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  1. I've seen machines that run in forward and...

    I've seen machines that run in forward and reverse. If I'm not mistaken, Woodmaster has a drum sander that will run forward and then you can push a button and the material will run back the opposite...
  2. I'm with Andy on this. My decision would be to...

    I'm with Andy on this. My decision would be to buy or make an MFT style table with a fence and track system for the shorter/narrower cuts. Get a flip up track adapter for the track and you have a...
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    One word of caution, This tip is due to my...

    One word of caution, This tip is due to my ignorance of aluminum extrusion. I bought the 6020 and did not realize that the tracks were 5mm, so none of my jigs and hold downs, etc., would work. I...
  4. Those planers at one time offered a bag to go on...

    Those planers at one time offered a bag to go on the end to capture chips. Don't know if it is still available or if there may be an aftermarket bag. I used mine outside the shop last week to mill...
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    Steve, look at the Rikon mobile base for the...

    Steve, look at the Rikon mobile base for the 10-325 and/or 10-326. I don't know the exact measurements but it is just as you described. I have that base and converted it by adding a swivelling...
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    I just finished my kitchen rebuild last summer...

    I just finished my kitchen rebuild last summer that had 44 total doors. I used my Jorgensen Parallel clamps along with my Rockler aluminum bar clamps. ...
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    Have you considered building one yourself? I...

    Have you considered building one yourself? I went to the website of one of the companies you mentioned and was blown away at the price. I'm not knocking their product, but at that price I could...
  8. I don't own a $500 plane, not even close, but my...

    I don't own a $500 plane, not even close, but my Stanley's always get a dose of wax and oil when I put them up. Instead of a till, I keep them in a silicon impregnated sock. Works well.
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    As for the cole jaws, I've turned with the tail...

    As for the cole jaws, I've turned with the tail stock at a higher speed, depending on the wood. Not all bowls are the same. You have to judge that for yourself. As for the 600 RPM stamp on the...
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    I'd watch the glue squeeze out from your...

    I'd watch the glue squeeze out from your segments. Wouldn't want it on the benchtop. You might have a big problem separating your work from the bench. Just an observation, not being critical. ...
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    Just a guess here. I've heard of tables that had...

    Just a guess here. I've heard of tables that had basins on them with holes f to drain the water out of it without removing the basin. But really don't have a clue.
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    Not to start a fight, but the Dubby Sled is...

    Not to start a fight, but the Dubby Sled is similar and has been out for years. I will admit that my Dubby, to me, is the best sled I've ever used. There are a few things I would do to modify mine...
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    Check out the specs as Greg mentioned. I made an...

    Check out the specs as Greg mentioned. I made an MFT style table out of 2060 extrusion and it will only take a M5 screw and/or nut made especially for that extrusion. Most companies will say...
  14. WoodturnersWonders has disc and holder/mandrels. ...

    WoodturnersWonders has disc and holder/mandrels. Check Klingspor also.
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    I bought a couple igaging calipers, both digital...

    I bought a couple igaging calipers, both digital and analog.. I seem to grab the analog ones more often than not. both are well built and tough as nails. Accurate and cost much less.
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    3M Cubitron Extract II gets my vote. This stuff...

    3M Cubitron Extract II gets my vote. This stuff is amazing. Cuts fast, doesn't clog, last a long time, and isn't expensive.
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    i use a venturi type pump on my lathe, but you...

    i use a venturi type pump on my lathe, but you have to have an air compressor to run it. Preferably one with a large air tank. I also use an inexpensive Robinair (if there is such a thing), that is...
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    Eagle makes several size drums. I use their 20...

    Eagle makes several size drums. I use their 20 gal. with my small DD on my Ridgid vac. I have a 30 gal. galv. trash can under my SDD cyclone and 2 hp DC. I almost bought a 30 gal. Eagle container...
  19. Malcolm, are you looking to use one to make...

    Malcolm, are you looking to use one to make knives, or to just re-sharpen? I have a WorkSharp Ken Onion Edition that does a nice job sharpening. They have several different models that may fit your...
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    Try this link....

    Try this link.
    https://www.rubberchucky.com/store/c43/SPHERE_MAKING_CHUCKIES.html#/

    This company makes some nice products, I have used several of their other products with great results, but not...
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    I've never tried the standaard, but have tried...

    I've never tried the standaard, but have tried and love the net. Sands fast, last a long time compared to other brands, and the dust extraction when paired with a vac is superb. As long as I'm able...
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    Another cog in the supply chain wheel is the...

    Another cog in the supply chain wheel is the tariffs that were imposed on imports from China to try and fair-up the trade in-balance. These companies have found that the consumers are willing to pay...
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    It has been proven over and over that women have...

    It has been proven over and over that women have steadier hands then men do. My oldest daughter took welding in FFA in high school some 16+ years ago and went to the Ga. FFA State Convention and won...
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    I've used them when I started out woodworking and...

    I've used them when I started out woodworking and was on a tight budget. You get what you pay for. For me they would not last long on hardwood. They are ok for ply edges, but will not stay sharp...
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    Is it possible for you to make an adapter out of...

    Is it possible for you to make an adapter out of ply? I've done that before and it worked fine. Cut the hole in the ply to what you need, drill holes in the lid to match DD, add silicone or...
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