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    You might want to look at Woodline router bits....

    You might want to look at Woodline router bits. Over the last 25 years I have had very good results when using them. Not as cheap as your Ebay find, but they are very good for the price. About half...
  2. I kind of disappeared on you right in the middle...

    I kind of disappeared on you right in the middle of this (needed heart surgery), but I'm back and I agree with Frank's post #8. I think he figured out where your problem is. In the bottom of your...
  3. Your problem is in the start/stop switch control...

    Your problem is in the start/stop switch control circuit that operates the coil to pull in the contactor. Your power leads through the contactor are Ok since pressing in the contactor by hand...
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    3/4 X 3/8" miter slots are the Quasi standard for...

    3/4 X 3/8" miter slots are the Quasi standard for 10" table saws, but the smaller contractor table saws being sold today don't seem to follow this very closely. What looks like a 3/4 X 3/8" slot...
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    Some years ago, when I was a factory rep for a...

    Some years ago, when I was a factory rep for a printing press company, I would frequently bring home wood that I couldn't find here. My territory was all 50 plus the Caribbean, so I brought back...
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    That saw looks like it is for cross cutting only,...

    That saw looks like it is for cross cutting only, but I've always just used my Delta miter saw and a fine tooth blade for cross cutting flooring and pine paneling.

    How will you plan to do the rip...
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    April Wilkerson did a YouTube video on installing...

    April Wilkerson did a YouTube video on installing mini-split heat pumps in her shop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyD-LucjdcQ
    She did a second video on installing one in a single room garage...
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    You might want to look for coping saw blades....

    You might want to look for coping saw blades. Most are pin end type and larger than the present scroll saw blades. Take the pins out if you don't want/need them.

    Charley
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    When I had my shop in my basement, I too ran a 70...

    When I had my shop in my basement, I too ran a 70 pint dehumidifier, with the dehumidifier tank connected to a drain, but I kept the humidity setting at about 55%. I didn't have any rusting problems,...
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    Automotive waxes and anything else containing...

    Automotive waxes and anything else containing silicone is banned from my shop. Silicone is next to impossible to completely remove once it gets on something. When it gets on your wood it will create...
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    If you get the idea to use larger conduit and run...

    If you get the idea to use larger conduit and run several circuits together, be careful. The code requires de-rating the conductor capacities in certain situations. Be careful about number of...
  12. If somehow the chain jumps a tooth on one of the...

    If somehow the chain jumps a tooth on one of the sprockets that ride on the corner posts, you could have a binding problem making raising and lowering the 735 planer difficult. I you dropped the head...
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    I tend to like using box joints when the project...

    I tend to like using box joints when the project needs to be strong and completed quickly. They are easy to set up for and make when using my I-Box jig. I mostly use it for making tool boxes, tote...
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    Jack, Are you sure that you are asking for a...

    Jack,

    Are you sure that you are asking for a new password using your original sign-on name? It has to match their records or this will happen. Then, the new password sent needs to be copied and...
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    Many of the older saws used blades with pinned...

    Many of the older saws used blades with pinned ends. Each end had a small cross pin pressed through a hole near the end of the blade. This pin went into a hook slot in the blade grip. These older...
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    I'm using a ready made 12 ga 240 volt extension...

    I'm using a ready made 12 ga 240 volt extension cord designed for air conditioners, etc. on my 3 hp Unisaw. It's been in place for about 14 years now, and no problems. I bought it from Lowes. The...
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    Don't hesitate to call Leigh CS about this. By...

    Don't hesitate to call Leigh CS about this. By now they will have heard from Highland. I had a small problem with my FMT jig when I bought it and spent time on the phone with both. Barry Martens at...
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    Plywood is not for dovetailing, especially not...

    Plywood is not for dovetailing, especially not the common plywood. I have had success using top quality Baltic Birch plywood, but even that will sometimes delaminate and chip out when trying to cut...
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    If you bought it in Atlanta, the only place that...

    If you bought it in Atlanta, the only place that I know that sells the Leigh products is Highland Woodworking. They are a great company to do business with, and where I bought my D4R and my FMT Pro...
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    Call the place where you bought it. I'm certain...

    Call the place where you bought it. I'm certain that they will exchange it. I've never heard of this problem, but it could have happened in shipment.

    Charley
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    Just yesterday, I saw a small LED light head with...

    Just yesterday, I saw a small LED light head with about a 3" flexible gooseneck connection to the battery box that might be perfect for use with a router. It was in the sewing section of my local...
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    There is a discussion now on Router Forums about...

    There is a discussion now on Router Forums about Router Crafters, but the title of the post is "Barley Sugar Router Attachment". In that post I added a link to a long earlier post about them and the...
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    If you give up on the Unifence and decide not to...

    If you give up on the Unifence and decide not to use it. The parts of the Unifence that aren't damaged still hold significant value. There are many Unifence
    owners who need replacement parts for...
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    "The arbor size isn't a lot but you have to...

    "The arbor size isn't a lot but you have to really work at it to be able to slide a blade on it. Without modifying the blade it takes a couple of seconds to be able to put the blade on the arbor....
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    Welcome to the forum, Greg. I think you will like...

    Welcome to the forum, Greg. I think you will like it here.

    Cutting dovetails and pins with a router and a D4R works best if you have two routers, one with the dovetail bit and the other with the...
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