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    One possibility is that the needle is not seating...

    One possibility is that the needle is not seating cleanly in the fluid nozzle, so a little fluid dribbles through. It is dribbling when the trigger has turned off the air flow, so the dribbles may...
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    You're making an object with a round inclusion in...

    You're making an object with a round inclusion in the center. If you could tolerate a square inclusion in the center, it would be a lot easier to make, and the glue lines would be reliably thin.
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    Sanding the elliptical profile is going to be...

    Sanding the elliptical profile is going to be difficult with most power sanders. They all (specifically including this drum brusher/sander) have a naturally flat sanding surface. They'll sand the...
  4. Cyclones can be used either as push or pull. In...

    Cyclones can be used either as push or pull. In the pull case, the impeller is downstream of the cyclone, so air is being pulled through the cyclone. In the push case, the impeller is upstream of...
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    If thereís going to be rain on this outdoor...

    If thereís going to be rain on this outdoor table, look out for water pooling in those drawers.
  6. What you may find is this. The dust-laden air...

    What you may find is this. The dust-laden air goes into the trailer, and an equal amount of air has to get out of the trailer. If there's perfect separation between the air and the dust inside the...
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    Pull the dimensions off an existing bag. Google...

    Pull the dimensions off an existing bag. Google with those dimensions. Youíll find a million. It is just a bag. It doesnít have any special woodworking qualifications.
  8. My first vacuum press had an oil pump which I got...

    My first vacuum press had an oil pump which I got nearly for free. It was a mess. I built a filter for the outlet, but it was still annoying. I replaced it pretty quickly.
  9. Got links to the sanders youíre considering? The...

    Got links to the sanders youíre considering? The ones Iíve found under those brand names donít appear to have dust collection. That would be a complete non-starter in my shop.
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    General finishes makes a dye stain named Vintage...

    General finishes makes a dye stain named Vintage Cherry which isnít too ghastly.
  11. I use a 1 1/4" ordinary straight bit. Nothing...

    I use a 1 1/4" ordinary straight bit. Nothing fancy, nor expensive. Use it until it gets dull, and go get a new one.
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    My LT16HD is from 1999, and it has been a champ. ...

    My LT16HD is from 1999, and it has been a champ. The pictured one is kinda beat up. Rust all over, obvious wear. Considering the looks, I'd sure want to cut some wood on it before I'd put money...
  13. Thanks for posting, Scott. I now no longer have...

    Thanks for posting, Scott. I now no longer have shaper envy.
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    It looks like the one from Benchcrafted. There...

    It looks like the one from Benchcrafted. There are others out there; google with "swing-out seat" or "swing-out stool". You'll also find shop-built wooden ones, which are cool.
  15. Between this ripping sled and your long fence,...

    Between this ripping sled and your long fence, you seem set. However for me straight-lining long boards is better done with a track saw, or a skill saw and a straightedge. This is one of those...
  16. Perhaps you're thinking about Blum's 155 degree...

    Perhaps you're thinking about Blum's 155 degree hinge. Blum's app notes for it show a "zero protrusion" installation.

    But I install pullouts all the time, and don't bother buying those specific...
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    That sure is lovely lumber.

    That sure is lovely lumber.
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    In the sewing world there are mechanical pencils...

    In the sewing world there are mechanical pencils with white leads. .7mm leads. You can find them on Amazon. They work well on dark woods.
  19. If you want stainless pins, you can buy 1/16" rod...

    If you want stainless pins, you can buy 1/16" rod (1.6mm) in stainless from McMaster Carr. 3 ft for ten bucks.
  20. You say "conventional dowel jig", so I'm thinking...

    You say "conventional dowel jig", so I'm thinking you're making wooden dowels. But you also say "stainless dowel pins", so maybe you're making metal pins. Which is it? The solutions would be...
  21. You should. There's rules here about posting...

    You should.

    There's rules here about posting a link to your own company, for fear of inundation by advertisers. I think you post it as part of your personal info. And then in a regular thread...
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    Roger, the link you gave goes to a peel whose...

    Roger, the link you gave goes to a peel whose description reads in part "This item is either made of wood or designed to mimic the look of natural wood." What's up with that "designed to mimic"? ...
  23. Yes. Is there a smacking-my-forehead emoji?

    Yes. Is there a smacking-my-forehead emoji?
  24. Western Dovetail. www.drawer.com Good people,...

    Western Dovetail. www.drawer.com Good people, good products.
  25. 80/20 offers something they call a slide-in...

    80/20 offers something they call a slide-in T-nut. Use that, and run the screws up from underneath your melamine sheet. No holes in the aluminum.
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