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  1. Jet Planer or Jet Jointer/Planer JJP-12/JJP12HH?...

    Jet Planer or Jet Jointer/Planer JJP-12/JJP12HH? A DRO with 6" of travel will not work on the Jet JJP-12 jointer planer. The table has to move 6 1/4" in order to switch modes. The Jet 15" planer...
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    For general carpentry I prefer right blade but...

    For general carpentry I prefer right blade but left blade is much more natural when cutting sheet goods using a saw guide cutting right to left.
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    Unless the reason Ben needs the air is a quarter...

    Unless the reason Ben needs the air is a quarter mile from the nearest electric outlet. The tank may not be big enough but then again it may.
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    I keep a Roku in my suit case. I don't use it at...

    I keep a Roku in my suit case. I don't use it at home, we have TiVO that has streaming apps that work well. Roku is very useful in hotels where it's a challenge to find something I find worth...
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    Don't know anybody with a metal cutting bandsaw &...

    Don't know anybody with a metal cutting bandsaw & welder that can be bribed with barley pop, do you?:) That's gonna require a substantial base. I'd probably adjust the published weight rating of...
  6. Thread: Jet jwts-10

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    It's that old supply & demand thing, prices vary...

    It's that old supply & demand thing, prices vary with local supply. Phillip doesn't say where he's located, it seems to me like used equipment prices are higher in the west, lower in the...
  7. That Rikon has been around for quite a few years...

    That Rikon has been around for quite a few years though I've never used one though I did see one years ago. I have seen the Jet benchtop jointers and yeah, they're toys so the Rikon will likely be an...
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    I don't recall ever having seen just the blade,...

    I don't recall ever having seen just the blade, always the assembly. SWMBO bought RainX branded 'premium' wipers. We'll see how they last.
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    An update to this review. This little router is...

    An update to this review. This little router is pretty weak at low RPMs. It's fine at or near full speed but I'm routing some plastic with a spiral bit and wanted to run RPMs figuring that would be...
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    Susan Dey was a teenage fantasy.

    Susan Dey was a teenage fantasy.
  11. It ain't cheap and you can't buy one new from...

    It ain't cheap and you can't buy one new from retail sources but the Porter Cable 314 trim saw works really well with a shop made guide like Tom shows. The base is quite a bit longer than it is wide...
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    If you have a digital voice line you should look...

    If you have a digital voice line you should look at NoMoRobo. We have it and it's a blessing especially during political seasons. The only 'cost' is reporting illegitimate phone numbers if you choose...
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    I too prefer steel frame saws for 12" resaw...

    I too prefer steel frame saws for 12" resaw height. I know tons of people use riser blocks with good success but if I want a saw that will saw 12", I'll buy (and did) a saw that came from the factory...
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    I'm pretty sure storage conditions affect liquid...

    I'm pretty sure storage conditions affect liquid hide glue, maybe more than other glues. I keep mine in a cool dry basement and have done some test glue-ups. About 24 months seems right IME.
  15. I doubt it's practical to completely stop...

    I doubt it's practical to completely stop tracking but using a javascript blocker and cookie filter seems to reduce it. I use a phone on the internet very rarely. The only obvious indications I get...
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    Re inverter technology I'm interested in that as...

    Re inverter technology I'm interested in that as well. My understanding, and I could have it wrong, is that if I select 50% power on a non-inverter unit it runs at 100% power 50% of the time. An...
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    And not just with hide glue. I write the purchase...

    And not just with hide glue. I write the purchase date on every glue container when I bring it home. That doesn't account for time in the warehouse and on the shelf but at least it's something.
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    Welcome to the 21st century:D. Next up is NVMe....

    Welcome to the 21st century:D. Next up is NVMe. It seems difficult to compare throughputs of different technologies but:

    7200 RPM Hard Drive average read/write speed of 80-160MB/second
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    What I've read about facial recognition is that...

    What I've read about facial recognition is that it's pretty unreliable, hit rates in the single digits or something. Give it time though.
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    The so-called "zipcode" saws that Sears sold got...

    The so-called "zipcode" saws that Sears sold got excellent reviews so of course Sears quit selling them. They were made by Orion I think. I think the primary difference between the 22104/22114/22124...
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    I haven't seen many negative reviews about the...

    I haven't seen many negative reviews about the 0513 series saws, mostly positive.
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    It's been years since I had that saw but I had a...

    It's been years since I had that saw but I had a similar issue. Mine worked perfectly once I loosened the tilt lock on the front under the table.
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    That would be something cheap to try. I've used a...

    That would be something cheap to try. I've used a 7.25" blade on a 3 hp saw cutting small pieces. It worked out well.
  24. I'm not familiar with the Bosch router but here's...

    I'm not familiar with the Bosch router but here's how I fixed the P-C style bushing problem. I bought a Grizzly trim router and wanted it to accept bushings. It didn't as sold. I made a new sub base...
  25. I have the straight blade Jet JJP-12. The jointer...

    I have the straight blade Jet JJP-12. The jointer beds are 55" and I haven't found that limiting. I learned early on about the benefit of cutting rough stock to length before flattening it, wastes...
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