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    If you can get a 24" wide panel within .010" in...

    If you can get a 24" wide panel within .010" in the glue up you are way better than me. And I've been doing it for 48 years.
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    The only way I'd buy a double roll sander is if...

    The only way I'd buy a double roll sander is if the back roller can easily be lifted out of position. Very seldom, especially on a wide panel. will the roughing roller make the panel dead flat in one...
  3. Are you talking cabinet, furniture, or passage...

    Are you talking cabinet, furniture, or passage doors?
  4. I'd go one step further and spec kiln dried...

    I'd go one step further and spec kiln dried furniture grade. Kiln dried construction grade can be around 19% which would make me nervous.
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    Pay particular attention to John K Jordan's...

    Pay particular attention to John K Jordan's advise. It's like he wrote my story. I cut free logs for a full year. Luckily for me I sold the mill for the same amount I paid for it. After air drying I...
  6. Boracare is a preventative, not an eliminator. 3...

    Boracare is a preventative, not an eliminator. 3 stages of PPB, adult, egg, larvae. The hole is the exit hole. The egg is laid in a crack or crevice, and the larvae bore tunnels in the wood to feed....
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    I've been using the V-arm since the Wolverine was...

    I've been using the V-arm since the Wolverine was invented. My system has the steel bases, not the current extrusion. I have yet to come close to having a chisels catch and go below the wheel. It's...
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    The exact opposite of my experience. All my...

    The exact opposite of my experience. All my Talons and Strongholds have performed flawlessly for decades. There is no such thing as a problem with lemons with Oneway. You just didn't call them to...
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    You won't be able to use the platform for...

    You won't be able to use the platform for sharpening scrapers, and probably not some grinds with the Vari-grind either. If your grinder is too low, just add some plywood under the grinder so the...
  10. Won't destroy it, but you'll need to buy acetone...

    Won't destroy it, but you'll need to buy acetone by the gallon to clean off the adhesive that pulls off the paper. Try using Mirka Abranet rolls. Lots of happy users.
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    I don't change the chuck very often in a job, so...

    I don't change the chuck very often in a job, so I wrapped a stripe of red tape around the key shaft and painted a thin red ring around the chuck. The only chuck that is a mismatch with the other 4...
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    I've never worn any out in 22 years, but I assume...

    I've never worn any out in 22 years, but I assume any hardware store would sell metric cap screws.
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    Does your saw have an electric brake? Most dado...

    Does your saw have an electric brake? Most dado stacks come loose when you shut off the saw and the weight of the stack loosens the nut. I've never had a long enough arbor to add another nut.
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    It completely boils down to money. From most...

    It completely boils down to money. From most return to less; 1)Hire a family member to take photos and be the contact for taking calls. 2)Have something like an estate sale. 3) Hire an auction...
  15. Why not double nut it, torque the nuts tightly,...

    Why not double nut it, torque the nuts tightly, then put the wrench on the bottom nut to remove it. Mix a little transmission fluid and acetone then let that soak in to fight old rust.
  16. Looks to me like the Grizzly trunions mount to...

    Looks to me like the Grizzly trunions mount to the saw cabinet like the Unisaw did, and the Shop Fox bolts to the table like contractors saws do. Grizzly is available up to 7.5hp
  17. We need a new video? Who's we? After 48 years of...

    We need a new video? Who's we? After 48 years of woodworking, I'm pretty comfortable with not having another video. LOL But I do admit that's a clever way to market for more youtube subscribers.
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    Grizzly owns factories and manufactures...

    Grizzly owns factories and manufactures machinery? I thought they were only importers.
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    Higher profit margin?

    Higher profit margin?
  20. If any of them are variable speed. I'm guessing...

    If any of them are variable speed. I'm guessing the control board will determine if the magic smoke releases or not. I'd ask Makita to be safe.
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    Ash is extremely rated for 2 things. Extremely...

    Ash is extremely rated for 2 things. Extremely easy to dry, and extremely susceptible to powder post beetle. Fresh cut ash is like candy to PPB. Don't even think of cutting it until you have some...
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    As far as I'm concerned, everything is off the...

    As far as I'm concerned, everything is off the charts with Woodpeckers.
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    That was not my intent John, I was taught to buy...

    That was not my intent John, I was taught to buy quality as a young farm boy where machinery didn't cost money, it made money. Because you can't make money when it's broken down. I don't really care...
  24. You'd better check the date on that Delta...

    You'd better check the date on that Delta information. The current company has no interest in restoring the old reputation, or even providing a fraction of the machine line. They are only marketing...
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    My 1998 Oneway 24-36 has had zero problems and...

    My 1998 Oneway 24-36 has had zero problems and hasn't been touched. And I did a huge run of 24, 18" diameter bowls a few years back. Still a firm believer in "You get what you pay for." You have to...
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