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  1. I can confirm the safety glasses they sell now...

    I can confirm the safety glasses they sell now are great. I'll also add for anyone who has glasses from another provider - when I first bought Zenni glasses they were ever so slightly different than...
  2. Loose tenon is the easiest fix by far (and can...

    Loose tenon is the easiest fix by far (and can still be "pinned") I've also repurposed a miscut rear rail to be a drawer front (or cut in half to be side rail, but that one only works if you've cut...
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    I'd think the t-50 staples would be the ticket...

    I'd think the t-50 staples would be the ticket for this use instead of a woodworking type crown stapler. I bought the pneumatic t-50 gun arrow makes to do upholstery on chairs, but it looks like...
  4. That layout makes sense to me. If I was cutting a...

    That layout makes sense to me. If I was cutting a tenon for it, I'd have it be 3/8"X1"x3.25", and your 3 dominos get you nice and close to that. I've done tons of 1" tenons into 1.5" leg stock, so...
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    I finished my first project in shellac. Usually...

    I finished my first project in shellac. Usually my go to is wipe on poly, but I've started branching out. I like it, it's like half the durability of poly with 1/4 the work. Rubbing it out (and...
  6. When I asked about this project this hardware was...

    When I asked about this project this hardware was recommended to me. I bought it and it works great. I also used soss hinges which are wonderful for the leaves, they were just a bit more tricky to...
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    I bought a saw of orange tires (urethane) for my...

    I bought a saw of orange tires (urethane) for my bandsaw off eBay from polybelt. They've been excellent, though my only comparison was the mediocre tires that Hitachi had on the saw before. I have...
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    I've used titebond original for bent laminations...

    I've used titebond original for bent laminations and had no noticeable springback, but the bend wasn't extreme by any means. I my research, lots of people used the same glue for the rockers in a...
  9. I saw a similar tip as well. I just use a big...

    I saw a similar tip as well. I just use a big knife since my use was limited to about 3 sheets of it. If I had more I would have sharpened up a putty knife. I tried using my circular saw, but...
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    I wonder if you can loosen those 3 cap screws and...

    I wonder if you can loosen those 3 cap screws and adjust the position of that arm that holds the pin. That might let you get it back to where it's supposed to be.

    Personally, I'd use it without...
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    Be very careful what you use it on, acetone is a...

    Be very careful what you use it on, acetone is a very powerful solvent and will ruin a good number of plastics, finishes and paint. I think HDPE is safe, but don't take my word on that. It also...
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    What's the dimensions? Does it work out such...

    What's the dimensions? Does it work out such that you could route in a few parallel angled keyhole slots?
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    The screw would have to have contact with the...

    The screw would have to have contact with the operator or saw top, or sufficient conductive mass to have the same effect as a finger touching the blade.
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    I learned so much from them when I air sealed my...

    I learned so much from them when I air sealed my rim joist and I've seen the results already with reduced AC runtime this summer. Definitely a great place to get the best information on conditioning...
  15. This is the exact method I spec for any sort of...

    This is the exact method I spec for any sort of permanent equipment installation. I usually call for 2" of grout, but we also commonly have large flat plates that need a bit more massaging to get...
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    You're probably right haha, in my rage at the...

    You're probably right haha, in my rage at the messed up mortises I didn't think to take a photo of the jig too.

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    Pretty common design I've seen online. Basically a 3/4" plywood box with...
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    I would definitely love to have one,...

    I would definitely love to have one, unfortunately my bandsaw and router table are in far more desperate need of upgrade. My router has been good enough at least until I built this jig. I think I'm...
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    I've only caught a small cutoff and it sure...

    I've only caught a small cutoff and it sure kicked my butt. I can't imagine having caught a proper kickback.

    As far as the shipping cost, it sucks to see it added, but it's just the way things...
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    I wax my clamps for easy glue removal with great...

    I wax my clamps for easy glue removal with great results. For a 4 way clamp I would put packing tape on it, and maybe a little wax to be sure. I've had good luck with the packing tape, I just don't...
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    Okay, so I took a closer look at everything, and...

    Okay, so I took a closer look at everything, and took another (test) run at cutting a mortise.

    As far as I could tell, the router baseplate was flat. The top piece of 1/2" Baltic birch (where the...
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    Plunge router mortise woes

    I used to cut all my mortises with a plunge router and an edge guide. It works well enough, with the only downside being marking all of the mortises out and then having to very carefully sneak up on...
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    You mentioned issue with the blades on the 734. ...

    You mentioned issue with the blades on the 734. Are you using dewalt blades? I've been underwhelmed with the stock blades on my 735, and I'll be looking at after market blades once I flip the 2nd...
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    A moveable cart completely slipped my mine. I...

    A moveable cart completely slipped my mine. I have a few longer clamps (5 and 6 footers) that would do better on a wall mount, but that would certainly save unloading a ton of smaller clamps, and...
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    Storage across bifold doors

    I'm in the process of working on my basement (the non-shop portion), and part of it includes FINALLY putting something up to separate the mechanicals from the shop. The front doors will be louvered...
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    I rubbed the dust port of mine with a dryer...

    I rubbed the dust port of mine with a dryer sheet. I also opened up the hood and rubbed the exhaust impeller in it. That seems to be the big source of static in it. It helped a lot but it isn't...
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