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    While I don't move as fast as I used to... One...

    While I don't move as fast as I used to...

    One thing that bothered me about the cabinet saw was the dust collection was pretty poor. Even with the new Gyro dust processor. An awful amount of...
  2. After making it, did you use the pattern template...

    After making it, did you use the pattern template on both boards?
  3. I have both the 150/3 & 150/5 and use them in...

    I have both the 150/3 & 150/5 and use them in tandem. The 150/5 handles grits from 120 on down. Any grits over 120 gets the 150/3. It's worked well over the years.
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    I had been using a boom box for as far back as I...

    I had been using a boom box for as far back as I can remember. But making CDs and changing them out was getting old so I bought a Walkman and JBL speaker, connected by Bluetooth. I loaded all of my...
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    If the shop vac he's using to suck the waste out...

    If the shop vac he's using to suck the waste out of the Festool bag has a filter, wouldn't he have to be cleaning that shop vac filter along with emptying the shop vac canister? It seems Paulk's...
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    If the wire was correctly sized for voltage drop,...

    If the wire was correctly sized for voltage drop, then there's no room for additional loads to be added. Whatever the pump draws is only part of the full load presently on the #6 wire.

    You have...
  7. That's pretty cool! I like the way you separated...

    That's pretty cool! I like the way you separated the branch between the frames. It stirs up one's curiosity.
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    Adding 2x2s to existing stud walls is the easiest...

    Adding 2x2s to existing stud walls is the easiest way to increase insulation space. It can also be done in ceilings. When I was building my house, the carpenters couldn't get good quality 2x10s for...
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    The stump is said to be from the first eucalyptus...

    The stump is said to be from the first eucalyptus tree planted in Florida. It was 150 years old when it came down. The knotty pine came from our bedroom (which looked like a Wisconsin bar when we...
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    When I'm making cuts with the track saw (Dewalt)...

    When I'm making cuts with the track saw (Dewalt) I either measure from the edge of the wood to some point on the track and clamp or use an adjustable square to the edge of the track. Probably not...
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    My personal experience with Festool tools is they...

    My personal experience with Festool tools is they work and keep on working. I've had a CT26 for about 7 years and it gets almost every day with no sign of quit. I had to replace the top because I...
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    OK. Here's the latest... The loose cord...

    OK. Here's the latest...

    The loose cord situation has been rectified. Now there are no hanging cords to get snagged on. 120v & 240v boxes added to the rear of the saw and their respective cords...
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    My A3-31 came on two pallets. I'm guessing the...

    My A3-31 came on two pallets. I'm guessing the second one was added so a pallet jack could be used. The original one from the factory was too narrow for your standard pallet jack. I'd ask the...
  14. That's pine. It needs to be sealed or you risk...

    That's pine. It needs to be sealed or you risk blotching. And then there's the newer woods used today. They tend to blotch much worse than old growth woods.
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    I recently bought the Dewalt 20V trim router. ...

    I recently bought the Dewalt 20V trim router. You are so right about these tools being handy! Just pick it up and go. And it's the only one of my routers that has a light. We age impaired...
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    And originally I was looking at using Unistrut...

    And originally I was looking at using Unistrut for the legs. Old habits die hard. :rolleyes:

    As for the saw, I gave it a tiny workout yesterday. Not much ripping but enough to see sawdust...
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    And I thought there was light at the end of the...

    And I thought there was light at the end of the tunnel... Silly me.

    https://sawmillcreek.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=457193&d=1620354842

    Old fishing reels were made as part of the bar top...
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    On everything I've seen to this point, dust...

    On everything I've seen to this point, dust collection was accomplished by sucking up whatever fell down from the blade into the cabinet. This saw has a shroud around the blade and a 3" hose that...
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    Legs for the sliding table were modified and...

    Legs for the sliding table were modified and secured to the mobile base. I used Unistrut angles for 900 brackets. It's pretty solid....
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    Had to hide the seam between the slab halves. It...

    Had to hide the seam between the slab halves. It started out with one string inlay then grew from there.

    https://sawmillcreek.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=457009&d=1620133521
    Every fish...
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    Yes. On my other saw I installed a box with...

    Yes. On my other saw I installed a box with separate switches for the router and the saw. Then I put a 10' long SO cord on that for mobility The box was mounted to the front of the table so I...
  22. Another big fan of Freud's Glue Line Rip blade. ...

    Another big fan of Freud's Glue Line Rip blade. Best ripping blade I've used. Much better than the Forrest WWII.
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    I have a DD coupled with a 16 gal. Craftsman shop...

    I have a DD coupled with a 16 gal. Craftsman shop vac. It's a huge waste of space. That canister could be shrunk to a fraction of 16 gallons and it would save a ton of space. All you need is...
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    I wouldn't say cut above but certainly it seems...

    I wouldn't say cut above but certainly it seems for the price they are a pretty good deal. I'm not all that impressed with the cast iron tops. The cast top on my old saw are smoother and seem to be...
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    Thank you, Edwin. I still haven't assembled the...

    Thank you, Edwin. I still haven't assembled the whole thing. Waiting for the router wing to come plus some modifications to do. As for the sliding table, that's one of the mods. Harvey supplies a...
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