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  1. Before you buy.. since you have a new table saw...

    Before you buy.. since you have a new table saw already... lookup "table saw edge jointing" and watch a couple of videos. I think you may decide to save the $500 and try these methods for a few...
  2. +1 I first had a benchtop delta... very...

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    I first had a benchtop delta... very difficult to work boards over a couple feet. I made it work, but it was not very enjoyable in my opinion.

    Then I had a 6" Ridgid that was maybe 4...
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    Nice, thanks Ron! The consultancy I work for is...

    Nice, thanks Ron! The consultancy I work for is located by Love Park (16th/Arch) so as covid lifts, I'll be in the city more often and will definitely look to check those out and connect with you...
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    We have a professional cornhole court setup at...

    We have a professional cornhole court setup at our place (yeah, I play a lot of beanbag toss! ha ha) and I built a mini-shed to house a normal ol' Roku TV. It's been out for a couple years now all...
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    lol, I damn near cut the red wire I think!!! :-)...

    lol, I damn near cut the red wire I think!!! :-)

    I find necessity allows me to learn more easily. As the story above notes, my recent project had a few steps that were painfully ugly in terms of...
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    I agree - I've always been of the mindset that...

    I agree - I've always been of the mindset that learning woodworking while also creating something useful or beautiful is a satisfying way to learn. Not that I haven't done a lot of practice...
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    Thanks again guys!! Lots of great info ...

    Thanks again guys!! Lots of great info



    Mark - agree with everything you wrote.. just a note, that I do a lot of woodworking already and am deep into the hobby for a bunch of years already......
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    :-) There are multiple tools in my shop that...

    :-) There are multiple tools in my shop that mock me from time to time, so my skin is getting pretty thick.

    I had attended Jeffry Lohr's woodworking course years ago when I first started this...
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    Awesome, thanks guys!! I'll get busy watching...

    Awesome, thanks guys!! I'll get busy watching and trying! :-)
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    good youtube video series?

    Hi!
    This is my first post in this section of the forum, and I'm sure in the archives this answer is lurking.. but if you can give me a head start I would greatly appreciate it.

    I have been, and...
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    Ugh, I'm embarrassed to share my cobbled together...

    Ugh, I'm embarrassed to share my cobbled together prototype, but I shall do so for the greater good. :-)

    Basically, I took 6" PVC to within a few feet of the bandsaw, and through a shop-made...
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    ESPECIALLY when it costs $0!! In this case, I...

    ESPECIALLY when it costs $0!! In this case, I just had to think differently, but the move didn't cost a thing. That's nice ROI!!!
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    Well, I got this step of the process done...

    Well, I got this step of the process done yesterday.

    First, I took some grief from some SMC folks for my guesstimated selling price for my old drill press (but it sold for damn near that price in...
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    +1 on Jim’s comments. My HVAC professional...

    +1 on Jim’s comments. My HVAC professional explained that the technology has improved over the years but that the original “won’t work in the north” stigma remains
  15. I'd be interested in any info on your assembly...

    I'd be interested in any info on your assembly table... what you're mentioning is what I'm planning and I'd like to skip landmines if possible :)
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    Thanks guys! Old drill press seems to be...

    Thanks guys!

    Old drill press seems to be moving easily at that price, and I'll pickup something that better suits my needs

    Edit.. SOLD last night at $250, so I guess I wasn't too far off with...
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    Wow, yeah that's nice, and also probably overkill...

    Wow, yeah that's nice, and also probably overkill for my specific usage. :-)


    Last night and this morning, I have read a bunch about many DP's and have started to zoom in more on the Rikon...
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    Thanks guys! I posted it for sale locally and...

    Thanks guys! I posted it for sale locally and will monitor progress.

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    Now, onto the next part... For my uses (jig making, general home use, selected tasks for furniture making, and maybe a...
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    What number do you think would be fair? (and......

    What number do you think would be fair? (and... do you think I should sell, buy something new... if new, what?)
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    should I sell my drill press?

    I have a Walker Turner drill press (serial number 1 9 44) in nice condition that I got for a good deal years ago when intending to buy a band saw (but bought this as well), and am wondering if I...
  21. I was literally just watching that episode of TWW...

    I was literally just watching that episode of TWW this morning, and am really considering copying some aspects of the build to further enhance my own setup.

    Your looks like it turned out great,...
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    Indeed that was among the inspiration vids (along...

    Indeed that was among the inspiration vids (along with countless others). Here’s a link

    My only qualm was that I didn’t really want moving parts on these sleds nor did I want to have to order or...
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    And here's pics of sled #2 (aka dado sled). ...

    And here's pics of sled #2 (aka dado sled).

    In these pics, I was still aligning the fence, so it's shown with a normal blade. Also, I had not yet installed blade-exit block at this point, but...
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    I screened 8 ft wide x 4.5 ft tall openings on...

    I screened 8 ft wide x 4.5 ft tall openings on our old porch, and my folks had a builder do very similar on their current (and very high end) porch... went great in both cases.

    After I installed...
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    I'd also be interested. I was so excited...

    I'd also be interested. I was so excited initially when I purchased a Shark Guard... it is a very nice and effective option, but since it attaches where the riving knife would normally be, I find...
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