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    I have a 4" duct at the rear of the compartment...

    I have a 4" duct at the rear of the compartment and a door with holes in the front. Between the vents and the throat opening of the router (which varies with your insert) you want about the surface...
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    I hear ya. I've already saved several trips back...

    I hear ya. I've already saved several trips back and forth to the temp-shop. I made some progress on the wall to the right of the tool cabinet. I hung a lot of clamps here just to get them out of...
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    I unloaded the plane till so it could be moved. ...

    I unloaded the plane till so it could be moved. It is depressing to see this much dust on these things. Not that they don't normally get dusty . . . it's just that this is the wrong kind of dust...
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    Using a variety of MacGyver methods to avoid...

    Using a variety of MacGyver methods to avoid lifting anything heavy I got three whole cleats up on the wall yesterday :D. This is my tablesaw and router table jig wall. The jigs shown are just...
  5. My grizzly also allows the inlet and exhaust to...

    My grizzly also allows the inlet and exhaust to be installed in several orientations around the compass. If you truly want a left-handed psych loan then Clearview as the one I know of. I’m sure...
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    I have a few. Most used is 36 x 26 allowing for...

    I have a few. Most used is 36 x 26 allowing for 24 inches comfortably between the fences.
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    I'm with the other responders. I also have a...

    I'm with the other responders. I also have a Delta 1HP buried over in the corner somewhere, sleeping. Even with a properly sized aftermarket bag from American Fabric Filter (which did wonders for...
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    The first time I saw those an image of a horse...

    The first time I saw those an image of a horse with a seat belt came to mind. If you're one who puts a blade on and runs it to the end of its life the inconvenience would not be so great. If you...
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    Agreed. The ability to move through the shop...

    Agreed. The ability to move through the shop without having to do a carefully choreographed dance routine will be a bonus. Alas, the increased costs over the last couple years had me making tough...
  10. Cool idea John. Thanks!

    Cool idea John. Thanks!
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    It's funny . . . 464583 . . . these machines...

    It's funny . . .
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    . . . these machines don't seem nearly as big as they did in the old shop.
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    I finished up the S-curve in the DC shed. The...

    I finished up the S-curve in the DC shed. The S-curve assembly was surprisingly stout once taped. Despite this I wanted some support in the event of an errant bump so I built a three point ...
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    Update - All is well on the port heights ;-)...

    Update - All is well on the port heights ;-)
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    After percolating quite a while I decided that the pipe below the last wye could just fill with spoil as it may. The action of the dust...
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    The doc says I am off light duty and can move to...

    The doc says I am off light duty and can move to "medium" duty. I am also done with my PT which pretty much made every day useless for the last 2 weeks . . . sheesh! Moving on . . .

    I don't...
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    Just some more real world input here. I run a...

    Just some more real world input here. I run a Dust Deputy ahead of a large Rigid shop vac. So little gets by the DD that I eliminated the vac's barrel and moved to a more compact filter box. Like...
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    You didn't include the time spent to change your...

    You didn't include the time spent to change your pants :D. Seriously, good save and just kidding about the pants thing.



    I fired my safety mechanism on some conductive material and the event...
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    If the gib screws are in place I think that much...

    If the gib screws are in place I think that much drop is going to be beyond anything that a shim can correct. The gib screws allow a lot of movement if they have been erroneously backed off. Table...
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    The thread is certainly a good presentation of...

    The thread is certainly a good presentation of the wide range of varied opinions.
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    Haven't done a lot the last little while due to...

    Haven't done a lot the last little while due to an unrelated interruption. I got a little more done on the ducting.

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    Cut the holes in a couple of wire ways that will mount at the...
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    Minwax Polycrylic is also my go-to when I want...

    Minwax Polycrylic is also my go-to when I want white woods to stay white.
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    I fear the day I have to buy a new refrigerator....

    I fear the day I have to buy a new refrigerator. It appears someone figured out that if they make a refrigerator that lasts 20 years they might only sell you one. If they make one that lasts two or...
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    It is just a speedier way to do a lot of sizes of...

    It is just a speedier way to do a lot of sizes of floating tenon joinery. When my requirement is too large or too small or otherwise not suitable for the Domino I use mortise chisels, a router or...
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    This is indicative of a different topic / problem...

    This is indicative of a different topic / problem :D:D:D
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    I ran a 2 hp cyclone and use the 4 inch port on...

    I ran a 2 hp cyclone and use the 4 inch port on the sander with reasonable success. It is a jet edge sander and the dust hood is somewhat adjustable. I have considered building my own dust hood for a...
  25. Stunning. Wonderful material selection and...

    Stunning. Wonderful material selection and execution. Just beautiful.
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