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    Wood Species Quiz

    No, I don't know what it is, so lets see what everyone says.

    Can't see in pic, but it is highly chatoyant. So I think its quilted, not a burl?

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    Question about carbide resaw blade

    Hey guys looking for feedback if anyone is using the Starrett blades.

    Here is what I'm looking at.

    I was looking at the Laguna blades, but apparently they don't carry my size 142".
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    I'd like to jump in here and say IMO forums are...

    I'd like to jump in here and say IMO forums are not the place to be asking electrical questions of this nature.

    That said, does your local government allow homeowners to install power services?
    ...
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    Gary, I know I'll poo poo'd but I often use...

    Gary,

    I know I'll poo poo'd but I often use the good old epoxy slides frequently in vanities. They can save me quite a bit of cost. They really aren't that noticeable.

    I move the drawer back...
  5. I think any of them will work, just use it...

    I think any of them will work, just use it throughout the project.

    I would mention in ww'ing (as opposed to machining) repeatability/consistency is more important than an absolute measurement (or...
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    Your existing set up will work if you bypass the...

    Your existing set up will work if you bypass the filters and exhaust outside into a bin.

    Or you can add a cyclone and exhaust either outside or into a cannister filter
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    Yes, that is why I said it is different with...

    Yes, that is why I said it is different with one's machines. The need to be dialed in as accurately as possible.

    Thanks for the excellent distinction between "accuracy" and "precision".

    This...
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    I think with the advent of CNC is so many shops...

    I think with the advent of CNC is so many shops "milling" wood has taken on a completely new meaning.

    But my method of work for ww'ing is more related to consistency than accuracy.

    A few...
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    How long will it be there? Assuming this isn't...

    How long will it be there?

    Assuming this isn't going to another climate with dramatically different humidity levels, I think if you keep the board in a climate controlled room a while before...
  10. I would suggest a face frame of stout lumber,...

    I would suggest a face frame of stout lumber, something like 2 1/2 wide X 1 1/2" thick with a rabbet.
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    +1 epoxy.....

    +1 epoxy.....
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    There won't be enough movement in a laminated top...

    There won't be enough movement in a laminated top to worry about. Little to no movement in the width of a board (if fully acclimated of course)
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    I've been using these and they work well in T...

    I've been using these and they work well in T track.
    Very nice that you can replace the existing screw with a 5/16" T track bolt

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    Yes, that is my thinking and that is what my BIL...

    Yes, that is my thinking and that is what my BIL said. But it is possible it could damage as far as data flow, he's not sure.

    This is just an add on wireless router I've had numerous ones...
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    I found out my BIL can do fiber optic. He’s...

    I found out my BIL can do fiber optic. He’s looking into what we need.

    That said, my computer guy that takes care of the network at work told me fiber optic is not immune to a surge. Have to...
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    Well after making the comments about not using...

    Well after making the comments about not using copper cable outside, lightning struck yesterday & got the wifi router in my shop and fed back to house and zapped modem. BTW, this is the 4th time...
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    +1 Erik ^^. My advise is get the widest planer...

    +1 Erik ^^.

    My advise is get the widest planer you can afford.
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    Ospho (phosporic acid)
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    I'll have to disagree with that, with the...

    I'll have to disagree with that, with the exception of thin panels as mentioned. With respect to clamping, as mentioned, alternating clamps is very important especially with pipe clamps, but even...
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    Space balls, etc. are really meant to keep the...

    Space balls, etc. are really meant to keep the panel centered and allow for expansion/contraction. If the panel panel fits too loosely in the groove, it will still rattle.

    The best prevention for...
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    You won't have much issues with movement. This...

    You won't have much issues with movement. This is one reason why laminated tops are used.

    I would simply lag bolt the inner fixed vice face to the edge.

    I would also put a 1" deep X 2 3/4"...
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    I tried a repeater and did not have good luck...

    I tried a repeater and did not have good luck with that. Maybe it was the metal roof.

    I had an ethernet cable run to a wireless modem and that has worked fine.

    Be aware running copper based...
  23. Jeffrey, I looked at one a few years ago and...

    Jeffrey,

    I looked at one a few years ago and after I realized what the work zone requirements are I had to look at other options. Even though I have a decent sized shop, I couldn't justify the...
  24. I can't afford it :D So I buy the A or B grade...

    I can't afford it :D

    So I buy the A or B grade Russian stuff which seems just as good to me.

    What I'm saying is there are other grades of cabinet plywood that are equal in quality to the...
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    John, You really don't need an elaborate setup...

    John,

    You really don't need an elaborate setup for clamping, other than maybe an alignment jig to square up the door.

    I don't like clamping down to a workbench because you can't clean up the...
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