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    Makita must be pretty good, that's the one China...

    Makita must be pretty good, that's the one China picked to knock off ;). Grizzly and MLCS among others sell the knockoffs.
  2. A kitchen and bath fabricator may have small...

    A kitchen and bath fabricator may have small solid surface (not necessarily Corian) cutoffs but 1/4" is not all that common. Acrylic or Polycarbonate is much easier to find. I use 3/8" because I...
  3. Hello Michael I went thru this with a...

    Hello Michael

    I went thru this with a different brand saw. Adjusting the 'tilt' of the lower blade is what was required. In your case, the manual for your saw is available if you don't have it. It...
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    I think my trim router is most used now. I needed...

    I think my trim router is most used now. I needed some 1/4" X 3/4" dados in plywood. Loaded up a 1/2" straight bit with 1/4" shank, set the depth and went to town. Plenty of power and light enough to...
  5. I've thought about a baby feeder for a router...

    I've thought about a baby feeder for a router table. Baby feeders weigh around 30 lbs. which might work on a stout cabinet style router table. The larger power feeders are I'm pretty sure too heavy....
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    I have a centrally located switch - small shop -...

    I have a centrally located switch - small shop - but if i had a larger shop Roger's solution would be my choice. I'm not a fan of wireless anything - electrical or data - when there's a practical...
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    For those that saw green or pitch laden wood,...

    For those that saw green or pitch laden wood, would it be better to look into block style blade guides? Not much there to gum up.
    Here is an early version on my Rikon 10-325. Currently I have guides...
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    People that don't have sick family members or...

    People that don't have sick family members or close friends still taking the 12 weeks off. In my book that's abuse. Having legitimate family health issues is not.
  9. If you can't come up with a replacement part, I...

    If you can't come up with a replacement part, I wonder if you could use a device like Bill posted above and wire around the speed control. That's what I did with a Porter Cable router whose speed...
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    Excellent idea but it seems to have been abused.

    Excellent idea but it seems to have been abused.
  11. Something that no one so far has mentioned --...

    Something that no one so far has mentioned -- start with small/scrap pieces. Try your finishing schedule(s) on the piece of scrap first. If nothing else you can run the scrap thru the planer rather...
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    I believe it was someone here who said postal...

    I believe it was someone here who said postal workers are allowed up to 12 weeks off 'to care for sick family members'. Lots and lots of sick family members (even if they didn't have any family...
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    I've had both the vinyl type and hard fold up...

    I've had both the vinyl type and hard fold up type. I actually preferred the hard panel fold-up type but eventually the rubber seals between the panels would fail and leak. The manufacturer didn't...
  14. The benefit of the Dust Deputy or similar is that...

    The benefit of the Dust Deputy or similar is that the capacity of the vac is pretty much irrelevant. The vast majority of material vacuumed up ends in the Dust Deputy's container, not the vac.
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    :D Probably not.

    :D Probably not.
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    Some professional athletes use hyperbaric...

    Some professional athletes use hyperbaric chambers to supposedly speed healing. Terrell Owens in 2004 was an example. Does it work? I have no idea.
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    You may be correct, I've never looked into it....

    You may be correct, I've never looked into it.
    Edit: here's what Roo Glue says:


    Roo ClearŪ

    Roo Clear is the ideal product to bond a variety of materials and substrates. Clear-drying Roo...
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    I have a 14" Rikon 10-325 steel frame saw. I...

    I have a 14" Rikon 10-325 steel frame saw. I recently bought a 1/2" 3 T.P.I. Trimaster. The only source I've found is Toolcenter.com.. This blade is .025" thick rather than the usual .032" or more so...
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    I'd be skeptical about that. Unless the people...

    I'd be skeptical about that. Unless the people involved consented to be part of a trial and knew the deal, I'd think some personal injury law firm will be buying new houses/boats/airplanes.
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    I had the 2 dose shingles vaccine no unpleasant...

    I had the 2 dose shingles vaccine no unpleasant side effect. Just had 1 of 2 Pfizer Covid, about 3 minutes after getting the injection I experienced some dizziness, it lasted about 90 minutes. I also...
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    Nope. Titebond makes a melamine glue and Roo Glue...

    Nope. Titebond makes a melamine glue and Roo Glue bonds melamine. Those are the ones I know of, there may be others. My router table is a piece of melamine counter top, it works fine. The counter top...
  22. The picture may be deceiving. I don't recall it...

    The picture may be deceiving. I don't recall it being any larger than a Porter Cable 690. As mentioned above if you take to woodworking you'll probably end up with at least two routers. One for...
  23. $100 is what I recall as well. The only thing...

    $100 is what I recall as well. The only thing I've used my RAS (DeWalt 7749 not a 7740 unfortunately) is making deep dados with a dado head. Miter saws have pretty much replaced the RAS for most. A...
  24. I kinda remember that Forrest WWII (and the high...

    I kinda remember that Forrest WWII (and the high end Freud) have a side grind on the teeth that not every sharpener can duplicate. That side grind is responsible for the polished cut.
  25. I had a router like the Ebay listing, that model...

    I had a router like the Ebay listing, that model has 2 issues. One is that the cooling fan on the motor shaft tends to shed blades which causes lots of vibration. The second issue is that it doesn't...
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