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    Ron, I honestly can't think of a better word than...

    Ron, I honestly can't think of a better word than "pretty". Really, they look fantastic (especially the brownish). I hope you post about the durability once they've had a chance 'break-in'. Are you...
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    If you're building it, go bigger, as big as you...

    If you're building it, go bigger, as big as you possibly can. I have a 25x30 and an additional room that's 15x22 and I'm still buried once a job starts. It looks perfect and functional when it's...
  3. Wire brush like a madman and maybe run a hand...

    Wire brush like a madman and maybe run a hand plane over first. A #4 can be sharpened much faster than a planer blade.
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    Another vote for aligning both the blade and...

    Another vote for aligning both the blade and fence to the miter slot. Choosing a single reference point reduces the margin of error.
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    I have the woodcraft model and omg is amazing. I...

    I have the woodcraft model and omg is amazing. I bought it a while back (before the pricing insanity started) and feel its the best 150 bucks I've spent in years. I feel it offers all that the...
  6. Idk what you guys are putting through your 0858's...

    Idk what you guys are putting through your 0858's that's bogging the machine down. Mine eats anything I throw at it and no complaints at all on finish, etc.
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    Why not a dado? For such a small piece as a...

    Why not a dado? For such a small piece as a bridle joint, it should work fine. You can also use a spacer (same size as the tenon) between the two outside cutters and cut both sides of the tenon in...
  8. I don't like melamine outside of utility...

    I don't like melamine outside of utility purposes. How about lining the shelves with a colored laminate and edging the shelves with wood to match the rest of the cabinet?
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    Thanks, Glenn. I'm rethinking layout so may not...

    Thanks, Glenn. I'm rethinking layout so may not need that high off the ground. But I'd still like to get it mobile. You add 1 little tool to the shop and suddenly nothing at all fits even though...
  10. You can clamp the dowels with regular clamps just...

    You can clamp the dowels with regular clamps just using a square corner of a piece of stock and clamping to two sides. That said, I agree with Jim that you need splines.
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    Mobile Base for G1021X2

    I need to put my planer on wheels and raise it maybe 4 inches off the ground so looking for something with heavy duty swivel casters that will support the weight of the machine (and wood being...
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    This is partly why lots of great ideas never...

    This is partly why lots of great ideas never become mass market trends. Often, the person with the idea either can't execute, market, manufacture, etc.

    You have a wonderful idea that would...
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    How old is the saw? Put a dial indicator on the...

    How old is the saw? Put a dial indicator on the blade and see if there's any runout. Arbor bearings maybe starting to show a little wear?
  14. I would just apply another coat of do, wipe off,...

    I would just apply another coat of do, wipe off, dry. Hit it with a little sanding sealer and top coat with the poly.

    Edit: just make sure your sanding sealer is delayed.

    Edit2: you can try on...
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    Since you checked parallel, try the same thing...

    Since you checked parallel, try the same thing with another blade. Same results?
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    Well, this certainly makes life easy... thank...

    Well, this certainly makes life easy... thank you. I think I'll do similar with the back left corner.
  17. Thread: High Vise

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    Really cool... and creative, especially the parts...

    Really cool... and creative, especially the parts sourcing.
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    I have that chuck and my only criticism is that I...

    I have that chuck and my only criticism is that I need to crank down on it sometimes (i get some slippage here and there if I don't). Size of the bit is irrelevant as it's happened on both small and...
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    Hey that looks great, nice job and thanks for...

    Hey that looks great, nice job and thanks for sharing!
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    Would it be possible to ask for a pic? Not sure I...

    Would it be possible to ask for a pic? Not sure I understand - thank you.



    Very clever and creative but I'm not looking for a homebrew solution for this. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks a bunch for the reply.

    Thanks a bunch for the reply.
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    Steve, which router table do you have and how did...

    Steve, which router table do you have and how did you mount it. If not cast iron, is there any deflection in the top? Thanks.
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    Pretty sure there are more than just a few of us...

    Pretty sure there are more than just a few of us interested. I really enjoy seeing not only the completed works but also the progress. Thanks again for sharing.
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    Thomas, I'd be happy to let you know once it's up...

    Thomas, I'd be happy to let you know once it's up and running. I purchased it with the intent of using it on my ts but I never got around to installing it. It's going to be a couple weeks before I...
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    I prefer to wire anything I can to 220v over...

    I prefer to wire anything I can to 220v over 110v. There's less current draw for one. Especially something like a DC since it draws a bunch when you first start it up.
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