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    I just buy 5" aluminum blast gates. They are...

    I just buy 5" aluminum blast gates. They are readily available...I have a bunch of them in my shop.
  2. ALong this line, you can also use a normal top...

    ALong this line, you can also use a normal top plate but put recess in the top of it that will accommodate strips of plywood that can extend over to a joist location that will permit you to put...
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    If you only have 50 amp service going to the...

    If you only have 50 amp service going to the shop, putting in a MiniSplit or any form of electric powered heat is going to be tough, honestly. You may need to do a properly vented gas heater in that...
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    I see both of the new photos...how are you...

    I see both of the new photos...how are you actually adding them to your posts, Julie? Are you using the image button and then either uploading or linking to them or what?
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    IR GarageMate. It pushes your budget a little,...

    IR GarageMate. It pushes your budget a little, but is a "big compressor" in a "smaller package" and will also run on 120v 20 amp.
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    I'm a fan of the Amana insert cutters for...

    I'm a fan of the Amana insert cutters for flattening stuff. That's what I use on my CNC for this purpose as well as for maintaining my splitboard. The initial investment is a little more, but the...
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    What's the weight on that puppy? I'm curious...

    What's the weight on that puppy? I'm curious...
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    John, based on my experience with the unit in my...

    John, based on my experience with the unit in my shop, if/when we downsize, if the HVAC system in whatever home that is is old or inefficient...I'd replace with minisplit without hesitation. They are...
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    Rob, I'm really pleased with the Staub. And as...

    Rob, I'm really pleased with the Staub. And as long as you can be flexible with colors, you can get really good deals when it's on sale or "blemish" stuff. I have The 12" skillet, the 12" square...
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    Linear bearings are hot stuff these days as any...

    Linear bearings are hot stuff these days as any decent CNC machine uses them. It sounds like you may come up with a very nice router setup for flattening things!
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    I'm looking forward to this project,...

    I'm looking forward to this project, Brian...'glad you were able to touch bases with "the master"! :)
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    It's the EXIF information that the phone stores...

    It's the EXIF information that the phone stores relative to orientation. Resetting that info is the key.

    And again....nice, stout little saw! "They" sure don't make small ones like that anymore...
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    Thanks for verifying my memory, Dave! And...

    Thanks for verifying my memory, Dave! And yea...that's a heap of power. My whole house generator has a max of 22KW just above that solar output you mention and the generator will run our whole 4200...
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    The general idea I show should work in your...

    The general idea I show should work in your shed...you'll just need support "at the wall" for the weight. too, where I was able to tie to the roof rafters. You'll note that I have two vertical...
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    On the photo thing..."there's a thread for that"...

    On the photo thing..."there's a thread for that" in the Forum Technical Support discussion area. :)

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    That's an interesting and sturdy looking saw. 'Glad you were able to restore it so...
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    Slabs on racks would be a challenge for almost...

    Slabs on racks would be a challenge for almost any building...they are generally best stored stacked and stickered, honestly. But for general lumber storage in a "weak" structure or where you want to...
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    FYI, I see the photos no problem. Nice work!

    FYI, I see the photos no problem.

    Nice work!
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    Your challenge is going to be getting that pine...

    Your challenge is going to be getting that pine to look good with an even color, honestly. It's not a great species to work with for the look you want to achieve, IMHO. This is regardless of whether...
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    Malcolm, I believe that there was some activity...

    Malcolm, I believe that there was some activity around roof panels that actually look like tile....I wonder what happened with that. I think I saw that on some very early Tesla marketing stuff, but...
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    I was just going to mention that.... :)

    I was just going to mention that.... :)
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    That's actually a good thing for a dresser...

    That's actually a good thing for a dresser because you want the inside surfaces smooth so that any clothing that comes in contact with them when someone invariably overstuffs a drawer will not get...
  22. I use the small miter fence constantly, Steve,...

    I use the small miter fence constantly, Steve, but I am a little less space constrained than you are. Since I cut down the right side table, I leave the full outrigger on, too.

    I'm sure there are...
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    The issue with PFTE coatings when they get too...

    The issue with PFTE coatings when they get too hot goes beyond durability...they release toxic fumes. But cooking with lower temps is a good thing when you can and eggs/omelettes are actually better...
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    I may have already mentioned this, but in a recent communication with Sam, he did mention that the configurations they typically stock here in the US will likely have shorter lead times than custom...
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    "Maybe" is my answer simply because there are...

    "Maybe" is my answer simply because there are enough unknowns here that I don't want to commit. "ideally" there would be no intersecting tenons. That said, when I look at your diagram with the...
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