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    I think the one designed by John Ten Eyck is the...

    I think the one designed by John Ten Eyck is the nicest and most versatile I have seen. I know he did a write up about on this site in the last year or so.
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    For diagnosis purposes check both of the...

    For diagnosis purposes check both of the shoulders for square relative to the tenon and to the stock. Maybe only 1 cutter is off. Also, maybe check the resulting tenon without pulling the stock back...
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    It's a shame about the first top. The way you...

    It's a shame about the first top. The way you arranged the grain is gorgeous.
  4. Since you are in Japan, my first thought is to...

    Since you are in Japan, my first thought is to try a tatami mat. 50-70mm of dense organic matter should absorb vibration and be sufficiently firm to work on.

    Michael
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    Hot Knives can grind that profile for you if you...

    Hot Knives can grind that profile for you if you have the Amana head already. Prices are reasonable.
  6. That is exactly what you are looking for Phillip....

    That is exactly what you are looking for Phillip. Additionally, you will need the bearing, part #61599 which you could use with other collars of different diameters.
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    That is what I was aiming for with this piece. I...

    That is what I was aiming for with this piece. I hope with some small degree of success. 470924
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    If you are looking for Martin level in bandsaws,...

    If you are looking for Martin level in bandsaws, look no farther than Hema.

    https://www.hema-saegen.de/en/home/products/bandsaw-technology/

    I have an older UH630 and it is a remarkable machine.
  9. I like where you are going with that Albert. Here...

    I like where you are going with that Albert. Here is another option. Keep the tenon on the vertical member. Run it through the horizontal and up into the rafter. Draw-bore through the rafter to keep...
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    I have cut 2 inch tenons with the Amana 200mm...

    I have cut 2 inch tenons with the Amana 200mm groover.
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  11. I think Scott and Sargent have the SCM bolt on...

    I think Scott and Sargent have the SCM bolt on table available

    https://www.scosarg.com/t130nst-sliding-table-for-spindle-moulder
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    Very elegant Mark. Nice use of wood grain and...

    Very elegant Mark. Nice use of wood grain and lovely finish.

    Michael
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    How wonderful! May your shavings always be...

    How wonderful! May your shavings always be unbroken.
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    Elegant, graceful and deceptively simple. I love...

    Elegant, graceful and deceptively simple. I love it.

    Michael
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    Great work Scott and a special story. Michael

    Great work Scott and a special story.

    Michael
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    Thanks for the response. I am glad to hear that...

    Thanks for the response. I am glad to hear that when covered rehabbing is less than every three years.

    I did mortise in some PVC feet to keep it off the ground.

    Michael
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    I keep it covered when not in use, which should...

    I keep it covered when not in use, which should minimize the rate of degrade. Beyond that do you have any recommendations for upkeep?

    Michael
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    Nice repair John. What kind of glass is that? ...

    Nice repair John. What kind of glass is that?

    Michael
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    Way to spoil yourself with a first class project....

    Way to spoil yourself with a first class project. Beautiful work.
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    Patio Table

    Just finished up this patio table and benches. It is Red Grandis. I enjoyed working with it and found it stable and pleasant to work with. Medium density. Lots of Mortises and tenons. 6 coats of...
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    Thank you for sharing your project Axel. What a...

    Thank you for sharing your project Axel. What a great idea. I want to make one now too.

    Michael
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    Keegan, I would use an RPC for the Maka. The...

    Keegan,

    I would use an RPC for the Maka. The Maka motor cycles on and off for each mortise and might be tricky doing that control from a VFD.

    Michael
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    Phillip, I ended up getting a Laguna Driftmaster...

    Phillip, I ended up getting a Laguna Driftmaster fence and have been quite happy with it.

    Michael

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    Nice fit Mark. The coolest top I have ever seen....

    Nice fit Mark. The coolest top I have ever seen.

    Michael
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    Love the proportions of that cherry door/entry...

    Love the proportions of that cherry door/entry way Mark.
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