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  1. Appreciate a link where you source those...

    Appreciate a link where you source those fasteners please
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    Iffff you want to stay with something small and...

    Iffff you want to stay with something small and storable I think the Bosch jobsite saw with gravity rise stand is very good. I have the older model and it's quite accurate. I just measured blade to...
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    Is the model you are looking at have the abilty...

    Is the model you are looking at have the abilty to rotate the head 90 degrees on the post? If so, you can properly weight the portable stand and rotate the head to have a quasi floor model but will...
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    It just clicked in this not so fresh brain matter...

    It just clicked in this not so fresh brain matter after re-reading the description. The Wahuda has cast iron tables and the Rikon is machined aluminum, doesn't even say cast aluminum. Along with the...
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    Thanks for your detailed impressions. At what...

    Thanks for your detailed impressions. At what size would you avoid the Wahuda and flatten by hand?
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    I couldn't find any on Ebay searching locally so...

    I couldn't find any on Ebay searching locally so probably not a viable option.
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    Good point on the warranty. Noticeable weight...

    Good point on the warranty.

    Noticeable weight diffrence and see some small differences so being clones wouldn't have my conclusion. Interesting point.
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    Benchtop Jointer?

    Do to space and budget limitations I am considering benctop jointes vs the typical full sized machines which I am sure are better.

    The best candidates I have found thus far seem to be the Rikon 8"...
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    Thank you. Finish was challenging, think my ploy...

    Thank you. Finish was challenging, think my ploy was a little old
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    New to Oak, first project

    I have been doing some pine cabinet type stuff with mostly plywood but I tried my hand with some oak I had gathering dust.
    Red oak top and white oak sides and softwood dowels. A friend of my...
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    Interesting idea. Get most of the material and...

    Interesting idea. Get most of the material and then a final light clean up pass. I have an adjustable rabbet bit I might be able to borrow a larger OD bearing. Have you tried that?
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    Thanks Mike, Richard and Zach for your help ...

    Thanks Mike, Richard and Zach for your help

    Tough project for me trying to make furniture grade peice with limited stock, skill and experience. Coming out pretty okay so far but taking a long...
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    Hmmm, last answer I expected but with limited...

    Hmmm, last answer I expected but with limited remaing scrap wood I'll give it a try
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    New Oakie, Burned Round Over Detail

    New to working with oak, red oak in this case, and I used a 3/8 round over bit with bearing and the surface was burned. Not 100% but something like 10-20% of it. Sanded most of it out but that was...
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    I had a sled with baltic birch, had it dialed in...

    I had a sled with baltic birch, had it dialed in and sat for a few weeks, came back and it was off by a fair amount, maybe 1/2 a degree. So trying again with MDF which seems more stable based on a...
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    Oak Guides for Sled?

    Making a table saw sled with Micro-jig dovetails/clamps on the top. Main plate 3/4" MDF. Front and rear supports two (glued) 3/4 plywood, 4-5 inches tall.

    Will I regret making the runners from red...
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    Thank you. Seems it's unobtainable for the...

    Thank you. Seems it's unobtainable for the foreseeable future.

    So back to my original choices of PC or Leigh.
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    They are closed as far as I can tell. Figured...

    They are closed as far as I can tell.

    Figured someone here would know the straight poop..
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    Akeda DC-16 Dovetail Jig

    I this company still in business, shutdown for Covid-19 or permanently?

    Website say they have temporarily halted production but the latest date I can find on the website is 2010. Linked sales...
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    And sometimes Google gives you crap with...

    And sometimes Google gives you crap with advertisers filling up the search results.
    But thanks again
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    Thank you. Wonder why I couldn't find anything on...

    Thank you. Wonder why I couldn't find anything on Jet site
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    Jet Table Saw Part Number Question

    I found a Craigslist listing of a Jet table saw with a photo of the nameplate data. Model number "JWCS-10A-LFR" stock number "708435S". Can't make out serial number but those numbers are clear as day...
  23. I don't doubt the experiences of others here but...

    I don't doubt the experiences of others here but I have done a number of projects using 2x3's milled down on my lunchbox planer and table saw. I have not had gumming up blades but I did have a knot...
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    I am considering making this or something simiar....

    I am considering making this or something simiar.

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    That is a tool I haven't considered yet. That is...

    That is a tool I haven't considered yet. That is definitely worth considering.
    Thank you
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