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  1. I have seen your Burke quote and am pleased to...

    I have seen your Burke quote and am pleased to have helped. That is assuming it works.
  2. No, but please forge onward and report back....

    No, but please forge onward and report back. There is a nice old one in a local bar/restaurant. The long time owner of the place protects that board the way only a motivated elderly woman can.
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    Life is a humbling experience!

    Life is a humbling experience!
  4. You would be putting all that weight pushing out...

    You would be putting all that weight pushing out rather than down. My issue with those side casters is how often would I be tripping on them? I believe that if you remove the jam nut you can run the...
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    I don't think you will gain much by doing it....

    I don't think you will gain much by doing it. There are always eddy currents in a box with a bunch of protrusions, as in a table saw. you know where the points of build-up are. I will occasionally...
  6. Don't flip it. Jack it up, so to speak. Rent or...

    Don't flip it. Jack it up, so to speak. Rent or borrow a J-bar and you can raise it. You can probably do it with an 8' 4x4...a good one. Do it from the end and put a piece of angle across the end to...
  7. I Beam

    I knocked this together yesterday. I believe it will take care of sag. Twin 2 channel, 3/4x10 rod couplings and Bolts. End flanges to secure assembly to base. Also a jam nut to secure setting. Fun...
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    Thanks,Mike. This is always it goes. Get...

    Thanks,Mike. This is always it goes. Get something for short money and with the accessories you find out what it will cost. What is an appropriate feeder for this shaper. It is a 43-375. As I look it...
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    I used Purple Heart to trim out the panels on the...

    I used Purple Heart to trim out the panels on the shop doors. It looked pretty, but it didnt cut so much as shatter. I had to cut deeply to get it out of my middle finger. Ironic. I stick to the...
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    Thank you all for your advice. Right now I am...

    Thank you all for your advice. Right now I am kinda circling it. Kinda like a horse you approach with trepidation;) The bits are all Freud. Mel, May I ask, why steel rather than carbide?
  11. If it has a swale it will also flex diagonally. I...

    If it has a swale it will also flex diagonally. I assume you have a preferred location to use as the assembly area. Roll it into your preferred position and check for level including the diagonals. I...
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    Delta Shaper

    A friend just dropped of a Delta Shaper. He has lived off grid for 40 yrs and can’t or doesn’t run 220 gear. He said it has been sitting in a corner and it needed a home. He knows the history of this...
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    That looks like my Hay-Budden Out of Brooklyn...

    That looks like my Hay-Budden Out of Brooklyn from the details. Mine is marked on the sides And the 98# weight is as well. That is a nice piece you have there.
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    Ah, an experiment. I will try it in an assortment...

    Ah, an experiment. I will try it in an assortment of configurations. In addition to how the dust moves I am also looking at protecting the router. the 7539 has a large flat base with large slots for...
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    Thanks, Jim. Good points all. It is difficult to...

    Thanks, Jim. Good points all. It is difficult to see in the second photo given the plexiglass cover is clean but here are three 1 1/4" holes at the bottom as well as the one on the back left corner I...
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    I finished the DC box and my lift mechanism. The...

    I finished the DC box and my lift mechanism. The box is angle iron. Sheet metal with a 3/4 or so plywood base. Plexiglass front with simple access to pull the router release lever and a socket to...
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    Sawstop router plate on the 52 saw

    This is a nice bit of kit. It was certainly packaged well from SS. I removed the side composite top On the 52 and mounted the router plate to the Rt side of the CI. While SS instructions are...
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    Thank you, David, but I follow along on...

    Thank you, David, but I follow along on filtration posts as they occur. I guess, in view of your information, what is the best configuration to use the 13s effectively.
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    11s are good filters, but not near hepas specs,...

    11s are good filters, but not near hepas specs, as you know. Perhaps stage filter grades. Run the 11s and try some higher rated units in another box. Where the 11-13 rated filters had a problem...
  20. Ive been helping a friend build his shop out. It...

    Ive been helping a friend build his shop out. It is an existing building with a good slab. He put down 12 engineered floor joists 12OC. The plan is, once things are done to cut the floor laying a...
  21. For sheet metal, I’d run into Homans Assoc, ave...

    For sheet metal, I’d run into Homans Assoc, ave D, Williston. They are an HVAC supply house and an old Acct of mine. Also, try Blodgett and FW Webb. I have found DC fittings to be frustrating as all...
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    Good choice! I have found the Milwaukee bits to...

    Good choice! I have found the Milwaukee bits to be very good. Ive gone Torx Or Robertson As much as possible. Phillips is kind of a nuisance comparatively especially with the power of the M18. Now...
  23. The net effective flow in a rectangle is really...

    The net effective flow in a rectangle is really an oval but I am with Paul. You have twice the cross sectional area. You might consider using a 4x10 end boot. Off that you go to a 45 that drops...
  24. Im neither a soils nor structural engineer, both...

    Im neither a soils nor structural engineer, both of whom you need. From what I am reading about flood plain levels and what we are seeing in the States, I would add +ft to any water level estimate....
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    Back in late May I heard the tail end of an...

    Back in late May I heard the tail end of an interview with Terry Gross interviewing James Nestor, author of the new book "Breath." I stopped at the bookstore and picked it up. Interesting read and I...
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