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    The email actually said you'd also get "free...

    The email actually said you'd also get "free shipping if the order was over $35". I guess the rant is that you'd have to actually call them (takes more of your time) to make it work. I think my...
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    Perhaps you are right and I think I have a...

    Perhaps you are right and I think I have a pre-disposition about marketing "geniuses". I worked in a production environment in two different industries and found marketing to be the tail that wags...
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    Go ahead, insult my intelligence!

    I decided not to buy the merch in my cart; I'll do without for now and shop elsewhere. The big Blue R woodworking company sent a promo code for $10 off of $50. I had more than that in merch in my...
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    Thanks Fred. With less than half the bandsaw...

    Thanks Fred. With less than half the bandsaw weight hanging over, may 35 pounds, I do not think (hope) I'll get any bend in two 2x4s that support the 3/4 plywood top. I have some leftover...
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    I have a small can from sliced olives that I...

    I have a small can from sliced olives that I stuffed a coiled old towel into. I put several drops of light oil on the towel to begin with and refresh occasionally with just a few drops. I wipe down...
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    Justify Your Footprint

    I’m just finishing up a bathroom re-model that turned out to be much more work than I imagined. Keeping up with this six-acre homestead,gardens, and a forty-year-old house are about enough to keep me...
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    Buying machines and supplies

    Who doesn't like a bargain? I was sent a 15% coupon last week from the R woodworking and had a frustrating experience with a very slow website before sending an email to customer service. After...
  8. 4 ft troffers

    I realize this is an old thread, but in case there are some folks just getting around to the change from fluorescent tubes to led fixtures and or bulbs, I want to offer a caution. I was the...
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    I like the Dustopper but..

    Hi Tom, Since you are the inventor, perhaps you can respond to me with info on the elbow included in the package. In plumbing terms, an elbow that is large on one end than the other is referred to as...
  10. Jorgensen is back! Comment on the thread and a...

    Jorgensen is back! Comment on the thread and a product review. Read to the end. Yes there's a wide variety available and sometimes needed. I bought quite a few 4-pks of Irwin quick-grip mini clamps...
  11. Thanks Jim.

    I appreciate the info.
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    Looks good, Derek!

    Looks like carriage bolts worked well for giving you more space than any knobs.
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    Excellent point, Andy. I'm sure folks would...

    Excellent point, Andy. I'm sure folks would cringe to see me feed stock without the latest way of Gripping, BUT I am accustomed to anchoring my precious right hand by wrapping one or two fingers over...
  14. T-track types single vs double cut

    I need to roder some t-track and am seeing the double cut profile as in the Powertec brand and I recently used a piece of Shop Fox (red) which simply had one flat bottom instead of the double...
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    400570So this is what I have for a prototype. The...

    400570So this is what I have for a prototype. The 1/2" fir and the bolt head let me pass a push "shoe" within 3/4" of the fence. I thought I'd try this just aft the blade. I bought some plastic...
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    Thanks, Lee. The set up I'm picturing would have...

    Thanks, Lee. The set up I'm picturing would have wooden featherboard 1/2" thick all along the fence attached to a nice chunk of 2X lumber that attaches to the top of the fence with hex bolts and...
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    Aluminum fence

    I love the MagSwitch I use ahead of the blade; it just doesn't work on the aluminum fence I have.
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    Table saw featherboard hold downs?

    I have not come across this, but cannot think of a good reason why it should not be done. Please, if you know of any safety, practical, or other reason NOT to do this, share your knowledge. After...
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    Table Saw Router Table

    I've just completed a project that had a long pause in the middle. I built this router table for my table saw and came across a decent (new, never used) table and router combo for about 25 cents on...
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    My first thought too, Ken. I worked in food...

    My first thought too, Ken. I worked in food processing, therefore stainless steel everywhere and this shape bolt was common. If not the exact shape, very close to it but I don't remember nibs under...
  21. A different view?

    If I missed something, I pre-apologize, but I did not see more than a very inexpensive table saw that you will get from your dad. Some replies listed "tools from your dad" (plural). Consider it worth...
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    I have this same saw.

    I bought mine new and have used it only occasionally for scroll work. I put new tires on it twice; orange-colored urethane the last time. I started researching resawing a while back and found I...
  23. Thanks Mike. I may have seen the idea in a...

    Thanks Mike. I may have seen the idea in a woodworking mag but also found a guy who had used parts of a 3-pc barbell. The idea was the same - Nice large knobs already made spin freely (quickly) for...
  24. Nice moxon on the cheap- using dumbell handles

    I just completed my first moxon vise after a few projects that were designated as "practice" for hand cut dovetails. My bench is rather tall to begin with but I really wanted to be able to get ends...
  25. Yes and yes.

    I also have a DeWalt 9" RAS that I bought two years ago and I love it. It is a 1959 and I believe the model is 925. I put a new red 8-1/2" blade on it and use it almost every week, despite a lull in...
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