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    Great choice, Howard. I went with the 79 over...

    Great choice, Howard. I went with the 79 over the 48 for basically the same reason (and after Jim Becker assured me it would work just fine in my shop). You will absolutely love this saw.
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    Howard, The working area of my shop is about...

    Howard,

    The working area of my shop is about 16x24. Nearly all of the "big" tools are mobile, however I never move my K3, my floor-standing drill press, or my workbench. Due to space constraints...
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    Derek's method is here:...

    Derek's method is here: https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?277868-The-start-of-a-build
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    I follow you on IG, David, so I've already seen...

    I follow you on IG, David, so I've already seen your Fritz and Franz over there. But the bigger pictures here on the Creek really show it in all its glory (and precision). Very nice work!

    My...
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    That is very nice. Well done sir.

    That is very nice. Well done sir.
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    Well for starters you need an Instagram account. ...

    Well for starters you need an Instagram account. From there you can bring up his account, bedrosianwoodworks. And then on that page will be on option to send him a message.
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    I follow Ramon Valdez on YouTube and Instagram,...

    I follow Ramon Valdez on YouTube and Instagram, and now I can't remember which F&F jig he was using. It might have been the one from David Bedrosian (who I also follow on Instagram). David's F&F...
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    I believe it is the RUWI system. I'm also not...

    I believe it is the RUWI system. I'm also not going to spend $900 on a Fritz and Franz jig.
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    Festool does produce the TKS 80 EBS, which seems...

    Festool does produce the TKS 80 EBS, which seems to be a jobsite-style saw with SawStop tech built into it: https://www.festool.com/products/semi-stationary-work/table-saw/575781---tks-80-ebs

    It...
  10. I definitely don't think it's an option, but I...

    I definitely don't think it's an option, but I wonder if you could get one to install on a K3 or B3. I would think the biggest issue would be the mounting locations for the base, since I think the...
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    Ha ha! Hey, sorry, man!

    Ha ha! Hey, sorry, man!
  12. Did you order "The Shark Guard"...

    Did you order "The Shark Guard" (https://www.thesharkguard.com/), or the Harvey Shark S-12 guard? I'm guessing it's the former, since with the Harvey you shouldn't need any Unistrut unless you're...
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    That's a debunked urban legend......

    That's a debunked urban legend... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Chevy_II_/_Nova#Urban_legend
  14. That's an interesting point. I haven't seen any...

    That's an interesting point. I haven't seen any specs on the size of the hood itself, and whether that would completely cover a 12" blade on my Hammer K3 with riving knife installed. I rarely use...
  15. I've been eyeing that Harvey overhead guard for...

    I've been eyeing that Harvey overhead guard for quite some time. The only reviews I've seen of it are on YouTube, specifically "Hooked On Wood" and "GT Woodshop", with the latter even installing his...
  16. I've had my A3-31 for over 5 years now and have...

    I've had my A3-31 for over 5 years now and have similar observations.

    I rarely see the boards slipping to the side when planing, but I certainly get snipe. I believe it's caused by the rollers,...
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    It says "DUART" on the stand. DuArt is/was a...

    It says "DUART" on the stand. DuArt is/was a film and recording studio, so possibly something related to that realm. Without seeing the top it's really hard to tell.
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    Oooh, that looks nice. Good job!

    Oooh, that looks nice. Good job!
  19. I'm going to start by saying you probably...

    I'm going to start by saying you probably shouldn't be running anything pre-Windows 10 anymore, unless those machines with older OSes are needed to communicate with some specific hardware. And if...
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    The thermostats that were in the house when we...

    The thermostats that were in the house when we moved in back in 2007 were battery operated. When I went to install the new ones a few years back I had to check to see if the HVAC units had a power...
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    That's true with pretty much all Internet of...

    That's true with pretty much all Internet of Things devices. Even devices from Amazon and Google could become completely obsolete and unsupported by the parent company. The hope is that if any of...
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    I'm on the opposite end of the spectrum,...

    I'm on the opposite end of the spectrum, apparently.

    I first had a programmable thermostat back in probably 2004. That one would "learn" how quickly your house heated or cooled, and adjust the...
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    Looks good! How's the dust pickup performance on...

    Looks good! How's the dust pickup performance on that guard, and how much line is there between that and the DC? I'm assuming that's a 4" line there.

    I have HVAC ducts above my saw, so I have to...
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    Voice recognition has been a feature of Alexa...

    Voice recognition has been a feature of Alexa devices for at least a year. I think ours recently asked me if I wanted to turn it on, but I said no. It's possible Cynthia turned it on in your house...
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    They look great, Jim. Nice work.

    They look great, Jim. Nice work.
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