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  1. Yes. The cyclone will add resistance to the...

    Yes. The cyclone will add resistance to the system but the cartridge filter will offer less resistance when clean.
  2. The 1100 cfm figure is at 0" static pressure with...

    The 1100 cfm figure is at 0" static pressure with the stock filter in place and 5' of inlet hose. Flow figures are meaningless without an associated static pressure. The new filter will help with...
  3. Same power, different run times. I have 2 A/hr...

    Same power, different run times. I have 2 A/hr batteries on my Bosch 18v drill/driver set and they work fine. A 5A/hr battery would be nice for work out of the shop, but with a charger at hand I...
  4. The gray wheels are practically worthless for...

    The gray wheels are practically worthless for grinding tools efficiently. The difference between them and the white wheels is less than that between white wheels and cbn. A 6 white wheel is about $25...
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    I made a close replica of Hannes Michelson's...

    I made a close replica of Hannes Michelson's Vector jig using a wood platform screwed to the Wolverine arm and played with the pivot locations and Varigrind settings. I was able to get very close to...
  6. You can take the temper out of carbon steel with...

    You can take the temper out of carbon steel with any type of grinder if you are not paying attention. CBN makes it more difficult. I think CBN wheels are a good investment if you use a grinder much...
  7. I use 180 and 600 grit cbn wheels on a slow speed...

    I use 180 and 600 grit cbn wheels on a slow speed (1040 rpm) 6" grinder for all my edge tools. I bought them initially for hss turning tools but have not seen a problem with carbon tool steels for...
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    Thanks, but I am looking for a large swing lathe...

    Thanks, but I am looking for a large swing lathe within drivlng distance from VT. If that was an American Beauty for $3500 I would make the trip!
  9. If you are getting significant amounts of dust in...

    If you are getting significant amounts of dust in the closet there is some leakage in the system.
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    I am going to pass on this but here is the...

    I am going to pass on this but here is the listing for anyone who might be interested....
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    Whether you need a braking resistor depends on...

    Whether you need a braking resistor depends on how much inertia the cutterhead has and how fast you want it to decelerate. If the vfd shuts down at the default deceleration rate you can either...
  12. Use a water level.

    Use a water level.
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    So what is the point of doing it that way?

    So what is the point of doing it that way?
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    I'm not sure what you would gain by using a...

    I'm not sure what you would gain by using a faceplate on the tailstock end over a live center in a recess. You would have to face off that end to start with and get the faceplate accurately mounted...
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    If you feel the fence is sturdy enough to mount...

    If you feel the fence is sturdy enough to mount the clamps to then use heavier gauge material for the bracket. That fence extrusion looks a bit light for the purpose but you are in a better position...
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    Sent you a pm.

    Sent you a pm.
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    The clamps need to be mounted independent of the...

    The clamps need to be mounted independent of the fence. The central post of the miter gauge might be stout enough, or you can use other tapped holes in the table to mount brackets. Cam clamps I have...
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    The offer is for local pickup only. I could hire...

    The offer is for local pickup only. I could hire a rigger and have requested a quote from one down there, but that can be pricy. It's hard to judge whom to hire at a distance, so I am hoping someone...
  19. My son, a timber framer, has a French friend who...

    My son, a timber framer, has a French friend who works with his father in timber frame restoration and is bidding in concert with another company on some aspect of the roof system. It's a long shot,...
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    need help in Houston

    I am considering buying a lathe in Houston and having it shipped to VT. Normally I wouldn't buy a used machine that I can't inspect in person, but this is a nice looking solid Vicmarc recently taken...
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    There are many designs using mortise and tenon...

    There are many designs using mortise and tenon and spline joints that don't lend themselves to pegging and do require a thoroughly glued surface for optimum strength. Do an experiment: Put together a...
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    Not sure what a "vacuum pack" is but if it pulls...

    Not sure what a "vacuum pack" is but if it pulls several cfm at >20" Hg it will work on pieces that are not too porous or holed. I think your mini compressor will have a hard time keeping up with a...
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    You can use a compass or trammel points to mark...

    You can use a compass or trammel points to mark out the holes equally spaced.
  24. Forget #1. There's not enough material left in...

    Forget #1. There's not enough material left in places to reshape and plaster won't hold up to condensation. If the sashes can be removed routing out and replacing the profile sections in the shop...
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    Yes. You might want to have the new head made...

    Yes. You might want to have the new head made before you redo the bearings.
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