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  1. I've had great service from Bandsawblades Direct!...

    I've had great service from Bandsawblades Direct! Randy
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    I'm on my second Fein vac. First one lasted...

    I'm on my second Fein vac. First one lasted about 13-14 years, about 8 years on this one so far. Long hoses, good suction and fairly quiet. With optional bag, pretty sure its hepa rated. Randy
  3. +1 Randy. Reply too short to post?

    +1 Randy. Reply too short to post?
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    Glad you closed the loop, that was the right...

    Glad you closed the loop, that was the right thing to do. Good luck, should be a very nice saw. Randy
  5. I had that problem with a new Milwaukee cordless...

    I had that problem with a new Milwaukee cordless drill. Got on their web site and they even had a built in button on why you were invoking a warranty item, (drill bit slipping). They obviously had...
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    I just installed a Mr Cool minisplit 12k btu in...

    I just installed a Mr Cool minisplit 12k btu in my shop last fall for $1300. Paid $1600 which included tax through Costco (with free delivery) and then it qualified for a $300 tax credit (I'm in...
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    I use a 1.75 hp powermatic motor and fan, into a...

    I use a 1.75 hp powermatic motor and fan, into a Onieda super dust deputy with a 5" inlet and 5" tubing all over my 3 car garage shop. It all works well. Have a large .5 micron Wynn cartridge...
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    This place is a class act. Congrats to Keith and...

    This place is a class act. Congrats to Keith and all moderators and woodworkers who contribute to its health ($) and positive posts. Lots of talent here. Randy
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    After all the back and forth, I like your bench,...

    After all the back and forth, I like your bench, simple as that. Randy
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    Simple green soak, scrub with nylon brush, dry,...

    Simple green soak, scrub with nylon brush, dry, resume cutting wood. Randy
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    Great site, thank you for all your work Keith and...

    Great site, thank you for all your work Keith and all the moderators!!!
  12. Whatever you end up using, if kids use, remind...

    Whatever you end up using, if kids use, remind them to slowly take the towel off the rack (and explain why). I've seen them pull the anchors right through the drywall (what a mess) by inadvertently...
  13. I have built 4 large outdoor patio chairs for my...

    I have built 4 large outdoor patio chairs for my daughter using white oak, good choice. My only recommendation is use some kind of penetrating oil and not a film finish, as you are proposing to do. ...
  14. I have a Jet and am happy with it. They all seem...

    I have a Jet and am happy with it. They all seem to get damaged in shipment on one bottom corner. After reading this from users, I even sent them an email imploring more packing on the bottom, sure...
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    I bought a used MiniMax S45 18" BS some years ago...

    I bought a used MiniMax S45 18" BS some years ago and it had the narrower slot in the table. Measured the slot width very carefully with a MM/CM (forgot which) scale ruler and ordered bar stock from...
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    Lots of good suggestions. I'm pretty slow at it...

    Lots of good suggestions. I'm pretty slow at it but its fun. Thanks. Randy
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    Thanks. Something about an old dog and new...

    Thanks. Something about an old dog and new tricks..... I've already learned one lesson the hard way and haven't even done the layout yet.
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    Unfortunately I have already sculpted the outside...

    Unfortunately I have already sculpted the outside of the tall board so it is no longer square. My ignorance of doing this of kind of joint course. I have a Jet bench top mortiser, but can't get the...
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    Through mortise and tenon layout Q

    I'm building a simple stepstool with the tall raised handle. Its an old design, shaker maybe, for reaching top shelves. I'm going to attach the step part to the tall back with through tenons. All...
  20. disclaimer - I've only done a few resaws over the...

    disclaimer - I've only done a few resaws over the years, nothing serious. However, I did run a Lenox diemaster II 1/2 blade somewhere around 10tpi for about 4-5 years on all sorts of wood for...
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    I have the same PC router in a table. Bought new...

    I have the same PC router in a table. Bought new in 1997 if I remember right. As my hearing is almost totally shot (two hearing aids for the past 35 years) I don't hear any tools wind down. I...
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    Glad this is working out for you. I also get the...

    Glad this is working out for you. I also get the need for a small footprint. The comments about $3-4k for an 8 inch jointer are true, however, you can also get very decent used machines for less. ...
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    Wow, what a clean shop....

    Wow, what a clean shop....
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    I have a Delta 15 planer, could you have too much...

    I have a Delta 15 planer, could you have too much oil in it? Or is the oil to light weight? Using weight that's recommended? Randy
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    That's really neat! I have something like that...

    That's really neat! I have something like that for different sized off cuts (standing upright) with partitions in it. Doesn't swivel though, but is on wheels. I've had it for years and very handy....
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