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    Most common cause is bottoming out the bit in the...

    Most common cause is bottoming out the bit in the collet. For the collet to tighten properly there has to be a little space for the bit to be pulled in as it’s tightened
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    Brush flashing from roll-up door installation...

    Brush flashing from roll-up door installation company
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    I’ve been self employed since 1982. It’s tough...

    I’ve been self employed since 1982. It’s tough but rewarding in ways other than financial. One thing I’ve noticed is how much entrepreneur sounds like “ I tripped in manure”.
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    It sounds like the slides aren’t set even front...

    It sounds like the slides aren’t set even front to back either in the cabinet or on the drawer
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    Also certainly woods is a good source for veneere

    Also certainly woods is a good source for veneere
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    Thanks again for all the compliments. It is...

    Thanks again for all the compliments. It is veneer with a solid edge.
  7. The dark curved areas look like it was swiped...

    The dark curved areas look like it was swiped with a damp rag prior to staining so absorbed more stain
  8. I can’t speak to phenolic but I know that adding...

    I can’t speak to phenolic but I know that adding a “cool gun” from MSC when milling 100’s it feet of oak and maple rope molding increased time between sharpenings about 10-15 times. I was using a...
  9. If you have to use pliers or a pipe wrench put it...

    If you have to use pliers or a pipe wrench put it on the metal ferell (sp) rather than the wood
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    I would go with the suggestion to rip the...

    I would go with the suggestion to rip the backsplash off a Home Depot or Lowe’s counter top
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    This thing is big and heavy enough it would need...

    This thing is big and heavy enough it would need a pallet plus not being sure whether or not it works I wouldn’t want anyone to put money into shipping
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    I don’t think it would work as a room...

    I don’t think it would work as a room dehumidifier. It doesn’t really have a blower it needs compressed air passing through it.
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    Oops I knew it is a dryer. Don’t know why I said...

    Oops I knew it is a dryer. Don’t know why I said cooler
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    Just thought I’d give this a bump before I haul...

    Just thought I’d give this a bump before I haul it off to the dump
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    Refrigerated air cooler

    Free for the taking. No shipping. Zurn General Air Division
    Model R10A mfg. 3/85
    110v single phase, 11.2 amps 50 scfm
    Ive no idea if it works or not. It was given to me and I never even...
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    Also to help maximize thickness rough cut length...

    Also to help maximize thickness rough cut length of parts prior to any milling. I usually cut 1/2 to 1” long after cutting off all end checks.
  17. Glad to hear it

    Glad to hear it
  18. Curious if you found a solution that worked or...

    Curious if you found a solution that worked or did you have to sand
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    I used felt pads for that. Maybe rubber would be...

    I used felt pads for that. Maybe rubber would be better?
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    Lee, that looks a lot like what I have. A problem...

    Lee, that looks a lot like what I have. A problem I have is that I have routed a groove in the plywood to recess the hardware so I’m locked into the 800mm. Thanks
  21. Wow. Impressive and very nice

    Wow. Impressive and very nice
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    It’s not only the noise but the first one would...

    It’s not only the noise but the first one would bind slightly in a couple spots. The replacement wouldn’t even turn 1/4 turn. I really hesitate to lube the original as the entire Lazy Susan is meant...
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    800mm lazy susan

    Im looking for a 800mm (31-1/2) lazy susan swivel for the rosewood table I recently posted. The one I used was just noisy enough that the homeowner doesnt like it. I ordered another from the same...
  24. Try the kraft paper. When I’m spraying a top that...

    Try the kraft paper. When I’m spraying a top that I can’t reach across but can reach halfway I start by going all the way around spraying the edge then start on the top. Start close to myself and...
  25. The ways don’t need lubricant because bearings...

    The ways don’t need lubricant because bearings ride on them. All they need is to be kept clean.
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