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    I love it, Ken. Can you pls post the .crv file?

    I love it, Ken. Can you pls post the .crv file?
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    A buddy of mine has one and it is pretty slick....

    A buddy of mine has one and it is pretty slick. It's not worth the Cdn $200 price tag to me, though. I guess your decision will depend on how often you need a tapering jig. My home made one gathers a...
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    I have 2 Ankers that have been working well for a...

    I have 2 Ankers that have been working well for a few years. There seem to be several Mah ratings available.
  4. I would uninstall the update first to confirm...

    I would uninstall the update first to confirm that is, in fact, what caused your problem. It could be a coincidence, in which case, you might then look at Outlook's settings and compare them to the...
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    As others have said, if you are using 23 gauge...

    As others have said, if you are using 23 gauge pin nails, the glue and grains in the plywood will bend them and they will go wherever they want. Use 16 or 18 gauge, or pre-drill and screw.
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    Here, too. ...

    Here, too.

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=strip+brush&ref=nb_sb_noss_1
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    What is the moisture content of that slab? ...

    What is the moisture content of that slab?

    What bit are you using to level it? I assume that is what you are trying to do, yes?
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    I don't know enough about CNC yet to know if Pro...

    I don't know enough about CNC yet to know if Pro will give you more control than Home. I'll bow to Gary's expertise. However, as to your question, Home version 1909 allows you to defer updates...
  9. Sorry, Mark. I should have read more closely.

    Sorry, Mark. I should have read more closely.
  10. While there has been a lot of discussion on ssd...

    While there has been a lot of discussion on ssd vs platter, I wonder about a laptop without wireless network connectivity. I don't believe that I have seen even a semi-modern laptop without built in...
  11. The shop where I work part time does a lot of...

    The shop where I work part time does a lot of corian work on a Biesse. I realize that this is not phenolic, but it, too, holds heat. The boss found bits that are a tighter spiral than a normal end...
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    Nice work, David

    Nice work, David
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    Do you oil it from time to time?

    Do you oil it from time to time?
  14. I make pens using my Taig micro lathe to turn the...

    I make pens using my Taig micro lathe to turn the metal parts, and a Jet mini for the wood parts.
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    Tks, Jim. You are right on all counts about the...

    Tks, Jim. You are right on all counts about the dovetails rather than track. I have my CNC mounted on 3/4" MDF, but then added another 1/2" piece to the top for the spoil board. I already had a bit...
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    I am brand new CNC user, so my opinions won't...

    I am brand new CNC user, so my opinions won't count for as much as others here. So far, I am using this system on my spoil board
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    Sorry for the delay, Tom. Mine is 220 cfm. Keep...

    Sorry for the delay, Tom. Mine is 220 cfm. Keep in mind, though, that is the rating in a 4" duct. I have it adapted down to a 1 1/2" hose going into my helmet, so I'm sure that I'm not seeing...
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    I've not seen any specs on battery operated vacs,...

    I've not seen any specs on battery operated vacs, but off the top of my head, I would say that you would get much to high a pressure, plus it's likely noisy. I use a fan made to boost volume in...
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    Tks, Paul. The length of my tail piece from where...

    Tks, Paul. The length of my tail piece from where it joins to the sink to the elbow at the bottom is 21", so approaching the max. At the bottom is an elbow. The trap is a bit further along in the...
  20. I like your work, Roger, but this one for me...

    I like your work, Roger, but this one for me needs to be "curved" a bit more. I appreciate that the board was quite thin, though, so your options were a bit limited.
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    Looking at the pics, I can't figure out how these...

    Looking at the pics, I can't figure out how these differ in function from P traps.

    Can someone enlighten me, please?

    My issue is the kitchen sink. The drain backed up recently and when I...
  22. If I understood your last post, your tool is over...

    If I understood your last post, your tool is over hanging the rest by 6" when you are at the bottom of the piece. That will definitely cause chatter and problems getting a good finish, even in good...
  23. I'm far from an expert, but can you tell us what...

    I'm far from an expert, but can you tell us what size tool you are using and how far off the tool rest you are cutting? Your problem sounds like a combination of not having the bevel on the wood and...
  24. All of the above, plus a note on technique. Make...

    All of the above, plus a note on technique. Make a jig that allows you to get rid of the fence. Here is one idea
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    I use this stuff. ...

    I use this stuff.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/TrafficMASTER-Deluxe-8-ft-x-10-ft-Rug-Gripper-Pad-235-1/206821302
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