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    I have to agree with Brice. That end is what I...

    I have to agree with Brice. That end is what I think is called a barbed fitting, so the tubing just pushes onto that fitting.
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    i agree with Mel -- beautiful edge, superbly done!

    i agree with Mel -- beautiful edge, superbly done!
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    Bernie, Chuck’s reply is 100% dead on — the...

    Bernie,

    Chuck’s reply is 100% dead on — the caulk will only ‘work’ properly if if it only adheres to two surfaces. So put backer rod in first and then caulk it. But if you’re going to ultimately...
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    Sticky: Keith, David, I too am interested. David, I...

    Keith, David,

    I too am interested. David, I will send you a PM as i will be in Austin in June. I’d like to visit you then.
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    I particularly like the use of the Grizzly logo...

    I particularly like the use of the Grizzly logo from the crate on the bottom beam/stretcher! VERY nicely done!! Two thumbs up!
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    Some pictures maybe?
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    Wow! I just store my cans of finish upside down...

    Wow! I just store my cans of finish upside down on the shelf! I've been doing it for years and all the finishes last a long time.
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    Thank You Leo Van Der Loo

    A while back a thread was started about dust control / dust collection, and Mr. Van Der Loo posted a picture that he 'cut out' of a picture of his shop. It was a picture of a dust collector made with...
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    Perry, all I can say is that had you been...

    Perry, all I can say is that had you been anywhere near those of us in the GCWA in Houston, we would have devoured that cherry! We don't get anything like that in our part of the world. We have to...
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    Thomas, there is no 1” scraper in the set. There...

    Thomas, there is no 1” scraper in the set. There are two skews, one oval and one ‘usual’. This is the exact same set I started with, and still have and use. I agree with the comments by both Fred...
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    I store nearly all my finishes (except CA) upside...

    I store nearly all my finishes (except CA) upside down. It might seems somewhat counterintuitive, but, if you think about it, air in the container is what hastens the degradation of the finish in...
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    My many thanks to one and all for the responses! ...

    My many thanks to one and all for the responses! They've for the most part been great. Larry, your bit is pretty much exactly what I envisioned.

    What I have to make are some boards ~ 3/4" thick,...
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    IMO, you can beat the Frugal Vacuum Chuck setup. ...

    IMO, you can beat the Frugal Vacuum Chuck setup. I bought mine at SWAT a couple years ago, and love it! I can have it up and running in about a minute. Works great, holds great, stores compactly,...
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    John, thanks. The largest spade bit I can find...

    John, thanks. The largest spade bit I can find is 1-1/2", and I need some tapered holes (15* taper) that top-out at 1-3/4", so I can't grind down a store-bought paddle bit. The brazing idea is...
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    Making a Spade Bit

    I want to make a spade bit (aka a paddle bit), for a special project, and I'm wondering what kind of steel I should start with. Carbon steel, like 1045? Or 4140/4142? Or what? I have access to a...
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    Two-Inch Spade Bit

    Hello All,

    I need to drill a series of tapered holes through some 3/4" (19mm) pine , and I think a tapered spade bit would work perfectly after I grind a taper on each side. The larger diameter...
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    Can anyone explain the differences between the...

    Can anyone explain the differences between the two 'kinds' of RZ masks? The M1 vs. the M2?
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    PSI and CS both sell the stylus tips as a...

    PSI and CS both sell the stylus tips as a separate item, I think to possibly convert a pen to a stylus (or to replace them if they wear out). Do you think that might work?
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    Warm Weather!! It's 80 degrees in Houston! We...

    Warm Weather!! It's 80 degrees in Houston! We were wearing shorts for Christmas!!!!
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    Well everyone, I need to retract or correct my earlier reply. I was going from memory when I said I use the bottom hole, but I discovered yesterday that there are four holes, three of which are...
  21. I ALWAYS use the bottom hole as the spindle lock...

    I ALWAYS use the bottom hole as the spindle lock on my G0766, with the other end of the pin (the non-threaded end). Works well. Only sometimes the pin falls out before I'm ready to take it out!
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    Thanks for that Steve. It's always great to see...

    Thanks for that Steve. It's always great to see the lights on the lathe. And the clean carpet on the floor beneath that lathe! I can't imagine having carpet below my lathes............
  23. I sure you post pictures of both your setup and...

    I sure you post pictures of both your setup and the completed pieces. I'd love to see them, in case I ever have to do something that long on my 0766!
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    Brian, save the extra money for tools or...

    Brian, save the extra money for tools or accessories or something for your significant other, and get the G0766! If you're tall (6' or so) the spndle height will be spot on. On the higher-speed...
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    I'm with Peter, so +1 for the Frugal VC. I...

    I'm with Peter, so +1 for the Frugal VC. I bought one at SWAT last year and love it! Everything needed in the box, I had mine up and running in under 30 minutes! Very easy to set up, use,...
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