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    What brand of fences do you have on the Omga Dave?

    What brand of fences do you have on the Omga Dave?
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    Outside radius rebates are easy. Use one wheel of...

    Outside radius rebates are easy. Use one wheel of the feeder centered about 20mm on the infeed side of the cutter. Pictures show using the fence fingers same as you would the Bowmould.

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    I bet the video Johnny posted is the Trustile...

    I bet the video Johnny posted is the Trustile plant in Denver. Very successful company but for sure a throw away product. They get strength by gluing in the MDF panel. We put a Soukup CNC tenoner in...
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    Seems like if the OP already has the Freeborn set...

    Seems like if the OP already has the Freeborn set he would be better off to put money towards a Domino, slot mortiser or horizontal drill.
    No doubt true tenon doors is a better construction but not...
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    Jared, Neil does a amazing job on grinding! A cut...

    Jared, Neil does a amazing job on grinding! A cut above the rest for sure.
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    Mike, yes, always spec hook angle when ordering...

    Mike, yes, always spec hook angle when ordering custom corrugated. For the dual pocket heads 20 degree is for softwood and 12 for hardwoods. I have a 15 degree Zuani head that I prefer to the dual...
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    Nick, that green Rockwell - SCM shaper brings...

    Nick, that green Rockwell - SCM shaper brings back some memories! That one looks to be in excellent shape considering itís age. Probably mid 70s. Rockwell brought them in about then. SCM had a dealer...
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    All the euro beech I’ve used is also abrasive...

    All the euro beech I’ve used is also abrasive planed but have not run enough to see if it’s as bad.
    what are your thoughts on the planer sanders JR? when Albert was asking I was thinking you might...
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    In the case of these sanders the planer head is...

    In the case of these sanders the planer head is first so that would not be a issue. Myself I have never experienced problems with wide belt or other sanding grit affecting tooling. Abrasive planing...
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    Here is a Instagram link to Creative Woodwork in...

    Here is a Instagram link to Creative Woodwork in Portland that has a Costa planer- sander.they are a state of the art millwork shop. This particular feed talks about changing the inserts on it. If...
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    We used the S500 at woodworking shows for Soukup...

    We used the S500 at woodworking shows for Soukup window machines. Very capable dust collector. Picked up the tenoner very well running large disks. That’s always a tell. I think the 500 would handle...
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    Albert, no personal experience with one of these...

    Albert, no personal experience with one of these but I looked at them 18 years ago when upgrading from a single head wbs. My take was if doing a lot of laminated products like table tops, butcher...
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    I made a 2 piece wood throat plate for both my...

    I made a 2 piece wood throat plate for both my Hema and Aggazani saws. With extra inserts to keep it fresh and for different blades.

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    Kolle are solid machines, I had one of their slot...

    Kolle are solid machines, I had one of their slot mortiser drills. Similar build to Panhans. Reibling company brought them in to the US after they lost the Martin dealership. They sold them for 2 or...
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    It’s a interesting material with a lot of...

    It’s a interesting material with a lot of possibilities. I’ve made a couple doors with it, as mentioned it’s pine and most of the stock we see in the US has dark stains sometimes that makes it not...
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    That is interesting if it is Poplar. All the...

    That is interesting if it is Poplar. All the Accoya I have used or seen Is Radiata Pine. I know they do Thermaly modified wood in Poplar.
    The one big disadvantage of Accoya is you have to be careful...
  17. Keegan, the Tersa patent expired a few years back...

    Keegan, the Tersa patent expired a few years back and many clones available now. Leitz, Kanafusa and a few more. Options for coated HSS from some also. Iím happy with my Tersa and use mostly carbide...
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    474107Ha, that is the small workmate! I built my...

    474107Ha, that is the small workmate! I built my bench with a sliding jack board to get doors of different widths to a comfortable work height.
    That’s a Dutch door set up. Must have just grabbed...
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    I’ve built custom interior and exterior doors...

    I’ve built custom interior and exterior doors since the 70s. Up till the late 80s we just built doors without pre hanging, just supplying the doors and jambs loose not routed. It was the norm then...
  20. Here is a picture of a Heat Mirror sample in a...

    Here is a picture of a Heat Mirror sample in a 92mm thick tilt turn sash. We were supposed to use this on a job several years ago but Alpen was going through a reorganization at the time and could...
  21. Me neither Kevin. When I have to order Colorado...

    Me neither Kevin. When I have to order Colorado made made IG through the local glass shops I always warn the customers it may not be without faults. I can send back anything I don’t like but after 2...
  22. I remember reading about the vacuum technology a...

    I remember reading about the vacuum technology a few years back. If I remember correctly a couple PHDs came up with the concept. Looks like it is developing and would be a dream come true if it works...
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    Warren, for insert tools with the thin carbide...

    Warren, for insert tools with the thin carbide cutters the difference between MEC and MAN is hardly noticeable since the cutter projection from the body is about the same. It’s mostly in the gullet...
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    Jared, I have a Oertli 80 mm spiral head. It leaves a couple very small lines that sand out easily with a wipe of the orbital. Hard to see in the picture.
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    Mike, there are many ways to do these. Square...

    Mike, there are many ways to do these. Square edge - Shaker- Mission has been the go to here for 25 or more years. Way back we used braised carbide groovers and stacked straight cutters for the stub...
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