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  1. I hit +1 as a quick reply saying I agree, and the...

    I hit +1 as a quick reply saying I agree, and the postit gods told me it was too short to post.
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    I have had a Makita MAC 700 hotdog 12.4 amp 2HP...

    I have had a Makita MAC 700 hotdog 12.4 amp 2HP 2-1/2 gal. Oiled single hot dog air compressor for some 12 years. It will run a framing nailer, at my speed, which is not fast no more.
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    Have you emailed or called the publisher? ...

    Have you emailed or called the publisher? info@mortiseandtenonmag.com
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    All of the above. 417926

    All of the above. 417926
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    I guess I should add that the cabinet doors on...

    I guess I should add that the cabinet doors on the entertainment center/breakfront are raised panel - rail and style. Milwaukee 5616 with Freud 99 780. One more thing I learned the hardway is do not...
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    I suppose if you just put the date on it like...

    I suppose if you just put the date on it like grocery vendors, stores would end up with unsold product, but it would certainly be helpful to your ultimate purchasers. Anyway, I have used the Titebond...
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    I live 300 yards from the ocean (less in high...

    I live 300 yards from the ocean (less in high tide). I have used all of the above products. The most effective thing I did to prevent rust was purchase a dehumidifier which runs continuously. I use...
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    The Lee Nielsen adjustable mouth block plane is...

    The Lee Nielsen adjustable mouth block plane is my go-to for small work. But I use the Lee Nielsen rabbet block plane for things like rabbets and tenons.
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    I have a number of pushblocks made from wood, but...

    I have a number of pushblocks made from wood, but for small pieces through the table saw, this is my go-to. Expensive, but very helpful. https://www.microjig.com/products/grr-ripper
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    John: Look at the Milwaukee Router Model 5616. I...

    John: Look at the Milwaukee Router Model 5616. I believe it meets your specifications. I have had one for 14 years, generally dedicated to the router table, and used it for everything from an...
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    Here is a photo of where mine is located. ...

    Here is a photo of where mine is located.

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  12. I am 79 with a very bad back, but I just finished...

    I am 79 with a very bad back, but I just finished handplaning a 2' x 4' table top flat and smooth -- slowly with lots of breaks. Same with most everying thing else -- slowly with lots of breaks. I...
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    Not me. I guess I am the exception to the rule....

    Not me. I guess I am the exception to the rule. After using Whiteside, I became a dedicated Freud user. I also have a collection of their table saw blades.
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    Thank you. It looks very workable. Any reason...

    Thank you. It looks very workable. Any reason that I should not try to copy?
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    I had a Delta 36-650 10" Professional Table Saw...

    I had a Delta 36-650 10" Professional Table Saw Type 2 which is no longer made, to which I added 2 cast iron wings and other improvements. It sufficed well. I now have a Sawstop and wouldn't go back...
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    I have made a bunch. Much simpler than the plans...

    I have made a bunch. Much simpler than the plans I have seen, but people love them and children play with them for several years. Dowels for engine, tank cars, axels, smoke stacks etc, wheels,...
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    As a hobbyist I try to buy good used standing...

    As a hobbyist I try to buy good used standing equipment. I purchased a 8" Powermatic Jointer and a15" Powermatic planer from a listing on Craig's list 10 years ago and they both are still working as...
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    I have an Oneida Dust Deputy which I have used...

    I have an Oneida Dust Deputy which I have used with a DeWalt 735 planer abd Delta table saw and still use with the planer, a router table, portable tools and sweeping the shop. Keeps the vacuum's...
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    We used plywood beadboard as the back. 414182

    We used plywood beadboard as the back. 414182
  20. Thread: Jointer

    by Bill Lyman
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    I purchased a used good condition 8" Powermatic...

    I purchased a used good condition 8" Powermatic jointer 10 years ago for about 1/2 the cost of a new one. It does everything a new one at the time (did not have the helix heads at the time) would do,...
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    I recently opened 2 cans of Waterlox (gloss and...

    I recently opened 2 cans of Waterlox (gloss and satin) that I last used in 2015 and stored with Bloxygen. Both showed no signs of aging. No resins in the bottom, no film on top. Like new.
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    Which Bench Grinder?

    I am trying to upgrade my plane and chisel sharpening from the scary sharp system which takes hours to return to the base bevel of plane blades even with a 250 stone. Do you recomend a dry grinder...
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