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    No accomplishments for me this past weekend as I...

    No accomplishments for me this past weekend as I helped a life long buddy move this weekend after a bitter divorce. 36+ hours of moving over 3 days. So much stuff to move and lotsa large items. ...
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    Curious to see what you come up with or what...

    Curious to see what you come up with or what others have done. I have the 19/38 with tables on their angled mobile base and was looking to build something for mine. I have to keep mine mobile as I...
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    Move dust collector to different room?

    This is a down the road project (most likely) but I had thought the other day. My shop is in the basement, probably takes up a 1/3. Attached to the basement is a 3 season porch with full basement...
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    Originally that's what I had with my Freud. Then...

    Originally that's what I had with my Freud. Then I got the router table with the Triton and never used the Freud. I finally got tired of always having to adjust the extension wing. No matter how...
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    What to do with my Triton 3 hp router?

    I just upgraded my router table from a Triton 3 hp w/ Woodpecker plate to a Woodpecker PLR V2 w/ a Milwaukee 3 hp. I already have 2 PC690's with all the different bases (regular, d handle and...
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    Had a buddy here looking for property in the UP. ...

    Had a buddy here looking for property in the UP. Found a piece, drove up there (7 hr drive) to look at it. Didn't even dicker, offered them full price and a couple hours later the seller called...
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    No welding. You can order those pre-welded...

    No welding. You can order those pre-welded direct from McMaster-Carr as well. Link to Strut with plate
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    Week of small things for me. Finished up some...

    Week of small things for me. Finished up some floating lamps, concrete and walnut. Not sure why I did them, but they are done. Built a frame for a white board in my shop. Always wanted one, but...
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    Marc, I made another post of my setup that I just...

    Marc, I made another post of my setup that I just completed, well minus a brace to stop the swaying.

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?289985-Sharkmouth-converted-to-overhead-mount
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    Sharkmouth converted to overhead mount

    Been using the Sharkmouth (first version) for several years now. It's not to bad of a unit to use. Wish the mount was a little different, but that's more to blame on the way the saw was built. My...
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    Me as well +2
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    David that is not nearly big enough for a whiskey...

    David that is not nearly big enough for a whiskey problem, I mean cabinet! I think the one I helped a buddy build is 2 cabinets at around 3'x5'
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    I just ordered parts for this setup from...

    I just ordered parts for this setup from McMaster-Carr, minus the yellowish orange handles. Gonna try those 4 with regular bolts first, way cheaper than the handles. Those orange handles were like...
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    Not WW related, but very accomplished. Lots of...

    Not WW related, but very accomplished. Lots of work put in on a sledding hill with my daughters (21 and 24). Friday night we started and we made it 115' or so through 2' of snow and dark. They...
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    Machine wise, the oldest are my Shopfox Cabinet...

    Machine wise, the oldest are my Shopfox Cabinet Saw and Dust Collector, early 2000's. Tool wise, it's a 1931-1932 Stanley Bailey No 3 I just recently restored. Actually, now that I think about it,...
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    I like this method too. It is exactly how I did...

    I like this method too. It is exactly how I did the top of my miter bench, but mine isn't screwed down. Other than one corner on the far end against the wall it all sits flat. When I do replace...
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    This is what I will be doing as well. Been using...

    This is what I will be doing as well. Been using the original Shark Guard for years. Just got to get the nesting parts to build the overhead support. I actually ordered the version 3 upgrade as...
  18. I've gone from the Craftsman little table top...

    I've gone from the Craftsman little table top router stand and router, to a Freud in the extension wing to a Norm'ish cabinet build. I agree with ChrisA that the cart seems like a waste of space...
  19. I get little splinters every time I run Baltic...

    I get little splinters every time I run Baltic Birch, even with a fresh sharpened Freud blade. If I don't have a new splinter or abrasion on at least one hand, my time in the shop isn't over yet.
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    Another one that might be worth looking into is...

    Another one that might be worth looking into is the Harvey MG-36. Not cheap! Been eyeing it myself recently and I have the 1000SE already. Been eyeing the 5000 too, but not sure if I should go...
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    I replace the first filter quite regularly. Both...

    I replace the first filter quite regularly. Both bag filters, even the older unit, were not to dirty. You can see dust sneaking around the bag filter, well the build up that is. The two little...
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    I installed a 3/8" foam strip on the top where...

    I installed a 3/8" foam strip on the top where the gap was. Now it's a wedge fit. We'll see if it helps any. It's like they need to modify the design or something so that their is a little...
  23. Thread: Shop Tunes?

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    I envy you guys that can listen to audiobooks or...

    I envy you guys that can listen to audiobooks or podcasts. I wish I could! I mean I can, but 1 sentence later I already forgot what they said. I've tried it on my two hour road trips going north...
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    Oh I think they definitely help too. Filters are...

    Oh I think they definitely help too. Filters are always getting dirty. I think I might try and replace/add some rubber gasket behind/around the bag filter and just seal it up a tad more.

    Guess...
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    Wen Filters.....anyone notice?

    The build up of saw dust on the exit side? Both of mine have spots with build up on the exit end. Or little spots around the control panel that have air leaks that have build up. I also, on my...
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