using a strain-relief drop from above to feed convenient power to the bench. It would be a twist lock...
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    'Glad you're in the shop regular now, Dennis! ...

    'Glad you're in the shop regular now, Dennis!

    I was not in my shop this past week, other than to occasionally grab a tool or some other doo-dad. It's cold out there in the temporary shop! However,...
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