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    Sounds like you have already written off the saw...

    Sounds like you have already written off the saw stop option.

    Good with that. As far as what might work best for you, I do not know.

    Are you planning to leave the saw out in the rain? I doubt...
  2. I can't help with a supplier, but I would try...

    I can't help with a supplier, but I would try asking the client if "American Hinoki" was acceptable...LOL...but true really...

    Only saying this because I lived in Japan for six years, on my own,...
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    OK, but what was the thickness? 1/16" I suppose...

    OK, but what was the thickness? 1/16" I suppose would work. 1/2" I would guess would not work.

    I have some 1/4 inch lexan...could I cold bend it with my break? I kind of doubt it, but would like...
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    Yea, they probably only mark up 30%...so giving...

    Yea, they probably only mark up 30%...so giving vets 10% off is going to kill them?

    Granted I have no idea what the mark up is...but the point remains the same...
  5. I just measured 12.25 inches from the front of my...

    I just measured 12.25 inches from the front of my fully raised blade on my G1023RLWX.

    So 14.5 inches is an improvement.
  6. Same curiosity here. Extra table distance in...

    Same curiosity here. Extra table distance in front of the blade would be an advantage to me. If behind the blade, I have an extension table so it would look nice but be of no help to me...
  7. Wow...I am with Lee...maybe a table saw tuneup is...

    Wow...I am with Lee...maybe a table saw tuneup is needed...
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    Still might be worth a lucky purchase for a...

    Still might be worth a lucky purchase for a hundred bucks or so...LOL...but you never know...until after the fact...
  9. Thread: kick back

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    OK, but why would one not use the riving knife?...

    OK, but why would one not use the riving knife? Seems like a no brainier to me to use the riving knife regardless of what I am doing...all other things being equal.
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    My first thought was it looks like it is/was...

    My first thought was it looks like it is/was sitting outside when that photo was taken.

    Might have been outside in the weather for who knows how long at this point. Heard over the years that...
  11. I think this is actually the answer to your...

    I think this is actually the answer to your question.

    Granted things can be changed to make shorter pieces possible, such as using sleds.

    But it seems like your question related to the stock...
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    Best advice might be gotten if you state what...

    Best advice might be gotten if you state what band saw you have...Sorry if I missed it...
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    One interesting thing I do not think was noted in...

    One interesting thing I do not think was noted in this thread, is that the name plate says it is a 50 HZ motor.

    It is obviously running on 60HZ in the US, so the motor will run 20 percent faster...
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    Wow! A 40 minute video about getting rid of...

    Wow! A 40 minute video about getting rid of sawdust?

    I watched about 5 seconds after seeing the length...

    Understand it is some kind of device that compresses sawdust into blocks for burning......
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    Just an after thought...but I found that using a...

    Just an after thought...but I found that using a bowl type bit, that has rounded edges, rather than a bottom cleaning bit, that has square edges, works better for me.

    Less sanding to get rid of...
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    Being a total amateur, what I do is take a piece...

    Being a total amateur, what I do is take a piece of what I think is Red oak, and blow in the end along the direction of the grain. Amazes me is how easy it is to blow air through the wood along the...
  17. OK. But to the OP. Just buy the damn proper...

    OK.

    But to the OP. Just buy the damn proper size torque wrench. They are not that expensive.

    How long do you expect to live?

    That will be the only question as far as payback.

    Just do it...
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    Wow. A 6 foot wide by 4 foot deep drawer offers...

    Wow. A 6 foot wide by 4 foot deep drawer offers so much opportunity for over loading. Just from my perspective. Over the long term.

    But it sounds like with limitations you should be fine.
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    I suppose so. BUT what will you be putting in...

    I suppose so. BUT what will you be putting in those deep, and maybe wide, drawers? Make sure you get slides that can handle the weight. CNC relationship equates to heavy items in my mind...at least...
  20. LOL "Murphy was right about time. He may have...

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    "Murphy was right about time. He may have actually been under played the “Longer than you think” part!"

    I started our house around 1980...still not finished as far as the details goes...but...
  21. Forgive me if this was mentioned already. I did...

    Forgive me if this was mentioned already. I did read the thread at different times but don't remember.

    Did you check the arbor nut to make sure the blade is tight and not slipping on the arbor?
    ...
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    I cannot really help, other than to tell you that...

    I cannot really help, other than to tell you that I have one of the iGaging DROs on my thickness planer, and I really like it.

    EXCEPT that it took some figuring out how to make it work when I got...
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    Sorry...ignorant...what is MS? OK after a...

    Sorry...ignorant...what is MS?

    OK after a search I guess MS is mineral spirits?

    My bad...
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    I have a 5 HP cabinet saw now, used to have a...

    I have a 5 HP cabinet saw now, used to have a Craftsman contractors saw.

    I have an 8 inch jointer, and a 15 inch planer. Bandsaws...radial arm saws...Shopsmiths...and other stuff.

    If I were to...
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    It does not really matter what one might think of...

    It does not really matter what one might think of the condition of his blade.

    Best practice is to use the same point on the blade when taking both measurements. This eliminates the unknown...that...
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