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    I have shipped something fairly minor in...

    I have shipped something fairly minor in comparison with LTL that was too big for a drop gate. It's kind of a PITA, to be honest. I rented a construction style forklift (telescoping, etc) for the...
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    The side panel is glued and screwed to the stile,...

    The side panel is glued and screwed to the stile, not the rail.
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    Many of you are really reaching to find something...

    Many of you are really reaching to find something wrong with his experiment, but deflecting to entirely different subjects.

    - "But what about wood movement over time?"

    Notice he never mentioned...
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    Millions upon Millions of face frames use edge to...

    Millions upon Millions of face frames use edge to side grain on glue up.
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    Hard to argue with those results! We've been...

    Hard to argue with those results! We've been had.

    Now when do we get to eat food off of coatings other than butcher block oil?
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    Hi, With wood, I'm assuming I'll want a...

    Hi,

    With wood, I'm assuming I'll want a negative reveal around the sink to keep as much water off of the end grain as possible. What are your thoughts / experience?

    cheers,
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    I agree. I Googled it and a 1.5" thick marble...

    I agree. I Googled it and a 1.5" thick marble slab that is 40" x 96" is 530 lbs. 2" thick is 700 lbs.
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    You could laminate carbon fiber (or steel, but...

    You could laminate carbon fiber (or steel, but that would require hardware) into the apron or apron / leg connection point.
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    Thanks much everyone. I looked at my belts the...

    Thanks much everyone.

    I looked at my belts the other day and was embarrassed at how badly they are out of shape. I thought I checked them not too long ago. Guess not. I figure vibration is...
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    I ran the calculations (using the Machinist...

    I ran the calculations (using the Machinist Handbook) with the following variables:

    Pulleys: 3.575" and 3.0"
    Center distance: 8.0"
    Belt: classic (no grooves) and AX (with grooves)
    Belt length:...
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    I don't see what the argument is against a...

    I don't see what the argument is against a notched V belt of the same profile? I.e. an AX24 or AX23 vs the old style of V belt? The notched is better so I shouldn't do it?

    "A notched belt has...
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    Unisaw (3HP) belt replacement

    Hi,

    After doing some searching.. it looks like I can go with one AX style belt to replace all three L type belts on my unisaw.

    I saw someone used a single 3VX or 5VX belt, but those fit...
  13. Agree with Mike, I wouldn't get the 55" track...

    Agree with Mike, I wouldn't get the 55" track again.
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    I'd probably forget about my injury in a few...

    I'd probably forget about my injury in a few months, but if I saw a kitten get ____ by a tables saw I think I'd have nightmares for the rest of my life.

    Heal up fast!
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    There's a very good looking vendor out here that...

    There's a very good looking vendor out here that I was keeping in my back pocket for potential CNC work. Looks like they do what you are talking about. I'll have to call and see.
    ...
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    Laminating countertops

    Hi,

    I see some neat looking laminates out there. I have a potential customer that wants a 10 ft long desk with two L's that are 6 ft long. I first quoted him w/ 1/16" veneer & making my own...
  17. I would get a short one (~3ft), one to cut 4 ft...

    I would get a short one (~3ft), one to cut 4 ft and one to cut 8 ft. I don't like putting them together. And if you are working w/ ply you are most likely going between long and short cuts. Taking...
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    They want the butt joint. I didn't expect that. ...

    They want the butt joint. I didn't expect that. So either I use pure mechanical (dog bone connectors) or I use the tenon / breadboard method.
  19. But it's not just one company building a product,...

    But it's not just one company building a product, it's the entire food chain. Where does an American tooling company buy castings and forgings? Where do they buy electronics? Buy machined parts? ...
  20. Thanks! Definitely vacuum press

    Thanks!

    Definitely vacuum press
  21. White Oak veneer and glue bleed thru

    How bad is the problem? How well do the Unibond bleed thru blockers work?

    What kind of glue do you recommend?

    Cheers,
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    yeah, that guy in the video is right... end grain...

    yeah, that guy in the video is right... end grain screws don't work super well.

    Also, I'm giving the option of a butt joint. I'm assuming they will go with a miter (I think it's more or less...
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    Nice job! In what ways has it moved? Are your...

    Nice job! In what ways has it moved? Are your joints still tight? That's tough having two big joints like that.
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    Thanks for the replies. I'm going to talk w/ the...

    Thanks for the replies. I'm going to talk w/ the contractor to see who installs the sink. I don't mind who does it, but I'm not sure it's me. Plus the sink will have to be supported.
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    Wood kitchen countertop with 90 degree

    Hi,

    I'm going to be building a countertop out of 8/4 or 6/4 walnut with a L and an under mount sink. (6 ft x 9 ft, measured on the wall)

    I'd like to have a completed template built on site and...
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