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    As others have noted a 24 tooth ripping blade...

    As others have noted a 24 tooth ripping blade will perform much better than a combination blade when ripping hard wood. I recommend the Freud Glueline rip blade.
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    Mouse pads work well and don't cost much. Use 3M...

    Mouse pads work well and don't cost much. Use 3M spray adhesive to hold them in place.
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    What I do is, about 2 hours after I glue up a...

    What I do is, about 2 hours after I glue up a joint I remove the squeeze out. At that point it is rubbery and removes easily with a red devil paint scraper.
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    For $6/year you could become a contributor and...

    For $6/year you could become a contributor and offer all the items you want in the classifieds section.
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    I think tenons 2-3" long wold be adequate, be...

    I think tenons 2-3" long wold be adequate, be sure that they allow the main field of the table to expand and contract seasonally. the one in the center can be glued so that the bread board stays...
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    There is no reason why the bread boards can't be...

    There is no reason why the bread boards can't be that wide or even wider as long as the table apron supports them. you still need to account for the seasonal dimension changes in both the center and...
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    Very nice looking and functional piece. Did you...

    Very nice looking and functional piece. Did you reinforce the miters in some way or are they just glued?
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    It would be a good idea for you to add a location...

    It would be a good idea for you to add a location to your profile so we know where in the world you are located.
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    This is what I do. Repeat as necessary.

    This is what I do. Repeat as necessary.
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    Drawer slides allow the drawers to slide in and...

    Drawer slides allow the drawers to slide in and out in all weather conditions. Runners can swell in high humidity locations and cause the drawers to stick. Also on most antique furniture, the...
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    They make an upgrade kit for the fans ...

    They make an upgrade kit for the fans that are supposed to keep the ambient temperature reading closer to reality. It may not fit all models.
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    You may have to select the full site option down...

    You may have to select the full site option down at the bottom of the page and then you will see the options for photo posting.
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    When that happens, simply click on the triangle 417369and report the post to the moderators and we can easily move it.
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    Interesting film. That was a lot of lumber. ...

    Interesting film. That was a lot of lumber. Impressive production set ups. Not a lot of safety equipment or guards on the machines.
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    My take on these is they do not like being pulled across surface, and they break easily. After reading reviews, it did not look like a worth while item to purchase.
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    I've shredded leaves, both green and brown, green...

    I've shredded leaves, both green and brown, green brush such as pussy willows, evergreen shrubs, pine tree branches with green needles, birch tree trimmings, with no jamming. I do load slowly. I...
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    I don't know your price point, but I have a...

    I don't know your price point, but I have a Mighty Mac 12P shredder and it handles anything I can put through it including limbs up to 3" in diameter. It is over 25 years old and still going...
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    In my experience silicone sealant is not...

    In my experience silicone sealant is not resistant to gasoline.
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    I use mostly hardwood in all my furniture. Yes...

    I use mostly hardwood in all my furniture. Yes the weight can be a consideration, but be careful not to compare the weight to the furniture being offered by most of the lower priced outlets. Their...
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    I have a Lacrosse ws1516-IT that I've had for at...

    I have a Lacrosse ws1516-IT that I've had for at least 10 years. Just a month ago it quit transmitting temp and humidity. Lacrosse no longer supports it. I purchased a used system from Ebay, but it...
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    It's very simple really, just click on the donate...

    It's very simple really, just click on the donate button at the top of any page, contribute at least $6.00 for a one year subscription and you can post up to eight photos in any post you make. Only...
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    Usually photos, occasionally wood and always...

    Usually photos, occasionally wood and always peace of mind.
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    Find a local machine shop that makes parts that...

    Find a local machine shop that makes parts that require hardening and see if they will piggy back your order on one of theirs.

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    Depending upon what level of hardening you want to achieve, you...
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    It depends....The person making the choice should...

    It depends....The person making the choice should do some investigation before making the college/trades decision. Many colleges offer courses that will not provide a career that will support an...
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    Most important get a written/signed contract with...

    Most important get a written/signed contract with the contractor stating exactly what will be built, materials used, time for completion, warranty if any and the firm cost. Good contractors should...
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