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    Definitely like that look. Ron

    Definitely like that look.
    Ron
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    must have been removed, worked earlier. Pictures...

    must have been removed, worked earlier. Pictures showed a well kept General jointer.
    Ron
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    Yes, check it over with a good straight edge. Pay...

    Yes, check it over with a good straight edge. Pay for it and load it up. OR wait and someone else will own it.
    Good luck
    Ron
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    Received in great shape. Book was in brand new...

    Received in great shape. Book was in brand new condition.. Packed extremely, extremely well. Shipped fast
    great deal at a great price
    Thanks
    Ron
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    No mdf close to water, do not use it by a window....

    No mdf close to water, do not use it by a window. Too much time and other material expense to save $100 on mdf if that much
    Ron
  6. Back in the late 80's was cutting lifts of...

    Back in the late 80's was cutting lifts of imported mdf, definitely tearing carbide blades up. Also heavier, 5x12 took two people most of the time to start cutting on it. Fortunately only about 15%...
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    Thanks, that makes sense Ron

    Thanks, that makes sense
    Ron
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    Steve, Frank and others appreciate you posting...

    Steve, Frank and others appreciate you posting what works for you. I really like it when multiple views/methods/ways of work on posted on the same subject. Helps to get a better idea of how things...
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    Erik, first I heard about the helical not capable...

    Erik, first I heard about the helical not capable of removing as much per cut. Very interested as I have an 8" helical jointer in the crate waiting on me. Have only used straight knives in the past....
  10. I would add a truss cable underneath about inch...

    I would add a truss cable underneath about inch and a half back. Use a strip of wood across the middle a inch in height less than intended height. Use a turnbuckle to tighten the cable and raise...
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    Sorry to hear this. Life can sure change in an...

    Sorry to hear this. Life can sure change in an instant. My sympathy to all involved.
    Put your energy into surviving this and the house and shop will work out in time.
    Prayers sent
    Ron
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    I agree, this is why I used solid extension...

    I agree, this is why I used solid extension tables with roller stands when traveling, solid mounts in the shop. Roller stands for me cause as many issues as they help on the jointer.
    Would love to...
  13. Never had to have an General inspection when...

    Never had to have an General inspection when buying three different houses in Ohio.
    Did have to have septic inspection, termite inspection, gas inspection on last two.
    Worked on enough houses that...
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    So true. Started with a 4" jointer way, way...

    So true.
    Started with a 4" jointer way, way back. Made stand out of 2 x 4 with removable legs, a roller on the out feed side built on. Had a washing machine motor. Used 1x boards on roller stands as...
  15. Is this regular particle board unfinished faces,...

    Is this regular particle board unfinished faces, melamine with a denser core or MDF?
    Thanks
    Ron
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    Carry something to measure with when you go to...

    Carry something to measure with when you go to pick out your boards.
    I buy from a wholesaler who sells to the public in a small addition off of the office.
    This would be okay for a couple of...
  17. At some point it could be same cost, more/less...

    At some point it could be same cost, more/less just to replace the floor
    With new concrete. Could do it in sections or all at once.
    Another option would be pressure treated sleepers with 3/4 t&g...
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    Pm sent... Ron

    Pm sent...
    Ron
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    Check cedar liner for closets. Lowe,s, Home...

    Check cedar liner for closets. Lowe,s, Home Depot, Menards, etc Might be what you're looking for.
    Good luck
    Ron
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    Proscale has $100 off offer thru Oct 16th making...

    Proscale has $100 off offer thru Oct 16th making it over $300 with shipping. Igauge is around $35 shipped. Lots of difference. Used every day would buy Proscale for all. Leaning towards buying...
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    Have been told by contractors NO REPAIRS or...

    Have been told by contractors NO REPAIRS or DEFECTS allowed in electric cords by OSHA or safety personal. Actually most work was done with battery power, five different buildings going up now.
    Ron
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    "Don’t construction workers rip out-of-square...

    "Don’t construction workers rip out-of-square boards all the time on cheap table saws"
    This gets done by marking a straight line on the boar and free han feeding the board, not the safest way to...
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    Thank you Mark. I will spend the money to buy...

    Thank you Mark. I will spend the money to buy Proscale if that is my best choice. Not interested in buying something that won't last, not wanting to buy industrial quality if a middle of the road...
  24. Package received today, very well packed and...

    Package received today, very well packed and better than described
    Thanks
    Ron
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    DRO which one to buy?

    Been reading on here about DRO's getting more confused about which one to buy.
    Thought the Wixley due to advertising in catalogs would be the one to buy.
    More I read on here seems like they aren't...
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