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  1. You can see the scale about one minute into this...

    You can see the scale about one minute into this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fo_mQd531rc
    It looks to be about the same size as the Irwin Quick Grip mini clamp.
  2. Thank you! ..

    Thank you!

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    It sounds like a quality build but the 44" x 90"...

    It sounds like a quality build but the 44" x 90" work area is very odd. You can “almost” put a standard full-size sheet on it.
    Pictures would help.
  4. Ron, it looks like your subscription has expired....

    Ron, it looks like your subscription has expired. If you click on the Donate button above it should give you an expiry date at the mid/upper right of the page.
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    Lesson learned, it dissolved almost instantly...

    Lesson learned, it dissolved almost instantly with hot water. I don’t know why they said it was turpentine soluble.
    Next lesson is how to apply it to MDF. I have spray capability but don’t feel...
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    I will give it a try with some water.

    I will give it a try with some water.
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    Ed, Scott, the directions say it is water,...

    Ed, Scott, the directions say it is water, alcohol, & oil soluble. I’m trying to stain some MDF so I didn’t want to go with water. I may have no choice.
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    Congrats Joe! Betty & I had our 31st last...

    Congrats Joe!
    Betty & I had our 31st last month. We have a ways to go to catch up with you!
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    J.E. Moser's aniline dye stain #845247 Several...

    J.E. Moser's aniline dye stain #845247

    Several reviews say it's easily mixed so I must be doing something wrong.
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    Aniline dye frustrations

    This is my first time using aniline dye. The instructions say to add to mediums such as benzol, touol, turpentine, Naptha, lacquer thinner, tung oil, etc. and stir frequently for the first hour. I...
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    Sticky: Has anyone found the Clipart Guide for v10? It's...

    Has anyone found the Clipart Guide for v10? It's usually in a PDF but I'm not finding it.
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    The new light rings are cool. Microfence used to...

    The new light rings are cool. Microfence used to sell small battery powered LEDís. I added two of them to my shop made plunge base several years ago. They work well but their new light ring would be...
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    Now you tell me! :)

    Now you tell me! :)
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    I looked at the Optime 105's. They have a NRR of...

    I looked at the Optime 105's. They have a NRR of 29 dB, I needed a better NRR than that for my sometimes screaming cnc.
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    Sticky: I just upgraded from v8.5 to v10. Lot's of...

    I just upgraded from v8.5 to v10. Lot's of changes between the two. It ticks me off a little that I spent $150 on Photo VCarve last December and it's now included in Aspire...


    $175
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    Country folk have the coolest toys!

    Country folk have the coolest toys!
  17. Brook, welcome to the Creek and congrats on the...

    Brook, welcome to the Creek and congrats on the Unisaw, I love mine. You need to be a Contributor to see or post photos and to send/receive private messages (plus other benefits). Cost is $6.00 a...
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    A nice feature of the Fnovaís is their ability to...

    A nice feature of the Fnovaís is their ability to close up snuggly when not in use, a feature I wish the 3M muffs had. I always have to double check the 3Mís for shop critters.. :eek:

    I wore the...
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    Jose, until you learn how to maneuver around,...

    Jose, until you learn how to maneuver around, forums, particularly large ones like SMC can be confusing. Go over to our General Woodworking & Power Tools forum to ask your question:...
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    A quick Ear muff comparison

    The resent thread “Best and most comfortable ear protection” got me looking around for a second pair of muffs. I wear 3M Peltor X5A muffs in the shop and particularly when running my cnc router....
  21. Not a slider but I have their readout on my...

    Not a slider but I have their readout on my Benchdog router lift. No problems with it.
  22. I question that too but I'll be able to do a...

    I question that too but I'll be able to do a direct comparison with my 3M X5 muffs.
  23. I wear 3M Peltor X-Series muffs that have an NRR...

    I wear 3M Peltor X-Series muffs that have an NRR of 31 dB. They work well with my cnc router. I find the 3M muffs pretty comfortable overall, but if you’re hot and sweaty, not so much. I’m not sure...
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    If it looks legit I write "not at this address"...

    If it looks legit I write "not at this address" and stick it back in the box. If it looks like junk mail it gets recycled.
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    Ditto here, I love my Woodmaster. I can easily...

    Ditto here, I love my Woodmaster. I can easily take 1/64 per pass with it. I had the exact same experience sanding pine and vowed never to sand it again!
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