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    Give them a call. I did and it saved me several...

    Give them a call. I did and it saved me several hundred dollars over what they charge if ordered online.

    As an example, since I wanted the sliding table I asked them to delete $319 from the cost...
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    Some other convenience modifications Brackets...

    Some other convenience modifications

    Brackets to mount the included miter gauge and a place to hang the dust shroud for the overarm collector...
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    I probably should have used the term "carriage"...

    I probably should have used the term "carriage" in place of "base" when describing the part that attaches to the sliding table and slider fence. Anyway, here's some images that will hopefully...
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    I haven't noticed any play at all in the sliding...

    I haven't noticed any play at all in the sliding table. It's pretty rock solid.

    As for installing and removing the slider fence, once it's locked to the miter base, it's been square every time...
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    I am a woman who owns a track saw. Convinced...

    I am a woman who owns a track saw.

    Convinced now? ;)
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    Allowable ampacity increases for a given size...

    Allowable ampacity increases for a given size conductor when running through free air, like hanging it on a pole, as opposed to installing it in conduit. #3, which is the go to conductor for 100 amp...
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    You are right, John. It's called voltage drop -...

    You are right, John. It's called voltage drop - the longer the wire run from the panel, the more resistance the wire creates. Excessive resistance can cause dangerous heat build up. In the trade...
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    Some thoughts... One leg on the 240v circuit...

    Some thoughts...

    One leg on the 240v circuit heated up and then went dead? Amperage is usually the culprit when wire insulation melts because most insulation is rated at 600v. If you had a...
  9. I see a lot of space left in your shop, Albert! ...

    I see a lot of space left in your shop, Albert! I'd show you my sardine can but I can't get in there to take a picture. :rolleyes:
  10. A track saw can be used with or without the...

    A track saw can be used with or without the track. And it's ability to plunge makes it much safer for starting cuts internally. But most track saws have a ~6" blade whereas circular saw blades are...
  11. Something to consider, Derek - While routing some...

    Something to consider, Derek - While routing some stringy wood, I found the guard on the Gyro Air was getting clogged. The guard is there to protect the impeller, which is before the cyclone. My...
  12. I have had a couple occasions where I needed to...

    I have had a couple occasions where I needed to contact Harvey about some issues. Both times the response was immediate and they quickly shipped out new parts. But I have found it's best to contact...
  13. I've seen swivel/rocker bases that were pretty...

    I've seen swivel/rocker bases that were pretty cheap but the ones that looked better built were in the $100-$140 range. If I do decide to take this on, the bases would have to stand up to salt air...
  14. I had read something like what Steve E. said but...

    I had read something like what Steve E. said but haven't been able to find anything else to support that. I compared table saws, based on pictures, and there are a number of cabinet saws that look...
  15. This is a quote from Woodworker's Journal...

    This is a quote from Woodworker's Journal:

    Currently, Harvey Industries does business with 105 countries, both as a metal-working and woodworking tool supplier. In 85 of them, the company sells...
  16. Hmmm... 77 looks and no replies. I guess I'd...

    Hmmm... 77 looks and no replies. I guess I'd better think this one out well.
  17. Has Anyone Made a Swivel/Rocker Outdoor Dining Chair?

    After seeing the prices for outdoor swivel/rocker chairs, I've decided to look into making them myself. My plan would be to purchase the swivel/rocker base and build chair frames from Ipe.

    Has...
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    The angle should be 70 on the low end, 150 on the...

    The angle should be 70 on the low end, 150 on the high end. What you should be most conscience about is the depth of the sliding dovetails. Too deep and the joint could seize up before fully...
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    While I don't move as fast as I used to... One...

    While I don't move as fast as I used to...

    One thing that bothered me about the cabinet saw was the dust collection was pretty poor. Even with the new Gyro dust processor. An awful amount of...
  20. After making it, did you use the pattern template...

    After making it, did you use the pattern template on both boards?
  21. I have both the 150/3 & 150/5 and use them in...

    I have both the 150/3 & 150/5 and use them in tandem. The 150/5 handles grits from 120 on down. Any grits over 120 gets the 150/3. It's worked well over the years.
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    I had been using a boom box for as far back as I...

    I had been using a boom box for as far back as I can remember. But making CDs and changing them out was getting old so I bought a Walkman and JBL speaker, connected by Bluetooth. I loaded all of my...
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    If the shop vac he's using to suck the waste out...

    If the shop vac he's using to suck the waste out of the Festool bag has a filter, wouldn't he have to be cleaning that shop vac filter along with emptying the shop vac canister? It seems Paulk's...
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    If the wire was correctly sized for voltage drop,...

    If the wire was correctly sized for voltage drop, then there's no room for additional loads to be added. Whatever the pump draws is only part of the full load presently on the #6 wire.

    You have...
  25. That's pretty cool! I like the way you separated...

    That's pretty cool! I like the way you separated the branch between the frames. It stirs up one's curiosity.
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