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    I fitted rubberized foam blocks into a tool...

    I fitted rubberized foam blocks into a tool chest. Works great.
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    I had trouble finding capacitors in the right size that would fit in the peckerhead. Ended up buying replacements from
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    Baltic birch is true veneer core and so it is...

    Baltic birch is true veneer core and so it is more rigid. I had a veneer job yesterday and we used plycore MDF on the recommendation of my friend and it went well. I plan up use that next time, it...
  4. It’s very unlikely that you will be able to...

    It’s very unlikely that you will be able to acquire hinoki in lumber form. I would consider other options for this project.
  5. Kelvin makes sense, both Celsius and Fahrenheit...

    Kelvin makes sense, both Celsius and Fahrenheit use water as their standard. The metric system is great for the fact that the standards can be tested as opposed to needing to be stored somewhere. ...
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    Keep fighting the good fight!

    Keep fighting the good fight!
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    Mitutoyo please and thank you.

    Mitutoyo please and thank you.
  8. Much prefer SAE.

    Much prefer SAE.
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    Let’s not forget that it’s folks like Rich,...

    Let’s not forget that it’s folks like Rich, investing, that allow folks who can’t afford to purchase a home the ability to rent one. That only happens with an investor risking their capital. ...
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    That’s called a wash-sale, I believe you have to...

    That’s called a wash-sale, I believe you have to wait 30 days before purchasing the same stock if you want to claim the loss.
  11. Here’s how I do it. The side seams are hidden...

    Here’s how I do it. The side seams are hidden in the chamfer.

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    You all should move to NJ, property taxes to your...

    You all should move to NJ, property taxes to your heart’s content and then even more.
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    I use push button controls with a VFD. The...

    I use push button controls with a VFD. The controls are momentary buttons. I added an E-stop also which stops the drill in a hurry and locks out the vfd for safety until it is cleared.

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    I believe so, a quick look over at Wolf...

    I believe so, a quick look over at Wolf Automation showed one iirc.
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    I use a hitachi WJ200 drive on two machines,...

    I use a hitachi WJ200 drive on two machines, great drive. Easily programmed.
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    Every sector seems to have its day in the sun and...

    Every sector seems to have its day in the sun and it’s often spurred by unusual events. With regard to who is correct; Buffet is a dividend/growth investor, so he’s picking with that metric as some...
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    I’d be pretty nervous about anything with a...

    I’d be pretty nervous about anything with a computer that’s fairly old unless the components themselves are able to sourced directly from their respective suppliers or if you are willing to replace...
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    Kolle is pretty dang good.

    Kolle is pretty dang good.
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    It’s a block ground to a precise measurement, you...

    It’s a block ground to a precise measurement, you can buy them in sets.
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    If it’s going to be a similar height often, I...

    If it’s going to be a similar height often, I would setup a gauge block at that height and sweep it with an indicator on a fixed stand. That could then be used to determine the height of the cutter...
  21. On the jointer and planer I prefer Tersa carbide....

    On the jointer and planer I prefer Tersa carbide. They’re extremely sharp (when new) and leave a nice finish. Tersa us easy to change and a nick can be resolved by bumping a knife over slightly. ...
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    Probably easier to have the head bored out.

    Probably easier to have the head bored out.
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    Howdy Phil! Doing good, thank you! Hope you...

    Howdy Phil! Doing good, thank you! Hope you guys are as well!
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    I wouldn’t expect LHG to be as strong as PVA but...

    I wouldn’t expect LHG to be as strong as PVA but many applications do not call for ultimate strength. For a long grain glue up, I normally want ultimate strength but for joinery it varies depending...
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    Titebond I is not terribly difficult to reverse...

    Titebond I is not terribly difficult to reverse with heat and steam. Probably more difficult than hide glue but can’t put hide glue in the pressurized glue tank.

    So, I use hide glue anytime I...
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