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    I usually have the air cleaner on in my shop...

    I usually have the air cleaner on in my shop while I'm using most any power tool. Makes a noticeable difference in the air and also on the amount of settled dust.
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    +1. I picked up a router crafter from a fellow...

    +1. I picked up a router crafter from a fellow woodworker in February. $50. Seemed like some cheap entertainment. Has the original Craftsman router. Haven't had an opportunity to check if the...
  3. I have a neighbor that had 40 sections of...

    I have a neighbor that had 40 sections of sidewalk leveled last Fall. I had that company do a quickie estimate for my sidewalk. Unfortunately I am not finding that estimate at the moment, but I...
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    Did you restart after copying the file over? I...

    Did you restart after copying the file over? I believe that .ini files are read on start up, either by the OS or the application that needs them.
  6. Woodcraft has a 2 sided tape that I like. A...

    Woodcraft has a 2 sided tape that I like. A little pricey though when I bought the roll a few years ago.
  7. That's pretty weird Derek. I was just looking at...

    That's pretty weird Derek. I was just looking at that very fence on Woodcraft's site this morning because of the dust collection. I'm figuring it's a lot easier to spend $80 than to figure out how...
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    Well,,, at least you don't have to worry about...

    Well,,, at least you don't have to worry about refinishing the top now.. ;)
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    I had / have similar experience on replacing my...

    I had / have similar experience on replacing my tires with the Carter urethane tires. I wish I could provide a solution, but I still have issues.. As you mention, the Carter tires don't fill the...
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    My bench is a near clone of Bob Langs 21st...

    My bench is a near clone of Bob Langs 21st Century workbench in PWW. This bench is a split top with open boxes for storage. These can also be flipped to provide solid top. I normally have some...
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    Unless you are space constrained. I have a small...

    Unless you are space constrained. I have a small shop and the workbench is the only assembly area I have.
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    Great tip Glenn! Much appreciated.

    Great tip Glenn! Much appreciated.
  13. Amazon deliveries getting a bit strange...

    About 4:30 this morning my wife awoke to some banging on the outside of the house. ( I slept through it somehow.) She got up and looked around, found nothing, and decided to go back to bed as she...
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    I don't know if this true or not, but I would...

    I don't know if this true or not, but I would also worry about finding those older brake cartridges. Are they still available from SawStop? Will SS always have those cartridges in stock?
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    Just my opinion, but 2 lbs as a worst case...

    Just my opinion, but 2 lbs as a worst case scenario seems a bit light. A box of screws seems like it could be heavier than that. I would design for heavier loads in the bins.
  16. Well, there it is fully assembled. Went together...

    Well, there it is fully assembled. Went together easily. Unfortunately after assembly I noticed one of the toes noticably higher than the others. Found that I had somehow run 2 nuts onto the...
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    No paper statements on bank accounts anymore. ...

    No paper statements on bank accounts anymore. Just a waste of a couple $ a month. I don't even balance the checkbook anymore. 20 years ago I realized that all discrepancies between my checkbook...
  18. Thanks Patrick. If you do take on the build,...

    Thanks Patrick. If you do take on the build, budget a lot of time.. ;)
  19. Reached milestone on big project

    Today marks a huge milestone in a project I started almost 2 tears ago. (Lots of long breaks over those 2 years.) All the components of my timberframe "inspired" lumber rack are fully complete and...
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    You can glue blocks to your work to provide...

    You can glue blocks to your work to provide something for clamps to grab on to. Then you pare off the blocks with chisels, block plane, etc.
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    Very nice work John! As Prashan noted, very...

    Very nice work John! As Prashan noted, very clever solution for the hinges. I didn't notice until you mentioned it.

    ArmRSeal satin is my favorite finish for cabinets. It's almost fool proof...
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    Question for those of you using online services...

    Question for those of you using online services for backup: If you get nailed with a ransomware attack, and files are encrypted, are your online backups protected from being encrypted? Any local...
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    Excellent work Bruce! The carved relief under...

    Excellent work Bruce! The carved relief under the lip really caught my eye.

    How did you attach the handles?
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    Regardless of what you use for materials, I recommend putting only 1 threaded insert into the new leg. It's clear that 2 inserts left too little material to be strong enough to handle the load. ...
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    John's note compelled me to check into Rockler's...

    John's note compelled me to check into Rockler's green wood sealer. The SDS that is provided shows that it is actually Anchorseal 2 and calls it a wax emulsion.
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