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    YouTuber Matt Cremona offers slabs and kits for...

    YouTuber Matt Cremona offers slabs and kits for Roubo benches. He has a huge impressive home built bandsaw sawmill in Minnesota.
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    Old glue or too thick of a spread are two of the...

    Old glue or too thick of a spread are two of the issues with CA failure. It seems counterintuitive but a little CA is stronger than a lot.
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    I politely say I do not loan out anything I don't want to pay to replace. Covers most everything.
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    I make mine from whatever scraps I have. Bandsaw...

    I make mine from whatever scraps I have. Bandsaw the shapes, sand edges, and plane them down to 1/32 under thickness and apply hot melt glue to the metal lips on the saw. Press the insert down while...
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    Can't speak for the 700XL, but my 500 has become...

    Can't speak for the 700XL, but my 500 has become indispensable for my work flow. In another thread others have mentioned accuracy problems with the Domino. I have not had any issues at all.
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    Another vote for the Domino. My old benchtop HCM...

    Another vote for the Domino. My old benchtop HCM has sat idle since I bought the Domino. I like the speed and repeatability it provides and the joint it makes is much more precise and far stronger...
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    Not to rock the boat but I would pay the $150 to...

    Not to rock the boat but I would pay the $150 to have it jointed and planed for me. There is some, but not a lot of skill required in running boards over a jointer or feeding them into a planer. With...
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    Glad he's OK. Haven't lurked here as much as I...

    Glad he's OK. Haven't lurked here as much as I normally do so I missed his posts. Thanks for the info.
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    Anyone seen John K. Jordan?

    Just wondering, he was such a prolific poster here. Always read his comments. Haven't noticed any posts from him lately, any news?
  10. Lots of good remedies here. My anecdotal...

    Lots of good remedies here. My anecdotal experience comes from a truck my son bought for a bargain price a number of years ago. Someone or something had died and decomposed for a while in that truck....
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    After doing what Ken suggests and if the problem...

    After doing what Ken suggests and if the problem persists, I would check the cutterhead bearings. Slop in worn bearings could cause the effect you describe and louder noise level as well.
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    What Lee said. 35mm X .03937(conversion...

    What Lee said. 35mm X .03937(conversion factor)=1.3779". I use a 1 3/8 (1.375) always and have not had a fitting issue in dozens of doors. My 1 3/8" came in a set and I never had the need to by a...
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    Beautiful bench and a nice tribute, John. That...

    Beautiful bench and a nice tribute, John. That mulberry is some nice looking wood. The grain looks a bit like elm with an attractive red hue.
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    Hi Lowell, I'm not sure to whom this was...

    Hi Lowell, I'm not sure to whom this was directed, but as the OP I'll reply. My local HD, Menards, and Lowe's do not stock the track saw I purchased online from HD. I agree with you pretty much about...
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    Interesting, since I posted this yesterday, the...

    Interesting, since I posted this yesterday, the delivery date if I had used Amazon (from the Makita store) has been moved up to 3/24 with my free trial of Prime. I use Amazon regularly but somewhat...
  16. Oh the horror! Please don't destroy that special...

    Oh the horror! Please don't destroy that special slab by drilling a bunch of grain hiding holes in it. Make your cribbage board from something less spectacular.
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    I admire many styles but love the clean lines and...

    I admire many styles but love the clean lines and functional form of well done MCM. Derek Cohen is one of my heroes here on SMC. His work in extremely hard woods and hand cut joinery is almost as jaw...
  18. What's that old saying " Imitation is the highest...

    What's that old saying " Imitation is the highest form of flattery." Love that forum for admiration of others skills and inspiration. There truly are some talented and creative folks here.
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    Home Depot online vs. Amazon

    Amazon would ship the Makita track saw I wanted between April 1 and April 9.

    I ordered yesterday 3/18 from Home Depot. Received an email today that It would be delivered to my home on Saturday...
  20. I just mic'ed the last batch I bought about 6...

    I just mic'ed the last batch I bought about 6 days ago and it had a face ply thickness of .023 on the best side. There are voids but the Columbia brand maple and birch I used last had very manageable...
  21. I used HD Radiatta Pine ply and 1X's for some...

    I used HD Radiatta Pine ply and 1X's for some shop cabs and I agree with you. It is nice stuff especially at the price point. A little fuzzy when routing and sanding, but nothing that does not clean...
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    Pete Seeger was ahead of his time in this modern...

    Pete Seeger was ahead of his time in this modern world of groupthink, Love the song, hadn't heard it in years.
  23. Thank you Julie. I've used carefully selected...

    Thank you Julie. I've used carefully selected Borg plywood for several face frame kitchens with few issues. On cabs that have an exposed side, I'm more picky on which sheet to use. At 57 bucks for a...
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    I'm not going to defend the quality of box store...

    I'm not going to defend the quality of box store plywood over Baltic Birch or AA grade plywood, and it is inconsistent in quality from week to week. However, decent sheets can still be purchased...
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    I've been using Home Depot's resource, namely a...

    I've been using Home Depot's resource, namely a big panel saw to have sheet goods broken down a bit oversize before loading. First two cuts are free, then I believe it's a buck per cut after that. I...
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