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    I agree with Jamie, the right blade makes the...

    I agree with Jamie, the right blade makes the most of this tool. The fine tooth ATB blade is good for laminates/plywood/thin crosscut but a rip blade is required for rip cutting solid wood.
  2. Thread: New J/P

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    Not bad, that machine is a beast.

    Not bad, that machine is a beast.
  3. Thread: New J/P

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    Sweet! That is one awesome planer. How much...

    Sweet! That is one awesome planer. How much space does it consume?
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    Might be worth contacting CT Saw in Connecticut. ...

    Might be worth contacting CT Saw in Connecticut. I just ordered a blade from them, they're boring it for the unique arbor on my Ulmia tablesaw. I'd imagine they deal with specialty type stuff on...
  5. I have the SP500 also, great saw.

    I have the SP500 also, great saw.
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    Thanks, Jeff! Pat, happy to help. May be...

    Thanks, Jeff!

    Pat, happy to help. May be worth bringing this to his attention directly.
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    Pat, it's on pages 4 and 5.

    Pat, it's on pages 4 and 5.
  8. Thank you, Jim!

    Thank you, Jim!
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    Chris' work is just incredible, leaves me...

    Chris' work is just incredible, leaves me constantly in awe. Chris' work is the style of work I most admire, I certainly prefer it over veneer work on the whole.

    Veneer comes in very handy at...
  10. Not really, because when the blade is bedded it...

    Not really, because when the blade is bedded it will make the area behind the blade slightly proud causing it not to cut properly.
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    Thanks, gents! David, very much appreciate...

    Thanks, gents!

    David, very much appreciate your comment, that means a lot to me.

    Second post in this series should be coming up shortly.
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    John, really cool. Thank you for posting this!

    John, really cool. Thank you for posting this!
  13. McMaster has British pipe thread to npt adapters....

    McMaster has British pipe thread to npt adapters. I chased down this rabbit hole with the Maka rebuild. German and British pipe threads are the same, I assume the remaining metrics are as well. ...
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    Both, but veneer more so. I’m not saying every...

    Both, but veneer more so. I’m not saying every surface needs to be decorated but I have not regretted the ability to veneer panels and work around a panel that doesn’t move for many designs.
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    In addition to presenting on joinery you could...

    In addition to presenting on joinery you could also begin to add veneer work into your pieces. Veneering requires an additional skill set and understanding. Veneer work makes a lot of things...
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    Albrecht does make a milling chuck, but only in...

    Albrecht does make a milling chuck, but only in the tapers generally used on high speed mills. So the technology does exist, but itís not sized for routers.
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    I like Albrecht classic chucks and Jacobs super...

    I like Albrecht classic chucks and Jacobs super chucks and I still don’t even consider them for accurate work or anything with a side load.

    Most Chucks cant grip carbide shanks, with exception to...
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    Exactly. I posted up a thread in General...

    Exactly. I posted up a thread in General woodworking titled ‘metrology for the cabinetmaker’. It takes at least a surface plate, an accurate square that is checked for accuracy (not scribe and...
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    Joe, thanks for sharing your approach. I had a...

    Joe, thanks for sharing your approach. I had a feeling you'd be using height gages as well, it was a game changer for me. I used to hang a double bevel off the tool and set the height that way. It...
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    Thanks, gents. Appreciate the comments. It is...

    Thanks, gents. Appreciate the comments. It is time consuming, it took me a month’s worth of early morning writing and documentation to create the post because I can usually only spare about 15min...
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    I don’t run a cnc, but I have a Maka mortiser...

    I don’t run a cnc, but I have a Maka mortiser which has sensitive air requirements. I bought a used Jan-Air with sound proof case, radiator (cools the air) and dryer. I went through it and replaced...
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    Thanks, Andrew! Dan, maybe never. :D ...

    Thanks, Andrew!

    Dan, maybe never. :D Probably in a few weeks.
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    I’m mistaken it is 95%, but I’ve been able to...

    I’m mistaken it is 95%, but I’ve been able to find stuff that is not denatured with methanol.
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    Thanks, Patrick. I’ve gotten a lot of positive...

    Thanks, Patrick. I’ve gotten a lot of positive respondents here and via email. I am glad that many people find it useful or thought provoking.
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    Anymore I buy 95% pure, I don’t want anything in...

    Anymore I buy 95% pure, I don’t want anything in it other than ethanol and water from the atmosphere (as little as practical in a workshop). It’s easy to find on Amazon.
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