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    1\2" rapid air is what I have in my home shop,...

    1\2" rapid air is what I have in my home shop, never had an issue. I dont like working with 3/4" as we have that at work. Much more durable than the 1/2" but for home use I'd just go with that. just...
  2. I always make my own so I can get the dimensions...

    I always make my own so I can get the dimensions exactly to the machine. I use mainly 1 1/4" angle iron and gusset the corners if the machine is really heavy. Cut short sections of angle iron and...
  3. I've had the DW758 in my auto shop business for...

    I've had the DW758 in my auto shop business for at least 4 years. It gets used and abused daily and still works like a champ. It has decent power for the price, I'd give it a 2 thumbs up. I'm sure...
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    Well done! The walnut goes well with the maple,...

    Well done! The walnut goes well with the maple, keep up the nice work!
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    I've rolled on the black Rust oleum before. I...

    I've rolled on the black Rust oleum before. I made a couple of "artist centers" for my daughter and niece. The pieces I rolled were approx. 30" square. It was super easy to apply and worked very...
  6. Get your joinery figured out first, splines are a...

    Get your joinery figured out first, splines are a good option. We have a very large (and heavy!!) mirror in our hall that is attached with a cleat and stop blocks to insure it doesnt get knocked off...
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    Hi Tim, Does Felder offer a silent power cutting...

    Hi Tim, Does Felder offer a silent power cutting head that will fit in my AD741? Its a green/gray model with digi drive.
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    I carry one in my truck all the time. They come...

    I carry one in my truck all the time. They come in very useful. You can charge charge a cell battery or jump start a car. Now you cant get a ton of cranking amps out of those small cables but if you...
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    A sliding table is nice on pretty much any...

    A sliding table is nice on pretty much any machine IMO. Like Rod mentioned, cutting tenon's with a slider is really nice.
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    I will 2nd what Joe J. said. I switched over from...

    I will 2nd what Joe J. said. I switched over from separate Powermatic tablesaw and shaper to a KF700SP. I love the space savings of my Felder but it seems whenever I'm using the shaper setup I have...
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    I think they used orange on some midline machines...

    I think they used orange on some midline machines mid 2000's to maybe 2014? If you are talking the orange and grey that should be pretty close.
  12. Source for exterior door glass inserts

    I have 3 exterior doors that I will be making soon. 2 of them I would like to do with decorative glass inserts, does anyone have a somewhat affordable source for them?
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    Thats a pretty easy chioce the FB510 is a super...

    Thats a pretty easy chioce the FB510 is a super nice saw. I've looked pretty close at both, and would not consider the PM vs a Felder. A Mini Max would be next on my list over the PM.
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    Just beautiful work, wood choice and contrasts...

    Just beautiful work, wood choice and contrasts are spot on. I have always wanted to do a Maloof chair. Very intimidating to me though.
  15. Thread: BMW Owners

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    Hey Van, I'd love a 2008 or newer convertible....

    Hey Van, I'd love a 2008 or newer convertible. The V8 they have now has so much power and they sound so nice. Just fell in love the car. This would be a summer car and the market is 25k + for them so...
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    LOL, I will say I love my 535xi, been trying to...

    LOL, I will say I love my 535xi, been trying to convince my wife we need a newer M3......its not going so well.
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    Good info Prashun, Interesting that you used...

    Good info Prashun, Interesting that you used transtint first? One would think that would darken the oak to where the grey would not overcome it. I will give this a try!! I have that shade in...
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    Grey tone finish for red oak?

    I'm building a bathroom vanity for our home. All of mill work in the house is red oak, so my wife decided we should stick with red oak for the vanity, but she wants a different finish. She chose a...
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    To hold my edge guide firmly in place. I did use...

    To hold my edge guide firmly in place. I did use a plunge router, that is the only way IMO. Yes I'll agree its "white knuckle work" as its the last step in a nice top. I did a few test runs on scrap...
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    I've just used an edge guide and clamps for this...

    I've just used an edge guide and clamps for this application. Some careful measuring and a little chisel work in the corners and you will be done in no time. I'm assuming something like this?
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  21. Did you resize the pics? Most of the time that is...

    Did you resize the pics? Most of the time that is the issue I have when I get this message.

    BTW, I did watch your video, very nice craftsmanship!!! I really like the design, very nice.
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    Very nice Adam!! I'm assuming you template routed...

    Very nice Adam!! I'm assuming you template routed the corner posts? I have done that in the past and really like the look. As Glenn stated I'd like to see some pics when you put a finish on it....
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    A shaper is more for raising panels and cutting...

    A shaper is more for raising panels and cutting larger profiles, using larger tooling. You can get a router bit adapter for a shaper but the lower spindle speed doesn't work well with most router...
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    I didn't care for mine either. Felt like I was...

    I didn't care for mine either. Felt like I was spreading glue with a comb. Its in my pile of "looked like a good idea" tools.
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    Ok, very good info. I will stay away from the...

    Ok, very good info. I will stay away from the bandsaw. I'm leaning more towards a jigsaw to get it close, I do have a spindle sander so that will most likely be my option for final dimensions. I have...
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