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    That will be fun to bring back. I see some parts...

    That will be fun to bring back. I see some parts and similar machines on eBay.
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    I would try option 2 combined with option 3....

    I would try option 2 combined with option 3. Concrete bonding adhesive and type S mortar should allow you to make a flat top on that rock. You could make a small form to pack mortar or concrete...
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    This was I'm my Google news feed today. It is...

    This was I'm my Google news feed today. It is interesting. There was a similar story in Smithsonian Magazine 30 or 40 years ago when Joseph Nagyvary and others were experimenting with soaking wood in...
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    I just tinkered with my De Walt. My set pin has a...

    I just tinkered with my De Walt. My set pin has a few degrees of slop either side of 90 degrees. I have to set it to 90 with a square. then tighten.
  5. Mine is an old Graco Nova and is more like the...

    Mine is an old Graco Nova and is more like the 390 with the stinger on a hose, which I like because it fits under a bench for storage.
    I always thoroughly clean the pump, hose, gun and both filters...
  6. My mowers look like they have been in mud but the...

    My mowers look like they have been in mud but the dirt is accumulated dust from mowing. It creeps into tiny places and accumulates as very fine silt. It is hard on all kinds of parts. The problem is...
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    I had a great experience working with...

    I had a great experience working with electricians and engineers from The UK, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. There is an entertaining, ongoing, debate as to whether 120 volts is even a real...
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    I don't see many images of your saw on the web...

    I don't see many images of your saw on the web and I can not see the detail in your images. It is hard for me to imagine that this is not an adjustment issue. Check out part 102, "Set Pin" It may be...
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    Those are neat old saws! I would keep both,...

    Those are neat old saws! I would keep both, assuming I had space. I keep a very fine blade on my antique Craftsman 10 inch for cutting bone and brass. I want another one to keep a fine wood blade on....
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    The Lady I did the solid vinyl garage flooring...

    The Lady I did the solid vinyl garage flooring for did not want to use coating because of the smell and having to clear the whole area at once.

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    My coarsest one is an inexpensive import from...

    My coarsest one is an inexpensive import from Grizzly. It is not enjoyable to use on Maple but it will really tear into Mahogany for quick removal of excess bulk. I follow up with the Nicholson...
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    I have two tall skinny ones that will eventually...

    I have two tall skinny ones that will eventually be harvested. Unfortunately our mill is only 16 feet.
  13. Impervo apparently has limited availability. Our...

    Impervo apparently has limited availability. Our story still has lots. It is the best paint I have ever applied for interior trim, doors, cabinetry etc.
  14. It's not Sheds Unlimited but a client just bought...

    It's not Sheds Unlimited but a client just bought a shed from a local "Amish" source. It has lots of particle board. Siding, Flooring, and Sheeting all made from the cheapest products available....
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    I have done a several DIY epoxy garage floor...

    I have done a several DIY epoxy garage floor coatings from various stores for several Clients. They are OK and I was able to cut the cost way down compared to the "professional" bids. The latest...
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    It looks right at home on your well worn bench....

    It looks right at home on your well worn bench. You are obviously a tool user who tinkers with collecting.
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    Very good looking boxes, (box falls short), ......

    Very good looking boxes, (box falls short), ... lovely artwork!
  18. An amazing time capsule. I will keep trying to...

    An amazing time capsule. I will keep trying to get the video to play.

    youTube sent me this one, after looking around the web.
    https://youtu.be/7tFPcwR8eB8
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    I have heard tell of an acid bath + mineral salts...

    I have heard tell of an acid bath + mineral salts dip for reconditioning files. Probably a task to leave to professionals.
    Some files Mr. Boggs won't touch. In my last batch one came back dipped in...
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    Cherry is not usually considered a boat building...

    Cherry is not usually considered a boat building wood. I can imagine it being very pretty on a boat. There are good resources on both coasts, as well as around the Great Lakes and North Woods.
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    The Epoxy glued scarf joint is a common technique...

    The Epoxy glued scarf joint is a common technique for boat building. Softwood dimensional lumber is commonly available in long lengths. Long hardwoods can be hard to find.
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    This was positively the most difficult book I...

    This was positively the most difficult book I have ever read. The Mosquito plays a small role, flying photo reconnaissance missions. There was one squadron of Spitfires that saw very little action....
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    Here is a link for the manual. I work for folks...

    Here is a link for the manual. I work for folks who have Pianos, they take these very seriously.


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    I imagine something like John did for the Lexan,...

    I imagine something like John did for the Lexan, With clear only above the unit, You could make a short, "summer" sash, and even use insulated glass.
    I have one of mine in already this year, and...
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    Nice job Matt Hunstiger! There is not a shortage...

    Nice job Matt Hunstiger! There is not a shortage of rust on any of my saws. Here is another one I look forward to cleaning up. I found it in a crawlspace under a big old church. It is a spooky spot,...
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