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  1. I have the FS41e and the dust collection has...

    I have the FS41e and the dust collection has never been an issue. Does the collector get 100% of the chips: no. But it gets enough of them that it only necessitates a minor brush-off of a few errant...
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    There Are Indeed Fuses

    Not sure if you have the FS41E or the FS41ES: I have the FS41E and there are indeed fuses. They reside behind the main power panel on the side of the unit (behind the main power rotary switch). In...
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    Bed Bolt Covers Added

    As promised, here are the bed bolt covers installed. Just disks of ebony with magnets epoxied to the back: attache to the bed-bolt heads. Now the project is FINISHED!...
  4. You might consider changing the bearings on the...

    You might consider changing the bearings on the quill and in the motor. Here is a source for old Delta DP parts:

    http://www.hammerscale.com
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    You may recall seeing this: my latest project...

    You may recall seeing this: my latest project https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?297516-My-Latest-Project-A-Bed

    I purchased the first piece of lumber for this project on Sept 3, 2021. I know...
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    I am thinking just a simple 1/8" x 1-1/8" disk...

    I am thinking just a simple 1/8" x 1-1/8" disk proud of the bolt hole. Magnets are on order. Mattress being delivered today.
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    Oh, you noticed the bolts? Yes, the project is...

    Oh, you noticed the bolts? Yes, the project is 99.5% done, but I still have to make some bolt covers. I will be using ebony and I am going to experiment with attaching them using very small magnets....
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    Thanks much gentlemen! Chris: yes its a single...

    Thanks much gentlemen!
    Chris: yes its a single joint that will spend it life hidden by pillows!
    Scott: I was very fortunate to get a nice supply of very wide lumber a few years ago: it makes a...
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    You could do a lot worse than this: The...

    You could do a lot worse than this: The Anarchist's Tool...
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    Thanks much gents: much appreciated! Ted: sent...

    Thanks much gents: much appreciated!
    Ted: sent you a PM
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    Kevin: Thanks! Yes, my go-to finish: Osmo...

    Kevin: Thanks! Yes, my go-to finish: Osmo Polyx-oil. Got lucky with some great grain on the cherry. Slats ended up being 1-1/16" thick so I think they are adequate. Of course we know what the next...
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    I guess I will need to brush-up on my...

    I guess I will need to brush-up on my differential geometry:D
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    My Latest Project: A Bed

    Just completed this today: many months in the making.

    https://i.postimg.cc/xTGwjVZz/IMG-2019-1.jpg
    https://i.postimg.cc/2jqm89px/IMG-2026.jpg
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    I have my jointer set to take about a 1/64" bite:...

    I have my jointer set to take about a 1/64" bite: Minimax Xylent segmented head. I rarely take more than twice that when running the planer. I get better results with this strategy as opposed to...
  15. Thread: Saw drift

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    A day in the shop rarely goes by when I don't...

    A day in the shop rarely goes by when I don't spend time sawing for practice (and fun). Get some scraps, mark them up across the top and down the edges with a square, and practice, practice,...
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    Been using the Starrett fractional for years:...

    Been using the Starrett fractional for years: works great.
    https://cdn11.bigcommerce.com/s-4s9liwcv/images/stencil/1280x1280/products/314379/433268/1202F-6-2__77892.1594894041.jpg?c=2
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    Given the same situation when using the TS, the...

    Given the same situation when using the TS, the Sawstop would most certainly have come into play. My Sawstop was made in Taiwan, not China, so significant difference there. Since TTS Holdings of...
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    Lie Nielsen will undoubtedly make this right. ...

    Lie Nielsen will undoubtedly make this right. They are dealing with unprecedented demand for their goods right now: they are meeting the demand as well as any company could be expected to. They...
  19. I was doing some jointing/planing yesterday with...

    I was doing some jointing/planing yesterday with a Minimax 16" J/P with the Xylent insert cutterhead. Cherry stock was just under 16" wide (5 feet long) . I have the jointer set to about 1/64". It...
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    I will sometimes clamp a stop block to my rip...

    I will sometimes clamp a stop block to my rip fence to gauge the tenon length. When the work piece is flat on the tables surface, it engages the stop block at the bottom of the block. When you rotate...
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    Great minds think alike:...

    Great minds think alike:
    https://i.postimg.cc/cLHqtn5d/IMG-2903.jpg
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    I've posted this a number of times in the past. I...

    I've posted this a number of times in the past. I built a prototype of the cabinets I was planning on building: experimented with all the various joinery and hardware. The prototype became my router...
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    Greg: that is a terrible board, send it to me and...

    Greg: that is a terrible board, send it to me and I will dispose of it properly:). Seriously, you want as much of that as you can find! Get working! Phil
  24. Not familiar with the FS41ES, but I did this same...

    Not familiar with the FS41ES, but I did this same adjustment for and FS41E. If they are similar, there will be two mounting points on the hinge side where shims are used at the factory for the...
  25. I like it!

    I like it!
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