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    Put down PT 2x4's on the flat, lay in 1 1/2 rigid...

    Put down PT 2x4's on the flat, lay in 1 1/2 rigid foam (home centers/building supply) between them, vapor barrier on top then 3/4" t&g OSB. Only adds 2 1/4 inches of height, but much warmer, drier...
  2. Itís more about accessibility on all sides as...

    Itís more about accessibility on all sides as itís going to be a tight squeeze in a shed. Might not be a huge issue, but I felt it necessary to list in the cons based on space.
  3. Good advice, but no sanders here.

    Good advice, but no sanders here.
  4. Canít do a clear view, not enough headroom. *why*...

    Canít do a clear view, not enough headroom. *why* would you avoid the c flux?
  5. I've read the others, I've still questions. a.k.a. Dust collector decision

    For your consideration. I'm in the decision process for a new dust collector. Currently have a PSI two-bagger which is woefully inadequate to accommodate my central duct system. Current ductwork...
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    Thien Top Hat for 6" inlet

    Given the results of my searches, there's no shortage of posting on this topic, but I'm wondering, is there any definitive plan out there? Some (seemingly) crucial dimensions never seem to get...
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    Good idea, Jim, but no scroll saw. Thanks! On...

    Good idea, Jim, but no scroll saw. Thanks!

    On a side note, it's a cool optical illusion how different those look based on the grain pattern running through them. Or is that just me?
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    *Exactly* the kind of ideas I'm looking for! ...

    *Exactly* the kind of ideas I'm looking for! Thanks! (Maybe I could trademark the name HotRack! and make a killing! :-) )
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    looking for simple ideas

    looking for your best ideas for simple, one-piece 'projects', though that may be too generous a term. Looking for items to fashion to give away at an upcoming 'open-shop'. currently thinking along...
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    Thanks! Again, good info.

    Thanks! Again, good info.
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    Thanks guys, for the advice and links. Yes, I am...

    Thanks guys, for the advice and links. Yes, I am guilty of not searching first. Mea Culpa!
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    first carving chisels

    If one were to get their fist, oh, 1/2 dozen chisels, what would be the starting set that you would recommend?

    I'd specifically like to learn to carve shells (concave and convex), acanthus leaves...
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    Thanks, Mikail.

    Thanks, Mikail.
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    dust collection pre-separator setup

    So I'm setting up the preseparator for my dust collector. In the picture, the center opening is straight, while the perimeter opening has an elbow inside the can. Should I direct my inflow to the...
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    I would avoid the Reeves-type drive. Especially...

    I would avoid the Reeves-type drive. Especially avoid it if your shop ever gets cold.


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  16. Thanks, Robert, that's exactly it.

    Thanks, Robert, that's exactly it.
  17. source for adjustable (segmented) air nozzle?

    I'm looking to add a blower nozzle, similar to what one would find on a scroll saw, to my drill press. Does anyone have a source for something like this that would hook up to an air compressor? ...
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    Don't need high Q, just don't want it leaving a...

    Don't need high Q, just don't want it leaving a bunch of bristles in the glue line, which is what's happening with these. Don't know where these came from, bought the house from a retired WW'er who...
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    Glue / Acid brushes?

    What's your best (read: least expensive) source for acid brushes? It seems like the second they're called 'glue' or 'woodworking' brushes, the price quadruples.

    Thanks!

    Joe
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    Thanks everyone for the help. Lots of good...

    Thanks everyone for the help. Lots of good resources here.
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    Helps quite a bit, thanks!

    Helps quite a bit, thanks!
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    stanley 113 types?

    What are the different types (type 1, etc..) of Stanley #113's? Doing a little research.
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    book on chinese joinery

    Anyone have a favorite/recommended book on chinese furniture joinery?

    J
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    aurio vs. japan woodworker rasps

    Does anyone have experience with both of these rasps? Is the difference in price points worth it in the finish (both in tool finish and workpiece finish) and quality? I had a Woodcraft employee...
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    I'd like to get it for my jointer but I won't do...

    I'd like to get it for my jointer but I won't do it on my current 6 inch model. I'll do it when I upgrade to 8 inches.
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