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    why not trace the pattern on ply then another...

    why not trace the pattern on ply then another outter line of say an inch around it and cut away then cut away the inner line and clamp the resulting ply pattern on the corrian and route the pocket?
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    OK pulled the trigger on the Ryobi. Saw positive...

    OK pulled the trigger on the Ryobi. Saw positive and negative reviews (the guy above blew it off when it slipped) so we'll see. They all break by price and this is a cheaper one. With these small...
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    Well now I am stuck on the "Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+...

    Well now I am stuck on the "Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ P601". Buying one with a battery and charger for $150, not very high-end but I really really like the dial-in depth, that along with being cordless will...
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    Hey thanks everyone will go through and check out...

    Hey thanks everyone will go through and check out suggestions.

    Richard, ya know the term 'compact' and 'trim' seems to be interchangeable between the brands and often have both terms in the...
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    trim router

    Adding a trim router to the shop. There are a lot of options. Leaning towards the Makita RT0701C 1-1/4 HP Compact Router. Any suggestions or words of wisdom to look for?
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    Thanks for the input everyone. After reading your...

    Thanks for the input everyone. After reading your advice decided to do something else this morning and push these boards out to tomorrow. Thanks!
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    over night glue up

    Need to glue up half a dozen cutting boards this evening and put through planer, drum sander and hand sand in the morning. They would probably sit in clamps for about 10 hours. I am using titebond 3....
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    Probably not any time soon, it just seems like a...

    Probably not any time soon, it just seems like a solution looking for a problem for us. Got a couple grand in a CNC and almost 9 in a laser but those get used constantly. Need to try and be open...
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    thanks everyone! We have decided to laser on...

    thanks everyone!

    We have decided to laser on the logo and do the oil but wait and do the the wax as we ship. That also gives me a chance to really go over the boards as they ship and make sure...
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    storing cutting boards long term

    So, I will have a rack of a couple hundred face and edge grain, mostly finished, cutting boards that I was planning on oiling and waxing over the next couple weeks to prep for fall shows but Covid...
  11. David, what about the contractors sawsstop? I use...

    David, what about the contractors sawsstop? I use this one on a heavy duty mobile base and like it. I assume you bought the SS because of the blade brake and this keeps you in that world if it won't...
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    Thanks for all the input. I spent $120 but it...

    Thanks for all the input.

    I spent $120 but it came with battery and chargers so hopefully it will be handy. One of my motivations is getting rid of compressor for just quick tack up situations. I...
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    Hey thanks for the video. It was a reinforcement...

    Hey thanks for the video. It was a reinforcement to me to always look at every tool for how to stay safe and particularly those with a blade. They cut through body parts so much more efficient than...
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    Ok, went up $30 and got one with a decent small...

    Ok, went up $30 and got one with a decent small range but up to 2". Still seems light weight and compact. Thanks for the input!
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    yeah it struck me that way at first but then I do...

    yeah it struck me that way at first but then I do have a full size finish nailer and a framing nailer and this is supposed to be a quick grab for jigs and quick forming. Do you have a cordless...
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    hey glad you are OK. Maybe consider changing...

    hey glad you are OK. Maybe consider changing saws, what happened to you is why I got a contractors sawsstop instead of a nicer cabinet table saw from one of the other brands. I figure sometime over...
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    I have a sawsstop contractors version (at 2k it...

    I have a sawsstop contractors version (at 2k it was the best I could afford) and using the 40 tooth combo blade that came with it to rip a couple hundred so far 24" & 22" 1 3/4 and 1 1/2"...
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    general purpose nailer

    OK I bought my framing nailer and my finish nailer years ago and they are compressor.

    I have watched enough videos lately that I have decided I need a small general purpose 20 volt cordless...
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    You mean you can't run it in bypass mode...

    You mean you can't run it in bypass mode continuously. I think the blade brake is active by default unless you (on my contractors) turn the key and put it in by-pass mode and the light is flashing...
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    router table pen turning

    I saw a router based turning tool and I was curious how such a product could possibly be on the market. It seems like not even a question of if you are going to trash your hand into the router blade...
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    It's a battle scar, you lucked out with only needing to spend an hour or so and a few bucks filling this in and then being good to go. It could have been a lot worse and you would be out $900 if you...
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    I have the same saw and do 30-40ish rips at a...

    I have the same saw and do 30-40ish rips at a time and they need to be right. If I am reading you right you want to be able to slide fence into place, lock it down and get a perfectly square cut?
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    Ya know I do see the benifit for a manufacturer...

    Ya know I do see the benifit for a manufacturer of just in time for even a small shop with multiple employees but that runs counter to our overall goal as a two person (married) artisan shop because...
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    Thanks everyone, sounds like I am OK with my...

    Thanks everyone, sounds like I am OK with my plans of making and boxing up for shows and online.
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    inventory levels

    We have been selling pottery for the past 10 years, one ft and 1 pt. With pottery there is no time limit on how long it takes to sell something and weeks, months or even years is just fine. Slow...
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