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    My battery powered tools are almost all Makita....

    My battery powered tools are almost all Makita. Reason being that the tools and batteries from many years ago work with the tools and batteries currently offered. Yes sometimes I have to clip off the...
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    I found deals on Wood Magazine and Popular...

    I found deals on Wood Magazine and Popular Woodworking at prices that barely covered the shipping. Guess that s why I keep throwing them out after skimming them as have no projects or info I find...
  3. What I value most about the Incra positioner is...

    What I value most about the Incra positioner is the ability to go back days later and have the exact and I mean exact same cut result location. No measuring needed. Yea it is pricey and the arm takes...
  4. I think the price impacts will depend upon where...

    I think the price impacts will depend upon where you live. When I lived in Louisiana it was common to see sheet goods with Made in China stamping. I haven't noticed that here in Michigan yet. Think...
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    To hand hold a router for this you need a LOT of...

    To hand hold a router for this you need a LOT of mass / weight for the router. It will want to grab at times due to grain changes. If I was doing this hand held I would use my Festool 2200 on a wide...
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    I guess your use determines a tool / jigs...

    I guess your use determines a tool / jigs usefulness. I ordered the Woodpecker jig as am so frustrated with the Veritas jig as it is really difficult at times to securely hold some chisels. Yea it is...
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    I built a 60” wide low cabinet for my audio video...

    I built a 60” wide low cabinet for my audio video equipment. Loaded it is incredibly heavy. Started with just 4 outside corner legs securely fastened. Cabinet is 3/4” plywood edged with 2-1/2”oak on...
  8. Back in 1979-81 A couple Subaru models were...

    Back in 1979-81 A couple Subaru models were available that they fitted snow plows to! The plows were made of some type thick plastic. Worked great on short concrete driveways like in a sub-division...
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    The DowelMax collars they supply for their bits...

    The DowelMax collars they supply for their bits have 2 set screws and have held well for me over years of use. Have a set of LV collars that I have never used. Will look at those to see how they are...
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    Do you think it is a 2 piece sheave? From the...

    Do you think it is a 2 piece sheave? From the pics you have very little room to work on that. Almost looks like it is a press fit one piece pulley. Sorry no right ideas for your dilemma!
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    There are various ways to solve this. The easiest...

    There are various ways to solve this. The easiest is to purchase a quality insert plate with replaceable bit surrounds. My favorite is the Incra with the magnetic inserts. Like it much better than my...
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    Rotary air compressors as Bill said MUST run for...

    Rotary air compressors as Bill said MUST run for extended times as the compressed air is run through the lubricating oil and it has to be hot enough to prevent moisture build up which will destroy...
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    The smallest one I have found uses a 5/64” bit...

    The smallest one I have found uses a 5/64” bit but has too large of a “nose” to fit small screw holes. This is called a VIX #3. Still looking for one that will center on smaller openings. I was...
  14. I just installed some 4 foot LED lighting in my...

    I just installed some 4 foot LED lighting in my small shop and love them! From Lowe’s - Lithonia dual strip light fixtures and cost 45 dollars. Rated 4000 or 4500K depending on where you look on box,...
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    Does the Dewalt 735 need a powered cyclone to...

    Does the Dewalt 735 need a powered cyclone to work properly? My older Delta 2-speed doesn’t extract the chips fast enough without being hooked to a cyclone to eliminate denting of the wood. I have...
  16. I would use some mdf and make a replacement...

    I would use some mdf and make a replacement router plate and attach a quality jigsaw upside-down.
    Won’t be capable of cutting quite as fine of curves or holes but blades are cheap and would last a...
  17. Dewalt DWE7491rs riving knife adjustment?

    Trying to adjust my Dewalt DWE7491RS riving knife. Manual is worthless for this. There are two sets of Allen bolts - 5 total - to loosen and adjust. Well I sure am clueless how I am supposed to make...
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    Motors are so strange it seems - especially...

    Motors are so strange it seems - especially single phase. I have over the years purchased several Asian manufactured large power tools and several had motors with no horsepower ratings. Also had...
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    What type of wood are you using? My experience...

    What type of wood are you using?
    My experience adding hardwood trim to plywood caused lots of issues as the cutter seems to go “wonky” in the softer material. I use my DowelMax jig for getting flush...
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    So many great ideas! Thank you all.:)

    So many great ideas!
    Thank you all.:)
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    Derek- that is an amazingly creative idea!

    Derek- that is an amazingly creative idea!
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    For the mending plate - wouldn’t this cause...

    For the mending plate - wouldn’t this cause denting of the wood? Not a fan of having steel plate near any type of cutter. Am I missing something? Yea it sure would have incredible grip!
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    Well I just knew that a dumb question would get...

    Well I just knew that a dumb question would get me obvious answers I totally overlooked!! ;)
    Thanks guys for the tips. Sandpaper with a glue backing should work. I do like the softer type pad...
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    Push block pad material?

    Tried using Search but no luck.
    I have some push blocks - the type with a handle on top - that the soft pad material has gotten hard and slippery. Any bright ideas of material to use as a...
  25. As Bill says —- Totally dependent upon use and...

    As Bill says —-
    Totally dependent upon use and location.
    I just got done insulating exposed concrete walls in my basement. If moisture or icing is an issue then how you insulate is really...
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