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    I never said the edge. Most cuts are from more...

    I never said the edge. Most cuts are from more than 2 inches back, from the sides of the lands. Seems no one actually reads. But, as usual, Derek and David actually provided answers, not condemnation
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    Nice find John, but tis too much like work ;) ...

    Nice find John, but tis too much like work ;)

    All my 220 branch circuits are 20amp (as are all of my shop 120 branch circuits), and at that point.. the fact that you have two hot leads really...
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    Bleh, I hate it when they do that. ~1000 pages,...

    Bleh, I hate it when they do that. ~1000 pages, scanned as images, so you can't search them.

    I couldn't find a reference, or chart, for max receptacles on a circuit. I could just be missing it....
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    I can't find filters for any of mine, and can't...

    I can't find filters for any of mine, and can't replace them either.

    They're not available for the same reason N95/P100 etc are difficult to get.

    The KN-95's from Tool Nut are OK, they're ear...
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    I've used the tool rest to do this for so long, I...

    I've used the tool rest to do this for so long, I hadn't even paid attention to new Tormek jigs. I might have to pick one of these up.
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    When you figure out how to pare without touching...

    When you figure out how to pare without touching the chisel, let me know.
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    Not all drawers are in a kitchen.

    Not all drawers are in a kitchen.
  8. We're now seeing the results of a lack of...

    We're now seeing the results of a lack of discipline, we can't act like nothing is happening and wish it away. Ultimately, that means I'm saving a lot more money than I intended... and I'm in the...
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    What's the number.

    What's the number.
  10. I'll second this. Great way to unbox/assemble...

    I'll second this. Great way to unbox/assemble heavy items alone.
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    I've seen 200 year old furniture that was...

    I've seen 200 year old furniture that was beautifully finished, everywhere you could see. Leaving rough planing on the non-show surfaces. Not always the case.. but.. clearly there are/were many...
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    I'd just like to find some that aren't Robertson,...

    I'd just like to find some that aren't Robertson, the torx heads on GRKs etc hold much better. Then again, I use them so infrequently that it's not a huge issue.

    Also, the last screws I got from...
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    A planer that retails for $500 for less than $100...

    A planer that retails for $500 for less than $100 is a scam? I'm shocked.
  14. After a certain point, thickness is really not a...

    After a certain point, thickness is really not a huge difference IMO, but they are 3/32" thick.
  15. I'm going to venture to guess... habit. The...

    I'm going to venture to guess... habit. The method of connecting electrical wiring differs greatly between the US and Europe as well (you don't see wire nuts often in Europe, mostly Wagos) There are...
  16. I mean, I can snap a chalk line and follow it...

    I mean, I can snap a chalk line and follow it too... ;) (with a handsaw or a skillsaw)
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    DOH! I totally missed that previously :) The...

    DOH! I totally missed that previously :)

    The last time I had any work done by a hose shop, it wasn't much more than the cost of 'fancy' diy fittings.. and they were far better anyway
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    It's probably not that expensive to have a hose...

    It's probably not that expensive to have a hose shop crimp on a new end, to be honest.
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    Yeah, the key is to be right. It helps to have...

    Yeah, the key is to be right. It helps to have cred as well. Most importantly, it needs to be professional. Being antagonistic does no good.
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    I always love arguing with inspectors. It's fun.

    I always love arguing with inspectors. It's fun.
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    For residential, the NEC does not specify a max #...

    For residential, the NEC does not specify a max # of receptacles on a circuit as I recall.

    So as above, as long as you're not over current limit on the circuit, and you have appropriately sized...
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    The first patent expires in 2021, but can...

    The first patent expires in 2021, but can possibly extended to 2024. There are, however, over 100 associated patents. So, it may take a while..

    Oh and yes, the IP was really the only reason to buy...
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    I cut myself more from the lands than the edge,...

    I cut myself more from the lands than the edge, so I did what Derek did and blunted them, just a bit.
  24. This is what I'd do (the portaband), and yes.....

    This is what I'd do (the portaband), and yes.. pretty much every beam in my house/porch has this detail (corbels)..
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    I have the predecessor to this: ...

    I have the predecessor to this:

    https://www.boschtools.com/us/en/boschtools-ocs/12v-max-drill-drivers-ps22-overview-135880-p/

    To be honest, I don't often use it because I generally just use a...
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