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    Woodworking Tool--An old 4" Starrett double...

    Woodworking Tool--An old 4" Starrett double square i paid $3 for. I've since picked up newer pair of 4" and 6" that i can read the scales on.
    Non-woodworking Tool--Weber gas grill. Could not...
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    That looks to be a Ridgid R4512, if so i have its...

    That looks to be a Ridgid R4512, if so i have its cousin (Craftsman 21833). I have very good success ripping hardwoods up to full 2"--with dedicated ripping blades. But most pine, especially...
  3. It will be as flat as the sub-plate allows. ...

    It will be as flat as the sub-plate allows. Really just allows one to use anything drilled in that pattern--of which there is a lot between the PC 690 and i think the 7518 uses it also. Happy...
  4. For those that prefer the PC bushing--the Bosch...

    For those that prefer the PC bushing--the Bosch 1617 fixed base has a separate set of mounting holes that are tapped in the same pattern as the PC 690--which means that a PC mounting plate fits. ...
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    Bandsaw is a tool where "bigger" is not a lot of...

    Bandsaw is a tool where "bigger" is not a lot of extra floor space, but does add some nice capacity. I like my steel-spined 14" saw, but definitely should have been in the 17" - 20" range of throat...
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    I have a 6" long bed--often wish i had an 8", not...

    I have a 6" long bed--often wish i had an 8", not just for wider boards but also for the ability to skew narrower stock. Not a scientific view, but in our area i regularly see 6" jointers on CL, at...
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    Since you have the router table and the Incra...

    Since you have the router table and the Incra LS...how about a 6 mm bit in the router table? Most bit manufacturers do "plywood" bits that are sized for what you are doing. The LS gives at least...
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    I use a fair amount of thin and super-thin CA in...

    I use a fair amount of thin and super-thin CA in pen turning, and the type of nozzle shown above works great for filling small voids (to flood powdered stone/metals into the voids). Immediate...
  9. Joe--if no local takers (there should be at that...

    Joe--if no local takers (there should be at that price), would you consider shipping at my expense? I'm thinking that set-up could work quite well for segmenting, though my Seg-Easy sled seems to be...
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    Depending on the size of the stock--might be...

    Depending on the size of the stock--might be easier/safer to control on a RAS than to try to push through a table saw. And if the widths/dimensions are consistent for some runs--a few stock-holding...
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    Okay, since Postal Zones started in 1943 and were...

    Okay, since Postal Zones started in 1943 and were replace by ZIP Codes in 1963--we have a rough idea of the dating of that label. Might really help--and i'm curious!!
    earl
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    I've been pretty happy with a Forrest Chopmaster...

    I've been pretty happy with a Forrest Chopmaster (and i'm not a fan of their 40 tooth "all-purpose" blade on my table saw), should be available at $140-$150. Also have an Amana AGE MD12-106 that i...
  13. Great info Mike--i appreciate it. earl

    Great info Mike--i appreciate it.
    earl
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    Matt--i've got a Laguna fence from an 18" saw...

    Matt--i've got a Laguna fence from an 18" saw (not a Driftmaster) that i picked up several years ago. Was way too big for my 14" saw, so it's kicking around the garage. I'll try to get a pic to...
  15. Same here as well. even tried I E and Edge on...

    Same here as well. even tried I E and Edge on Sunday.
    earl
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    I've got a few 4/4 at 11" - 12" wide and 10'...

    I've got a few 4/4 at 11" - 12" wide and 10' long--i can still pick them up when i HAVE to, but prefer to drag them!!
    earl
  17. I got the 15% and free shipping offer a week or 2...

    I got the 15% and free shipping offer a week or 2 ago. Among the exclusions listed are "power tools, Porter-Cable dovetail jigs, CNC machines, leigh products, SawStop, Tormek, Ready2Rout, select...
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    Paid...I think. earl

    Paid...I think.
    earl
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    Mike, If not claimed, i'll take it at $50...

    Mike,
    If not claimed, i'll take it at $50 shipped. PM coming.
    earl
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    Relatively few hobbyists are in a position to run...

    Relatively few hobbyists are in a position to run the 3 phase--so resale gets a little tougher. I'd love to have a PM 66, but when i look at 3 ph machines i have to factor the cost/learning curve of...
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    I found a Grizzly version a few years ago--and...

    I found a Grizzly version a few years ago--and it's good. The Lion has a much better reputation. I thought my miters were tight until i started using a trimmer!!
    earl
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    I have the Kreg and also the Incra 1000 HD. ...

    I have the Kreg and also the Incra 1000 HD.

    Kreg--bought used, and it was missing a few bits (notable the brass pre-set). I couldn't figure out how to buy parts on their site so finally called...
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    Michael--where are you located and is the 108" a...

    Michael--where are you located and is the 108" a single piece? Thanks.
    earl
  24. John--pick me up in Northern Indiana, you can...

    John--pick me up in Northern Indiana, you can drop me and the jointer off on your way home with your band saw.

    Truly a very good price on either, and i'm guessing them to be very well cared for....
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    Just make sure you correct that typo in the first...

    Just make sure you correct that typo in the first post...115" is 9' 7", would be a stretch to be 48" too short!!
    I agree on listening to Van!!
    earl
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