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    As Jamie said, you can get this:...

    As Jamie said, you can get this:
    https://www.festoolproducts.com/festool-202097-bluetooth-remote-control-set-for-ct-26-36-48-dust-extractors.html

    and it doesn't even require the Festool batteries...
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    Ha. The guy I bought the lumber from would have...

    Ha. The guy I bought the lumber from would have been very annoyed about that one piece that got mixed in with the rest, but sadly, it was only enough for those 3 drawer fronts.
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    Maple desk with hutch

    Maple desk with hutch. An unpaid commission (:D) for my folks, based on their design inputs. It will sit in a large, open-plan kitchen, so I wanted to keep it somewhat cabinetry-looking, and was...
  4. How about this?...

    How about this?
    https://www.amazon.com/MTMTOOL-Button-Indicator-Momentary-Switch/dp/B07S348P6X/

    Or just hook up a regular toggle switch and wire one of these to it:...
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    That's a nice looking saw!

    That's a nice looking saw!
  6. Randall, you're not the only one who has...

    Randall, you're not the only one who has struggled to understand the calibration of this device.

    The method described in the manual is basically:
    1) Plane a piece of wood to any arbitrary...
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    What an impressive story! Thanks for creating...

    What an impressive story! Thanks for creating that video and sharing.
  8. It's just a (very) flat piece of metal that bolts...

    It's just a (very) flat piece of metal that bolts onto the arbor. You still use a dial indicator mounted to something running in the miter slot to measure how parallel it is to the miter slot.
  9. All the pieces would need to be ridiculously...

    All the pieces would need to be ridiculously rigid for this to work. Put a dial indicator on a saw blade while in the saw and push against the blade with your finger - you'll see ten-thousandths of...
  10. I was making the same decision about a year ago...

    I was making the same decision about a year ago and am much happier to have bought a mini-split heat pump:...
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    I think Lee's right. The raise/lower mechanism is...

    I think Lee's right. The raise/lower mechanism is very simple and obvious if you remove the lid - just a chain wrapping a sprocket on each post, and a tensioner. Should be easy to take the tension...
  12. https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?271549-Fel...

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?271549-Felder-KF500-Round-peg-square-hole
  13. I'm confused about what step is your workflow is...

    I'm confused about what step is your workflow is leaving you wanting to use the gauge like that, because this seems like an odd question?

    With the Wixey, you don't need to know how much to take...
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    Did you see Bill Space's post #57...

    Did you see Bill Space's post #57 in this thread?
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    I'm confused what you're asking, but... You...

    I'm confused what you're asking, but...

    You can use either the "regular" or "PS" versions of the brackets. Since you're doing inset, you probably want the additional adjustability of the PS...
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    Wow. Mark, best wishes for your recovery. The...

    Wow. Mark, best wishes for your recovery. The fact that a very experienced, skilled, and wise individual such as yourself could sustain such a serious injury should give us all pause. Thank you for...
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    Dick, just wanted to thank you for sharing those...

    Dick, just wanted to thank you for sharing those pics and explanation. Those are some really cool ideas for MFT use!
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    Jon, the "beam" (the fixed support for the...

    Jon, the "beam" (the fixed support for the sliding table) is generally right where you'd want to stand if you were using the rip fence like a traditional table saw. Many short-stroke sliders don't...
  19. I have the bigger (2 battery) version, and I'm...

    I have the bigger (2 battery) version, and I'm not sure it's the same with yours, but it's kind of a non-obvious feature that you can hold the trigger part-way in and get variable speed (vs using the...
  20. That is really cool! Must have been quite the...

    That is really cool! Must have been quite the garage sale...
  21. There are glues that set up at different speeds.

    There are glues that set up at different speeds.
  22. Hello fellow Minneapolitans... I was sad to...

    Hello fellow Minneapolitans...

    I was sad to hear of Youngblood closing, but always thought they were difficult to shop, dark, dirty, and confusing...

    Discount Lumber Outlet in Savage has a...
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    Tim, the table saw fence rail arrangement is...

    Tim, the table saw fence rail arrangement is interesting...
    That fence (with the cam-action lever) - I think I have the same one, and it doesn't "drop" onto the rail (it has to be slid on over the...
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    I think the sparking you see on the centrifugal...

    I think the sparking you see on the centrifugal switch is normal - so let's set that symptom aside.

    So from a cold start, it now works fine? The only issue is that after 30-60 mins of use, it...
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    Interesting... The "Warning" sticker does look...

    Interesting...

    The "Warning" sticker does look just like the Hammer/Felder ones, and it does have CE mark stickers (which I think would be less likely on a knockoff). There are some differences...
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