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    Piping

    Oneida Dust Collector is right in the Syracuse area where you live. You might want to see what they have.
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    To be mobile or not to be mobile

    John: I use a harbor freight lift cart. It is cheap and works very well. I remove it when the 3520b is in position and can use the cart for other things. It has come in handy a number of times...
  3. bandsaw choice

    Jeff: The Agazzani B-20 , then Grizzly, then mm16. The Agazzani is very well thought of (also the most expensive). The Grizzly you mentioned I looked in great detail and I liked it a lot. It is...
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    What a grind

    Thomas: I have had the 1800 rpm Baldor grinder for a year now and like it a lot. It killed me to spend so much money but there didn't seem to be a middle of the road alternative. There does not...
  5. gast pump

    Please count me in!
    Thank you,
    Gary Brewer
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    honehonehone

    Joe: If the Swiss carving chisels you have are Pfeil then they come with the correct bevel and are sharp. They only would need to be honed to be in business. A leather strop ( a rectangular piece...
  7. 18th century skills

    Allan: I agree with Mike. If you want to learn 18th century carving skills then Allan Breed's intro to carving is outstanding. He does a great job and is in his prime professionally. He adds a...
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    those little buggers!

    Tim: I went through this with a beautiful batch of wood my son got me from a friend of his last year (walnut, cherry mostly). I had the pile in my garage and every day I had new little piles of...
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    How many gorillas?

    Mark: Just a point of information. If you assemble everything on the stand except the motor, tilt the assemble up and then plan on adding the motor you'll need more ceiling height to insert the...
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    cabriole legs

    Dennis: If you belong to fine woodworking website they have a number of articles on making cabriole legs. They are good enough to do a fine job the first time. Make a template ( or borrow one ),...
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    grex cadex ?

    Richard: I looked at this a few years ago and have seen in person both guns. They look very similar in construction and may share parts ( just my hunch ). They both are high quality guns. The...
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    going bats

    Hi Jeff: Nice project! If you wouldn't mind where did you get the blanks and are how much are they?
    Thanks for any help,
    Gary
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    return it

    Nathan: Take lots and lots of pictures, log everything you do on a pad of paper, who you talk to, date and time and what transpired. If you paid by charge card protest your payment. Return the...
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    $4500

    Hi Mike: I was just curious where you got the $4500 figure for a Oneway 2036? I just checked Highland Hardware and it is listed there for $5820 plus freight? Is there some cheap source for Oneways...
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    bearings

    Where would you recommend getting the bearings for the DJ20 cutter head?
    Thanks,
    Gary
  16. bridgewood 440 pbs

    Jason: The bridgewood 440 pbs is a great machine. They were being sold until about a year ago. There is a member of this site named Jameel Abraham that bought the 440. I have the next size up,...
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    chain saw selection and size

    Steven: 25" bar is huge and much more fatiging to use which can also lead to errors. Stihl is the best and well worth the premium price. I have a friend with a tree farm that has used them all and...
  18. magazine

    Luke: Fine Woodworking and Fine Homebuilding. For someone getting started Popular Woodworking is good.
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    pvc square cut

    Dylan: Milwaukee makes ( or did ) an attachment for their sawzalls to cut pipe that I have used to cut large and small pvc. It has a chain that goes around the pipe and the sawzall bracket goes...
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    3520b

    Scott: Did Osolnik match ToolNut's price? Did you order? Thanks, this has been very helpful.
    Gary
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    "The " Dave Gilbert

    Hi Dave: It is nice to see you on the creek. How is your work bench going?
    Gary
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    pin nailer

    Ted: I think getting to 1 3/8 length pins is very desirable. Think about wanting to nail 3/4 molding. A 1/4 length into the substrate isn't very much. The Grex gets the most hype and is a high...
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    hot dog not sizzling

    Jim: If it is an old unit it might have a thermocouple. This is a small copper tube that goes from the gas value to the pilot light (if it has a piolet light). It is a safety device. It must...
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    Pinnailer

    Jay: The Cadex and the Nikle pin nailers shoot slight-headed brads as well as the headless pin nails. The slight headed brads draw the wood being nailed towards the surface it is being nailed on with...
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    beading set

    John: Your welcome. I am glad the information was helpful. Two or three times a year they have sales with highlighted items at unusually low prices. The one before this I got a Incra 1000se miter...
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