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    Face Masks?

    Of course, I've been looking for some ligit, cloth face masks. I've seen some black, neoprene looking masks with loop ears and a seam running down the center. I know they're not N95, but that's ok...
  2. I have that same Northern Tool Pneumatic Stapler...

    I have that same Northern Tool Pneumatic Stapler and love it. I've always been frustrated by my T50 staplers and finally found the answer in that pneumatic stapler.
  3. Here's my take. If you're new to WW and WW...

    Here's my take. If you're new to WW and WW machinery, I'd keep it simple if I were you. There's a lot going on with every machine you get, with adjustments and maintenance galore. Start with the...
  4. Jack, its not all written in stone, but something...

    Jack, its not all written in stone, but something I'm trying to plan and get used to. I'm in the Sacramento area of CA. Not many deals around here, but I plan to list what I can ship, here on the...
  5. As the OP, let me just explain a little...I'm 67...

    As the OP, let me just explain a little...I'm 67 and sooner or later, somethings going to happed to me. I figure while I"m still able, I want to clear out all the heavy machinery from my 2-car garage...
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    Ya, the MM Group forum has always had issues. To...

    Ya, the MM Group forum has always had issues. To add to the confusion, the forum has changed location recently. All I know is, most that were members before, were relocated. It doesn't reflect...
  7. As an aside, why no track? I guess you already...

    As an aside, why no track? I guess you already have some Festool tracks?
  8. Thanks Bill. Good info for me to research.

    Thanks Bill. Good info for me to research.
  9. I'm downsizing my garage shop, so I'd like to...

    I'm downsizing my garage shop, so I'd like to have the smaller footprint saw that uses a vac for DC, then I can get rid of my 2hp DC, that takes up about 3'x4' of floor space.
  10. Good point. The smaller footprint the better, as...

    Good point. The smaller footprint the better, as I'd like it to be able to go against the wall, nothing hanging off the back. Of course, I'd still like it to be able to rip styles and rails and...
  11. Good Contractor Saw Inplace of Cabinet Saw...

    I know I'm opening up a can of worms, but here goes...I'm likely going to be selling my PM2000 cabinet saw and replacing it with a more portable, smaller contractor type saw. I'm keeping my Festool...
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    As far as the rattling sound goes, I'm no tech,...

    As far as the rattling sound goes, I'm no tech, but from what I understand, there's a control in the saw that varies the motor in order to maintain constant RPMs on the blade and that's what the...
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    I believe the computer varies power to the motor...

    I believe the computer varies power to the motor to maintain constant speed. Yes, it sounds like there's something rattling around inside of it. Also, the tracks should be staying in place by...
  14. How cool is that! Thats really stepping up. Now...

    How cool is that! Thats really stepping up. Now I really am a proud HF customer. My wife is a recently retired nurse. Her co-workers are all saying they're short staffed and under-equiped and...
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    I always opt for the safest, longest lasting cord...

    I always opt for the safest, longest lasting cord I can get. I've always used a 30A breaker with 10 ga. flexible cord. It may be overkill, but I've never had an issue with it.
  16. Ya...I'd DIY too. Just takes tons of pics along...

    Ya...I'd DIY too. Just takes tons of pics along the way. It'll take time and patience, but I'll bet you can do it, after all, it's not a skill or a talent, like playing the piano or something. If...
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    I keep rereading the OP's post, but can't quite...

    I keep rereading the OP's post, but can't quite grasp what he's trying to say. So many questions. Was the board jointed and all sides made parallel? Is it flat, with no twist. Is he feeding the...
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    This guy has to be yanking us all. Look at that...

    This guy has to be yanking us all. Look at that board...that's ridiculous! I don't think I could do that if I tried. I think Josh is looking for a reaction, not a solution. If I'm wrong, sorry.
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    How many passes to get to that point? That looks...

    How many passes to get to that point? That looks extreme. Is that a jointer/planer?
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    My DP is the most used machine in my garage shop....

    My DP is the most used machine in my garage shop. Seems every hobby I have, involves using the DP. I've had several DPs, finally working my way up to a very large, electronic variable speed ...
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    On a side note, but related...I collect folding...

    On a side note, but related...I collect folding knives and have found some super good Chinese made knives that use quality steels. Fit, finish and action are every bit, if not better than the name...
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    You need a hand plane. For convenience and...

    You need a hand plane. For convenience and everything else, we want a 16" J/P. I get the largest and best machines I can afford and have space for. I would imagine it's the same for most of us.
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    Sorry for the typos. Yes, for me, the D4RPro is...

    Sorry for the typos. Yes, for me, the D4RPro is easier to use. If I used the iBox more often, maybe I'd find it easier, but it seems every time I use it, I have to break out the video to rewatch...
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    I have a 12" J/P. First I get a face flat on the...

    I have a 12" J/P. First I get a face flat on the jointer, then I put that flat face against the fence and joint an edge to make it 90* to the face. Now I can go to the table saw, put that 90* edge...
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    I'm just gonna throw this one out there. If you...

    I'm just gonna throw this one out there. If you want to be able to do box joints and dovetails, the Leigh D4R Pro is a great jig. I used it to make this box. The joint are as tight or loose as you...
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