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    Frame Miter Clamping Helper

    I thought I posted this way-back-when under one of my "Random Tips" rambles I get on now and then but cannot find it. This was just going to be a "hey I made some more of these" thread but just in...
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    Definitely one of my favorites.


    They’re hitting the ground like wet sacks of cement.


    Classic.
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    Ding, ding,ding.

    Ding, ding,ding.
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    +1. About $10/bf for walnut out here.

    +1. About $10/bf for walnut out here.
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    I know what you mean. I only recently got the...

    I know what you mean. I only recently got the shop going and it seems everything I have made so far with one exception has been for the shop :D. I hope to start using the shop to make things...
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    Of course it is hard to recommend a product that...

    Of course it is hard to recommend a product that one has had for years because the same product today may be very different. Be that as it may . . . I picked up a 29 piece Hitachi set on sale at...
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    Been with Consumer Cellular since retirement. ...

    Been with Consumer Cellular since retirement. Very happy. Great customer service. Good prices. The AARP discount pays for our AARP membership and then some.
  8. Husky Adjustable Height Work Bench Table - Shelf

    I know a few folks have these. Surprisingly useful. Mine changed my whole approach to an outfeed for my bandsaw and other things. In an effort to increase its usefulness I added a shallow shelf....
  9. Well done. .001" is my target. Mostly I hit it,...

    Well done. .001" is my target. Mostly I hit it, on some tools I stop when I get within reason if they are erratic while aligning.
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    Conductive UMHW was used in some of the shipping...

    Conductive UMHW was used in some of the shipping assemblies for electronics where I worked. I cut regular UHMW and just didnít have my thinking cap on when I started cutting the conductive material....
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    I have the factory Saw Stop overarm. The...

    I have the factory Saw Stop overarm. The reduction at the guard really does make getting more airflow a decision point for you (and me). Like you I find the collection to be surprisingly good...
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    This was invaluable in planning my new shop...

    This was invaluable in planning my new shop layout. That's the 19-38 with extension tables on the left.

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    They didn't make the smaller unit when I got my 19-38. Given the sizes of things...
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    Thanks everyone. I factored a lot of your...

    Thanks everyone. I factored a lot of your suggestions in and ended up here. First I should mention that I don't know how I got along without a laser level. This one was reasonable but lacks a...
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    You can minimize vibration in a few ways on this...

    You can minimize vibration in a few ways on this type of jig. First assure that the tolerances of the jig's moving parts are good; you don't want any slop there. Your bit selection is important too....
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    Gaaaaah!!! I can understand why what happened...

    Gaaaaah!!! I can understand why what happened was a lot more important than how :eek:. Glad no one was hurt in that.
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    Don’t stop dreaming.

    Don’t stop dreaming.
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    I added felt dots to the feet. I also add a...

    I added felt dots to the feet. I also add a small felt dot to the underside. This will apply pressure to the bottom to hold it tight.
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    How Do You Store Your Handscrews?

    I stored them on a length of knotted rope in an out of the way corner in the old shop.
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    I appreciate the info Alan. I ran a version of...

    I appreciate the info Alan. I ran a version of these in the previous shop with the same bracket spacing. These brackets and standards are actually a heavier duty version of those that I used to...
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    Thanks all. Box joints were cut with an i-box...

    Thanks all. Box joints were cut with an i-box and a dado stack. A key in a sacrificial fence or whatever method you prefer for box joints will do.
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    I did make the fit quite snug...
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    Thanks guys! Rule of thumb is 1 cubic inch...

    Thanks guys!



    Rule of thumb is 1 cubic inch per pound of the person's weight when healthy. Internal size is an important dimension but, outer dimensions can be just as important if the urn...
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    Another Urn

    We lost my wife's oldest brother to COVID a short while back. This is not what I would have picked for a first project out of the new shop but, the shop was ready enough so we offered. I did a mock...
  23. I certainly enjoy the additional swing on my 17"...

    I certainly enjoy the additional swing on my 17" drill press. I upgraded from a 14". The 14" went slower which I do miss. There are folks out there that never set their chuck speed to match the...
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    Yep. That's true. My misfire was due to me...

    Yep. That's true. My misfire was due to me cutting conductive UHMW. As soon as it fired I knew what I had done. I have always been a safety advocate but as stated, I approach the tablesaw cuts...
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    I enjoy sapwood as a design element but rarely...

    I enjoy sapwood as a design element but rarely use it with walnut. Walnut lightens with time and the contrast can get lost without some effort with colorants to preserve the look. BTW, I think the...
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