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    Sticky: Bob and Larry were kind enough to reply but...

    Bob and Larry were kind enough to reply but unfortunately they did not remember the connections they made. This was a pretty big thread and many people posted and built the bin sensor so I cant...
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    Sticky: So the load power on the right is from the bin...

    So the load power on the right is from the bin sensor and the bottom left connection is the negative from the flashing light? Where does the positive from the light connect? Thanks for the diagram.
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    My bad. I had zoomed the screen in google chrome...

    My bad. I had zoomed the screen in google chrome without realizing it. It now is back to normal Thanks.

    Woody
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    It says vb4 default at the bottom. I dont see...

    It says vb4 default at the bottom. I dont see "Full Site". Is full site different than vb4 default and if so, where do I find it? Thanks.

    Woody
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    Sticky: I have ordered all the parts for the bin sensor...

    I have ordered all the parts for the bin sensor but i'm having trouble understanding Rod Sheridan's drawing as it relates to the relay pics. For instance where and what are vcc , gnd and ck on the...
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    New Format

    Today when I am viewing the forums the format has drastically changed. The font is much larger and the appearance is different. I didn't consciously change it and I cant figure out how to go back to...
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    Yes, empty holes on top row, drawers on bottom...

    Yes, empty holes on top row, drawers on bottom row

    Woody
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    Bill a gallery is the structure behind the...

    Bill a gallery is the structure behind the writing surface of a desk. Most have some sort of pigeonhole dividers along the top and small drawers on the left and right side. In the middle you might...
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    443392 443393443394 Here are pictures of...

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    443393443394 Here are pictures of the drawers , the front of the desk, and the back of the prospect box. The desk is a 1798 virginia plantation desk with chippendale elements. The...
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    Gallery drawers

    I am working on gallery drawers for a slant top desk and am getting hung up on how to attach the bottoms. The pictures of these I have seen show the sides,, back and front all having the same width...
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    Finally success. I must have loosened the bolt on...

    Finally success. I must have loosened the bolt on the guide rod which allowed the whole upper guide assembly to rotate to the side. I just rotated it back and it is now centered. My bad. One good...
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    441697 Here is a picture of what I was...

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    Here is a picture of what I was describing showing the huge gap. Don't know why the picture rotated it is upright on my pc.

    Edit: rotated photo, JKJ

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    Finally got my saw up and running. I got new...

    Finally got my saw up and running. I got new upper wheel bearings, spring and carter tension rod from Iturra Design. Seems to be working fine except the upper guide block assembly is skewed to one...
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    Ok. One thing I forgot to mention was that when I...

    Ok. One thing I forgot to mention was that when I first started resawing I noticed the cut was not straight and that the blade was no longer perpendicular to the table. I adjusted the table, started...
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    Yes but then I was trying to figure out why the...

    Yes but then I was trying to figure out why the blade broke and when I put tension back on the wheel hit the top cover and wouldn't turn anymore. So you're saying this is normal without a blade on...
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    Maybe that is normal without a blade but the...

    Maybe that is normal without a blade but the tracking screw looks like it should thread into the hinge in the picture making it more stable. The top wheel is too high and seems to flop around.
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    The blade has been on the saw for several years...

    The blade has been on the saw for several years cutting fine.
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    441374441374 here are pictures of the hinge...

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    here are pictures of the hinge not attached to the tracking screw. Is this the problem?
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    Yes it is the top rim which is touching the top...

    Yes it is the top rim which is touching the top of the cover. The hinge is in the bracket is not tight. Is the adjustment screw supposed to thread into it? Mine looks sheared off perhaps but is...
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    i disassembled the top and removed the sliding...

    i disassembled the top and removed the sliding bracket assembly. The axle seemed fine but the hinge flops around and the screw behind it doesnt thread in to it. It looks like there might be part of...
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    Bandsaw breakdown

    I just had a curious problem when I was resawing about a 5 inch wide board on my 14 inch old jet bandsaw. After a couple of inches the blade just snapped. After I removed it I looked at the top wheel...
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    Please enter me. Thanks.
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    Yes that does but I still have doubts as to the...

    Yes that does but I still have doubts as to the best way of cutting the notch on the vertical divider. The first side is clear, just run through the front against my router table fence for 1/2 inch>...
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    Robert, Can you remember how you used the pc...

    Robert,

    Can you remember how you used the pc style template with the vee bit to cut the gallery dividers? I can't picture that. The gallery vertical divders are 1/8 inch on my desk. I assume you...
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    Pigeon hole divider v notch

    I'm making pigeon hole dividers for a slant top desk and want to use a v-notch joint where the divider meets the rounded over drawer divider below. I read an article in FW where Lonnie Bird cut these...
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