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    I am in the same boat. My son-in-law is into...

    I am in the same boat. My son-in-law is into smithing too. He does all his forging and stuff outside but the grinding and sanding is done in the wood shop. It is a bad combo.
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    I use Powertec discs and Norton sheets. Seem to...

    I use Powertec discs and Norton sheets. Seem to work pretty good.
  3. I don't really understand what you mean by...

    I don't really understand what you mean by "rolling the wye outlet about 45 deg. downward and connect the drop with an adjustable 90 deg. ell, essentially making it a rolling 45 deg. transition". My...
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    How about the Jet 14" JWBS14-SFX. How does that...

    How about the Jet 14" JWBS14-SFX. How does that compare? That is the saw I have been looking at.
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    If you are a single man shop running one (or...

    If you are a single man shop running one (or maybe two) machines at a time a 5" main will be just fine. Verticals should be no larger than the machine port typically 4".
  6. If you buy quality tools they will all match. If...

    If you buy quality tools they will all match. If they don't throw them out. You cannot use just one measuring device for everything. You will need a tape measure and a 12" combination square for...
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    I am not a fan of the mats for a couple of...

    I am not a fan of the mats for a couple of reasons. You can't have them everywhere if you move machines at all and it makes it more difficult to clean up. I have always relied on footwear to give...
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    Looks great!!!

    Looks great!!!
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    You should be able to get close using George's...

    You should be able to get close using George's calculation or looking at specs of that compressor or similar compressors online. Most old craftsman have info specs or manuals online.
  10. I had a delivery not too long ago that I never...

    I had a delivery not too long ago that I never got. They almost always leave a photo like Jim mentioned but no photo on this one. Also my cameras didn't pick up anyone like they always do. Must...
  11. I have the Dewalt and it seems to work fine.

    I have the Dewalt and it seems to work fine.
  12. If you have 6 teeth per chipper that is not a...

    If you have 6 teeth per chipper that is not a full disc chippers.
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    I have not had any problems with mine however...

    I have not had any problems with mine however they both are always on with a remote switch. One in a router table and the other on a CNC.
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    Completely paperless here. I actually scanned...

    Completely paperless here. I actually scanned all my file cabinet documents and shredded the paper. All bills are paid automatically so I only write checks for any one time purchases where I can't...
  15. You could try a 4x8 plastic wall panel glued to...

    You could try a 4x8 plastic wall panel glued to the sheetrock after the sheetrock replace/repair. Available at Home Depot for $21.56.
  16. I have never had it come out of an existing hole...

    I have never had it come out of an existing hole but I have had it crack thru the wood due to hydraulic pressure of the dowel in the hole.
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    I have kept glue for many, many years and it...

    I have kept glue for many, many years and it never went bad. I had a very old Elmers not long ago that I tested and it was fine. If kept at a good temperature I think it will last indefinitely IMO.
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    If it looks ok I would test it on some scrap. If...

    If it looks ok I would test it on some scrap. If edge glued and the wood fails first it's probably good. From Titebond FAQ page.

    Frequently Asked Questions
    What does the term "shelf life" mean...
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    From NIH: Results. Over 30,000 table saw...

    From NIH: Results. Over 30,000 table saw injuries occur annually. Fingers and hands are the most frequently injured body part and lacerations are the most common injury. ... Medical costs for the...
  20. How thick are they? Use a non-slip, a...

    How thick are they? Use a non-slip, a horizontally clamped piece of wood on the bench of bench dogs.
  21. I had been using 2mm staedtler pencils. Lately...

    I had been using 2mm staedtler pencils. Lately switched to .9mm and .5mm Pentel lead pencils. I think I prefer the .5mm. Lead seems to hold up and I can get closer to the rule and more accurate...
  22. I am just getting serious about frequent...

    I am just getting serious about frequent cleaning. It seems like cleaning needs to be done frequently - maybe every month or more with frequent use. I have never sharpened and I get years of...
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    I have the DWS780 15 Amp 12 in. Double Bevel...

    I have the DWS780 15 Amp 12 in. Double Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw and I love it. Have had for many years and it is dead on accurate. It isn't cheap. The DWS779 15 Amp Corded 12 in....
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    It has gotta be the knives.

    It has gotta be the knives.
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    The Jet JCDC-3 is on wheels but it is capable and...

    The Jet JCDC-3 is on wheels but it is capable and can either be semi-portable or stationary ducted. It comes with a 8" or 3-4" with the included adapter. It also comes with a wireless remote...
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