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    There are quite a few folks who do conversions...

    There are quite a few folks who do conversions out there, many using salvage Tesla batteries and motors in conjunction with some software folks who know how to rig things to get it all to work. I...
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    I did the same for the slide I had in the old...

    I did the same for the slide I had in the old shop...the OEM high/low fence was way longer than necessary, especially because I did not normally have it go beyond the blade when in use, so taking a...
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    There is one or more sources for custom kerf...

    There is one or more sources for custom kerf blades in this recent thread:

    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?240669-6-quot-dia-blade-on-a-SawStop
  4. When I use water soluble dye, I shoot a quick...

    When I use water soluble dye, I shoot a quick barrier coat of wax free shellac over it...SealCoat to be specific because it's readily available and very light in color.
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    I still have late summer flowers blooming out...

    I still have late summer flowers blooming out front...welcome to the new reality.
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    Exactly my point but more blunt.

    Exactly my point but more blunt.
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    I think you're short a few hammers, Anuj.... :D...

    I think you're short a few hammers, Anuj.... :D :D :D
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    Mark, I think you interpreted what I wrote...

    Mark, I think you interpreted what I wrote incorrectly...I absolutely support and WANT the technology to be used. I wasn't making excuses for anyone. I'm not the one not doing the job. The carriers...
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    The conundrum here is that the majority of...

    The conundrum here is that the majority of robocalls originate from other parts of the world, are generated using Internet protocols and are not tied to valid numbers. Even those launching in North...
  10. If you don't want to make a deeper cabinet, make...

    If you don't want to make a deeper cabinet, make a deeper top that can, in turn, fasten to the wall. Otherwise, yea...I'd bolt to the floor.
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    LOL. Good point, Rich. I'm "reminiscing" about...

    LOL. Good point, Rich.

    I'm "reminiscing" about the last time I bought the 'box of rags" from the 'borg. I very carefully picked through the (small) pile to fine the one box that nobody has pried...
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    SealCoat and Transtint is an awesome tool in the...

    SealCoat and Transtint is an awesome tool in the bucket for toning without the challenges that sometimes come from using dye and/or stain on certain boards. The singular downside is that the color is...
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    Physically swapping out a router for a spindle...

    Physically swapping out a router for a spindle after the fact is the "easy" part. It's the software integration that often isn't as clean with an "upgrade" compared to buying the machine with it...
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    I had doubts about that at first, too, and keep...

    I had doubts about that at first, too, and keep in mind that I had the S315WS slider in my shop which made it pretty much physically impossible to stand in "cabinet saw" position to use the...
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    I generally do not skip the jointer, but every...

    I generally do not skip the jointer, but every once in awhile, when being absolutely flat isn't a requirement for some project or component, thicknessing without it serves the purpose with one less...
  16. A stable base for a heavy tool is always a good...

    A stable base for a heavy tool is always a good idea. If you feel there's a chance of the weight shift causing issues, there's no harm at all fastening things down, IMHO. But fastening the back to...
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    Shellac is really easy to spray and yes, part of...

    Shellac is really easy to spray and yes, part of the cleaning process is running some DNA through it.

    One other nice things here with shellac: You can take that SealCoat, which you know is wax...
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    My issue isn't about Wally-world products, etc....

    My issue isn't about Wally-world products, etc. They serve a need/desire for sure. Rather it's personal about how a family member was treated while in their employ. My question was more tongue in...
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    I have my jointer set to about 1/32"...I'd rather...

    I have my jointer set to about 1/32"...I'd rather have to take more passes in some cases to avoid taking off more than I need to in others.
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    Brian, I see you got some possibilities in the...

    Brian, I see you got some possibilities in the owners' group. It would be really worth your time to do a "field trip", even though it might mean some travel...getting an up-close look really will...
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    I have not looked into adapters as there wouldn't...

    I have not looked into adapters as there wouldn't be any application for me given every one of my different drill/drivers is a different voltage configuration. But I can see that having them...
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    Sometimes saying no is the right...

    Sometimes saying no is the right response...sometimes it's hard to do that even when no is the right response. :) 'Glad that she recognized how much work you had to put into this! (it was probably a...
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    While it's certainly possible that it's an active...

    While it's certainly possible that it's an active creature, looking at the design of the chest, it may just be built of material that has "that look" on purpose. It looks to me like the finish...
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    Indeed...fat fingered it!

    Indeed...fat fingered it!
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    Mark, pick up an inexpensive gun to spray shellac...

    Mark, pick up an inexpensive gun to spray shellac with exclusively. It's an easy material to spray. I kept my old Wagner HPLV conversion gun specifically for shellac when I bought the upgraded gun...
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