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  1. Sticky: Count me in Keith!

    Count me in Keith!
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    The spray shellac, while handy to have around,...

    The spray shellac, while handy to have around, has never really been a replacement for Seal Coat in my shop. I use it for many things. A shellac primer like Zinsser BIN may do two jobs at once for...
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    Shellac. 414780414779

    Shellac.

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  4. Creeping with contractor saws has been traced to...

    Creeping with contractor saws has been traced to a cracked trunnion casting in my past. I would get it aligned, make a few cuts, scratch my head and re-align and have it go out again, A crack in...
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    That looks like sanding marks showing through the...

    That looks like sanding marks showing through the additional coats. If this is so, you will need to get down to where the sanding marks originally were, get them removed and then rebuild your coats.
  6. Jointer/planer combination machines seem to come...

    Jointer/planer combination machines seem to come in two flavors, good and bad. The good ones are a joy where the bad ones may have one or more of the following traits; a fence that is awkward to...
  7. Consider the era. What defines popular culture...

    Consider the era. What defines popular culture for one age is different for another. Can you imagine your great grandfather‘s reaction to plastering selfie’s all over the planet :-)
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    Obviously a picture of your fence and saw would...

    Obviously a picture of your fence and saw would help. I added this Align-a-Rip to my Craftsman/Emerson contractor saw.

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    This fence went on a Rockwell contractor saw when I sold it and...
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    I just always assumed the shop gods were using...

    I just always assumed the shop gods were using these events to teach me humility.
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    Sorry I was late. Could've saved some troub...

    Sorry I was late. Could've saved some trouble. The Acculink works well. I even have sections mixed with Fenner without issue.
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    My Wonder dog. 414230 Her eating pose. ...

    My Wonder dog.

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    Her eating pose.

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    I’ve been hunting and gathering since the early...

    I’ve been hunting and gathering since the early 2000’s and have yet to approach $12,000. Congratulations. Certainly we have some folks on here who spend on a slider or a combo machine very near what...
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    If you Want to save money on your filters, by a...

    If you Want to save money on your filters, by a clean stream. I’m running the same clean stream filter in my Ridgid I bought in 2003. I have a couple of them. When one gets dirty you hit it with the...
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    Love it. I know some folks say holding it is...

    Love it. I know some folks say holding it is like holding spaghetti but, I disagree.

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    Confident, controllable grip. Many variations are possible.
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    I have Smoothed/Crowned rubber tires with...

    I have Smoothed/Crowned rubber tires with sandpaper. It is not difficult and I would not hesitate to give it a try. If you go to replace the tires, unless they are specially shaped, I would use the...
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    My experience is also similar to Mike’s. Anytime...

    My experience is also similar to Mike’s. Anytime I work on a valve, I replace it with a new high-quality valve. The future mess is not worth The small savings.
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    This is what I do.

    This is what I do.
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    It's like a sliding dovetail slot, right?

    It's like a sliding dovetail slot, right?
  19. Agreed. Worst case scenario use the barrel bolts...

    Agreed. Worst case scenario use the barrel bolts that they have available for this.
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    Again, what is right for me may not be right for...

    Again, what is right for me may not be right for you. In milling lumber true and square I require a jointed face first. This is the reference surface for my edge jointing. It is the reference...
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    A good blade will make things seem wonderful. A...

    A good blade will make things seem wonderful. A good blade is only part of the equation. A well aligned saw will cut pretty clean with a merely decent blade. Even a great blade will always leave...
  22. Yep, replacement or return; that beast is...

    Yep, replacement or return; that beast is defective. If you see another one at the seller and it has the same problem I would move on to something else. That one, as shown, is never going to be...
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    John, Congrats on upping your game. What you...

    John, Congrats on upping your game. What you plan to do and what space you have to do it in will contribute directly to your machine selection. We can't always take the better path due to budget,...
  24. What Randy said. Something is wrong here. At...

    What Randy said. Something is wrong here. At that price-point you want it right.
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    It is unfortunate when folks are driven to the...

    It is unfortunate when folks are driven to the short-cone due to height restrictions but, we gotta do what we can given our situation. The poor separation topic comes up almost immediately on these,...
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