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  1. Only at the glueup stage. At the finishing...

    Only at the glueup stage.

    At the finishing stage it’ll become a nightmare dealing with the inevitable squeeze out in the corners , and working inside a carcass.
  2. For an 18v drill I wouldn’t consider anything...

    For an 18v drill I wouldn’t consider anything less than 2Ah. Especially if it’s a regular sized drill. 2Ah seems to be the sweet spot for “sub compact” sized drills but there are balance / ergonomic...
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    Um…………..yeh. They take it in from the top or the...

    Um…………..yeh.
    They take it in from the top or the bottom.

    Which means they don’t need space on the sides for airflow.

    And that leads us right back to checkin the specs for your particular...
  4. That’s the ubiquitous HolzHer sander that was...

    That’s the ubiquitous HolzHer sander that was made under license by prob. a dozen companies.

    You should be able to find one on the secondary market without much trouble or waiting too long.
    ...
  5. I suppose we can debate this, but Daniel’s...

    I suppose we can debate this, but Daniel’s proposal isn’t using the 1/2” poplar as a frame as much as it is a shim. The fact that he’ll use the poplar flat instead of on edge means his “grid core”...
  6. I think 9ft doors 1- 3/8” thick is not to scale. ...

    I think 9ft doors 1- 3/8” thick is not to scale. Those need to be 2” + in thickness.

    I, for one , will be surprised if you’ll find enough (any really) 10’ long poplar boards that are dead nuts...
  7. Thread: Robust lathe

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    Is this the 1.5 or 2hp version ?

    Is this the 1.5 or 2hp version ?
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    This is totally dependent on the fridge spec’d. ...

    This is totally dependent on the fridge spec’d.

    Some vent from above or below and don’t need any room on the sides.
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    If you’re that close the ceiling , assembly on...

    If you’re that close the ceiling , assembly on site is the only way to go.

    Even if your not close , transporting something that large is problematic and the benefits few.
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    There are plenty of mahogany tables that are...

    There are plenty of mahogany tables that are centuries old that are 3/4 - 1” thick.

    They are still fine , and yours will be too.
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    LT18 base is 400mm wide 478622478623

    LT18 base is 400mm wide

    478622478623
  12. Do you remember how many hours you spent...

    Do you remember how many hours you spent engineering and then fitting that to the cabinet ?
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    Can't give you any specifics or links but my...

    Can't give you any specifics or links but my laguna lt18's factory mobility kit is nothing more than an axel, two plastic wheeles held on with cotter pins, and an l bracket bolted to the front of the...
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    You mean the same kind of insurmountable problem...

    You mean the same kind of insurmountable problem all the multi billion dollar multinational auto manuf./ face with getting computer chips for their cars ? That one item is stagnating car production...
  15. Yes, more expensive ones ! Why sweat the cost,...

    Yes, more expensive ones !

    Why sweat the cost, the customer is paying? $350 is pretty reasonable considering what it is and the fact this is a custom pantry.

    If they balk at the price ,...
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    Decimal place is in the wrong spot. $65 is a...

    Decimal place is in the wrong spot.

    $65 is a fair price for that example.
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    Bit arrogant arenít you ? Sheet metal isnít...

    Bit arrogant arenít you ?

    Sheet metal isnít the only raw material in Tandems. And the peons on this site arenít the only buyers of them. Blum sells Tandems globally on a colossal scale. And...
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    Richelieu is a really big distributor. They are...

    Richelieu is a really big distributor. They are on an allocation from Blum and last time I checked they were not filling orders from other locations like they do on other catalog items.

    In...
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    What would you like to know ? I can't see the...

    What would you like to know ?

    I can't see the $110+ upgrade cost over a new diamond wheel being a good value. The main upgrade is the ability to do a wider range of point angles and split points...
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    So is everyone in N. America. Place your order...

    So is everyone in N. America.

    Place your order with your favorite supplier and wait for your ship to come in.
  21. Thread: Bosch 1617

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    elect. cleaner spray is also handy to have on...

    elect. cleaner spray is also handy to have on had/use for this.
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    Seems especially suited to flooring installers. ...

    Seems especially suited to flooring installers.

    Donít know why youíd find it terrifying ? The blade is guarded and being a Euro designed tool it meets all kinds of stringent safety regs. The...
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    Doubt you’re going to break the EuroJig. I...

    Doubt you’re going to break the EuroJig. I suppose it’s possible. But if you’re able to, I’m pretty sure the force and situation engaged will also render other jigs unusable too. So don’t sweat it. ...
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    This guy tested a lot of them and concluded the...

    This guy tested a lot of them and concluded the drill doctor was best despite the high price , but also thought an inexpensive jig you used on your bench grinder was pretty good even with the steep...
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    I'll bet that occurred to Mike also - but...

    I'll bet that occurred to Mike also - but sometimes you'd need multiple jigs depending on hardware layout and type. An adjustable jig is more convenient. And don't try to tell us you guys don't...
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