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    I buy mine on eBay and like the ones with a wire...

    I buy mine on eBay and like the ones with a wire frame and large lenses, which make for better safety glasses.

    Looks like;

    http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/0/0/5/4/6/0/webimg/704280261_o.jpg
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    Don't orient wedge to split the grain.

    Don't orient wedge to split the grain.
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    Well done Brian.

    Well done Brian.
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    I'd set them using the smallest nail set...

    I'd set them using the smallest nail set practical.
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    The minimum footprint of a cyclone dust collector...

    The minimum footprint of a cyclone dust collector will always be the dust barrel which needs ready access.
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    Look for a used machine in good condition.

    Look for a used machine in good condition.
  7. I have 2 sets; 1 is Freud; both work well; both...

    I have 2 sets; 1 is Freud; both work well; both have the smooth cutting rim--not toothed or wavy. And I have used every size. It is well worth having the whole set from 1/4" - over 2" (don't recall...
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    Can't imagine doing much woodworking without a...

    Can't imagine doing much woodworking without a decent (not Wen) bandsaw. I'd definitely look towards a solution where you could store it indoors.
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    That straightedge appears to be too narrow, too...

    That straightedge appears to be too narrow, too thin and too short for this purpose.

    Except for the likelihood of getting one that is not straight enough, a long level is functionally much better...
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    My specialty is customizing yachts. Weight is...

    My specialty is customizing yachts. Weight is ordinarily an important consideration.
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    Really don't see the need for cordless.

    Really don't see the need for cordless.
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    Built mine from a re-purposed, cast iron, table...

    Built mine from a re-purposed, cast iron, table saw top.

    https://i.postimg.cc/ZR0bfb5B/shop-1.jpg
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    The wings are already drilled IIRC and simply...

    The wings are already drilled IIRC and simply bolt together.
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    If you install back-to-back, you must have a...

    If you install back-to-back, you must have a separate outfeed table between them, with a clearance slots. Otherwise the miter gage and sled cannot be used. Also more depth is required for feeding...
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    Mine are kept in a tool roll with individual...

    Mine are kept in a tool roll with individual pockets for each file.
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    Better to replace the too-short original cord...

    Better to replace the too-short original cord with a longer one and eliminate the extra connectors.
  17. In a table saw top aluminum is vastly inferior to...

    In a table saw top aluminum is vastly inferior to cast iron for a number of reasons, particularly durability.
  18. First thing I'd do would be to fire you.

    First thing I'd do would be to fire you.
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    "Oh did I mess up!" You certainly did. ...

    "Oh did I mess up!"

    You certainly did.

    Strip all of the oil. Remove the epoxy patches and replace with matching wood. Then refinish.
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    Here's Joe Walsh (what a character!) showing how...

    Here's Joe Walsh (what a character!) showing how to setup a guitar.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7gMwE7phoM
  21. Actually the worst advice. If there is no...

    Actually the worst advice. If there is no squeeze-out, you have a dry joint.



    Completely unnecessary.

    Note: always prime all glued surfaces with neat resin/hardener mix. End grain and...
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    To preserve the trailing edge, run a piece of...

    To preserve the trailing edge, run a piece of scrap through with it.
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    Run it face down to score it before crosscutting...

    Run it face down to score it before crosscutting face up.
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    BTW, I never use tapered plugs, always prefer to...

    BTW, I never use tapered plugs, always prefer to use the Fuller plug cutters and counterbores--no need to trim before installation.
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    Never before heard of trimming plugs before...

    Never before heard of trimming plugs before installing them. Trimming them after installation is super easy using a sharp chisel.
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