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  1. Since this is my next shop project, I am curious...

    Since this is my next shop project, I am curious to see what others have done.
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    You can also roast with a heat gun and a metal...

    You can also roast with a heat gun and a metal bowl--I know several people who do that. You can get a good dedicate roast--like the Behmor 1600 Plus or Fresh Roast, from under $500. I know that...
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    I am another happy Behmor owner and home roaster....

    I am another happy Behmor owner and home roaster. One of my co-workers turned me on to home roasting maybe back in 2007 or 2008 and I have never looked back.

    I buy most of my green beans from...
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    Thank you all for the feedback. I will take...

    Thank you all for the feedback.


    I will take another look at the Rikon.

    @Dan--there are other coffee makers?
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    14" Band saw: Laguna vs Jet

    I am hobby woodworker and I have decided that the next major tool purchase is going to be a band saw--it has gotten to the point where not having one is a pain. I have most of the other usual...
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    Another for weed eater I found a doubled...

    Another for weed eater

    I found a doubled pronged hook at the BORG--works great
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    Arm R Seal over epoxy

    Hiya,

    Matt Cremona just did a video (his router bit cabinet) where he used epoxy on some miter joints as the glue. As he was wiping up the squeeze out, he made a comment that since he was using...
  8. combo blade vs rip or cross cut blade on the TS

    Sicne I got my big boy table saw, I have just been using my WWII combo blade (and still love it), but recently I picked up a dedicate rip blade and a dedicate cross cut blade (the ones that Jothn...
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    I cut mine on the SCMS no problem. You do get a...

    I cut mine on the SCMS no problem. You do get a lot of PVC "saw dust" that sticks to everything due to the static electricity and I did not use a good blade....
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    Everyone here has nice ones....I did the...

    Everyone here has nice ones....I did the Woodwhisper's plywood version. Sorry, no picture
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    Gorgeous box, but I think John is correct. You...

    Gorgeous box, but I think John is correct. You have that highly figured wood and then glue the plain saw walnut to the top. It is going to twist up like a pretzel once you start getting big changes...
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    +1 on what Bruce said. Your really need a...

    +1 on what Bruce said.

    Your really need a jointer and planer as a set. You can get by with a planer and table + a bunch of sleds, but it it is major PIA.

    Get the nicer table saw. It will...
  13. 7 pages so far and I don't think we have even...

    7 pages so far and I don't think we have even scratched the surface on this one.

    As a hobbyist with a family, demanding job and 30 acres to take care of, I understand the OP's struggles.

    Not...
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    !00% agree and worry that this thread could turn...

    !00% agree and worry that this thread could turn ugly in a hurry.


    I am one for 1 tooth height above. I understand the arguement about the downward force of a higher blade, but at 4800 rpms, I...
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    There can be lots of drivers--inflation, belief...

    There can be lots of drivers--inflation, belief that "they made them better back in the day".

    One of the issues I have seen is a general run up in pricing for all guns and ammunition. A lot of my...
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    I have had good luck with both the Rise and Shine...

    I have had good luck with both the Rise and Shine glue as will as the sharkbite style PVC fittings:
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    You need to use the enzyme cleaner on the bare...

    You need to use the enzyme cleaner on the bare concrete--several treatments may be necessary. You can buy the enzyme at a pet store or janitorial supply house.

    Even after multiple treatments,...
  18. I have the generic track saw that is sold as a...

    I have the generic track saw that is sold as a Grizzly--mine was originally under a different name. It is "okay" for rough cutting, but there is a lot of wobble in the track/saw connection that you...
  19. What Cary said. I am with the "buy the best...

    What Cary said.

    I am with the "buy the best table saw you can afford/will fit the space". I had a cheap job site for the first few years and was nothing but frustration and I almost gave up--I...
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    Tom, I am trying to get a better look at your...

    Tom, I am trying to get a better look at your brackets. Could you post a close up? I have been racking my brain for a solution like this. have been looking at retractable tool balancers, but I...
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    Lots of good advice here. I was also wondering...

    Lots of good advice here. I was also wondering about the blade and if you are getting deflection because it is dull or a thin kerf.
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    Bob I can no offer no intelligent advice for...

    Bob

    I can no offer no intelligent advice for you on this problem, but I have enjoyed the story so far.

    You have made me feel better about the shop cleaning project I started last month and I...
  23. I bought this one last year and been very happy...

    I bought this one last year and been very happy with it:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015TKUPIC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Just used it yesterday to jump start the...
  24. My shop is stick built. The horse barn is 40...

    My shop is stick built.

    The horse barn is 40 x 60 metal building.

    The metal building is durable but hot in the summer and cold in the winter. For my wife’s tack room in the barn, I ended up...
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    I have had the Davis Vantage Vue since 2009 and...

    I have had the Davis Vantage Vue since 2009 and love it.
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