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    I get them from my blade guy

    I get them from my blade guy
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    I'm sure I can find them cheaper than $150 a...

    I'm sure I can find them cheaper than $150 a knife. $600 for my planer.
    I spent $1400 on carbide already today...
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    Don't put a seam/joint there. Make the face...

    Don't put a seam/joint there. Make the face frame one piece on the sink section, add the return wall a separate unit, assemble on site.
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    I don't know how much they help. We have a...

    I don't know how much they help. We have a cyclone on our cnc and it has the foam pads inside the filters. I can't imagine they do a huge amount. I'm way too lazy to pull them out test it.

    I...
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    You'll need to empty the hopper first probably. ...

    You'll need to empty the hopper first probably.

    Are you screening your sand or grit as you're dumping it in?
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    What if the base is cast iron or rolled steel?

    What if the base is cast iron or rolled steel?
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    First thought is plugged. They're always...

    First thought is plugged. They're always plugged. Open the valve on the handle and back feed it some air.
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    There's no issue with alignment. Every other...

    There's no issue with alignment. Every other time I blow the head out. Nothing ever really comes out, it just makes me feel good

    I just flipped the knives on my planer this morning. Took me...
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    Water. Extra characters

    Water.

    Extra characters
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    We use the big 91 one for miter folds. Similar...

    We use the big 91 one for miter folds. Similar results to Gerry, super smooth cut.

    Mdf is going to be the easiest of materials to cut.
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    Planer, widebelt, shaper spindle height, shaper...

    Planer, widebelt, shaper spindle height, shaper outboard fence, cut off stations.

    I've always wanted to try a Tiger Fence on a tablesaw and the rip saw
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    I really dislike radial arm saws. I'd rather...

    I really dislike radial arm saws.

    I'd rather use a sliding tablesaw for just about anything a radial arm saw will do.
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    I've set them at top speed and never adjusted it...

    I've set them at top speed and never adjusted it after that.

    Might make sense in materials other than wood to slow it down.
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    I've never used anything better than an omga chop...

    I've never used anything better than an omga chop saw
  15. I think I've only got seven stationary tools that...

    I think I've only got seven stationary tools that I bought new, everything else was used.

    Almost all of my portable handheld tools were purchased new. There's a free things I would buy used and...
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    The best craftsman isn't going to make it without...

    The best craftsman isn't going to make it without putting business first. You can be both, but keeping the lights on and food on the table is paramount. I'm fortunate, I'm pretty good at the...
  17. View it like a pilot would. When you screw up. ...

    View it like a pilot would. When you screw up. Everybody dies. The good news is you probably won't be killed by a piece of woodworking equipment, and you won't be taking another 230 souls with...
  18. Crazy. Never heard such a thing, but the trades...

    Crazy. Never heard such a thing, but the trades are a little different from most.

    Could be a regional thing too.
  19. Across the board, that is extremely unusual.

    Across the board, that is extremely unusual.
  20. Right?! I've seen dummies amputate body parts on...

    Right?! I've seen dummies amputate body parts on machines that should've been almost impossible to get hurt on
  21. You gotta stop making stuff up. If it doesn't...

    You gotta stop making stuff up.

    If it doesn't require a medical attention, it's going to get a bandaid and be the end of it in my experience.
  22. Remember that time you went through a tablesaw...

    Remember that time you went through a tablesaw nose to tail?
  23. Northfield shapers have a pretty small footprint....

    Northfield shapers have a pretty small footprint. Excellent shapers, but not really intended for constant set up changes, so probably not a great fit use wise.
  24. I'd be surprised if there was any real data out...

    I'd be surprised if there was any real data out there, I'm not sure I'd trust it either.

    In 15 years of running a cabinet shop we've sent two people to the emergency room. Once was a tablesaw, a...
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    Punched in at 6:40am, punched out at 1:30am. ...

    Punched in at 6:40am, punched out at 1:30am.

    Self employment, where the weak get eaten.
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