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    Both the finish and the environment that the...

    Both the finish and the environment that the finishing will be done in must be within the temperature range that the finish manufacturer specifies...that's typically north of 65 or so at the lowest...
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    That's a nice product, but it's not going to cut...

    That's a nice product, but it's not going to cut a wider roll of abrasive paper into shorter rolls while still rolled up...
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    That looks pretty darn good!

    That looks pretty darn good!
  4. I have the older Oneida 2hp (7" inlet) and it...

    I have the older Oneida 2hp (7" inlet) and it performs very well for single machine use. I've gotten away with acceptable performance for quick jobs on other tools when my CNC is running, too,...
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    I edited the previous to fix my dyslexic thought...

    I edited the previous to fix my dyslexic thought conversion.
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    You are making assumptions. I do take substantial...

    You are making assumptions. I do take substantial deposits. And the customer does pay any fees because of how I price work. The issue is convenience and I frankly hate writing checks and I also hate...
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    I do it that way, too, John. But the OP was...

    I do it that way, too, John. But the OP was looking for a way to "slice the roll" to create narrower rolls from a wide one.
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    That's how the driver's ed cars "back in the day"...

    That's how the driver's ed cars "back in the day" were configured. I don't know if that's done these days much.
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    Correct, I misspoke. My apologies. I try to be...

    Correct, I misspoke. My apologies. I try to be accurate, but sometimes, well... ;)
  10. Wyes and individual blast gates would be how I'd...

    Wyes and individual blast gates would be how I'd handle this situation...it may be tricky doing that, however, if the duct back to the DC is coming up out of the floor in the middle of the machines...
  11. If you do not have a local beekeeper that sells...

    If you do not have a local beekeeper that sells wax, Mann Lake offers it. I like the mineral oil and beeswax for cutting boards, but for charcuterie boards I prefer something that's more of a film...
  12. This is mostly a math problem that starts by...

    This is mostly a math problem that starts by determining how many boards were originally used in the available width and if there was any spacing between then at all...IF that's important to the...
  13. Thomas, there's a project somewhere in the EU...

    Thomas, there's a project somewhere in the EU right now to do just that with a short bus route (only about a mile) as a proof of concept project, if I'm not mistaken.
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    Where I grew up in NE PA, the carriers were...

    Where I grew up in NE PA, the carriers were contractors in their own vehicles...many of them sourced right-drive Jeeps if they could get them or used a bench seat, sat in the middle and drive with...
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    Johh, the term HVLP merely refers to "High Volume...

    Johh, the term HVLP merely refers to "High Volume Low Pressure". But "low pressure" is variable and the source of that pressure can be a compressor or a turbine. There will be some slight physical...
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    THat's a good product, Scott. Philadelphia Luther...

    THat's a good product, Scott. Philadelphia Luther Supply also sells adhesive backed rolls like that. I believe Lee Valley does, too.
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    I believe the OP wants to cut a longer roll into...

    I believe the OP wants to cut a longer roll into shorter rolls, all rolled up during the cutting, as it were...I'm not sure there is a simple solution for that because of the nature of abrasives and...
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    'Glad the issue has been identified...it really...

    'Glad the issue has been identified...it really did point to the blade...and is being rectified!
  19. If you have the right size of those toothed...

    If you have the right size of those toothed extractors, it will grab the broken off fastener and back it out of the hole, not requiring plugging...just a new screw.
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    My unit came as a kit...while the original metal...

    My unit came as a kit...while the original metal cup was in the case, the PPS gear was included for the package price. Ask him about getting the kit pricing benefit, even if he has to ship you the...
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    Yes, or it's a good reason to carefully select...

    Yes, or it's a good reason to carefully select clients. :) Those that I do work with understand my nature and are willing to pay the price for it. But I don't do any production work other than some...
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    I saw a video on YouTube awhile ago of one of...

    I saw a video on YouTube awhile ago of one of those...I don't recall anyone here making one, but it's certainly possible. Keep in mind that due to the nature of how it's constructed, it's more for...
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    This is so true...so many folks who buy things...

    This is so true...so many folks who buy things really have no appreciation for the craftsmanship things like wrapping grain bring to the table and therefore, they place no financial value on it,...
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    Dry air is very good for spraying finishes...

    Dry air is very good for spraying finishes including waterbornes. One factor that does come into play with these faster drying finishes is that turbines tend to supply "warmer" air which can affect...
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    They have made a $2.9B profit on operations since...

    They have made a $2.9B profit on operations since 2012. The unfunded stuff, unfortunately, gets amortized which makes them show as a loss. In business accounting, not paying an obligation still...
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