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    I've used AquaCoat on a couple of passage doors...

    I've used AquaCoat on a couple of passage doors made with white ash. It was easy to use for the most part. The only issue I noticed was it had a tendency to leave ghost marks on the non-pored areas...
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    Yes, I remember an Iwata gun reviewer on YouTube,...

    Yes, I remember an Iwata gun reviewer on YouTube, I think maybe you posted the link here awhile back, saying that. I'm sure that's correct. Curiously, however, I've never had any problems with my...
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    Kudos to Homestead Finishing CS

    I've been using a Qualspray AM-6008 spray gun from Homestead Finishing as my primary gun for the past 3 or 4 years. I've sprayed well over 50 gals of mostly WB products through it. About a year ago...
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    Layering different products is a dangerous game. ...

    Layering different products is a dangerous game. I would sand off the GF-450 until you are back to Waterlox and then proceed.

    John
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    Very well done, Dan. The only design change I...

    Very well done, Dan. The only design change I would have considered would be to add a "backsplash" at the back of the desk top to stop stuff from going overboard and down the wall.

    John
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    Thanks very much Tom. John

    Thanks very much Tom.

    John
  7. If no one could see pictures posted by someone...

    If no one could see pictures posted by someone then the problem is at the end with the person who posted them. But if most people can see pictures you can't then I think the problem is more likely...
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    Don't complicate things. A simple crossbeam...

    Don't complicate things. A simple crossbeam holding the router that rides on two straight and in plane rails of your choice works just fine. I've never made a permanent one; whatever is needed for...
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    Yeah, I saw that, thanks. Not sure which I want,...

    Yeah, I saw that, thanks. Not sure which I want, or if I'd get the 1.5 to start with and buy smaller ones later, if needed. And I would definitely set it up with the PPS H/O cup. It's the only way...
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    Thanks Ken. Good to know it's a new model in...

    Thanks Ken. Good to know it's a new model in production, but I can't find anything with regards to the internals and if it's rated for use with WB finishes.

    John
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    I use Clorox Outdoor Bleach, available at HD,...

    I use Clorox Outdoor Bleach, available at HD, etc.. I follow the directions which I think is 3 parts water to 1 part bleach to kill mold/mildew, but check the label.


    John
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    It doesn't have to be that way. I've shown this...

    It doesn't have to be that way. I've shown this Sapele door several times.
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    What am I missing?

    I saw an add for an Iwata spray gun on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XGBN2GC/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3GV9CGI600VDV&psc=1

    What am I missing here as it seems to be way too cheap?...
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    FWIW, Penofin Hardwood Oil has been a miserable...

    FWIW, Penofin Hardwood Oil has been a miserable failure due to mold growth on my Ipe' deck, as was Ipe' Oil. I'm trying Armstrong Clark's OB product this year. Time will tell.

    Bleach is cheap...
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    I think what you are describing are the bearing...

    I think what you are describing are the bearing blocks that the cutterhead bearings are pressed into. I removed the bearing blocks and cutterhead as a unit and I believe you will have to do the same...
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    I was thinking something else! John

    I was thinking something else!

    John
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    I don't know what the spindle feed assembly is,...

    I don't know what the spindle feed assembly is, but I don't remember having to removing anything other than the drive belt to remove the cutterhead.

    John
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    Yes, the blue paper shop towels work well for me....

    Yes, the blue paper shop towels work well for me.

    Prashun offered a good suggestion, too, if you still have problems with streaking - add a little mineral spirits to the ARS. On really large...
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    I have a yellow FS35 from the mid 80's. I...

    I have a yellow FS35 from the mid 80's. I removed the cutterhead and most everything else to get it down into my basement shop. The cutterhead and tables are held to the frame with machine screws...
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    Rich, if your door gets any significant amount of...

    Rich, if your door gets any significant amount of direct sun on it I would not put a storm door over it. That often is a recipe for significant damage, such as split raised panels, up to joint...
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    ARS is a wipe on varnish. Don't wipe it off. I...

    ARS is a wipe on varnish. Don't wipe it off. I use a paper towel to apply it, but however you apply it apply it in full length strokes if possible and do not go back over it or it will drag and...
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    There are people in every profession who really...

    There are people in every profession who really know their stuff, and others who don't. I think the SW's guy you talked to might fall into the latter group. There is a lot more to how WB products...
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    I'm biased towards conversion guns but if I were...

    I'm biased towards conversion guns but if I were to buy a turbine it would a 4 stage if I needed to spray anything with a viscosity greater than about 100 seconds #4 Ford cup. Of course you can thin...
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    It's most likely the feed rollers not applying...

    It's most likely the feed rollers not applying enough force or the conveyor being worn too smooth. Feed a 12" or wider board into the sander for a "typical" pass, then turn off the conveyor/sander...
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    You are completely justified to be proud of your work. Just beautiful. I bet you'll be looking forward to something else after all 28 doors are done.
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