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    I wouldn't sweat a small deviation like that...

    I wouldn't sweat a small deviation like that unless there was a specific thing that it causes problems with, such as a sled that uses both slots and has very tight runners or if you regularly use...
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    Either "toenailed" or screwed in the same manner...

    Either "toenailed" or screwed in the same manner will work just fine. I personally use screws as much as possible simply because my hands can't handle much hammering. I tend to use "deck" screws for...
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    A lot more salad can be in play here, too. :) :D

    A lot more salad can be in play here, too. :) :D
  4. [/COLOR] As part of the tax preparation...

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    As part of the tax preparation process, your paid preparer should be asking you if you have any sales/use tax to declare for out of state online purchases if your state has sales/use...
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    That's really the way to go when something on...

    That's really the way to go when something on hinges isn't going to work!
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    What I find amusing is that here they have this...

    What I find amusing is that here they have this large, capable, not inexpensive, CNC machine there and the dust extraction system dedicated to it is dinky and thrown together...and clearly not hooked...
  7. Thank you for your kind words, David. I think you...

    Thank you for your kind words, David. I think you speak the truth about projects like this. While the physical operations are relatively straight forward, taking two 11' long slabs that are not...
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    https://qaf05a.sn.files.1drv.com/y4mQnyco8CbktBfOQ...

    https://qaf05a.sn.files.1drv.com/y4mQnyco8CbktBfOQPpiq1qCZVv7X0EBzwXZ4huUGN2r4MPsGQBuRyPsvR02MDS02Y901DWWAzJPc_3e3kVITQXQIqiGz7WZysiKMoFCrOzwHPovUtQUHn7kdGcyRMNfC_WnZzFqtkso3_6BeEZ8kMa1WGQ1zBmgOT5yT2i...
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    Some shops can straighten a blade, but if it's...

    Some shops can straighten a blade, but if it's not relatively new, it may be more cost effective to get a new high quality blade. (You didn't mention what blade it is) Honestly, it's best to have two...
  10. The client sent me a photo of the table top with...

    The client sent me a photo of the table top with the finish applied...and it looks great. He used something called "Emmett's Good Stuff" and applied 8 coats. He hopes to have the welded supports...
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    That was my parents thing...but isn't mine. I do...

    That was my parents thing...but isn't mine. I do hotels when I travel. :)
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    That blade "eats wood", Tim...it should do the...

    That blade "eats wood", Tim...it should do the job for you. Even though my saw uses 12" blades, it's the one 10" blade I've purposefully kept from the previous setup because it does good work on...
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    To be clear, the "hot plate" I recommend is...

    To be clear, the "hot plate" I recommend is induction, not the old coil type, for both safety and efficiency. InstantPot and other types of slow/pressure electric appliances are also great for one...
  14. Honestly, there may be great risk in trying to...

    Honestly, there may be great risk in trying to remove the aprons, depending on how the piece was built. Personally, I'd do what I and Phil M have suggested to do this repair because it's the least...
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    Keep in mind that Plexiglas can shatter; Lexan is...

    Keep in mind that Plexiglas can shatter; Lexan is normally used for this kind of thing because it doesn't have that property.

    That all said, that's a nice overhead guard setup. Well done!
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    When I did ours back in 2003, I setup a temporary...

    When I did ours back in 2003, I setup a temporary "kitchen" in the great room by rolling the big mobile kitchen island in there (it served as the prototype for the cabinetry so was already build...
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    The new feature in V10 is the PhotoVCarve...

    The new feature in V10 is the PhotoVCarve ToolPath which is very nice to have, although it's apparently not the same as having the full PhotoVCarve application based on commentary on the Vectric...
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    Here's the one I purchased for my shop... ...

    Here's the one I purchased for my shop...

    https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0006O8ESK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  19. Actually, people do "choose" not to pay the sale...

    Actually, people do "choose" not to pay the sale tax when it's not collected because pretty much every state that has a sales/use tax has a mechanism (and requirement) for us to pay sales/use tax at...
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    I use the 20T WW-II blade for "heavy"...

    I use the 20T WW-II blade for "heavy" ripping...and it's the same kerf width as the other Forrest blades I use so zero adjustments ever for kerf width. (One reason I stick with a standard blade since...
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    I had LASIK at 09:30 17 January 2003 myself. :) I...

    I had LASIK at 09:30 17 January 2003 myself. :) I use reading glasses and "standardized" on the Flex2 products from Selectavision. They are available at Amazon, Bed, Bath and Beyond's FaceValues...
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    VCarve Pro and Aspire are the same software. The...

    VCarve Pro and Aspire are the same software. The latter just has the full 3D Modeling capability turned on, etc. I do agree that the learning curve on the modeling side is what it is, but for all the...
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    I use a Euro/Bridge guard and my hands never get...

    I use a Euro/Bridge guard and my hands never get near the bottom of it where the spinning knives are. :) I can slip them over the top if extra control is needed after the leading edge of the board is...
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