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    If your lathe is oriented in a North /South...

    If your lathe is oriented in a North /South direction try rotating it East/West. Sounds crazy I know but it is actually a very common fix for a variety of machines. In the days of old all shipyards...
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    Bill, those are very nice trammel heads and if I...

    Bill, those are very nice trammel heads and if I was in need today that's what I would purchase. As I recall the wooden jig I made was done at a time when I was raising two daughters and money was...
  3. For 2 grand I would jump on the ShopBot PRT,...

    For 2 grand I would jump on the ShopBot PRT, especially if it has a controller box is only two years old.

    There is a thread here documenting a rehab I did on our local High Schools ShopBot PRT a...
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    The major difference in the two spindles is not...

    The major difference in the two spindles is not speed. The ceramic bearings are much more precise but it comes with a trade off as the warmup procedure takes more time. Additionally you won't be...
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    Yep, its a dart Glenn. At the time it seemed to...

    Yep, its a dart Glenn. At the time it seemed to be the best option, the point is very sharp and hardened steel.
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    CAMaster will build you a Stinger II 3 by 4 foot...

    CAMaster will build you a Stinger II 3 by 4 foot machine. That's what I have in my shop. Mine also has the CNC Lathe on the right side.
    Another option is a ShopBot since they are bolted together you...
  7. Sticky: FreeStuff Drawing - Afzelia Stabilized Pen Blanks October 24th

    SawMill Creek is sponsoring this drawing for 23 Afzelia XY-Lay Figured/Stabilized pen blanks.

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    The picture above is a representation of the blanks we will ship.

    The winners name will be...
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    Circle Jig

    Not worth much of a mention but I made this circle jig a couple decades ago and I can't remember how many projects that it has been used on. Basically it is a sliding dovetail style jig that will...
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    We have never had a sublimation forum, most...

    We have never had a sublimation forum, most sublimation threads are in the sign forum. Should we ever have enough people interested in sublimation I would be glad to create a new forum.
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    Head count, just need to know that enough people...

    Head count, just need to know that enough people want the files so I don't waste my time.
    The cost should be very reasonable, I will check the current cost of thumb drives and post the cost if we...
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    Jerry, maybe I can help. I have plenty of clear...

    Jerry, maybe I can help. I have plenty of clear acrylic in my sign shop, send me a sketch I might be able to cut it and engrave the cursor for you.
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    I left the industry in 1987, my last job was at...

    I left the industry in 1987, my last job was at Nine Mile Unit 2 in upstate New York during construction. The last thing I remember was that Oak Ridge was considering a fusion reactor that would use...
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    I was the Construction Engineer responsible for...

    I was the Construction Engineer responsible for the installation of the Three Mile Island (TMI) modifications at all four Pressurized Water Reactors in Virginia when I worked for Virginia Power. The...
  14. Try uploading your manual to the Lumberyard...

    Try uploading your manual to the Lumberyard Forum. Be advised that you can upload zip files up to 3 meg.
  15. Looking at the front of the box I see the...

    Looking at the front of the box I see the original board, the box details seem to just fade away. Can't say that I have even seen anything like that in all my years.
    Yours is a knock your socks off...
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    SawMill Creek Hall of Fame...

    SawMill Creek Hall of Fame

    I have a helper working with me to continue adding several more pages of projects to our Hall of Fame. I have two more years of pictures to review that will undoubtedly...
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    Ladies and Gentlemen, You can be right or...

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    You can be right or wrong based on your interpretation of the facts as you see them or your own personal opinions but you cannot at any time be unfriendly or disrespectful...
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    Darn, I was looking forward to owning a power...

    Darn, I was looking forward to owning a power feed glue gun. Probably for the best I would most likely waste a lot of glue with a power feed :)
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    Beautiful craftsmanship by very talented people....

    Beautiful craftsmanship by very talented people.

    Would you believe that you can find the same quality work right here at SawMill Creek? Spend some time in our archives there is plenty of eye candy...
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    Are you talking about a glue gun with an electric...

    Are you talking about a glue gun with an electric feed?

    The hand squeeze models are all I have even seen. I am way behind the times :)
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    How can you beat PVC clamps. They are dirt cheap,...

    How can you beat PVC clamps. They are dirt cheap, you can make dozens from just one PVC board that you purchase from a local store. Nothing is even close to your router bit except the soft PVC...
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    I remember a certain number of decades ago there...

    I remember a certain number of decades ago there was a debate among scientists concerned about an upcoming decrease in global temperatures and that the planet was destined to go into a deep freeze in...
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    I use 3/4" thick PVC scraps, cut them to fit on...

    I use 3/4" thick PVC scraps, cut them to fit on my band saw. I get perfect tension without the worry of the material splitting and its so soft if a router bit hits it there is not any issue. We have...
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    Bert, I can't find the link you mentioned...

    Bert, I can't find the link you mentioned possibly it was removed.
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    Richard, I checked your account and you have the...

    Richard, I checked your account and you have the proper permission. Something must have happened to your browser, try deleting your cookie and login again.
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