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    Chiu Ting Geetech are one of their suppliers...

    Chiu Ting Geetech are one of their suppliers along with Delta, Powermatic, Jet, Sawstop, et al. http://www.geetech.com.tw/index.php/en/strategic-partenrship-e

    I'm pretty sure Grizzly doesn't...
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    The WEN / Grizzly / Triton one is pretty...

    The WEN / Grizzly / Triton one is pretty lightweight but decent for what it is. Think the Triton version can be had for around $200 from Amazon.
  3. Plenty of very serviceable hobbiest-owned...

    Plenty of very serviceable hobbiest-owned USA-made 14 Delta bandsaws out there. Much easier to break down and re-assemble if moving into an awkward space.
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    Dynamic are great, totally recommend them. Some...

    Dynamic are great, totally recommend them. Some blades come back better than new.
  5. Maybe if you could find the higher grade stuff...

    Maybe if you could find the higher grade stuff from Finland, wouldnt attempt it otherwise. Soft maple with an MDF panel would be a better choice.
  6. Sell the Powermatic, one of the jointers and as...

    Sell the Powermatic, one of the jointers and as much other random stuff as possible. Working in a cluttered environment is inefficient.
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    Dubuque makes some fairly deep reach wood...

    Dubuque makes some fairly deep reach wood handscrew clamps. https://www.leevalley.com/en-us/shop/tools/hand-tools/clamps/69825-dubuque-wooden-handscrews

    There's also wooden cam clamps that are...
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    Most glass fabricators wont ship IGUs without...

    Most glass fabricators wont ship IGUs without tempering.
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    I was thinking that the centerline of the shaft...

    I was thinking that the centerline of the shaft on a larger motor being in a different position might cause the belt to do some weird things with tensioning when raising and lowering the blade but...
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    Triumph bits are great too:...

    Triumph bits are great too: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0007UPHQ0/

    I believe Lee Valley starts with these when grinding their brad point drills.
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    If you've got one of the older "Artisan"...

    If you've got one of the older "Artisan" contractor-type saws from Powermatic, I wouldn't exceed 1.5-1.75 hp. Mounting a larger sized motor could become more problematic than it's worth. WEG also...
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    If you've got one of the older "Artisan"...

    If you've got one of the older "Artisan" contractor-type saws from Powermatic, I wouldn't exceed 1.5-1.75 hp. Mounting a larger sized motor could become more problematic than it's worth. WEG makes...
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    You'll find those air compressor motors are...

    You'll find those air compressor motors are pretty light duty compared to a standard ODP or TEFC hence the lower price. $174 is probably on the high side too, Surplus Center has a (CCW) 3hp WEG air...
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    Id also verify that the rotation direction is...

    Id also verify that the rotation direction is the same as your current one and if not, can it be reversed. Some of the cheaper induction motors out there cannot be re-wired to change this.
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    https://i.imgur.com/23mO169.jpg I finished...

    https://i.imgur.com/23mO169.jpg

    I finished this a few weeks ago, am planning on something similar for the exterior of my place Upstate when I re-do the deck.
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    https://www.harryepstein.com/norseman-nitride-cryo...

    https://www.harryepstein.com/norseman-nitride-cryogenic-treated-29-pc-drill-bit-set-ct-29p.html
    1/16 in to 1/2 in by 64th increments.
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  17. Check out Highway 395 in the Eastern Sierras...

    Check out Highway 395 in the Eastern Sierras sometime in the spring. Endless opportunities around Lee Vining, Bishop, Bridgeport. Mammoth right at the center of it all as well.

    Great guide to DIY...
  18. That the place in Montana with a single ancient...

    That the place in Montana with a single ancient ski lift? Looks intriguing. I'm hoping to get on a similarly mom and pop operation this season > http://www.mtwaterman.org
  19. Plenty of roadside stuff in Rocky Mtn Park...

    Plenty of roadside stuff in Rocky Mtn Park usually well thought the spring. Right in your back yard!
  20. An Epic Local Pass for Vail / Beaver Creek and...

    An Epic Local Pass for Vail / Beaver Creek and several other resorts is $725 with 10 blackout days which isn't much. Unlimited at Breckenridge, Keystone and Crested Butte, Heavenly, etc. well worth...
  21. https://youtu.be/oKpSBE8YWXk Im on a...

    https://youtu.be/oKpSBE8YWXk

    Im on a snowboard but I use essentially the same method shown in the above video using a 6 file by hand. If youre near an REI, some of them have free classes on the...
  22. https://i.imgur.com/SBtozEZ.png I'd get both of...

    https://i.imgur.com/SBtozEZ.png I'd get both of these: https://i.imgur.com/vACz56M.png

    I'd also found that the small support table is handy but I keep the miter fence on the saw wagon most of the...
  23. I bought that same SC2 a few years back and love...

    I bought that same SC2 a few years back and love mine. I'd recommend purchasing any accessories you think you might want along with the saw upfront as SCM will gouge you if you try to purchase after...
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    Wonder if the original unit had been on display...

    Wonder if the original unit had been on display at a trade show, would explain the mismatched pallet and stretch film.
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    Thx for the update after all these years. I've...

    Thx for the update after all these years. I've since acquired a few Fiskars axes and a hatchet that were all made in Finland and love them. Nothing I'd rather use to split logs with.
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