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    Did you blow out all the pores prior to...

    Did you blow out all the pores prior to finishing? A shop vac with a brush on the end can work well too.
  2. Another common practice was to fill the porch...

    Another common practice was to fill the porch areas with debris prior to pouring the top slabs. Here's a story on a guy that found his porch filled with Bowling Balls.
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  3. Those bevels are nice users. I have three. The...

    Those bevels are nice users. I have three. The blade lock is about as good as it gets.
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    I like Spanish cedar as well. I made my kiddo a...

    I like Spanish cedar as well. I made my kiddo a cat proof napkin caddie with the stuff. It smells wonderful.

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    Thanks for chiming in Joe. We're very familiar...

    Thanks for chiming in Joe. We're very familiar with that mall, and usually stop in when we travel to Indy. I've made a few good scores there. We may stop in this trip as it's in a good spot to...
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    Southern Indiana Rust Hunt

    The Missus and I are planning on getting out of Dodge for a few days and touring Southern Indiana along the Ohio River. There seems to be a load of antique shops down there. We're focused on the...
  7. Years ago I was helping my parents with an old...

    Years ago I was helping my parents with an old house they had purchased and were renovating. When they tore the back porch off in preparation for a small addition they discovered a huge pile of...
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    Ridgid TS3650. From the owner's manual "SPEED...

    Ridgid TS3650. From the owner's manual

    "SPEED AND WIRING The no-load speed of this tool is approximately 3450 rpm. This speed is not constant and decreases under a load or with lower voltage. For...
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    This is what I do. I don't create too much (maybe...

    This is what I do. I don't create too much (maybe a couple 55 gallon drums annually) so I throw it on the compost pile with the grass clippings and ashes from the grill. If I'm not getting the rot...
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    I'll say this: When I run my Table Saw at 230V it...

    I'll say this: When I run my Table Saw at 230V it runs stronger, spins up faster, and generally works better than when it was wired to run on 115V. This with the factory cordset on a dedicated outlet...
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    I had a maroon 60 1/2. It worked just fine.

    I had a maroon 60 1/2. It worked just fine.
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    Here's a Charcuterie Board I made last year. I...

    Here's a Charcuterie Board I made last year. I had a few little voids caused by pin knots and perhaps an insect or two tough enough to eat black walnut. I filled them with Black Epoxy and it worked...
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    I use Watco Danish Oil, usually in natural. After...

    I use Watco Danish Oil, usually in natural. After a couple of coats and a few days to cure I wipe on a sealer that will vary based on required duty. I finish with wax and a good rubdown. I generally...
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    Really nice job. I need to use some Cherry on a...

    Really nice job. I need to use some Cherry on a project.
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    A Magnehelic will work. They'll measure...

    A Magnehelic will work. They'll measure differential pressure. That said, it's a pricy approach. I'd use a manometer or a Minihelic. I used to use pressure switches too, so I could turn on an...
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    I agree with Larry. All you need is a pressure...

    I agree with Larry. All you need is a pressure tap on either side of the filter. Pitot tubes are needed to measure velocity pressure. All you need to measure is static pressure. Dywer Instruments has...
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    I had the Sargent version too. It was a decent...

    I had the Sargent version too. It was a decent plane for initial prep work, but not terribly precise. With a waxed sole it was effortless to push.

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    I'm on final approach. 4 or 5 years to retirement...

    I'm on final approach. 4 or 5 years to retirement depending on how much fun I'm having. My quandary is that I like what I do and who I do it with (most days). I like having a purpose.
  19. Anyone tried the Lee Valley Shooting Board Fence?

    Greetings to my fellow Neanderthals -

    I find I use my shooting board quite a bit but shooting angles is a pain. I've made some angled fence inserts but getting things dialed in is a tough trick....
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    I read an article by Chris Becksvoort that...

    I read an article by Chris Becksvoort that advocates sanding cherry to a very fine grit as a means to prevent blotching. As I recall, he claimed he really doesn't have any issues when he does this. I...
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    Wow. Necro thread. I used to get mine at the...

    Wow. Necro thread. I used to get mine at the local landscape nursery. They sell them for plant supports.
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    I have a #45 I never use. As many found in the...

    I have a #45 I never use. As many found in the wild, it only has one cutter but is otherwise complete including the rods. Reach out if interested.

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    Have a couple from Gramercy. They work great. ...

    Have a couple from Gramercy. They work great.

    edit: 3 1/2 maple bench top with 3/4 holes. Shafts roughed up with 80 grit. YMMV.
  24. Thread: Hall Table

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    Great job!

    Great job!
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    If I was you I'd rethink this approach. Humidity...

    If I was you I'd rethink this approach. Humidity is relative. In the winter time the cold air outside doesn't hold as much water as the warm air inside. One person generates plenty of moisture...
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