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    I've been hearing a lot about this Feul lineup. ...

    I've been hearing a lot about this Feul lineup. I'm this close to making the switch from Dewalt.
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    True, I did run into problems with the bit...

    True, I did run into problems with the bit running out. So I ditched, the chuck and went with a 3/8 collet. Looks like none of those auger bits are going to be an option, but the brad point muscled...
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    Replace that dinky dust collection fitting with a...

    Replace that dinky dust collection fitting with a 4" round to rectangle fitting (6" would be better). You could probably find something close in the HVAC aisle at your local borg. It's all about...
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    Likely the wood would rot away before any modern...

    Likely the wood would rot away before any modern waterproof glue would let a well fitted tenon loose from the long grain bond.
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    Nice chair. I'd like to see the seat to leg...

    Nice chair. I'd like to see the seat to leg attachment. Maybe post some detail pics in Projects forum?
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    I posted this thread a while back about some...

    I posted this thread a while back about some doors I built using the larger Domino machine. They're actually made with a through tenon. I cut the mortises by lining up cuts from both sides of the...
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    Your approach isn't going to create the permanent...

    Your approach isn't going to create the permanent bend that you want. You may manage to cause a useful bow, but you'll just have a bowed board that will want to return top it'd natural state.
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    Because you haven't filed for the patent and...

    Because you haven't filed for the patent and started production. Sounds like a great Kickstarter.
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    I'm pretty fussy about drilling and use a lot...

    I'm pretty fussy about drilling and use a lot jigs and drilling guides. These types of guides are great when you need a precision hole (every hole should be precise) in the center of a gymnasium...
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    Cyclones become a bargain real quick when you...

    Cyclones become a bargain real quick when you start using your vac for all the rest your toys. A power plane will fill a bag in minutes.
  11. I've used water spray to turn my wood bandsaw...

    I've used water spray to turn my wood bandsaw into a metal cutting bandsaw. Just wipe it down and blow it dry afterwards.
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    Have you tried walking into the store and asking...

    Have you tried walking into the store and asking for it?
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    Definitely, going to try one of these.

    Definitely, going to try one of these.
  14. I think of the rustic aesthetic as an attempt to...

    I think of the rustic aesthetic as an attempt to let the natural condition of the materials or object to play a role in the design. That could mean not culling out knots or imperfections. It could...
  15. I had an old Martin that didn't tilt. As such, it...

    I had an old Martin that didn't tilt. As such, it had a substantial shroud built around the lower half of the blade for dust collection. With a good dust collector, it caught close to 100% of the...
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    What is this lube?

    What is this lube?
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    It might help if you clarified, "pretty much...

    It might help if you clarified, "pretty much worthless".
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    There are very few ways to get a perfectly...

    There are very few ways to get a perfectly straight cut 13 feet long. Judging by your weight estimation, these are rather wide boards, which will not be clamped into compliance. The only option is...
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    I think we need to differentiate between a...

    I think we need to differentiate between a circular saw on a metal frame and a proper panel saw. The ones I've worked with will break down a sheet into rectangular parts faster than anything but ...
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    Lubrication for wood drilling?

    So this needs to happen a couple of hundred times. 3/4" bradpoint into endgrain 6" deep. Obviously, friction is my enemy. What options do I have for lubrication/cooling that won't screw with my...
  21. That's pretty much my approach to everything....

    That's pretty much my approach to everything. Look for a simple, effective, error proof way to get the job done. Not to mention your approach is reversible, replaceable, and makes future alterations...
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    Few more black epoxy fills.

    Few more black epoxy fills.
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    That's what a dab of adhesive or a couple of...

    That's what a dab of adhesive or a couple of micropins arw for.
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    Butt the mating boards together and run a skilsaw...

    Butt the mating boards together and run a skilsaw or router up the seam.
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    We always use black epoxy. It actually seems to...

    We always use black epoxy. It actually seems to look more natural than trying to color match. Sawdust mixtures seem to stand out like cheap putty. Black looks like void, which the brain expects to...
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