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    footprint without outrigger is 10x7ft roughly. If...

    footprint without outrigger is 10x7ft roughly. If only having about 18" capacity to the right of the blade would be OK you could remove the 3ft wide table on the right side.
    The outrigger adds...
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    Make an offer on the sliding saw and R9! I can...

    Make an offer on the sliding saw and R9! I can quote flatbed delivery for you too. Really want to get this out of the shop this week
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    I'd Like the 3 Taunton books, the woodcarving...

    I'd Like the 3 Taunton books, the woodcarving book by Chris Pye, With Saw Plane & Chisel, Designing Furniture and Making Woodwork Aids & Devices please
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    Sliding shaper is sold, looking for a home for...

    Sliding shaper is sold, looking for a home for the sliding saw. Price drop to $2000
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    If they're load bearing then by all means have an...

    If they're load bearing then by all means have an engineer look over and plan it out. You can get steel studs up to about 12ga. Even the 20ga like I'll be in sing is night & day different than the...
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    I don't see any mention of steel studs so I'll be...

    I don't see any mention of steel studs so I'll be the oddball- you should use 20ga steel studs. Cheaper than wood right now and they're straight! I'm about to be using some for interior 12ft walls in...
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    It's a sweet little lathe setup to run on 120v,...

    It's a sweet little lathe setup to run on 120v, perfect for a small home shop. It's a benchtop model, I think 24" between centers.
    It has a quick change gearbox too
    I think I have both 3&4jaw...
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    Several pieces of Machinery for sale

    Hey guys I’m going to work on getting some good pics tomorrow and see what sticks, if anyone is interested in any of this reach out to me please, I’ve got to free up some space and some funds
    these...
  9. I'm in SW Georgia about 60 miles from the gulf as...

    I'm in SW Georgia about 60 miles from the gulf as the crow flies. No insulation plus AC = major condensation problems. I'm renovating a 60x80 steel building now which was built in the 30s best we can...
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    guys I live and breathe logistics- LTL, hotshots,...

    guys I live and breathe logistics- LTL, hotshots, full size flatbed/van etc. Like has been mentioned LTL is a great option IF the seller is willing to (and capable of!) properly secure and protect...
  11. Thanks Jim I'll have to make one of those!...

    Thanks Jim I'll have to make one of those!
    Lessons learned so far -
    -Keep my damned pinky out of the way!
    -Keep a bottle of liquid bandage nearby...
    -I think I want to pickup a few duplicate...
  12. Jim I only sawed at a diagonal and chopped/pared...

    Jim I only sawed at a diagonal and chopped/pared the rest
  13. Thanks Bill a good friend on another forum gifted...

    Thanks Bill a good friend on another forum gifted me that mallet!
    OH and I have to give Matt Evans a shout out- I'm finally putting a few miles on his bench-on-bench moxon setup!
    Here's a retake...
  14. D'oh I didn't lay the saw up there for the...

    D'oh I didn't lay the saw up there for the picture! I tried both and used a traditional dovetail saw, it felt best to me
  15. First timer on half blind dovetails - I think I like it here!

    I'm building a desk for my daughter and have done a few practice through dovetails then I jumped straight into the half blind drawer front, they can only improve from here and I'm pleased with this...
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    Oh yeah the cork reminded me, not sure why I...

    Oh yeah the cork reminded me, not sure why I didn't mention it before but golf balls make great file handles too! I've got them on my bigger lathe files
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    Wood handles simply push onto the tang. No epoxy...

    Wood handles simply push onto the tang. No epoxy needed. Files only cut on a forward stroke, you should lift it to pull back, there won't be any pulling action to loosen the handle. They don't lend...
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    Update - I ordered the dispoz-a-blade setups from...

    Update - I ordered the dispoz-a-blade setups from grizzly, fingers crossed they work in my cutterheads then I'll just order some spare knives from dispoz-a-blade. I'll update once I get them...
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    If you get the 1-1/2" bit you'll have to use 2x...

    If you get the 1-1/2" bit you'll have to use 2x material for the template to get a shallow enough first pass- the 1" bit should work nicely with a 3/4 template.
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    No clue Patrick, it was in a commercial cabinet...

    No clue Patrick, it was in a commercial cabinet shop, I'd guess it was something more like Mike detailed - a glove, knot, who knows what got pulled in. They are replaceable plates on either side,...
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    Haha Patrick that infeed is the reason I only...

    Haha Patrick that infeed is the reason I only paid $400 for it. Everything else is great, could use a good cleaning and some fresh paint though. I have the materials to machine a new aluminum infeed...
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    It's one of the many Taiwanese jointers, probably...

    It's one of the many Taiwanese jointers, probably from the same plant as one of the big names.
    https://preview.ibb.co/hUL3Zf/41-B556-EE-81-B5-4-A5-B-A2-A6-2-DF1-D1-AC979-A.jpg...
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    Thanks Robert that's one thing I was afraid of...

    Thanks Robert that's one thing I was afraid of since the Byrd gives you all carbide. On the dispoz-a-blade setup I can have hss and kobalt (I thought it was cobalt but they spell it with a k on the...
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    Jointer knife choices

    Good morning everyone! It's been a while since I have been in the creek - I thought I'd get some opinions here. I need to get new knives for my new-to-me 12" jointer. It's a Chung Kung machine, works...
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    Julie I'll throw in a mobile base recommendation...

    Julie I'll throw in a mobile base recommendation for the Portamate brand, I have their highest rated one and a medium one (3500 & 2500 I think). The big one is under my 12" jointer and my 6yr old...
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