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    The change in sound level was pretty amazing,...

    The change in sound level was pretty amazing, Curt. So much so that I'm about to re-lubricate again (one year in) to keep things that way! Garage doors are one of those things that can be "out of...
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    The majority of the "surfaces with lots of holes"...

    The majority of the "surfaces with lots of holes" that a system like this is designed to create are only a single thickness of 3/4" or 19mm-ish sheet stock, so I don't think that extra thick was...
  3. For folks invested in the Milwaukee platform,...

    For folks invested in the Milwaukee platform, it's a real plus. It's good to have another choice on the market for folks. While I'm a "Festool guy", I really do appreciate other quality brands, too....
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    Alan, it's not unusual for there to be limited or...

    Alan, it's not unusual for there to be limited or no backward compatibility with devices like this in the industry...'nature of the beast. Mesh systems are "one unit" when they are, um...meshed...so...
  5. Milwaukee adds a Track Saw to the market

    Milwaukee just had their pro user/influencer event and one of the biggies revealed is a new 18v Fuel powered track saw. It looks "very worthy" and has some nice features, including some micro...
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    I use Rakuten...formerly EBates. Kind of a...

    I use Rakuten...formerly EBates. Kind of a similar thing to what Capital One is offering.
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    The cost isn't huge, Richard, and considering the...

    The cost isn't huge, Richard, and considering the time savings and repeatability, totally worth it for unique contours like that. Click on the link that Keith provided above and ask Brady directly...
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    Post 57...pardon the expression. :) ...

    Post 57...pardon the expression. :)

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?298314-Garage-cost-are-you-kidding-me&p=3201111#post3201111
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    10' wall pre-build panels. That's how Tuff Shed...

    10' wall pre-build panels. That's how Tuff Shed does it.
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    Grizzly bought the brand and revived it as their...

    Grizzly bought the brand and revived it as their "high end" branding.
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    MDF "shaves" nicely as the holes are bored...

    MDF "shaves" nicely as the holes are bored because it's a composite that has no layers and as as result is structurally different than plywood. If you keep the tooling touched up sharp and not let it...
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    Already have that to some extent native to the...

    Already have that to some extent native to the vehicles...there are other issues (medical) that come into play here. The "spatial visualization" and reaction risk is also not front/back, but...
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    Yes, PH does a lot of things. Some plants have...

    Yes, PH does a lot of things. Some plants have noticable changes as the PH moves...some hydrangeas, for example, will change color based on soil PH.
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    We do not but understand why it's a good thing to...

    We do not but understand why it's a good thing to consider...some plants have radically different expectations relative to PH than others for optimal growth.
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    Yea, really...that's almost sacrilege! That said,...

    Yea, really...that's almost sacrilege! That said, once I have my shop building up, we will, for the first time in our adult lifetimes have the actual ability to park inside a garage. That certainly...
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    Curt, when I had the new opener installed last...

    Curt, when I had the new opener installed last summer by Des-Carr, the technician took quite a bit of time carefully realigning the wheels and track as well as lubricating all the hinges...all ten...
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    I haven't actually seen the "brown" stuff in this...

    I haven't actually seen the "brown" stuff in this area...I was just curious if that was what was referenced.
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    The better openers, including the jack shaft...

    The better openers, including the jack shaft versions, are unfortunately not inexpensive. That should not be surprising... ;)
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    I also use the 700 and tight or wide depends on...

    I also use the 700 and tight or wide depends on what I'm doing. If I'm using Dominos to keep a table surface glue-up flat and aligned, I do a tight one in the middle and use the more generous setting...
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    Michael, the mess node cannot provide higher...

    Michael, the mess node cannot provide higher speed than the specifications it actually supports. I'll use EERO as an example as I'm more familiar with that. The lower tier device does tap out at...
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    Is that the brown one, Adam?

    Is that the brown one, Adam?
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    I agree with Edward, especially since you...

    I agree with Edward, especially since you indicated you stained the wood. A thin barrier coat of shellac often has benefits in that respect for sealing the stain and providing uniform adhesion to the...
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    What Thomas mentioned plus the fact that actual...

    What Thomas mentioned plus the fact that actual wireless speeds are going to be dependent not just on the Mesh nodes' specifications/capabilities, but also the end-points' specifications...
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    I do not believe you have anything to worry about...that's still a relatively short period of time and "rust" is going to happen even if you drain every day 'cause it's unlikely that the inside of...
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    On hardwood vs softwood...keep in mind that some...

    On hardwood vs softwood...keep in mind that some hardwoods are soft and some softwoods are hard. :D :D :D Spruce/fir, etc., can be pretty darn "hard" and provide a very durable work surface while...
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