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    I agree with this assessment. I've got many...

    I agree with this assessment. I've got many mobile stations and the 2 swivel/2 fixed is definitely the way to go for stability and ease of precise movement.
    David
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    Again, I highly recommend the items I mentioned...

    Again, I highly recommend the items I mentioned in my previous post. Even though they are not intended for woodworking, I find these great for the applications you just mentioned. If you don't like...
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    Hi John, I have the same saw. In my opinion, it...

    Hi John,
    I have the same saw. In my opinion, it would be desirable to install a router lift on the table saw wing. In addition to the convenience of easily adjusting the router height, this will...
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    Thanks John!! Please keep us posted with your...

    Thanks John!! Please keep us posted with your impressions of your new table saw.
    David
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    My question is: are any of you guys using a...

    My question is: are any of you guys using a single phase 120Vac motor for your VFD conversion or have you switched out your old motor for a new 3 phase motor?
    David
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    Hi Matthew, These really work great! I use them...

    Hi Matthew,
    These really work great! I use them for my jointer and router table. The red foam material grabs the wood better than any of the others I have used and worn out in the past.
    David
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    That's a nice looking saw! David 417768

    That's a nice looking saw!
    David

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    Jim, It would appear that some VFDs will work to...

    Jim,
    It would appear that some VFDs will work to run a single phase motor with variable speed (if I am understanding this video correctly).
    David

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qa0OksIcR4
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    OK - let me look that up. ...

    OK - let me look that up.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urea-formaldehyde

    Google is my friend. Sorry for the post, but some of us need some schooling on all these acronyms.
    David
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    I own and use the Grizzly 1023 RLWX. It is a...

    I own and use the Grizzly 1023 RLWX. It is a great saw. Lot of power and very precise. I don't use the router feature, I bought this model because it was only an additional $75 or so for the heavy...
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    So what the heck is PVA? I suppose I will need to...

    So what the heck is PVA? I suppose I will need to use Google to find out.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyvinyl_acetate

    OK - got it!
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    Maybe "pick-up" truck. I'm with you Tony - I hate...

    Maybe "pick-up" truck. I'm with you Tony - I hate these acronyms like RAS, TS, etc. Too many lazy typists. I always try to use the full name - except in some recent post where I used the term "VFD"...
  13. Ben - for the most part I agree with you. I know...

    Ben - for the most part I agree with you. I know that some of the very high end wood workers work to vary close tolerances to facilitate the fitment of mating parts. I am not one of them. I use gauge...
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    That's a good looking table saw Marlin!! I'll...

    That's a good looking table saw Marlin!! I'll look forward to seeing some pictures of your new projects.
    David
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    Perhaps he has a 2 speed motor. In any case, his...

    Perhaps he has a 2 speed motor. In any case, his blade speeds are probably around 3000 to 3600 FPM on high and half of that on low speed.
    David
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    I think that he meant fpm, not rpm.

    I think that he meant fpm, not rpm.
  17. Hi Dennis, That Shapeoko XXL looks like a very...

    Hi Dennis,
    That Shapeoko XXL looks like a very capable machine. There was a used one that sold recently for $1000 including some extra bits on the Shapeoko forum.
    That might be a good place to look...
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    Hi Tony, Here is my cnc router that I designed...

    Hi Tony,
    Here is my cnc router that I designed and built from "scratch" several years ago. Although I used mostly steel (with some welding/machining) for the construction, you could simplify your...
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    Hi Tony, I built a small cnc router/engraver...

    Hi Tony,
    I built a small cnc router/engraver from an Ebay kit several years ago. I paid $130 at the time. It uses stepper motors with linear bearings. Its really a pretty nice little machine to...
  20. Bill - maybe this will clear it up for you. ...

    Bill - maybe this will clear it up for you.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWzjWYRsvn0

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  21. Hi Tom, Here is a latching push button switch...

    Hi Tom,
    Here is a latching push button switch that I think will work for your friend. Push it once and it stays on, push it again and it turns off. A latching relay would work also, but may be...
  22. But if by some chance you have the solution to...

    But if by some chance you have the solution to this problem, please share it with Tom and his friend. You might make all of us very happy. I have read your posts before and I have gathered that you...
  23. Your up early (or late depending on the time...

    Your up early (or late depending on the time zone). Apparently the VFD in question is defective. Normally I would recommend that they buy a new one. The friend of the op is apparently on a budget....
  24. Please show me your configuration again with a...

    Please show me your configuration again with a wiring diagram. Which wires does he have attached to which terminals on the following diagram?
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  25. Which button does he have to hold his finger on...

    Which button does he have to hold his finger on to make it run? The green button on the front of the inverter, or an external button that he has wired to one of more of the terminals on the VFD?
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