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    You can make one yourself for a couple of bucks...

    You can make one yourself for a couple of bucks and almost no time at all. I have two T-tracks for hold down clamps and a stop block. Smaller is definitely better for this.
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    I did the same thing with a table saw sled for...

    I did the same thing with a table saw sled for small pieces. Works great. IMHO worth the time to make the sled.
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    Titebond III. Never had one fail, no matter how...

    Titebond III. Never had one fail, no matter how intricate.
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    I've said this many times. Truly amazing.

    I've said this many times. Truly amazing.
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    The Bora Portamate fell apart on me almost...

    The Bora Portamate fell apart on me almost immediately and was tossed. Waste of money in my book.
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    Moved from Westchester to Boston to Dayton to...

    Moved from Westchester to Boston to Dayton to Tampa Bay. Each had its advantages and disadvantages.

    Being a native New Yorker, with lots of family still there, I can tell you I would never move...
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    We have the Roomba i9 with the self-emptying...

    We have the Roomba i9 with the self-emptying base. Actually we have 3 of them on different floors of the house. The self-emptying feature is a game changer. We have 3 long-haired dogs, and it...
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    What exactly is the mathematical relationship...

    What exactly is the mathematical relationship between lickety split and a flash?? :D

    Even though it fills much more quickly, it sure is much less of a back breaker to empty the 35 gallon drum...
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    I'd read it. :) MIT Class of '81

    I'd read it. :)
    MIT Class of '81
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    Yeah, but patients get their information from Dr....

    Yeah, but patients get their information from Dr. Google. Sigh...:eek:
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    Is 1/4 second fast enough? Seems way too slow.

    Is 1/4 second fast enough? Seems way too slow.
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    Why is it that climb cutting is safe on a hand...

    Why is it that climb cutting is safe on a hand router, but not on a router table?
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    rotflmao :D

    rotflmao :D
  14. My workshop in my new house happened to have a...

    My workshop in my new house happened to have a central vac on the wall about 4 feet from my drill press. I never used it around the house, even though it works. So when I received my Woodpeckers...
  15. I agree. It's a beast, but very well made, with...

    I agree. It's a beast, but very well made, with a better track and works extremely well, on thick woods that the Festool balks at (at least the TS55). But $$$ and no aftermarket parts.
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    The 5 x 5 sheets also don't fit in my panel saw,...

    The 5 x 5 sheets also don't fit in my panel saw, which I learned the hard way. Ah, time to break out the track saw.
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    No I wasn't Glenn. I really was more concerned...

    No I wasn't Glenn. I really was more concerned about the car it landed on. It looked like it was a progressive failure and pulled away like a zipper opening, but that's about all I determined.
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    Mike, with all due respect, that comment is...

    Mike, with all due respect, that comment is outdated by about 15-20 years, or more. And this is coming from a hospital-based physician who worked his entire career in hospitals. Usually Level-1...
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    I won't go into tremendous detail about the...

    I won't go into tremendous detail about the disadvantages of most Medicare Advantage plans. But, whichever you choose to sign up for, your medical conditions and therefore the medications you are on...
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    I could go on and on about the safety of the saw,...

    I could go on and on about the safety of the saw, but I've done that ad nauseum. For fun you should look up the video on Youtube of Steve Gass putting his finger against the running blade captured...
  21. I've owned the Festool TS55 for a number of...

    I've owned the Festool TS55 for a number of years. There are lots of good things about it, but it is relatively underpowered. If going the Festool route, I personally think the TS75 (which wasn't...
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    Bring it into your shop and sand something. You’ll know soon enough.
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    Poll: I have a few of those that I throw into the...

    I have a few of those that I throw into the drawers with tools and chisels/rasps/router bits, etc... Plus some rechargeable desiccant containers. Despite AC running essentially 14/7 in my workshop,...
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    Glenn, I had one of those rip off the wall in my...

    Glenn, I had one of those rip off the wall in my previous shop. Personally, I would go for a heavier duty one. That's what I did in the new shop, and I feel much safer. Though it is very good...
  25. Scott, those numbers are great, and your math is...

    Scott, those numbers are great, and your math is correct. My typical numbers of small particles in ambient air with my Dylos are about 500 (I can't remember what the typical larger particle counts...
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