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    Yes, I had to cut the rail for the slider to fit.

    Yes, I had to cut the rail for the slider to fit.
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    I took the pictures but can't remember how to...

    I took the pictures but can't remember how to upload them here. But there's a channel running the entire length of the long length of the slider. That's where the legs attach, using T-bolts.
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    Oh, sorry. I'm pretty sure the Unisaw has a...

    Oh, sorry.

    I'm pretty sure the Unisaw has a shorter table than the Harvey. The depth on a Harvey table is 31". The Harvey slider comes with additional hardware and instructions to attach to a...
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    I do and I love it. It slides so smoothly I...

    I do and I love it. It slides so smoothly I slide it back and forth just to feel the quality. It's rock solid. The fence stays square. Haven't had any problems with dust buildup. No problem...
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    Most likely

    Most likely
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    I realize it doesn't make sense but here's what...

    I realize it doesn't make sense but here's what happened...

    After testing the voltage from the ironworker's metal stair railing to their trailer door knob (the two were not mechanically bonded)...
  7. That's what I've got. My only problem is once...

    That's what I've got. My only problem is once the whole setup gets going, it can be a bit unwieldy, but that's because it's on a pitched floor (garage) and it tends to want to move toward the drain....
  8. I used their 3550 with the extension for my table...

    I used their 3550 with the extension for my table saw. With all wheels swiveling it can do a 360 in the space of the length of the equipment. For my small shop, something like that was a must. For...
  9. The perfect height of a table saw is the height...

    The perfect height of a table saw is the height that works best for you.

    As to DIY a mobile base out of wood, over the years I've done that on several tools and found most to be too bulky, too...
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    Go tell that to the iron worker foreman after he...

    Go tell that to the iron worker foreman after he got shocked grabbing the doorknob of his grounded office trailer.
  11. I used that method for my Hammer A3-31. But the...

    I used that method for my Hammer A3-31. But the shipper added a second pallet under the factory pallet, which made everything more fun. I used 3/4 EMT and a lot of Egyptian technology to get the...
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    While working on my neighbor's remodel, he bought...

    While working on my neighbor's remodel, he bought some M18 tools. I used his 7-1/2" circular saw a number of times and it cut through 8/4 lumber easily.
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    After we had a lightning strike on a jobsite I...

    After we had a lightning strike on a jobsite I was working on, I got a 50 volt reading to ground on the doorknob of the iron workers trailer. The trailer was properly grounded but nothing tripped. ...
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    Take a look at post #19. I used the legs that...

    Take a look at post #19. I used the legs that came with the slider for support. One had to be cut and rethread. Other materials used were Unistrut angle brackets and cap screws and washers. With...
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    Thank you, gentlemen. Jacques, yes, much wood...

    Thank you, gentlemen.

    Jacques, yes, much wood has been reduced in size on that setup and it's a pleasure to work on.

    Adam, I have been really impressed with the Harvey equipment I've...
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    I think it was either 3 or 4 coats, as per mfg...

    I think it was either 3 or 4 coats, as per mfg specs. It's Interlux Perfection Plus, a 2 part varnish. Practical Sailor tests showed it to last 2 years on the Florida sun. But you're not kidding...
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    Ditto. No more blast gates that won't close...

    Ditto. No more blast gates that won't close fully because they are clogged. One less maintenance issue to deal with.
  18. When I purchased the A3-31 I also bought Felder's...

    When I purchased the A3-31 I also bought Felder's Supergleit and Metallglanz. The JP has only seen those two treatments and rust hasn't been much of an issue. Could Felder have formulated them...
  19. Another tool I forgot to mention. But rust...

    Another tool I forgot to mention. But rust hasn't been much of a problem with my Jet OSS, but it's kept in the house, in my inside workshop. Yet there are a lot of hand tools inside that have shown...
  20. Thank you for the replies. The analogies make...

    Thank you for the replies. The analogies make sense.

    Taking a closer look yesterday, I noticed the cast iron router table extension, that was added over a month after the cabinet saw arrived,...
  21. Does Cast Iron Deeply Absorb Protectant Over Time?

    I'm trying to figure out why some cast iron tops in my shop are more resistant to rusting than others.

    When rust appeared on my old contractor's table saw I cleaned it up and applied protectant. ...
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    I'm jealous! Please send your address so I...

    I'm jealous!

    Please send your address so I can come over and make a mess. ;)
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    WOW! Nice looking snare! Any pics of the build?...

    WOW! Nice looking snare! Any pics of the build? Love to see them.
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    Thanks for the Pics, Erik. It's interesting to...

    Thanks for the Pics, Erik. It's interesting to see the tools from a different perspective than the catalog, and the size in relation to people.
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    You really appreciate all the work that goes into...

    You really appreciate all the work that goes into years of personalizing your tools when you decide to duplicate it all at once. But for now, I'm done.

    A look at Harvey's router table extension. ...
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