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  1. These type of shelving units should not be taken...

    These type of shelving units should not be taken for granted. I was skeptical at first, but they are extremely stable and can carry the load.
    Adjust ability is a big plus and for the money are hard...
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    Thanks, Jim Your answers to John Jordan in...

    Thanks, Jim
    Your answers to John Jordan in another post convinced me this would do what I need to connect my shop to my home network.
    I couldn't find this info yesterday, but upon more research...
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    Eero PRO setup- User experiences

    Based on the information in another thread here on Sawmill Creek this seems simple enough I can setup. I'm looking to get the Eero Pro 6 mesh.
    In reviewing the necessary requirements for setup it...
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    But shouldn't this really apply to all power tool...

    But shouldn't this really apply to all power tool woodworking operations!
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    Looks like a typical fatigue break to me. Not at...

    Looks like a typical fatigue break to me. Not at the weld. Typical of thicker gauge blades on 14" saws. It just happens sometimes not all time.

    Just an FYI I have forty years experience...
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    Most likely stop rods for repetitive cuts.

    Most likely stop rods for repetitive cuts.
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    https://www.blackhorsedesigns.com/clydesdale...

    https://www.blackhorsedesigns.com/clydesdale

    While almost as expensive as a CNC router,
    I suspect it is faster for slabs, plus the option to sand puts it a step ahead for slab processing table...
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    https://www.boltdepot.com/Wood_screws_Square_flat_...

    https://www.boltdepot.com/Wood_screws_Square_flat_head_w__nibs_type_17_Lubricized_finish_steel_8.aspx
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    Magnetic Tape 1/2in Wide x 50 FT long x 1/32...

    Magnetic Tape 1/2in Wide x 50 FT long x 1/32 Thick
    https://www.hudson4supplies.com/magnetic-tape-1-2in-wide-x-50-ft-long-x-1-32-thick.html
  10. Thread: Padauk

    by Tony Joyce
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    Very resinous, It will gum up belts unless run at...

    Very resinous, It will gum up belts unless run at a bias and light passes or in combination with hardwoods like maple or oak.
    If you can sand with a drum, then wide belt will be no problem.

    As...
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    Cutting foam(Kaizen type) with CNC

    Yes, I know I can order it custom cut! Time and cost are a factor!

    Does anyone have experience cutting foam on a CNC?
    Looking to make some french fit boxes.
    Suggestions?
    Sources for foam?...
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    Love the detail work, very nice. Tony

    Love the detail work, very nice.

    Tony
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    Lately this 467867 467868 467869 I made...

    Lately this

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    I made two of these, very fun.
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    Weatherby Vanguard?

    Weatherby Vanguard?
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    A very good treatise on door and window making. ...

    A very good treatise on door and window making.

    https://lostartpress.com/collections/books/products/doormaking-and-window-making

    The digital download is only $13.50

    Tony
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    It could be diminished from age or use. You could...

    It could be diminished from age or use. You could also switch the top and bottom hinge to see if that would resolve it.
    If the screws are tight in the jamb and door, what else could it be, but...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76YML37Vu00

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76YML37Vu00
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    They appear to be for a Delta.

    They appear to be for a Delta.
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    I've also had good performance with the Arbanet...

    I've also had good performance with the Arbanet discs and sheets. The belts not so much, bad seams. Short life.
    May be the reason they were closeout.

    Tony
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    Click donate button at the top of the menu,...

    Click donate button at the top of the menu, scroll to the bottom the USPS address is there.

    Tony
  21. Very nice, well executed. Tony

    Very nice, well executed.

    Tony
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    I buy all my Sherwin-Williams Pre-Cat lacquer...

    I buy all my Sherwin-Williams Pre-Cat lacquer uncatalyzed and mix myself as I use it. Two year shelf life on uncatalyzed, ninety days on catalyzed.
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    The Sherwin Williams store in Reidsville stocks...

    The Sherwin Williams store in Reidsville stocks Pre-Cat lacquer. Also the Winston Salem store off Stradford carries it. Contact me and I'll give you my salesmans number.

    I may be able to help/save...
  24. Thread: dying wood

    by Tony Joyce
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    Considering materials and labor it would be more...

    Considering materials and labor it would be more economical to buy the colored veneers. Of course lengths maybe a consideration.
    I have experimented with dying veneer and decided I'd rather be...
  25. Short answer, Yes you can. I've done it lots of...

    Short answer, Yes you can. I've done it lots of times on a full size moulder.

    Tony
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