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    Wrong bit. If your edge is not perfectly square,...

    Wrong bit. If your edge is not perfectly square, you get that. It's better to use a fence guided router, followed by a no file bit.
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    I can't take two steps without stumbling across a...

    I can't take two steps without stumbling across a lightly used N95 mask. If I had only known.$$$:D
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    I've found the biggest difference between price...

    I've found the biggest difference between price points is longevity. The cheap ones have garbage springs and thrust washers. These wear out and stop doing what they were designed to do. The spring...
  4. Is it off vertically or horizontally?

    Is it off vertically or horizontally?
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    We use them for Friday, after work, couple of...

    We use them for Friday, after work, couple of beers target practice. Pellet rifles, of course. I would never act so irresponsibly with the real thing
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    What is that going on with the door's skin? If...

    What is that going on with the door's skin? If that damage extends beyond that corner, I wouldn't bother with a repair.
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    Be sure to look at every joint between your load...

    Be sure to look at every joint between your load and the wall. Everyone of these needs to be able to hold the entire load.
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    Seems to me a bit of a Rube Goldberg for a jig....

    Seems to me a bit of a Rube Goldberg for a jig. It does seem to have a certain functionality, but once line boring becomes that important to you, it's time for a linebore machine.
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    We hit lumber like that with a hand held brush...

    We hit lumber like that with a hand held brush sander before planing. It gets off most off the dirt and grime. Be sure to check every inch for metal.
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    You can get the smaller hinges, but you lose all...

    You can get the smaller hinges, but you lose all the nifty adjustment mechanisms.
  11. Just why would the metal base be anymore...

    Just why would the metal base be anymore dangerous than the rest of the metal equipment I work with everyday? As I understood it, there are actually no known cases of this being a problem. Trying to...
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    I'm going to recommend a jointer plane. Not...

    I'm going to recommend a jointer plane. Not because I think it's a better tool for the task, but I think your story sounds a bit frenzied (pronounced dangerous) to me. Slowing down is an under...
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    I'm in the scoring pass camp. I don't even do a...

    I'm in the scoring pass camp. I don't even do a 16th, just enough to shave off the veneer. The key is to plan for easy reliability between setups. I'll usually clock my handwheel so I can raise and...
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    That's incorrect, plain and simple, that's wrong....

    That's incorrect, plain and simple, that's wrong. Maybe our was true a hundred years ago, though I doubt it. I'm pretty sure we'd all notice if abrasive grit was embedded onto our freshly sanded...
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    What's your rationale for this? I know it's not...

    What's your rationale for this? I know it's not true but I'd like to hear a rationale anyway .
  16. Personally, if I were younger than 95 years old,...

    Personally, if I were younger than 95 years old, I'd update. Why throw money at outdated, inferior equipment, when you could put yourself on the road to lighter, more powerful, and more ergonomic...
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    WTB Festool CT33E for parts

    Need not have working motor or electronics.
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    Like stated above, I sand everything as far as...

    Like stated above, I sand everything as far as reasonably far as I can before assembly. I use a wide belt sander, I'm trying to get as much sanding done as possible before even cutting things to...
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    looks like its pulled a bit tight.

    looks like its pulled a bit tight.
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    Squeeze them together to make sure they go in as...

    Squeeze them together to make sure they go in as a unit, and you'll be fine.
  21. No, I simply rip the board in half then fold it...

    No, I simply rip the board in half then fold it back on itself like a book. It creates a book matched joint for a perfect color and grain match. Also, the glue line becomes a break against any...
  22. I filet 8/4 material when I need thicker legs. ...

    I filet 8/4 material when I need thicker legs. The filet is more stable, stronger and the joint disappears if done well
  23. Those grooved are known as crumb catchers.:D

    Those grooved are known as crumb catchers.:D
  24. I don't even bother with a profile. I size mine...

    I don't even bother with a profile. I size mine so that the square corners bite in a little.
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    An out feed that sits below the saw's top isn't...

    An out feed that sits below the saw's top isn't really an out feed at all. As I see it, the main purpose of an out feed is to support longer work pieces that tend to lift off of the blade. This...
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