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  1. What is the process you follow to adjust things?...

    What is the process you follow to adjust things? There is a lot that can be achieved with adjusting those two bolts at the front of each table (with the table locked down). The cast Iron does flex a...
  2. I have a FS350 and have removed the tables...

    I have a FS350 and have removed the tables (disassembled the machine entirely) twice and had to put things back together and adjust things. Setting the tables right takes time (usually I spend 1 hour...
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    13 year old thread....

    13 year old thread....
  4. The raise you get at the end of the table (away...

    The raise you get at the end of the table (away from the cutter head) will be far more than the thickness of the shim.
    If the distance of the two bolts of the hinge is say 8" and you shim under the...
  5. Maybe my post wasn't clear; as I said you can...

    Maybe my post wasn't clear; as I said you can make the drawer box front a little out of square so that it is parallel to the face frame and hence the drawer false front sits perfectly on the face...
  6. Make your slides level, otherwise your drawer...

    Make your slides level, otherwise your drawer won't stay open and tend to close by itself which is annoying. You can compensate by adjusting the front of the box perhaps to be a few degrees out of...
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    Started with 500 (when doing many things in our...

    Started with 500 (when doing many things in our house project), then bought 700 with Seneca adapter, sold 500. Wish had bought 700 many years ago...
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    I made this several years ago: ...

    I made this several years ago:

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    Not always. If we are talking about very small...

    Not always. If we are talking about very small bits (say a 3/16" round over or a 1/4" straight cut) I prefer a 1/4" shank as it there is very little benefit in thicker shank and instead it allows me...
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    Wow, that has been a costly experience. Thanks...

    Wow, that has been a costly experience. Thanks for the heads up. Why would they use metal in MDF, that is abrasive on the blades regardless.
  11. Thank you. It was 1.5 years of hard work (+...

    Thank you. It was 1.5 years of hard work (+ having a full time day job!)
  12. Well, the woodworking project I am most proud of...

    Well, the woodworking project I am most proud of is all the woodworking in our house (from entry door, to all passage doors, to cabinets, to trim work, to curved railing, walk-in-closet), that were...
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    I usually use jigsaw with a proper blade for...

    I usually use jigsaw with a proper blade for metal cutting (steel, aluminum, etc), if that's an option for you a lot cheaper to replace a jigsaw blade...
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    Great job. I have one of those saws and it's a...

    Great job. I have one of those saws and it's a wonderful machine.
    The company is one of the bests to deal with. Their CS is excellent.
  15. face/edge jointing won't damage the machine if...

    face/edge jointing won't damage the machine if it's not done routinely. Don't worry about that!
    If you are thinking if the veneer will be left, the answer is most likely no. As suggest, you can...
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    I still pre drill for hardwood. Not for soft...

    I still pre drill for hardwood. Not for soft wood. What they really excelled at is when doing plywood boxes as they don't split the plywood when going into an edge. That's a big time saver.
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    GRK screws are great and used a few thousands for...

    GRK screws are great and used a few thousands for my past projects but expensive/overkill for most projects I think.
    I buy large gars (500) of various sizes of the ones I listed and they have been...
  18. Had planned to finish our basement last summer...

    Had planned to finish our basement last summer and was blown away at 2.5X the price of lumber. Many builders have stopped building as the price of material is through the roof but not the house...
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    These are what I use:...

    These are what I use:...
  20. save time on joining the edge if it was very out...

    save time on joining the edge if it was very out of straight...
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    I started with simple jigs to use router for...

    I started with simple jigs to use router for mortising (these are very old photos of it):

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    It's very accurate, I've used with 3/8" and 1/2" spiral bits.
    I purchased a General Int...
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    It looks well built from woodworking angle but...

    It looks well built from woodworking angle but errr....hmmm are you sure that 90 degree back would feel comfortable for sitting?!
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    My 17" floor standing has and it's a very useful...

    My 17" floor standing has and it's a very useful feature. I often use to bring the bit down and set exactly where I want it to drill then lock and then secure the piece the table.
  24. A round to square transition is very similar to...

    A round to square transition is very similar to the standard duct boots (such as https://www.homedepot.ca/product/imperial-3-1-4x10x4-inch-universal-boot-straight/1000107434). It will consist of two...
  25. Why not get a sheet of metal and simply make one....

    Why not get a sheet of metal and simply make one. It isn't difficult.
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