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    I concur. I wonder if they are trying to inspire...

    I concur. I wonder if they are trying to inspire us to buy one adapter per tool. They also have one extra tab that blocks flex volt batteries, which is easily removed with no apparent issues. ...
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    Closed cell is pretty good stuff, Jim's intel is...

    Closed cell is pretty good stuff, Jim's intel is right. When you spray foam, it expands pretty quickly. When that is sprayed in a wall or roof cavity, the foam "grows" away in all directions that...
  3. Rich is right on this in most circumstances. If...

    Rich is right on this in most circumstances. If the floor is above grade though and poured over a good moisture barrier, you would be fine with wood glued to it. In that instance, you would use...
  4. I used some of my old acid core stash a few weeks...

    I used some of my old acid core stash a few weeks ago, I have the acid holes in my shirt to prove it...
  5. This was a Shaw product. It looked good, we were...

    This was a Shaw product. It looked good, we were cautioned that the "grout" would probably need reapplied periodically. The customer was determined to try it though so we did. It's still going fine...
  6. Yes, I have used a wet saw to cut. I think a...

    Yes, I have used a wet saw to cut. I think a good carbide would work fine too, but we had the tile saw set up already. Pause though, why that product? In my opinion, it has no pros over other...
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    Yes. Commercial builders' most valuable...

    Yes. Commercial builders' most valuable commodity is always time. We're always working against the clock from some angle. I've never done a roof where I had the luxury of open ended schedule. The...
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    5K for the truss package is a little higher than...

    5K for the truss package is a little higher than here, but not very far off. Buildings are expensive.
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    I'm a bit of a rock hound, really enjoy the...

    I'm a bit of a rock hound, really enjoy the geology of my area. The geologist that John quoted is right. You can tell a few more things about it though, because of the tumbled rounded shape it...
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    Agree!!!!!

    Agree!!!!!
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    It's easy to get an engineered solution, go to...

    It's easy to get an engineered solution, go to the lumber yard and ask them about a truss package. They will be custom designed to your specs by a structural engineer, included in the price. Your...
  12. Honestly Mark, that is all mine does most days,...

    Honestly Mark, that is all mine does most days, and it was worth every penny. It's become a shop mascot of sorts. Some customers like to tour the shop and it is always the first thing they notice. ...
  13. I took a bit of a 36" bandsaw crash course when I...

    I took a bit of a 36" bandsaw crash course when I bought my Oliver. It had a really old 5hp motor that I thought was under powered probably, so I immediately replaced it with a 7.5 Baldor. I...
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    I think they are still available, lots of...

    I think they are still available, lots of interweb places say they are. Saw one sell on auction a couple weeks ago too. Prices seem to be all over the place though.
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    Seconding the dust. In our shop, we have three...

    Seconding the dust. In our shop, we have three enclosed offices with separate HVAC and the dust is still an issue. Definitely enclose it if you do.
  16. I can't see domestic plywood happening, the...

    I can't see domestic plywood happening, the American lumber industry is under constant assault from domestic sources. A pretty large local mill just shut down here because the USDA just randomly...
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    I'd consider a sawzall with a good demo blade. A...

    I'd consider a sawzall with a good demo blade. A cut between along the next joist then run the blade between the joist and decking to clip all the nails. If the puller was bring up nails too,...
  18. Lol, yes it is! I'm guessing there is actually...

    Lol, yes it is! I'm guessing there is actually not a little riser back on the top step as it's drawn, the second floor rim is likely the backer for that top riser. I'll also wager that there is a...
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    Quality built traditional linear bearing are SCMS...

    Quality built traditional linear bearing are SCMS have far more bearing surface than a glide system. In my experience most saw issues come from moving them, not from actual use, and a good linear...
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    Another vote for the 10" slider. I like the...

    Another vote for the 10" slider. I like the Makita LS1013 best too, I wish they still made them. There are several good ones out there. You'll no doubt here the naysayers soon, but in my...
  21. Ahh, gotcha. Can you get to the stringers? If...

    Ahh, gotcha. Can you get to the stringers? If they are framer built stairs you may be able to adjust the top hanging point. I build mine on a ledger generally which is pretty easy to move. You...
  22. Short of rebuilding them, your best option is to...

    Short of rebuilding them, your best option is to make the upper stairs match riser height to the landing, and the lower to the floor below. That way as you turn the corner on the landing your mind...
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    Nice! One of those is on my want list.

    Nice! One of those is on my want list.
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    Derek, quartz can't be worked with woodworking...

    Derek, quartz can't be worked with woodworking tools, you are probably thinking of corian.
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    Everyone knows Abranet, Mirka also make Autonet...

    Everyone knows Abranet, Mirka also make Autonet which uses a stiffer backing pad and is usually cheaper. I'm currently burning through my first order of it and no complaints, I think the stiffer...
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