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  1. Hi Al, The slowest speed appears to be around...

    Hi Al,
    The slowest speed appears to be around 10-12 RPM for the Milwaukee drills. I do not believe that my Ryobi drills are brushless.
    David

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    Hi Keith, Thanks for clearing that up! Just out...

    Hi Keith,
    Thanks for clearing that up! Just out of curiosity, what are the requirements (and cost) to becoming a SMC sponsor? I have not been able to find any information at this site, although...
  3. Hi Al, I have Milwaukee and Ryobi 18v drills. I...

    Hi Al,
    I have Milwaukee and Ryobi 18v drills. I also have a digital tachometer. I will test for the slowest speeds and report back.
    David
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    Nice job Lowell! David 412735

    Nice job Lowell!
    David

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    Hi Dan, Yes - the rules changed around the...

    Hi Dan,
    Yes - the rules changed around the beginning of May. I think you can post pictures, you just can't see then unless you become a contributor.
    David
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    Yeah - most of the stuff these days is from China.

    Yeah - most of the stuff these days is from China.
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    Hi Zac, I agree with you 100 percent. But I am...

    Hi Zac,
    I agree with you 100 percent. But I am afraid that most of the moderators have their best interest at heart and don't want to "make waves". As I said, I would be very surprised if any of...
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    Good luck with that Al!! I would be incredibly...

    Good luck with that Al!! I would be incredibly surprised of any of them actually responded to you.
    David
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    Hi Bill, I would guess that it got pulled...

    Hi Bill,
    I would guess that it got pulled because he is not a "Friend of the Creek". So apparently if someone has the "Friend of the Creek" status (cost is $50 per year) then this type of post...
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    Hi Dan, Here is the photo of your power feeder....

    Hi Dan,
    Here is the photo of your power feeder.
    David


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    So would I!

    So would I!
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    I'm still waiting for a response. I had hoped...

    I'm still waiting for a response. I had hoped that maybe one of the moderators would step up and let us know what happened to this thread. A PM will be fine if you don't want to make it public.
    David
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    Shop Built Power Feeder

    I had been following with great interest a SMC thread by Al Ladd showing his shop built small wooden power feeder that he was developing. He had included several links to Youtube videos showing the...
  14. I agree 100 percent!!

    I agree 100 percent!!
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    The Grizzly part number for your replacement...

    The Grizzly part number for your replacement tires is P0457078.
    David
  16. Hi Mike, Maybe you can be the first to try them...

    Hi Mike,
    Maybe you can be the first to try them out and review them for us. At only $12.95 per set - not much a financial risk to get some first hand information.
    David
  17. Hi Mike, You may have already seen this, but...

    Hi Mike,
    You may have already seen this, but I'll post it just in case you haven't.
    David

    https://www.grizzly.com/products/Grizzly-Bear-Grip-A-Frame-3-4-Pipe-Clamp/T30325

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  18. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yGRgv2flfs ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yGRgv2flfs

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    Hi Bill, There are basically 2 types of flux...

    Hi Bill,
    There are basically 2 types of flux core wire. One is for use with CO2 or C25 (argon/co2 mix), and the other is for use with no gas. Most "hobby guys" will use the flux core wire that does...
  20. Hi Roger, I wasn't preaching - that's just the...

    Hi Roger,
    I wasn't preaching - that's just the first Goggle search that I found. I would personally have no problem using it if Home Depot sells it and I needed it for an outdoor project.
    David
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    Hi Eric, It's probably best to start an new...

    Hi Eric,
    It's probably best to start an new thread with your questions, although I'll bet some of the "eagle eyed" members will still respond.
    David
  22. Hi Mark, Of course - you are exactly right. My...

    Hi Mark,
    Of course - you are exactly right. My mistake. I don't know what I was thinking - I guess I need to wear my "thinking cap" more often.
    Thanks for you post.
    David
  23. Here is a nice video from Rockler on this...

    Here is a nice video from Rockler on this subject.
    David

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvjZKFSXkNA

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  24. Nice Andrew! I like it. I think your method can...

    Nice Andrew! I like it. I think your method can get you to within 0.005" or less - plenty close for most work, or to use the "5-cut method" to fine tune it.
    David
  25. I wasn't sure what "Ipe" was - I had to "google"...

    I wasn't sure what "Ipe" was - I had to "google" it to find out.
    David

    https://www.terramai.com/blog/ipe-environmental-sourcing-issues/


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