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    Lighting and glare aren’t great, but from here it...

    Lighting and glare aren’t great, but from here it appears too yellowish brown to be Braz. Cherry. Grain looks a bit different as well. I do about 2-3000 bf of it a year, and it is considerably redder...
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    For the material you describe, it seems the best...

    For the material you describe, it seems the best and simplest answer is to start with 80 grit.
    Also, get a bigger sander- a 6” disc sander has , and sands almost 45% more area as a 5” machine. ...
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    A lot of commercial kilns use dried White Oak for...

    A lot of commercial kilns use dried White Oak for stickers.
    I have had light green colored mold visible in the drying stack of maple at times. It planes right off to no ill effect or color.
    If...
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    I was told once a cord starts doing that...

    I was told once a cord starts doing that intermittently, that there is arc erosion on the pins AND the socket. Replacing the socket works, but if the cord was subject to that condition for too long,...
  5. I have the festool trim router. I would highly...

    I have the festool trim router. I would highly recommend against it. Save your money.
    There is no, as in zero visualization of the cut when in use.
    Height adjustment is clunky, and there is a very...
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    Mark, sorry to hear about your injury. That is a...

    Mark, sorry to hear about your injury. That is a pretty serious amount of damage to you, and I hope the healing goes well without the onset of infection.
    Tiny bits of the wheel not seen and removed...
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    I would agree with Brian- plastic will not work....

    I would agree with Brian- plastic will not work. If you could find some aluminum sheet of the approximate size that was anodized, or could be, that would be just the ticket.
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    This, exactly. It is not hard to mill the strip...

    This, exactly.
    It is not hard to mill the strip to a few thousandths thicker than the plywood, glue it flush or very close to , and lightly sand after.
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    Take your plywood panels, and a strip of solid...

    Take your plywood panels, and a strip of solid wood equal to the twice the thickness you want, plus a saw kerf. Glue it centered between both pieces of plywood, and rip after cure.
    Twice as fast....
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    Larry, save a lot of money, skip the Wegoma, get...

    Larry, save a lot of money, skip the Wegoma, get a DC40. Same ease of plane change, and I think 1/2 the price!!!
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    Klingspor, or Econ Abrasives.

    Klingspor, or Econ Abrasives.
  12. I have owned both. The Bosch is a decent unit,...

    I have owned both. The Bosch is a decent unit, but the Milwaukee stuff just has more power and runtime than any of the Bosch stuff I tried.
    The batteries and then the charger died early on my Bosch...
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    Is that honeycomb checking I see Jeff? If so,...

    Is that honeycomb checking I see Jeff? If so, that really isn’t helping your situation.
    Looks like your “eating that bull one bite at a time”
    One BIG bite!
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    Flooring in general is much fussier than people...

    Flooring in general is much fussier than people know. I have a Weinig molder, and I write down all the measurements for axial and radial positioning for all molding profiles run. The machine has...
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    I have solved the groove full of chips with a...

    I have solved the groove full of chips with a strategically placed blowgun right after the outfeed fence. Kept it nice and clean, but you need a decent compressor......
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    Short of highly specific cutters being made, I...

    Short of highly specific cutters being made, I think your best solution will be climb cutting it all, but that seems to wear the knives quicker in my experience.
    The other 2 thoughts are, experiment...
  17. Yes, Al is who I remember talking to, but I think...

    Yes, Al is who I remember talking to, but I think Joe said they had some personnel changes recently so....
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    Demo is probably by the hour, but around here it...

    Demo is probably by the hour, but around here it costs about $105.00 per yard for ready mix delivered for 8 plus yards, otherwise you get hit for a “short load” - essentially a fee above the cost of...
  19. You can order riving knives direct from Martin-...

    You can order riving knives direct from Martin- at least you could a couple years ago. I think they run around $60-70.00 each.
  20. Not on mine either Joe.

    Not on mine either Joe.
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    M.A. Ford makes an excellent single flute...

    M.A. Ford makes an excellent single flute countersink- the best I have tried. Fullers are very good as well, but I do not like the chatter that the 4 flute cutters make.
    The single flute is better...
  22. I would agree about doing what is necessary to...

    I would agree about doing what is necessary to keep the existing arbor size. 1 1/4” will be far more useful when finding tooling and blades I believe.
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    If it were mine, I would use a set of...

    If it were mine, I would use a set of number/letter stamps and a straight line punch/stamp/chisel after carefully laying out around the wheels, to create a proper indent- just like the older wheels,...
  24. I am almost positive you will find the date of...

    I am almost positive you will find the date of your saw cast into the underside of it. Only difference is, it won’t be in the same order as it is here in the US.
    We do MM/DD/YEAR, the saw will...
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    Stock is an issue. When I ordered the blades from...

    Stock is an issue. When I ordered the blades from Quinn, I had mine, and Joe Calhoon’s, and maybe another colleagues on the order. I know we needed to have the 5 minimum, but I think we mixed and...
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