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    HELP...changed email address....

    I changed my email address, now can not access much...
    most pages say I dont have access to this, etc. Even my own profile.
    how can this be fixed?
    the purpose of changing my email address is to...
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    Good post Randy...everything needs to be planned,...

    Good post Randy...everything needs to be planned, most things will not run through drum sander.
    I have a drum sander, but its really a specific tool... very finicky use....
    what grit? 100? what...
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    > I've made lots of furniture for myself and my...

    > I've made lots of furniture for myself and my kids using only 110V machines.

    Valid point... anything is possible... I should have prefaced my response, "240V circuits are more desirable for...
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    ditto what Jim B does.... if u are a ONE man...

    ditto what Jim B does....
    if u are a ONE man shop, u cant run two machines at the same time.
    To the OP,
    agreed, 240 V is so helpful...but with small machines, 120v can suffice.
    think of this in...
  5. Thx Keith... I appreciate the contribution,...

    Thx Keith...
    I appreciate the contribution, interesting...
    but this problem has been consistent over the past 10+ years since I joined, and I surely had way under 500 threads subscribed to, as I...
  6. one last thing... I mentioned previously, the...

    one last thing...
    I mentioned previously, the one oddity, which could lead to a solution is...
    this problem is consistent... when I go under subscriptions, check the box, for one, or ALL the...
  7. Hi Lee, thx for response, and thx to your...

    Hi Lee, thx for response, and thx to your tireless work towards this site, I cant imagine what it takes!
    As u looked at my settings, all was set right... it has always been set right cause over the...
  8. I am gmail user, tried everything in this thread,...

    I am gmail user, tried everything in this thread, no luck...
    all settings are right....
    they have always been right, I used to get notifications, but they stopped for no reason...
    I noticed this...
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    Subscriptions notifications

    pls help...
    under subscriptions, I check the notifications boxes
    leave, come back, they are all unchecked, and I get no notifications?
    this has been an on and off problem ever since I joined the...
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    Hi Sally, sorry for late response, did u load the...

    Hi Sally, sorry for late response, did u load the machines?
    For the benefit of others who read this thread through the years...
    Remarkably my machines made it safe, but it was a short trip, AND, I...
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    Lots to consider, budget being the biggest...

    Lots to consider, budget being the biggest constraint...
    I would offer the following based on my experience...
    I have Byrd Helical head in my planer and jointer...
    previously straight knives in...
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    I think Rons suggestion is even better......

    I think Rons suggestion is even better...
    However, buying containers last year was nearly impossible, demand was through the roof.
    I sold a 16ft container with a garage door on end (so could not...
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    I too just built... about 1400sf + 300sf of shed...

    I too just built... about 1400sf + 300sf of shed space for wood storage and supply storage.
    I downsized a lot, to make it work, but sadly still too tight for my liking.
    I have TS, BS, J and PL, oh,...
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    I agree with Jim here.... I used two packrat 16'...

    I agree with Jim here....
    I used two packrat 16' containers to move household goods and some of my machines, 700-1000lbs each. I would never do it again. And I only moved them 400 miles. The...
  15. John, thx for your comments on the accu slicer......

    John, thx for your comments on the accu slicer...
    Maybe its more useful with hired employees to prevent them from doing something stupid and injuring themselves. There is another one or two of...
  16. Charley, ty for that detailed response. I often...

    Charley, ty for that detailed response.
    I often thought about buying a sandblaster module....but feared all the added accessories required...
    your post brought it to light....
    not just cost, but...
  17. Nice post, thx for sharing... I have not done a...

    Nice post, thx for sharing...
    I have not done a lot of very thin re sawing, but I might have some projects coming up that require a lot of thin veneers, so I have been gathering info on re sawing...
  18. I am curious if only WP makes such a large...

    I am curious if only WP makes such a large precision square at 26"...
    any others on the market that are precisioned, vs construction grade?
    I own TSO clamp on squares... IMO, too small, and the...
  19. Great thread, I think most people encounter this...

    Great thread, I think most people encounter this issue, specially for large panels...
    I have a PM2k, but can not break down sheets on it, too big, requires too much shop space, and should have two...
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    I am on board with most posters here... a very...

    I am on board with most posters here...
    a very clever tool...does a lot, more options than domino, albeit a bit slower.
    but I too think WP over prices tools in anticipation of very low volume......
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    Harvey table saws looks very feature rich in the...

    Harvey table saws looks very feature rich in the ads I see in email...
    and very cost competitive for sure!
    I have not heard much feedback though from end users...
    glad this thread started...
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    you got some great advise here, and the usual...

    you got some great advise here, and the usual bickering, welcome to SMC ;)
    Just a few bits of input after tackling this myself...
    1 Much depends on what u start with, wood type, and size of wood,...
  23. Wow, some serious experienced CNC users here......

    Wow, some serious experienced CNC users here... Impressive Wes.

    I had my sales consult call with Avid today. A few highlights.

    1) Avid is moving to 4HP spindle, introduced today, air cooled....
  24. Chris, thx for the feedback on the SO. I would...

    Chris, thx for the feedback on the SO. I would never crawl on my knees ;)
    they were not designed for that, specially at our age!!
    valid point about the reaching.... of course the appeal of the...
  25. Most of the CNC's I have been around, seemed as...

    Most of the CNC's I have been around, seemed as loud as my large router when cutting. I guess the fact the spindle makes less noise than the router while not cutting, the total net noise is less.......
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