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  1. I'll try to add something useful. Installing...

    I'll try to add something useful. Installing cabinets is one of the ways I make my living. Believe it or not, your floor isn't to far from normal. Lots of cement slabs in good shape actually have...
  2. I've used PL400 for that very thing, worked fine.

    I've used PL400 for that very thing, worked fine.
  3. Dust collection is different on the 780, and the...

    Dust collection is different on the 780, and the light. Both are better. Better yet get a DHS790AT2 if you want a TRULY amazing dewalt saw.
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    Coming from the perspective of someone who has...

    Coming from the perspective of someone who has reluctantly installed dozens of these infernal things, I urge you to pause. The door you are thinking of will weigh a lot. If it's just hanging there...
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    Usually they are dictated by the other stair...

    Usually they are dictated by the other stair materials. I try to use something tough, like oak or maple on stairs in general, but that isn't always possible because of customer tastes.
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    Congrats! They are great machines. Just one...

    Congrats! They are great machines. Just one note, I moved mine several times in the last 10 years, and on one of the moves the table moved a little. No big deal to realign, but something to be...
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    Glad you reported back, sounds like you got...

    Glad you reported back, sounds like you got similar results to what I've had.

    One more thing I didn't mention before in my campaign against link belts, to achieve their purported "benefits" they...
  8. Tom King, that ball bearing trick is clever.

    Tom King, that ball bearing trick is clever.
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    The heresy! How dare someone speak against the...

    The heresy! How dare someone speak against the vaunted link belt! ;)

    I remember when they failed in an attempt to market them as something you should always keep as a spare in your car in case...
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    Like Johnny said, miter saw is the tool for the...

    Like Johnny said, miter saw is the tool for the job. Make a pass as deep as you can, turn the pipe a quarter tun, use the first pass kerf to make sure nothing moved when you rotated it, and make the...
  11. Stabila makes one if you want really good. I...

    Stabila makes one if you want really good. I think it is around $450. I use one of their digital levels often, it's good stuff.
  12. Thank you to whoever invented Torx so we aren't...

    Thank you to whoever invented Torx so we aren't stuck with either of these two now.
  13. Just so you know where I'm coming from, I...

    Just so you know where I'm coming from, I currently own and use in the business, (1) Bosch 4100 small contractor, (2) Dewalt 7491RS small contractor, (1) Delta contractor like the 36-5000, but with...
  14. Rolled hoops are fairly easy to find, google will...

    Rolled hoops are fairly easy to find, google will find a few pages of companies eager to sell them. I'd just build my own, take a strap and a band clamp, make a circle and MIG weld the beveled ends....
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    I'd think on replacement cost basis. I have to...

    I'd think on replacement cost basis. I have to buy a big pile to get ok under $2 here, a just as you want, but the math indicates an opportunity my exist.
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    1000 boards, if 1x6x8', you have 4000 board ft of...

    1000 boards, if 1x6x8', you have 4000 board ft of lumber, at $2 is $8000 replacement cost. IF you are getting it free, there is definitely room in there to buy a few throw away cheap planers and...
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    The only bluetooth connectivity that I've found...

    The only bluetooth connectivity that I've found useful is on the Spectra laser, it lets my phone know if it's been bumped. It told me that the other day when a customers cows were being curious on a...
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    Careful with the tapes, mine invariably land hook...

    Careful with the tapes, mine invariably land hook first when I drop them on the floor, which can easily add or subtract a 16th when the hook bends. I try to keep a pampered reliable one in the shop...
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    That's a sweet machine, good taste in...

    That's a sweet machine, good taste in accessories! Getting that outrigger off without a little mechanical advantage is zero fun, good to see one of those carts in action.
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    I'm stuck with 10' length maximum and 6-7" width...

    I'm stuck with 10' length maximum and 6-7" width from my supplier. Just finishing a house that we'd built all the millwork out of alder in, so the waste is higher for this project. Wouldn't be as...
  21. School of hard knocks student here, I definitely...

    School of hard knocks student here, I definitely agree. Watched my profit margin get eaten by a extra milling way more than I care to admit.
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    If you read the manual for the oven, it should...

    If you read the manual for the oven, it should have a specified air gap listed. Follow it and you won't have issues. It was drawn up by their lawyers, so it likely has an abundance of caution. ...
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    Yes. As for the "niche", if you think you've...

    Yes.

    As for the "niche", if you think you've ever "made it" in business of any sort, you shall soon be proven wrong by a much more agile and hungrier competitor. There is no niche, there is...
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    Yes! I do this for a living, I had to change...

    Yes!

    I do this for a living, I had to change careers and this was plan B. Luckily I know something about business, otherwise this career would be very short. Ditto what one of the other guys...
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    I couldn't agree more. I make a living with my...

    I couldn't agree more. I make a living with my tools, no one will be paying me to redo that mess it made. You get the drift of my reason for the post. I have a $50 dowling jig that'll make the same...
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