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    I like them both for different reasons but also...

    I like them both for different reasons but also get the feeling that many folks have been led to believe that this or that cutterhead will give you the same finish as a widebelt sander. Us...
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    Jon, I'm going to avoid a "Tell me what to...

    Jon, I'm going to avoid a "Tell me what to buy"-type reply but to answer your questions about why one level of slider cost more than another, here is what you need to know about European...
  3. If you're ripping solid lumber, parallel cutting...

    If you're ripping solid lumber, parallel cutting attachments (whether OEM or aftermarket) aren't going to be that much help, since the lumber is usually narrower than the width of the slider. Where...
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    Dan, we can do Tersa on any big planer. Not a lot...

    Dan, we can do Tersa on any big planer. Not a lot of request for it lately (EVERYONE going spiral) but 100% do-able.

    Erik
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    Derek, no dog in your fight except I'm curious to...

    Derek, no dog in your fight except I'm curious to hear what others say as far as finish, since bamboo is technically a grass, not a wood. I have some laminated bamboo desktop accessories (monitor...
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    I've only ever seen it ripped out completely...

    I've only ever seen it ripped out completely (sawzall) but curious to know if there's an easier solution.

    Erik
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    Awesome. I'm not on the Insta... :o Erik

    Awesome. I'm not on the Insta... :o

    Erik
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    Is that carbon fiber? Erik

    Is that carbon fiber?

    Erik
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    I know a local gentleman who works with plyboo...

    I know a local gentleman who works with plyboo and says it's brutal on tooling. Let us know how it goes.

    Erik
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    To the OP, what you will probably land on for...

    To the OP, what you will probably land on for that budget is a used Safety Speedcut. A cautionary tale for those looking at used vertical PS's: I have a number of shops who have them, all the way...
  11. Mark, email me: e-dot-loza-at-felder (hyphen...

    Mark, email me: e-dot-loza-at-felder (hyphen sign) group-dot-com and I'll connect you with him. Thanks,

    E.
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    Regarding blades breaking at the weld, I think...

    Regarding blades breaking at the weld, I think it's important to make the distinction between the weld being defective and quality of the actual blade stock. ANY blade can be supplied with a bad...
  13. Clarence, the expectation among manufacturers of...

    Clarence, the expectation among manufacturers of stationary shop equipment is that the owner provides any labor needed to make repairs. Spare/replacement parts could be provided under warranty but...
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    Wakahisa, first, what a bummer. I deliver...

    Wakahisa, first, what a bummer. I deliver machinery for a living and also have dumped (albeit rarely) my fair share of machines onto customers driveways. ANY legit LTL delivery service will be...
  15. Joshua, I can't comment on what customers...

    Joshua, I can't comment on what customers perceive as worth or not worth in terms of value but if you're having mechanical issues with your Hammer machine and there's anything I can do to help...
  16. Tom, the correct PN's for the A3-31 mobility kit...

    Tom, the correct PN's for the A3-31 mobility kit are 503-134 (axle kit) and 500-149 (lifting bar). My recollection is that the wheels are exposed. Your pricing sounds correct but I can't discuss...
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    Any good ripper. Probably in the 24-tooth range...

    Any good ripper. Probably in the 24-tooth range if a 12" blade. As Bill mentioned, working around the grain orientation will be the biggest issue. Best of luck.

    Erik
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    IWF 2020 cancelled

    Just got the email from our marketing guy. Official statement from IWF:

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt our lives and enterprises, IWF 2020 and the global woodworking industry it...
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    That's awesome. I remember helping deliver a...

    That's awesome. I remember helping deliver a Minimax combo "Egyptian-style", too. We rolled the whole pallet on metal pipes with a come-along winch. Took forever to get into the customer's garage but...
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    Not an expert on compressors by any means except...

    Not an expert on compressors by any means except to say that Kaesers are great. We run the whole Dallas showroom off one: Multiple CNC's, huge beam saw, several large edgebanders, 43" widebelt, etc....
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    There is a neighborhood shop called “Austin Tri...

    There is a neighborhood shop called “Austin Tri Cyclist”. Bikes, gear, etc. for triathletes. My wife admitted kind if recently that she thought it was a kid’s store that sold tricycles. We had a...
  22. Dirk, it does sound like thermal overload but I...

    Dirk, it does sound like thermal overload but I would look at the blade first. How old is it? If it’s dull, you’ll be pushing too hard and putting a lot of heat into the motor. Your main switch (AEG...
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    Big fan of Fenix here. I own several and love...

    Big fan of Fenix here. I own several and love them all. I also have Zebralight; awesome but definitely a "boutique" flashlight. To the OP, I don't think you will find much that is not made in Asia...
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    We did not qualify, due to income, but had...

    We did not qualify, due to income, but had decided that "if" we got checks, would split the money up among folks like our barbers/wife's hair stylist, cleaning lady, etc., who have really been hit...
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    This has been thrown out there before but if you...

    This has been thrown out there before but if you plan to do any type of sheet goods, then the cabinet saw makes sense. A lot of the folks I deal with (myself included) are the weekend warrior-type...
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