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    Furniture wax

    Furniture wax
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    Sounds like youve finally got a a little clarity...

    Sounds like youve finally got a a little clarity on your issues. ;-) Reading is good. Research is good. Expecting others to do the hand holding doesnt work out so well and the vast majority dont...
  3. No disagreement. But the level of precision it...

    No disagreement. But the level of precision it speaks to is that of one person making a part on one side of the planet in fixed setups that must perfectly mate with a part made across town or across...
  4. Thats a good one. I think I could actually get a...

    Thats a good one. I think I could actually get a few parts to wring together if a drop or two of sweat landed between the parts lol.. But that could be blamed on the lignin... hahah
  5. I appreciate your pursuit of accuracy and...

    I appreciate your pursuit of accuracy and machining but I use to argue about .001 which is ridiculous for the "nahm" hobby shop but can play a hand in a CNC shop, but now were treading into even...
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    Those machinist style thread-serts are way...

    Those machinist style thread-serts are way overkill for any wood application and have very shallow threads compared to a wood insert. The main issue is price. You can buy 50-100 comparable inserts...
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    Yes, my point exactly. Even a modest SLR is going...

    Yes, my point exactly. Even a modest SLR is going to take up 36 sq' of space minimum, 3 phase, and may, or may not, produce glue line rips all day long and unless you have the downstream to support...
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    Oh man, sorry to hear about the hand. Thats a...

    Oh man, sorry to hear about the hand. Thats a doozy. Hope your a righty. No info on the sander.
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    A SLR and its space, power, and DC, requirements...

    A SLR and its space, power, and DC, requirements is a long way from someone asking if a contractors saw would do the job lol. Im envisioning pipe clamps, or worse, parallel clamps, in an average...
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    If your really talking about all day and strips...

    If your really talking about all day and strips your best bet is a good heavy cabinet saw equipped with a comatic dc70 feeder and a super ridgid fence. No slider or manual saw will ever compete and...
  11. We just run sticking normally and then blow the...

    We just run sticking normally and then blow the back side off with a rabbeting bit and slot it for vinyl glass retainer. No need for specific bits
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    We suffered with the same issues til we jumped to...

    We suffered with the same issues til we jumped to the DC comatics. They are painful to buy and I wouldnt use one on a dedicated machine (id even pay someone to make a set of gears to get where I...
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    No doubt. Cabs here as well. Dedicated dovetail...

    No doubt. Cabs here as well. Dedicated dovetail machine is the key but the fixed jigs would be more foolproof. The jigs are brutal for time regardless.
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    We have a Leigh in the shop and they are not as...

    We have a Leigh in the shop and they are not as fiddly as people thing and I do like the ability to skew the fingers when needed if you have wide material that may have a little cup or wont pull down...
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    My problem is whenever I walk out of that place I...

    My problem is whenever I walk out of that place I am usually sick for a day or so. I know its the stink/chemical/whatever in the air because I have had the same experience at Tractor Supply and was...
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    My 0.02 from pretty much 30+ years of self...

    My 0.02 from pretty much 30+ years of self employment is that it matters more what the individual is looking for out of their life than it only being about a profitable income. Someone who is sound...
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    I had a short stint with a (now friend) who owned...

    I had a short stint with a (now friend) who owned an industrial supply business and at the time (long ago) was a Metabo rep.. Had the joy of going to a couple of Metabo junkets, training, abrasives...
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    There isnt a machine shop in the world that's...

    There isnt a machine shop in the world that's doing precision profitable work (read 200/hr per man) that would bore a head in 15 minutes for 50 bucks. Forget about balancing. You couldn't walk the...
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    The cost to have a head accurately setup and...

    The cost to have a head accurately setup and precision bored and then rebalance would be a joke. Throw it on Ebay and buy what you need.
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    That was kinda my point. 7k and 10k are a super...

    That was kinda my point. 7k and 10k are a super wide spread for large diameter anything. Most of my larger brazed is rated closer to 7k and some higher dollar large diameter aluminum insert panel...
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    I have some 10k rpm panel raisers . Are you...

    I have some 10k rpm panel raisers . Are you saying that in the context of this thread a 10k rpm panel raiser is normal? If that's the case I'm missing something. A lot of small spindle machines wont...
  22. There is no such thing as a one coat paint that...

    There is no such thing as a one coat paint that will last.
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    9K Rpm? Zoikes. What cutter is that? I need it.

    9K Rpm? Zoikes. What cutter is that? I need it.
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    Go look at commodity home center cabs. They are...

    Go look at commodity home center cabs. They are most always assembled post-finish. The sticking is all complete pre-fin, panels are pre-fin, large radi' at the panel to sticking, There is a dark...
  25. Unfortunately if your in this camp I can only...

    Unfortunately if your in this camp I can only imagine you havent run through a couple hundred gallons of material on a single job. Promar 200 is the dog XXXX of paint. And it is for a reason. Because...
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