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    Tom, one possible thing that may have...

    Tom,

    one possible thing that may have happened when you did the first glue-up, was that there wasn't as much clamping pressure in the middle as there was throughout the rest of the panel. But,...
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    I would strongly recommend against getting a...

    I would strongly recommend against getting a duplicator - for two reasons:
    first, the finish will require considerable sanding because they're scraping and not cutting
    second, because it will...
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    I just jumped into this thread and thought I'd...

    I just jumped into this thread and thought I'd throw in my two-bits for whatever it's worth.

    First of all, I'm glad that Andrew was able to get things working better, and congrats to all of you...
  4. I somewhat follow Mike's advice, with the...

    I somewhat follow Mike's advice, with the followint differences:

    Place some cardboard on your rotating finishing table and turn the piece upside down onto the cardboard. Finish the underside of...
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    I'd add an equal amount of denatured alcohol,...

    I'd add an equal amount of denatured alcohol, give it a good stirring, then pour it onto cardboard to dry before disposal. The fresh alcohol should help encourage drying.
  6. Patrick, Yes; I have both the MPX-30 and...

    Patrick,

    Yes; I have both the MPX-30 and LX-20 models.

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    MPX-30 (left photo) LX-20 (right photo)


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    Specs of my compressor
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    I've used EM6000 that was over 3 years old and...

    I've used EM6000 that was over 3 years old and never had an issue, but like Jim, I strained it as there was a bit of "goop" floating around the tin. I should also mention that I had some of their...
  8. After watching this video, I made the following...

    After watching this video, I made the following comment, "John, you're promoting many well-documented unsafe tablesaw and fixed belt sander operating practices."

    What a terrific...
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    I love how you're working around that router...

    I love how you're working around that router mistake. Things like that often end out more interesting than had they not happened.
  10. Hey, Kirk, The guy (his name is Jeff) who...

    Hey, Kirk,

    The guy (his name is Jeff) who owns Wood Essence is terrific to work with and because he's located near Saskatoon, SK, shipping should be quite reasonable. I have been purchasing my...
  11. I'm watching this with interest; good going!

    I'm watching this with interest; good going!
  12. Yeah, it's a mortising chisel as everyone thus...

    Yeah, it's a mortising chisel as everyone thus far has stated. However, it can still be used in turning.

    I state this because we all tend to believe we need very specific tools for each task......
  13. Ask others who use waterborne finishes if they'll...

    Ask others who use waterborne finishes if they'll give you a few of their empty plastic pails, and use them.
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    Hey, Edwin, The issue of selecting a 5-stage...

    Hey, Edwin,

    The issue of selecting a 5-stage turbine over a 4-stage turbine is a question best answered by looking at what one is wanting to spray.

    Fuji's 4-stage turbine developes enough...
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    Mark, Where's your Youtube channel? I...

    Mark,

    Where's your Youtube channel? I couldn't find it...
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    Hey, John, I'd be interested in how you can...

    Hey, John,

    I'd be interested in how you can heat the wood without heating the epoxy as well. I can't see how it can be done, unless you're talking about heating the wood prior to pouring in the...
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    I applied EM2000 directly to one of my walnut...

    I applied EM2000 directly to one of my walnut pieces (photo enclosed), but had better results with another piece (sorry, no photos) with walnut when I applied BLO and allowed it to fully cure (7...
  18. Before replacing my venerable Ridgid shopvac, I...

    Before replacing my venerable Ridgid shopvac, I did quite a bit of comparison shopping, and in the end plunked down my hard-earned dollars (about $475 US at the current exchange rate) for a Fein...
  19. I'm wanting to provide sound-dampening to my...

    I'm wanting to provide sound-dampening to my cyclone system, but am wanting to keep from enclosing the impellor motor because of how hot the Baldor 3hp, 220 volt motor gets. My idea is therefore to...
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    Super job, indeed, Ben! Anyone who has even...

    Super job, indeed, Ben! Anyone who has even looked after ducting in an already existing cyclone has a bit of an appreciation for what you've accomplished here. Outstanding.

    It'd be interesting...
  21. Beautiful workmanship, John. I loved how you did...

    Beautiful workmanship, John. I loved how you did the finish.
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    Why, it has the "pipe organ" look to it, Derek! ...

    Why, it has the "pipe organ" look to it, Derek! How stylish of you!!
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    Hey, Bill, To me, I equate the term "Dust...

    Hey, Bill,

    To me, I equate the term "Dust Collection" to mean "Dust and Chip Management" in my shop.

    As Rod and others have stated here, you have to look at this from a systemic...
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    Saving 2 otherwise lovely bowls

    I wanted to use 2 pieces of wood I'd had drying out in the shop for a while, to make balated Christmas gifts for my sisters. (Thank you for not pointing out the fact I'm nearly 3 months behind...
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    Peter, Glad to hear that you're considering...

    Peter,

    Glad to hear that you're considering Fuji's new MPX-30 gun. You may wish to see what I had to say about mine, in post #7 of this thread. It's a terrific performer!

    If you have any...
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