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    Agree. I ran a full kerf 24 tooth FTG even on my...

    Agree. I ran a full kerf 24 tooth FTG even on my 1HP contractor. Listen to your machine and adjust your feed rate so as not to overload it. Feather boards can help assure smooth cuts on longer...
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    The jointer in Maloof's shop. Canvas backed like...

    The jointer in Maloof's shop. Canvas backed like some tambours.

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    Wish I would've gotten better pics of it. I keep meaning to drop by.
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    About 15 minutes into that process I would’ve used override mode. I am definitely curious to hear what Sawstop has to say though so please report back.
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    This may vary with the profile of your raise. If...

    This may vary with the profile of your raise. If there is a clean 1/4" 'tongue' with enough 'land' to fit I run a 1/4" wide x 3/8" deep groove and use space balls or silicone rubber to assure...
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    I’ve been running a Milwaukee 5625 for almost 15...

    I’ve been running a Milwaukee 5625 for almost 15 years. It never does anything but work. I run mine in a woodpecker PRL version one which is no longer available. There are many good lifts available...
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    Ding, ding, ding! Double-plus-good on the...

    Ding, ding, ding!

    Double-plus-good on the sleds and jigs. I have seen more folks post "why did I wait so long" regarding their first tablesaw sled than almost anything else.

    I also took awhile...
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    More food for thought. I also have my table on...

    More food for thought. I also have my table on the left; common feed direction and clearance requirements. I set my router table miter slot the same distance from the bit that the tablesaw miter...
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    If your push blocks are wearing out you may want...

    If your push blocks are wearing out you may want to look at your machine surface prep or your technique. You are probably fine but, just in case . . . You shouldn't have to push the material over...
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    I recently swapped the failing nylon/rubber (two...

    I recently swapped the failing nylon/rubber (two component) wheels on my Shop Fox for the cast iron replacement wheels. The originals lasted about 15 years. The replacements were reasonably priced...
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    I do as Jim does; BLO although I don’t flood the...

    I do as Jim does; BLO although I don’t flood the surface. I apply it with a rag. You can add a little bit of Japan dryer and it will cure more quickly, a day or two. The surface of one of my...
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    Freud SD 508 is my "go-to" although I have...

    Freud SD 508 is my "go-to" although I have others. The dial-a-width can be a godsend if you dado a lot.
  12. I will say that I prefer the 4" length (I have...

    I will say that I prefer the 4" length (I have the small Whiteside brass set) to the Lee Valley or Rockler ones that set in a drawer. Most machinist sets I have seen are also too small for my use in...
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    Thanks for sharing a beautiful box mike. Very...

    Thanks for sharing a beautiful box mike. Very inspirational.
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    I would glue several pieces between a couple of...

    I would glue several pieces between a couple of outriggers. Saw the out rigors off when you’re done.
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    Good info, thank you all. Lee, thanks for...

    Good info, thank you all. Lee, thanks for sharing that. It may be a concern.
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    This! When I build for clients they generally...

    This! When I build for clients they generally want side hung or web frame wood-on-wood because it is more 'traditional' and speaks to 'craftsmanship'. Same goes for dovetailed drawers. I am happy...
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    Universal Remote Control? Way O.T.

    I'm not much of an OT poster but, I am reasonably sure that a conversation was going on where someone mentioned a very capable universal remote by brand (at least). I had researched this unit and it...
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    Too true. I don't know what is so different on...

    Too true. I don't know what is so different on the SuperMax but, changing paper is a non-issue. I use a lot of grits and think nothing of changing during the sanding protocol. Could the SuperMax...
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    I'm sure there are a lot of Wood Mizers and like...

    I'm sure there are a lot of Wood Mizers and like machines that do not get parked in controlled environments every night. A tarp or a "pop up" with walls may be a storage idea when not in use(?). ...
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    It has been a long time since I used XP but, I...

    It has been a long time since I used XP but, I would look into flipping on the Windows Firewall and blocking everything except what you need to use for your local LAN setup. If the router is known...
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    +1 on after.
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    There will be sooo many answers to this and all...

    There will be sooo many answers to this and all will have value. For working with sheet goods many will steer you to a guided saw system. This would allow for a smaller table saw capacity,...
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    A decent straight edge (not a level or a rule) is...

    A decent straight edge (not a level or a rule) is a good investment. For as often as I use one I kept the price under $100. I've always gotten by with a 36" steel from Lee Valley but, there are...
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    From Storyville on. Always a character and often...

    From Storyville on. Always a character and often a bit scary-looking. RIP Ginger.
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    Klingspor here too. Industrial Abrasives is also...

    Klingspor here too. Industrial Abrasives is also good. Klingspor had a deal on a mix-n-match buy of belts so I bought however many that deal was . . . 12 or maybe 18?
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