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    I would be interested to know if anyone here has...

    I would be interested to know if anyone here has used the replacement tires from Amazon on a MM16 and what their thoughts were on them.
  2. My unifence front rail has a tee slot running...

    My unifence front rail has a tee slot running itís length where it bolts up to the cast iron table and side table. Iím guessing now you have the older style rail which may not have a slot, hence the...
  3. I believe he is talking about an infeed table...

    I believe he is talking about an infeed table that would mount to the front rail of a unifence table saw fence. Possibly to feed sheet goods or larger work pieces.
  4. Bill, I have a unifence too and want to build a...

    Bill, I have a unifence too and want to build a small infeed table for a miter gauge or panel sled, something similar to what Izzy Swan came up with for saws with a Biesemeyer type front rail. I...
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    Another MM16 owner here build year 2005. I too...

    Another MM16 owner here build year 2005. I too was unhappy with the euro guides that came on the saw, they were way too sloppy. I was going to try the Carters but thought the cost was not worth it....
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    I have heard that many run TriMasters with no...

    I have heard that many run TriMasters with no issue on MM16s. Maybe I did get a bad one. Manufactures do recommend wheels 18" or larger for carbide so it does make me a little squeamish. I heard...
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    I bought a MM16 in 2005 and the only regret I...

    I bought a MM16 in 2005 and the only regret I have is I can't run a carbide TriMaster blade on it. I had one break on me after maybe a couple of hours of use, ouch! I'm a hobbyist so the price...
  8. I would go with 16tpi and set it up so it can be...

    I would go with 16tpi and set it up so it can be rough adjusted with a cordless drill for the times you find yourself having to crank it back and forth.
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    Yes a track saw is worth the premium you pay to...

    Yes a track saw is worth the premium you pay to own one. Realize it is a solution designed from the ground up to accomplish what we as woodworkers want, straight tear out free cuts done in a safe...
  10. Just cut some hardwood shims(wedges) and use...

    Just cut some hardwood shims(wedges) and use these to level your saw. That's what I do and it works great. Happy sawing!
  11. +1 on what Bill said I never trust a stop even...

    +1 on what Bill said I never trust a stop even though mine are set. I still check with a square to be safe. Get a drafting square they are cheap and accurate, keep it by the saw. When needed you...
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    Nice job...!

    Nice job...!
  13. The human eye is an amazing instrument! ...

    The human eye is an amazing instrument!

    Regards,

    David
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    I agree with the others here. I sold my 14" saw...

    I agree with the others here. I sold my 14" saw when I upgraded to a MM16. I should have kept the 14" for curve cutting. Now I am on a quest for another 14" bandsaw. If you have the room hang on...
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    Build a couple of sleds to accomplish what you...

    Build a couple of sleds to accomplish what you want to do. FWW had a large sled that used a sawhorse support on the side of the saw that allowed the cutting of large panels. Build a smaller more...
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    How come I can't find deals like that? Well done!

    How come I can't find deals like that? Well done!
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    Thanks for the tip Andrew! I like using MDF...

    Thanks for the tip Andrew! I like using MDF because of the cost, and how flat it is. Hate the dust it produces and the fact it doesn't hold screws well. The glue trick though it takes more time...
  18. It's a bad Idea! The money you would be sending...

    It's a bad Idea! The money you would be sending to the Electric Company for heat would buy you many good filters. I understand your concern about fine dust though and just wanting to send it...
  19. I would get the 12" General and when funds allow...

    I would get the 12" General and when funds allow upgrade the cutter head if you want. Last jointer you will ever need!
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    I have to try the super glue idea that sounds...

    I have to try the super glue idea that sounds interesting...:rolleyes:
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    I have both the EZ and the Dewalt. I like both...

    I have both the EZ and the Dewalt. I like both but there are some things that could be improved on both systems. The EZ uses what I would consider a very brittle anti chip edge which gets chewed up...
  22. Nice job!! Now that weight is not an issue with...

    Nice job!!
    Now that weight is not an issue with your table go ahead and dress that bad boy up with some hardwood edging. Well done.
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    Nice job on the jig well done!

    Nice job on the jig well done!
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    Put the Laguna guides on my MM16 and absolutely...

    Put the Laguna guides on my MM16 and absolutely love them. They give so much more support to the blade than the stock Euro guides that came with the machine. I just set them by feel, lightly...
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    Thanks for posting Mike. When I work in the shop...

    Thanks for posting Mike. When I work in the shop I always think about some of the incidents that have been posted by others. Gives me that extra incentive to take my time and do things safely, even...
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