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    I used Simpson Epoxy Tie from the local home...

    I used Simpson Epoxy Tie from the local home center to fill expansion joints for exactly the purpose you describe before I epoxy coated the floor. It worked well although it did have a slight shrink...
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    The Festool CT 26 is an excellent dust extractor....

    The Festool CT 26 is an excellent dust extractor. It uses fleece bags to collect the dust and very little makes it to the HEPA. The downside is that the bags are on the expensive side. It really...
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    Looks likely that it was mounted between centers,...

    Looks likely that it was mounted between centers, however not "turned" between centers. I'm guessing that it was likely milled/machined for the curved sections. Possibly with some sort of indexing...
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    Steve, I saw a picture of that sled somewhere in...

    Steve, I saw a picture of that sled somewhere in cyberspace and fashioned mine after that. I believe the designer called it a "super sled" or similar. It did do just about everything, however for...
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    I've used MDO plywood for jigs and sleds. It is...

    I've used MDO plywood for jigs and sleds. It is excellent. The sled below was built from 3/4" double sided MDO ply but it was heavy due to all of the accessories and the 3/4" material, so it got...
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    Possibly this one? ...

    Possibly this one? https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?276573-Pneumatic-Angled-Drill-Sander
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    Since the OP has dedicated direct threads w/o an...

    Since the OP has dedicated direct threads w/o an insert adapter, and has many jaws, then it might be worth purchasing the correct chuck and selling the 1 1/4" x 8 chuck since it is a very common...
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    I just measured a dozen 5mm Domino tenons and...

    I just measured a dozen 5mm Domino tenons and they ranged from 4.96 to 5.03mm. Did you purchase Festool dominos or aftermarket ones?

    The only time I had any fall out was when I didn't plunge...
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    I bought an EGO 110 MPH 530 CFM cordless blower...

    I bought an EGO 110 MPH 530 CFM cordless blower and very impressed with it although it was on the expensive side. I use it daily to clean my patio pavers, courtyard and driveway. I've used it to blow...
  10. I've excellent luck with Philips/Osram and Cree....

    I've excellent luck with Philips/Osram and Cree. Conversely I've had terrible results with Feit, out of 12 can light bulb changes to LED, two have failed in less than six months.
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    I was recently in the same situation and lost...

    I was recently in the same situation and lost access to Sketchup Make 2016 when my PC died. I thought I could simply take the hard drive out and access files on it from my new PC however when I...
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    I believe the V3000 is somewhat of a compromise...

    I believe the V3000 is somewhat of a compromise to a traditional cyclone as it was designed to save space and cost less. The actual cyclone separator cylinder and cone are shorter than in a...
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    In my last shop I had a V3000 and a Jet Performax...

    In my last shop I had a V3000 and a Jet Performax 22-44 drum sander with an enlarged 6" port. No doubt the drum sander was the most difficult tool to separate fines from but I got many hours of...
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    Perhaps a few packages of green Koolaid. If he...

    Perhaps a few packages of green Koolaid. If he has a Kapex, a canning jar labeled "Magic Smoke Replacement" typed in the Orbitron font. All in a mini systainer.
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    Truer words have never been spoken :D

    Truer words have never been spoken :D
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    Ouch. I wouldn't have expected that roller to...

    Ouch. I wouldn't have expected that roller to wear so rapidly. If you have a lathe, maybe turn a replacement out of metal? Being a wear part I would bet Festool Ekat has a replacement listed...
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    You mentioned a small metal lathe.....my little...

    You mentioned a small metal lathe.....my little 7x12 metal mini lathe has a no.3 Morse taper in the headstock. If yours does also, it might run truer than chucking the live center in the three jaw.
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    I have downsized significantly and now have the same saw. I use a Ridgid "6hp" 16 gallon shop vac with a dust deputy to the lower port. Plumbed with short lengths of 2-1/2" hose. Additionally use...
  19. F.S. 7x12 Mini Lathe Milling Attachment Like New

    I bought the Little Machine Shop milling attachment a few years back and don't use it. It attaches to the compound. It is essentially like new although I mounted it to my lathe and tried it out...
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    by Dick Mahany
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    One other idea......if you have a collet set for...

    One other idea......if you have a collet set for your headstock, you could chuck a piece of 3/4" - 10 threaded rod which would run true. Then you could screw the cup chuck onto that and true the...
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    For many years I have used a more traditional...

    For many years I have used a more traditional heavy workbench with a front Record vise and a Veritas twin screw vise on the end. I used it for both hand and power tools although I don't do as much...
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    I have made a number of wooden chucks for my...

    I have made a number of wooden chucks for my Oneway live center and no matter how precise I tried to be, I always had to use the method that John describes above to true it up. That being to take...
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    A lot depends on what you will be doing in the...

    A lot depends on what you will be doing in the future. I downsized to a smaller space and decided to give up my table saw and get a track saw because I was going to be building many cabinets from...
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    I had a Jet JJP12 on a Shopfox D2058. That...

    I had a Jet JJP12 on a Shopfox D2058. That mobile base is rated to 1300 lbs although the Jet weighed 500-600 lbs. It was an excellent mobile base. The casters were converted to polyurethane wheels...
  25. Another guy here liking the JC10 Plus. It runs...

    Another guy here liking the JC10 Plus. It runs 16, 18 gauge nailers with ease as well as my pin nailer. Haven't used it with a framing nailer but I did see a video where it worked fine, but needed...
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