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    After a few Porter Cables, I have had a Ridgid...

    After a few Porter Cables, I have had a Ridgid and am totally happy with it. I just bought a Ridgid 3/8 " variable speed drill and so far so good
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    Another vote for Alan's solution. Done it many...

    Another vote for Alan's solution. Done it many times and it works
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    Stunning is the ,although inadequate, word for it

    Stunning is the ,although inadequate, word for it
  4. I can see no need to pin a joint on a table like...

    I can see no need to pin a joint on a table like that
  5. Top Handle preference

    I have owned the top handle for 10-12 yeqars and love it. Before buying it I tried a barrel type and opted for the top handle. I feel as if I have more control with it.
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    Metal only for me. I have an old wood Lufkin...

    Metal only for me. I have an old wood Lufkin with the brass slide, but the numbers on the wood part are no longer legible
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    I do the penny along with My initials and the...

    I do the penny along with My initials and the exact date I finished it.
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    In my opinion, the 1617EVS Bosch is the best hand...

    In my opinion, the 1617EVS Bosch is the best hand held 2 hp. router on the market
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    Like Jim said, here in So, Fl. everyone has...

    Like Jim said, here in So, Fl. everyone has marble
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    I built my base from SYP and the top from Ash and...

    I built my base from SYP and the top from Ash and it has stood up extremely well
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    I've had the stock Grizz for several years and...

    I've had the stock Grizz for several years and have had no complaints. The difference, I think is that the Bies has a laminate piece on the side and the grizz has a HDPE, which I think is better. ...
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    Depends on whether you are using a stop block or...

    Depends on whether you are using a stop block or not. If not, I move each piece away from the blade CAREFULLY! and then move the sled
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    Build it for sure. Go to the Highland Hardware...

    Build it for sure. Go to the Highland Hardware website. They have step by step plans to build one and it's a good one. They tell in detail how to insure it's square.
  14. Great looking work. Thanks for the tutorial

    Great looking work. Thanks for the tutorial
  15. Great looking work. Thanks for the tutorial

    Great looking work. Thanks for the tutorial
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    I have the same set. On my Grizz 10" arbor the...

    I have the same set. On my Grizz 10" arbor the blades and the chippers fit fine. Start putting on the shims and it is a real pain. They don't want to go on or off. They, being so thin, get caught...
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    Congrats. You will really appreciate the...

    Congrats. You will really appreciate the difference
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    I have had one for several years and the quality...

    I have had one for several years and the quality of my work went up and the frustration in fitting went down. I only have a 6"(Ridgid) and use it mostly for edge jointing
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    I'm with Stu, I have read that you want the...

    I'm with Stu,

    I have read that you want the gullet to just clear the work in order that the sawdust be exppelled
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    MDF sealer

    I have used sanding sealer several times and it worked fine. I have used lacquer based and mineral spirits based sanding sealer. My experience has been trhat the mineral spirits based product is...
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    slightly OT-drilling glass

    I am trying to drill a 3/8 diameter hole in the side of a glass block like the ones you see used in construction. Any help on drill bits (carbide?) drill speeds( I will be using drill press with...
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    Drum sander.

    Todd, I am not going to do this for a living. I am just a hobbiest, and the $1200 is about allI can justify for a tool I won't be using constantly. What is the advantage of widebelt over the drum...
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    advice on drum sander

    I am going to build kitchen cabinets with raised panel doors. I am leaning toward the Grizzly G1066R double drum sander. I have the griz cabinet saw, band saw and Shop Fox holow chisel mortiser, so...
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    help on cabinet material

    I will be building some cabinets for over the washer and dryer. I need a material which will take paint well. I would like to find birch(or something similar) with one side covered with a melamine...
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    new purchase

    I am considering buying a planer/molder. I am looking at doing a bunch of molding replacement in my house and want to manufacture my own moldings. I have looked at the Shop Fox and it seems to...
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