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  1. Derek, I have to say that without adding a...

    Derek, I have to say that without adding a location, you are doing the ultimate tease here. Approximately where are these deals going to be found?
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    As to that angled base. I had some 24" 2x6's that...

    As to that angled base. I had some 24" 2x6's that I ripped to provide a 1.5" lift at the wall. If I made the base angle greater I would have had to carry the wall support structure farther out onto...
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    Yes, Jim, the base is angled back to the wall and...

    Yes, Jim, the base is angled back to the wall and the plywood sheets are set at 90* to the base. The wood lays there very nicely. I have to pick up some rubber caps for the 3/4 pipe. The lower one is...
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    This is what I have come up with and I am very...

    This is what I have come up with and I am very pleased with the room I have created, well, found anyway. Oh, and due to the proximity of the OH door rail I was unable to incorporate a sheet goods...
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    I ran segmented belts on my Unisaw for a few...

    I ran segmented belts on my Unisaw for a few years, but when I had the arbor assembly replaced the tech said definitely use the correct V-belts. The saw was noticeably smoother with the V's
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    Thank you for the examples and suggestions. I...

    Thank you for the examples and suggestions. I don't store a lot of sheet goods but certainly the off-cuts take a lot of space and I will make a bay against the wall for them. In the 10' high space...
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    I would think the Menards unit shown would be...

    I would think the Menards unit shown would be kinda tippy given that the table is supported only on the two center posts. Maybe tippy isn't the right word. How about wobbly. You might be better off...
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    vertical lumber racks/storage

    I was ready to ask this question, but decided that I would simply google "Lumber Racks." All of the pics that came up were of horizontal racks and after using horizontal racking for a few years, I am...
  9. I've had my Fein MT for a number of years. It is...

    I've had my Fein MT for a number of years. It is a really nice tool and has done excellent work. Due to the cost of blades I have always looked at it as the "tool I could not afford to use." When I...
  10. General Metalworking I haven't done a lot of metal fabrication but...

    I haven't done a lot of metal fabrication but have made a couple floor pans and such for automotive projects. I sourced a lot of the hardware and tools from Eastwood. For bowl work I don't think you...
  11. While it is true that I have not been here that...

    While it is true that I have not been here that long, Bill, and don't know you well, I have followed your posts. As well, having shaved my head a couple times a week for the past 25 yrs I am familiar...
  12. I have enjoyed following your build of this...

    I have enjoyed following your build of this table. It is lovely and beautifully executed.
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    I have the 3hp PCS with the 54" fence. That thing...

    I have the 3hp PCS with the 54" fence. That thing drives like it has rack and pinion steering. I push the pedal down, go to the opposite end an can parallel park it in a tight spot. After having my...
  14. My feelings got hurt badly based upon a comment...

    My feelings got hurt badly based upon a comment on my work years ago. It cut me deeply and has stayed with me. Oh, and I was guilty as charged. On the kinetic side, I put a very hefty piece of...
  15. I have to say that, while it is "simple enough,"...

    I have to say that, while it is "simple enough," you may still want to have a consult with the architect you worked with on the house. He is familiar with the place and would probably have the best...
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    Wow! You sir, are my new hero. I did the old fir...

    Wow! You sir, are my new hero. I did the old fir floor, about 12x26, in our old house last year. I used a floor sander, but it being floors and baseboard spent plenty of time on my hands and knees....
  17. Blade guard

    I do not have the overarm, but do have the factory blade guard with the 1.25" or so DC attachment. I have a 1.5 Grizzly DC connected to the cabinet and my old Fein vac hose connected from the wye at...
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    Iíve always found LN to be candid in these types...

    Iíve always found LN to be candid in these types of questions. Back in about Ď97/8 I ordered a #9. They notified me they had pulled the product and said they would notify me when it was...
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    Pellet manufs push the raw material through their...

    Pellet manufs push the raw material through their dies at high pressure. The friction through the die creates heat which in turn brings out the lignites in the wood. Those lignites are the glue which...
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    It appears that the new window would not be on...

    It appears that the new window would not be on the road side;) so that is a plus for the window. Your summer concern is probably not that big a deal as the place is uninsulated and when it gets hot...
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    I think you would be best isolating the spray...

    I think you would be best isolating the spray room totally from the shop. That way you have two spaces to deal with. They are certainly two different environments. I assume that the radiant was not...
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    The other thing to consider is how do you get to...

    The other thing to consider is how do you get to the market. Skill, desire & tools would seem to be enough, but you have to be able to develop the market. It is out there and spinning around you. How...
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    Many have said, "Do something that you love and...

    Many have said, "Do something that you love and you will never work another day in your life." My experience with that is, "nothing can cure a love of something faster than having to make a living at...
  24. Even before I was into woodworking I bought a LN...

    Even before I was into woodworking I bought a LN plane. I traveled Maine in my business and once you get to Warren, you have to stop in. Once there, I could not leave empty handed, for over 20 yrs. I...
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    Don't worry about that neighbor Richard. He will...

    Don't worry about that neighbor Richard. He will likely be over to borrow tools soon enough. Congrats on the new shop.
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