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    Tim, It was quite different from the 2D...

    Tim,

    It was quite different from the 2D program I had been running, but I picked it up fairly quickly. Google is a great resource, as there are lots of tutorials on the different features. Just...
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    I use the free version of Fusion 360. One of the...

    I use the free version of Fusion 360. One of the features is the ability to import drawings of most items from McMaster Carr. I've never used SketchUp, so I can't comment on the...
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    In order to match onto the top railing both the...

    In order to match onto the top railing both the top railing and the railing going down the stairs need to have an angle cut on them. So, if the angle measures 30 degrees, you need to cut a 15 degree...
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    I like my Bosch Colt with a plunge base. I'm not...

    I like my Bosch Colt with a plunge base. I'm not sure how it compares to the Dewalt or Makita.
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    I don't care for the first arrangement, but think...

    I don't care for the first arrangement, but think the second is attractive. The wider areas of sapwood look like a planned feature rather than a random occurrence.
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    Joel, I purchased my SCM Sliding Table saw...

    Joel,

    I purchased my SCM Sliding Table saw with the same way as you'd be purchasing the bandsaw. I placed my order for the machine (my dealer even provided me with the serial number that was...
  7. Most commercial roofing companies are familiar...

    Most commercial roofing companies are familiar with applying coatings, getting the correct mil thickness etc. Your job may be too small for the larger outfits. Assuming it requires multiple coats...
  8. Thread: Boots

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    My husband lives in his boots and really needs...

    My husband lives in his boots and really needs waterproof in the winter. He's hands down favorites are Keens. In the summer he wears ankle high Keen boots and in the winter prefers 9" with 1100...
  9. I'd start with making sure you've got the newest...

    I'd start with making sure you've got the newest print drivers installed. Also, assuming you're using Windows of some flavor, try to print a test page.
  10. Thank you for taking time to write this up. I'd...

    Thank you for taking time to write this up. I'd like to think that one is in my future, all though some finance recovery needs to happen first. The new sliding table saw was a bit hard on the...
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    Tom, I'm not familiar with that model, but my...

    Tom,

    I'm not familiar with that model, but my G1032 had bolt on tables. They were fussy to adjust and made the planer (which I had on a mobile base) take up much more real estate. Most of the...
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    I'll second the commercial account at Sherwin...

    I'll second the commercial account at Sherwin Williams for better pricing and access to "professionals only" products. My husband's business has an account, mostly for caulking, but when I made a...
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    I'm not sure if they're quite in your circle, but...

    I'm not sure if they're quite in your circle, but I've had great luck with Baird Brothers for sheet products.
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    Yes, cherry, walnut and most exotic hardwoods...

    Yes, cherry, walnut and most exotic hardwoods need to be excluded from bedding for horses. For some reason, horses find those species very palatable, and they are toxic.
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    That we can be consider a "world leader", but...

    That we can be consider a "world leader", but can't educate our population to proficiently use our own language.
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    If I'm unlucky enough to have to purchase "Paint...

    If I'm unlucky enough to have to purchase "Paint and Primer", I ignore that it is primer and use one of the tried and true primers first. Then 2 coats of the paint. I try to avoid the whole issue...
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    Pic would help.

    Pic would help.
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    Mine is much less elaborate, but it is a great...

    Mine is much less elaborate, but it is a great accessory. I use it quite a bit on my new slider. Earlier this week, I was making some tiny little drawer dividers and it made the job safe and quick.
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    Shred it each time I open the mail. As long as I...

    Shred it each time I open the mail. As long as I keep plastic out, the local animal shelter wants the shredding for bedding.
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    This weekend I made and fitted the drawers for...

    This weekend I made and fitted the drawers for the new shop cabinet that fits under the right hand side of the new slider. Nothing special, just box joint corners with applied drawer fronts. ...
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    We just finished canning the last of the...

    We just finished canning the last of the spaghetti sauce from our heirloom roma tomatoes. They're about done but our slicing tomatoes are still doing well. First frost could be any time now and...
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    My shop floor was engineered. It has 2 beams...

    My shop floor was engineered. It has 2 beams sitting on posts so that each joist span is just under 8'. Those beams carry 2x10 joists spaced 12" on center. There is then 3/4" plywood over the...
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    Nice job. Hope you have a little smile every...

    Nice job. Hope you have a little smile every time you walk past it.
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    I can't speak to your specific machine, but mine...

    I can't speak to your specific machine, but mine was easily replaced. The spring is a coil of spring steel that is wound up to produce tension and is called a "clock spring". They eventually break...
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    I had a 15" Planer and moved down to a 12" J/P. ...

    I had a 15" Planer and moved down to a 12" J/P. I can't say I've missed those 3". I'm sure I will someday, but so far...
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