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  1. Tried it this morning. Used a 1" nut as a guide,...

    Tried it this morning. Used a 1" nut as a guide, shaved the six sides on the first 1" of the handle, fine tuned with a sanding block until the 1" six point socket fit nicely without using force. I...
  2. One blade can not do all those things, you are...

    One blade can not do all those things, you are correct. A tablesaw wants a positive hook angle, but a positive hook angle on a radial arm saw is a disaster waiting to happen for example.
  3. Ok Orren, as my hands are all beat to **** and I...

    Ok Orren, as my hands are all beat to **** and I have the same issue, and hate pipe clamps, I am going to try a couple of things today as I work in the shop. I'm thinking shaving the top 1" to the...
  4. Hey don't let them give you any grief. There are...

    Hey don't let them give you any grief. There are times that you just do what needs to be done, and that can certainly happen in the middle of a complicated glueup. If it makes you feel any better...
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    Matt, I agree, and have had a lot of that stuff,...

    Matt, I agree, and have had a lot of that stuff, but when I look back I wish I had done things a little differently. In todays market, for a serious hobbyist, I would recommend jumping right to say a...
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    Pole needs "None of the above."

    Pole needs "None of the above."
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    Ya, he is a buddy of mine, we worked on a couple...

    Ya, he is a buddy of mine, we worked on a couple of projects together. I was down last winter, but right after I left Mary [his wife] had a stairs accident and passed away. He's a little down and I...
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    Actually Eric as soon as I wrap up the kitchen I...

    Actually Eric as soon as I wrap up the kitchen I am on I am heading to Spring Branch to help my buddy Corky Bell. So will be in your neighborhood.
  9. so..... The internet was lauded as a boon for...

    so..... The internet was lauded as a boon for small business, and now the internet will be just one more hurdle driving small businesses to bankruptcy court? Ironic. Or planned?:D
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    Thanks Brad. The other use I had in mind is...

    Thanks Brad. The other use I had in mind is attaching face frames to the case. I always used biscuits and clamped, but since the changes mandated in paints a couple of years ago the paint gets hard a...
  11. I feel your pain Dan. I'm old and not a tech,...

    I feel your pain Dan. I'm old and not a tech, don't want to be, and when a site is hard to use I move on. I actually still prefer catalogs, with the information I need for installation on the same...
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    424081424082This table breaks all the rules, and...

    424081424082This table breaks all the rules, and ironically sits at a restaurant at a harbor in front of The DeVos family rowboat. Our secretary of education regularly dines here at this table, and...
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    Thanks, but I was looking for how they hold up in...

    Thanks, but I was looking for how they hold up in the real world. For example I make traditional cabinets and the uppers are always one piece, but was wondering how they would work for the dividers....
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    I have been contemplating one to save some time,...

    I have been contemplating one to save some time, but as I live in the middle of nowhere have not had a chance to go hands on. Couple of questions......

    All the videos are in particleboard which I...
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    I use that method on any projects that break the...

    I use that method on any projects that break the rules of conventional woodworking wisdom. In extreme cases I have pulled the West System further into the wood with a vacuum bag before final sizing...
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    I have the adjustable Frued set and can get it...

    I have the adjustable Frued set and can get it down to 7/16 with a little V-groove.
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    I bought the new model Makita 10" slide last year...

    I bought the new model Makita 10" slide last year and have been very pleased. A slider will never be as accurate as a fixed, but I keep one of those old Delta cast iron saws around for that. Dust...
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    I agree. It looks like a cheap Taiwan...

    I agree. It looks like a cheap Taiwan base/post/table with a better head. Was underwhelmed.
  19. I think you need to build a shed as a sacrificial...

    I think you need to build a shed as a sacrificial homage to the hurricane gods, just to be safe. And yes, red wine.
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    Why do you say Reeves drives are loud, and...

    Why do you say Reeves drives are loud, and really, who cares when it was designed. I have a Clausing with Reeves drive, it is quiet and has no electronics to burn out just after they are no longer...
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    The 36.25 is for cutting on the flat. If you are...

    The 36.25 is for cutting on the flat. If you are nesting it upside down against the fence you would just use 45 degrees> I do it both ways depending on the size of the crown>large crown on the...
  22. According to my salesman at Baer Supply some...

    According to my salesman at Baer Supply some manufacturers are dumping all but post form. The one I needed was only in post form recently unless I wanted color core. But... looking back at my outfeed...
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    What he said.......

    What he said.......
  24. There is a used SCM s500p listed on Woodweb that...

    There is a used SCM s500p listed on Woodweb that looks to be little used, in a home shop, and has some extras for just under $4k. Its in Maine so not all that far from you.
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    I agree. But I will stick to Tersa. I run carbide...

    I agree. But I will stick to Tersa. I run carbide straight knives in my jointer, but if I buy a new one that will be Tersa as well.
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