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  1. The cable issue is really nothing once you get it...

    The cable issue is really nothing once you get it all setup. Its kind of an overthought. The main issue is looking for auto-off after a period and even better wired power (proscale) where your only...
  2. The other issue your going to find with the wixey...

    The other issue your going to find with the wixey depending on how you work is +/-5 thou resolution so your spread is close to 10. This is fine if you only use your planer for a rouging tool but if...
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    Im not sure what youre getting at? Ball Checks?...

    Im not sure what youre getting at? Ball Checks? Swing Checks? Ball is maybe air/water, swing, water.. These pumps use manifolded commercially available vacuum components for the multi-stage. What...
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    Yes. Any pump can be pulled and the unit still...

    Yes. Any pump can be pulled and the unit still runs. If t didnt a stage that wasnt running or needed would be a dead leak in the system
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    If you sourced double refined you'd have probably...

    If you sourced double refined you'd have probably paid $10 more per sheet and saved hours of your time that could have been invested in fruitful shop work instead of mediocrely improving a crappy...
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    Your best bet for a decent solid MDF top will be...

    Your best bet for a decent solid MDF top will be to source double refined or some suppliers call it door grade. All MDF is not created equal. The standard material you will find at retail suppliers...
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    No input on the machine(s) but +1 on the comment...

    No input on the machine(s) but +1 on the comment to ditch all forms of bit "sets". Just order what you need. They are a small line item in your list but likely may have tooling in them that you will...
  8. Keith, Those are in 1/2" thick 3form Chroma....

    Keith,
    Those are in 1/2" thick 3form Chroma. Comes in tons of different colors and with or without diffusion layer. (basically a semi opaque backing layer so you dont see through the material). The...
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    Your least expensive option may be to glue down a...

    Your least expensive option may be to glue down a sheet of 1/8" tempered hardboard. Stick it down with PVA, when it gets beatup you can scuff and apply a fresh one on top. Horizontal grade laminate...
  10. Agreed, great looking work

    Agreed, great looking work
  11. 466030Keith is the master. Ive not had great luck...

    466030Keith is the master. Ive not had great luck with any sprayed/brush/rattle can that Ive used. But I've likely not waited long enough for them to dry or Im too fussy with regards to the painted...
  12. My input would be the largest blade they can run...

    My input would be the largest blade they can run with a lower tooth count, and if you can find a heavy hollow grind thats better. Air blast (precision point) for chip clearing, and if they cant slow...
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    Youll never find a definitive answer. Maybe Ron...

    Youll never find a definitive answer. Maybe Ron Popiell (sp)
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    I couldnt agree more. If I were selling slabs or...

    I couldnt agree more. If I were selling slabs or had access to rotten/dead stuff that wasnt worth sawing on the open market.. or was selling epoxy, packing tape, etc.. I'd be rooting on the epoxy...
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    A couple years or a few months? lol. Any of these...

    A couple years or a few months? lol. Any of these with even remote use will require the most ginger of care. They are more scratch and haze prone than the hood of a corvette. Then you add in the...
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    My first experience with this concept was perhaps...

    My first experience with this concept was perhaps in my single digit years when encapsulating "things" in epoxy was a craft/home hobby trend. This would have been in the early/mid 70's. Everyone at...
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    Only advice I have is to remember if your talking...

    Only advice I have is to remember if your talking a system that trips the DC as well as opening the gates as opposed to just have a DC running and automatic gate actuations if the shop is light usage...
  18. Why would you ask the interweb and not a 15...

    Why would you ask the interweb and not a 15 second call to your local code enforcement? Always better to go to the source (which you will ultimately do anyway) as opposed to a bunch of speculative...
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    The hard part about estimating operating cost...

    The hard part about estimating operating cost accurately would be that its totally dependent on the number of gates open. If the DC is moving very little air (one gate) it will eat less power, all...
  20. Stellar video Edwin. That was pretty awesome to...

    Stellar video Edwin. That was pretty awesome to watch all the way around, the responsible harvesting/planting job creation, then there the tooling, super cool Fadal milling center and a Mirka Deros...
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    Dog boning is super common, I use it all the time...

    Dog boning is super common, I use it all the time on fixtures and work holding. My guess was the OP likely wanted some crisp pocket as he mentioned I think this is some sort base or some component of...
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    Floating in water is just about as bad as the...

    Floating in water is just about as bad as the dishwaser especially for end grain. Your 3rd photo shows tangential movement clearly. The two segments orientation have tangential shrinkage with the...
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    Your sign work is always impressive. Is all that...

    Your sign work is always impressive. Is all that in the shield/star painted in by hand?
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    I have been told by a couple reps that bring some...

    I have been told by a couple reps that bring some material in from EU, some partially, some made here with components brought in, etc.. that its a compounding effect. Labor from shut downs, same...
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    I think the issue with pattern cutting the pocket...

    I think the issue with pattern cutting the pocket from the original part here is that its so shallow. The bearing and the socket head cap screw may likely come close to not making it on the pocket...
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