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    I've never felt like my routers needed a light,...

    I've never felt like my routers needed a light, but I will be adopting this idea for use in my Domino joiner.
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    You need to inspect the extruded rail. These are,...

    You need to inspect the extruded rail. These are, in my opinion, the original sin of the Unifence. It taints everything that is great about the entire system. Anyway, if the extrusion is worn and...
  3. I see no reason why four legs wouldn't suffice,...

    I see no reason why four legs wouldn't suffice, it's not that large of a table. Personally, I think six legs would look busy.
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    Am I picturing this correctly? The crosscut fence...

    Am I picturing this correctly? The crosscut fence mounts to a point in the T track?
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    I always use .125" material and laminate using...

    I always use .125" material and laminate using West Epoxy. I find that gives me almost zero spring back and allows me to build to spec (usually a necessity with millwork).
  6. Be sure to remove squeeze out and runs while the...

    Be sure to remove squeeze out and runs while the epoxy is still wet or soft. It can be a real beast once it's fully cured.
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    Also, adjusting the crosscut fence on most...

    Also, adjusting the crosscut fence on most sliders is a bear.
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    I've got a right angle drill, which will get me...

    I've got a right angle drill, which will get me in between studs and such, but for actual tight spaces my little Dewalt gizmo is the go to. It will allow me to drill the sides of a two inch tunnel...
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    You'd have better luck fireproofing:D

    You'd have better luck fireproofing:D
  10. I used MDF for carcasses and shelves with maple...

    I used MDF for carcasses and shelves with maple plywood drawer boxes. I finished with tinted shellac primer with a poly clearcoat. Fifteen years later, their the only things that survived child...
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    This. Nothing wastes more time than unexpected...

    This. Nothing wastes more time than unexpected issues.
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    The dark side is your good side. I wouldn't even...

    The dark side is your good side. I wouldn't even consider the sapwood side usable for any exposed face. I also prefer my live edge to go under.
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    If you can't mechanically fasten it down to a...

    If you can't mechanically fasten it down to a substructure of some sort, it's toast. Don't bother with any of the "techniques" that get past around on the internet. They're all based in faulty...
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    That much screw pop on every screw doesn't seem...

    That much screw pop on every screw doesn't seem like over driving to me. I'd re-check my entire setup.
  15. Living that slab life.

    Living that slab life.
  16. Plus one on regular old "drywall" type screws. I...

    Plus one on regular old "drywall" type screws. I find that going a little long provides plenty of pulling strength and avoids spinning. I reserve confirmats for builds that need to be set up and...
  17. Personally, I don't feel any shop without both is...

    Personally, I don't feel any shop without both is under equipped. To me they're like an impact driver and a drill, similar form, some overlap, but they really are two different machines.
  18. Once you get into some real woodworking:D, and...

    Once you get into some real woodworking:D, and your trying to get a glue ready edge on a 10'x18" slab of 10/4 white oak, you realize how helpful the sliding carriage is.
  19. what is this parallel positioner?

    what is this parallel positioner?
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    Cauls are one way. A deadblow is also very handy...

    Cauls are one way. A deadblow is also very handy for banging boards into submission after clamping. I typically like to skip flatten on side, square the edges, than glue up panels to my maximum...
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    I make a habit of cutting with any bow up and...

    I make a habit of cutting with any bow up and out. That way it tends to open up as i cut, instead of binding.
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    I can't see enough material savings there to...

    I can't see enough material savings there to warrant laminating stock like that. What's the savings? A few dollars a door? The trade off is some ungodly amount of clamping and veneering.
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    Slide length is usually going to refer to the...

    Slide length is usually going to refer to the length of the drawer box and not the actual length of the slide. 24 inch slides are for 24 inch boxes.
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    Guess I'm living the dream. I push wood for a...

    Guess I'm living the dream. I push wood for a living, so 40-60 hours a week is standard. Not as easy as it used to be, but I still love doing it.
  25. Google bits for sink holes in solid surface.

    Google bits for sink holes in solid surface.
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