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    Thanks Lowell. The veneer and trim will be...

    Thanks Lowell. The veneer and trim will be Sapele. That was a decision already made by the customer. Sorry I didn't point that out earlier.

    John
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    THanks Eric. Is Tricoya available in the US? ...

    THanks Eric. Is Tricoya available in the US?

    Jim, the specs. bear out what you and others have said about the weight of Extira MDF. MDO, BB ply or Apply ply may end up being more practical...
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    Thanks Mel and Edwin. I forgot about that...

    Thanks Mel and Edwin. I forgot about that thread; good info in there. That guy with the name like mine is my evil twin.

    John
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    Sheet goods for Exterior Door

    I'm going to build an exterior house door that will be a flat slab door veneered on both sides. What type of sheet good would be suitable for the core of the door? Seems like I've heard of an...
  5. I would start with dish soap in warm water. When...

    I would start with dish soap in warm water. When that's dry wipe it with mineral spirits on a clean rag to remove stuff the dish soap didn't get.

    John
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    Is your wood still wet inside? If so, you need a...

    Is your wood still wet inside? If so, you need a blade designed for that purpose, like the Lennox Woodmaster GT which has enough set to clear out the wet sawdust. Also, a 3 tpi blade would not be a...
  7. That's the same one I built, only mine is larger....

    That's the same one I built, only mine is larger. Note that he never addresses how to establish zero tension, and that's key in getting accurate results.

    Also, his comment about manufacturers...
  8. I followed the design I saw on a YouTube video;...

    I followed the design I saw on a YouTube video; sorry, can't remember for sure which it was. But it's so simple these photos should be sufficient. Here are the parts:
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  9. For less than $25 you can build a blade tension...

    For less than $25 you can build a blade tension meter in an hour that is repeatable and as accurate as commercial units. Using one will:

    1. let you know how much tension your saw is capable of...
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    Of course there's a chance, but I've never had it...

    Of course there's a chance, but I've never had it happen yet. Unless the wood is QS the expansion/contractions will be perpendicular to the pin and have no tendency to expose the head of the pin. ...
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    Maybe you just got a bad blade, David. Lots of...

    Maybe you just got a bad blade, David. Lots of folks run 0.035" gage TriMaster (and Woodmaster CT) blades on a MM16 w/o issue. And I completely agree with your recommendation to have two BS's. ...
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    The Laguna LT14SUV is a fine choice. The Grizzly...

    The Laguna LT14SUV is a fine choice. The Grizzly G0513X2BF would be a good choice, too, and allow you to run carbide blades w/o issues. With the 14" wheels on the Laguna you would likely be limited...
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    My success trying to set pin nails deeper has not...

    My success trying to set pin nails deeper has not been good; I've found it very hard to get a nail set to engage the tiny head of the pin nail w/o slipping off. I end up making a big hole, or two or...
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    Your AC unit must not be sized appropriately or...

    Your AC unit must not be sized appropriately or not functioning properly. One of the primary benefits of AC is that it dehumidiies the air. Mine drops the RH into the 40% range in summer, same as...
  15. Anything less than perfect with a new machine is...

    Anything less than perfect with a new machine is always a disappointment (and why I buy used in most cases), and the refusal by the supplier to replace the fence and all the damaged cutters would...
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    Wood moves in response to a change in RH. If the...

    Wood moves in response to a change in RH. If the RH doesn't change much it won't move much. Hoadley's book "Understanding Wood" shows how to calculate how much.

    John
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    That amount of seasonal expansion/contraction...

    That amount of seasonal expansion/contraction only applies to unconditioned houses. Most folks now have some sort of AC in the summer, and that likely cuts the value in half. That said, I...
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    I would take the drawer front off, stand it on...

    I would take the drawer front off, stand it on edge so air can circulate around both sides, and just wait a couple of weeks for the MC to equilibrate. It may end up flat again of its own accord. If...
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    I think undermount slides put the aesthetc...

    I think undermount slides put the aesthetc arguments against their use in high end furniture to rest. For kitchen, bath, shop, and nearly every other application using metal slides is an easy...
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    Why is it we woodworkers love to tell everyone...

    Why is it we woodworkers love to tell everyone what we did wrong or poorly rather than let others draw their own conclusion? Take a bow. It looks good.

    John
  21. Same as Tom; nothing but great service and no...

    Same as Tom; nothing but great service and no problems from Bandsawbladesdirect. Hard to say where those teeth got damaged along the way, but I'd call BSBD and discuss what's going on with your...
  22. Most manufacturers are a little optomistic in how...

    Most manufacturers are a little optomistic in how wide a blade their saws can tension well enough to cut well, particularly in their offerings targetted at hobbiests. The only way to know for sure...
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    The first cut quality photo confirms to me the...

    The first cut quality photo confirms to me the blade is bad. I really like Starrett blades, so don't give up on them, just get another. No one welds them perfectly every time. The second cut...
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    If you dig a little via the search function you...

    If you dig a little via the search function you will find a review of the Felder that showed, with data, that it cannot easily put 25 K psi on a 1" blade. While it's still a fine saw, it's not in...
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    There was no confusion. Thanks. John

    There was no confusion. Thanks.

    John
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