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    Maybe just pick up one of these, avoids any...

    Maybe just pick up one of these, avoids any problems with misscommunication with your friend which can be as dangerous as the walk around. ...
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    Yes I use a featherboard regularilly especially...

    Yes I use a featherboard regularilly especially if the cut requires precision. I also have an outfeed table and don't ever regret adding it. Doing the walk around is asking for trouble.
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    I trust you wash it in between��

    I trust you wash it in between��
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    My Ridgid has a 3/4" miter slot (although it is a...

    My Ridgid has a 3/4" miter slot (although it is a bit oversized) and while I agree it could be used as Andy describes I don't recall using it that way very often, all depends on what you are making I...
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    Assuming you were using a router table with a...

    Assuming you were using a router table with a lift, have you ruled out the possibility that the problem is with the lift slipping? I have a shop made lift and sometimes the lift lowers the bit...
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    You don't say which way it is bowed. Is it bowed...

    You don't say which way it is bowed. Is it bowed out viewing from the front or in? Is the bow vertical or horizontal? Picture would help.
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    I think the idea that a radial arm saw is the...

    I think the idea that a radial arm saw is the most dangerous tool is because there are so many different cuts you can make, some of which are dangerous but crosscutting is not one of them. What could...
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    Instead of copper or aluminum which are both good...

    Instead of copper or aluminum which are both good conductors how about this?
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    I prefer the design by Laney Shaughnessy, the...

    I prefer the design by Laney Shaughnessy, the table mounts to the back of the saw similar to April's design but rather than legs to support the back end it uses a sliding dovetail support at 45...
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    Here's my dust collection solution and my plywood...

    Here's my dust collection solution and my plywood wrench. The black hose section is if I recall a 4" downspout extension. I can expand or contract the length and bend it side to side or up and down...
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    Don't know the size of the thread but I solved...

    Don't know the size of the thread but I solved the problem of getting the nut off and on easily by making a small "wrench" out of scrap plywood. Previously I often put a pair of pliers on it and...
  12. I wonder if the core wood is less dense than...

    I wonder if the core wood is less dense than bamboo and the reason was to come up with a stronger lighter handle by using the combination of woods.
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    We visited there last fall, interesting factoid...

    We visited there last fall, interesting factoid "Cheese-making was a minor part of Tillamook County’s dairy industry until 1894, when cheesemakers Harry Ogden and T.S. Townsend induced Canadian...
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    Have not but I would be concerned that it would...

    Have not but I would be concerned that it would be hard to clean. With vertical orientation, when you clean either by blowing from outside with compressed air or using inside beater bar (or whatever...
  15. If your on a tight budget build a Thien baffle as...

    If your on a tight budget build a Thien baffle as the first stage with a good powerful shop vac, you won't need a big gallon size as most of the dust will be collected in the Thien baffle collector....
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    Just don't try to do it all in one pass and the...

    Just don't try to do it all in one pass and the lighter the last pass the better the finish.
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    Just wondering why you put the vertical pipe to...

    Just wondering why you put the vertical pipe to the left of the blade? I assume you don't work with sheet goods?
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    Make sure you sticker it when you bring it in.

    Make sure you sticker it when you bring it in.
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    You can add a template with double sided tape for...

    You can add a template with double sided tape for the bearing to ride on, just make sure you take several light passes before the final pass with the bearing firmly against the template, maybe put a...
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    I have a three Thien baffles one on an old shop...

    I have a three Thien baffles one on an old shop vac canister, one on a Home Depot 5 gal bucket and the third on a Rubbermaid garbage can. In each case I routed a groove to fit over the top of the...
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    I have a similar one on my saw that uses a shop...

    I have a similar one on my saw that uses a shop made cam to hold it in place.
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    Check out bullnose router bits....

    Check out bullnose router bits.
    https://www.amazon.ca/Yonico-13515-Bullnose-Router-Carbide/dp/B00KZM1BV0
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    Yeah but is it biodegradable and gluten free?...

    Yeah but is it biodegradable and gluten free? Well done, always good to reuse, good for the wallet and the planet.
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    And more people are travelling to more places and...

    And more people are travelling to more places and potentially bringing back the virus.
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    Can't really add much to what Lee said other than...

    Can't really add much to what Lee said other than I make a habit of holding a second push stick in my left hand so if I need to reach in for any reason my hand is well clear of the blade. Note in...
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