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    Wow, tough crowd.

    Wow, tough crowd.
  2. I did this: 429438 You can buy one for...

    I did this:

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    You can buy one for about $50 or make one for a few bucks. Oops, now $78!!!
  3. Ditto. One of the tools I wonder how I did...

    Ditto. One of the tools I wonder how I did without.
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    Drop cut / stop cut on the router table. A stop...

    Drop cut / stop cut on the router table. A stop block determines your starting point. You plunge the cut either by lowering onto the spinning bit or pivoting into a slot cutter as shown here.
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  5. Hmmm, keeping certain types home from work where...

    Hmmm, keeping certain types home from work where they normally get to expound, with or without a willing audience, on many theories devoid of empirical data generates some interesting online...
  6. What is the basis for this position? Are they...

    What is the basis for this position? Are they saying that sanding grit is left behind to dull the blades? Does sanding make the material harder or more abrasive?
  7. Many thanks gents.

    Many thanks gents.
  8. Are You Happy with Your Dylos DC1100?

    The title says it. I'm between shops and want to start with some sort of indicator early on this time. At 1200 sq ft I understand the DC1100 would need to be carried around to the areas I want to...
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    There's a lot of discussion on this here although...

    There's a lot of discussion on this here although the search engine is pretty poor. Essentially the jointer, like the tablesaw, planer and other fixed cutter tools, expects a reliably consistent...
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    Mine is angled about 2 degrees. 429248 At...

    Mine is angled about 2 degrees.

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    At about 5 feet is a stand-off "rail" that the boards rest against. The boards touch the rail (and the wall if they are 12' or more) which also holds the...
  11. I have the Veritas BU jointer and a LAJ. I would...

    I have the Veritas BU jointer and a LAJ. I would just use your jointer. You are right about being able to swap irons around in the BU jointer, LAJ and BU Smoother being a tool multiplier. While I...
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    Rick beat me to it. Before we blame the dado...

    Rick beat me to it. Before we blame the dado stack, let's look at what we are cutting. High quality, thickly veneered hardwood plywood and/or plywood with many thin layers will do better than soft...
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    If I hear one more of our leaders pat themselves...

    If I hear one more of our leaders pat themselves on the back for how quickly and adeptly they reacted to this big unexpected and surprising situation I may go to bed and stay there for the duration :D
  14. I bought Klingspor for my 6 x 89. No problems,...

    I bought Klingspor for my 6 x 89. No problems, great performance, long life. To Jack's point, I bought some Grizzly 12" discs, they were junk. Sorry Shiraz.
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    Jim and I may be twin sons of different mothers. ...

    Jim and I may be twin sons of different mothers. Not only are my parts nearly finish prep'd, I pre-finish any problematic sub-assemblies.
  16. Nice one. Thanks.

    Nice one. Thanks.
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    Ding, ding, ding. I don't have an anti-static...

    Ding, ding, ding. I don't have an anti-static hose but, outdoors I am generally hanging on to the hose providing the path to ground. Inside I have the hose suspended and don't notice a lot of shock...
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    I think Derek has your answer but, if you really...

    I think Derek has your answer but, if you really want to cove them.

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  19. Stop being resourceful. We'll have nothing to...

    Stop being resourceful. We'll have nothing to complain about!

    Its funny but, my parents always carried those single use plastic gloves in the car to pump gas or do other things involving...
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    Or a few pieces of scrap for a jig and move on. ...

    Or a few pieces of scrap for a jig and move on.

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    I hope one positive is anyone who was not aware...

    I hope one positive is anyone who was not aware of the fragility of our situation, now is. I am not a cynic but, I do not hold out much hope. It's not as we didn't have previous experiences to...
  22. The quick answer is a 2-1/4HP combo kit. For...

    The quick answer is a 2-1/4HP combo kit. For more blathering, read on . . .

    The main benefit of the 5616 over the 5615 to me is the variable speed. Matching your bit speed to the task at hand...
  23. We all have our favorite routers. I find them...

    We all have our favorite routers. I find them second only to my hand planes or spoke shaves in being a very personal choice. Get a couple in your hands as the feel of them will very much influence...
  24. Poly will stand the wear better, shellac is food...

    Poly will stand the wear better, shellac is food safe and easily repairable if there are toddlers following along behind that may chew.
  25. I was pleased to learn that my lifestyle had a...

    I was pleased to learn that my lifestyle had a formal name; self quarantine. :)
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