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  1. If it's fiberglass, why not just use a high...

    If it's fiberglass, why not just use a high quality exterior paint from SW or BM, etc.? Most "Polys" are not really great for exterior conditions, BTW.
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    Unless you're using MDO, even if you're painting...

    Unless you're using MDO, even if you're painting the cabinets, keeping the veneer grain running in the same direction will yield the best result unless you're going to take the time tot do some major...
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    Whatever gets you the parts with the veneer...

    Whatever gets you the parts with the veneer figure facing in the correct orientation is just fine. There's no "requirement" to rip a sheet first...just like there's no "requirement" to use the rip...
  4. Ralph makes a good point about using bearing...

    Ralph makes a good point about using bearing guided tooling rather than a guide bushing. An advantage there is that sometimes a guide bushing isn't exactly concentric in the router base, no matter...
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    I can see this....a big skid/pallet that exceeds...

    I can see this....a big skid/pallet that exceeds the dimensions of the tooling with the machine very thoroughly tied down to the skid/pallet and then wrapped as you indicate. Of course, my CNC came...
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    Carl, you may have already discovered this, but...

    Carl, you may have already discovered this, but spraying anything "slow drying" like oil based products isn't necessarily the best thing...the overspray is sticky for a long time, and the recoat...
  7. Be sure you work out liability and insurance...

    Be sure you work out liability and insurance aspects with any prospective "shop partners"...that's necessary even for a few hobbyists to share space. The world/society we live in unfortunately...
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    Very nice acquiring such a beautiful inventory of...

    Very nice acquiring such a beautiful inventory of material to work with!

    As to your slider decision...keep in mind that there's no rule that says you have to rip really long boards. ;) My work...
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    Personally, I'd be uncomfortable with a bit...

    Personally, I'd be uncomfortable with a bit extension on the CNC...but that's me.
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    For optimum chip load, you might be running at x...

    For optimum chip load, you might be running at x speed for a given RPM, but you may compromise on chip load and slow feed down to reduce stress on the cutter when deflection is a factor like it might...
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    Just as an aside...it's not 'RJ45 cable"....RJ-45...

    Just as an aside...it's not 'RJ45 cable"....RJ-45 is the type of 8 conductor connector generally used to terminate Ethernet cable. For the actual cable you want at least Cat 5E but preferably Cat 6...
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    Ammonia can be used, AFAIK, although I've never...

    Ammonia can be used, AFAIK, although I've never done that.

    I reuse the PPS cups and lids for a LONG time before switching them out. Hot water cleans them thoroughly in my experience. The liners...
  13. They sell direct....

    They sell direct. https://www.targetcoatings.com/. Sign up for the mailings so you get the discount codes which are typically 25% or so.
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    Glenn, that's a great example of space...

    Glenn, that's a great example of space preservation while retaining great usability while not interfering with other machines in or not in use.
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    Tom, given your machine's capacities I'd...

    Tom, given your machine's capacities I'd absolutely try to use .5" tooling for this because of the lengths. In addition to the Amana you're exploring, there are some longer bits at more reasonable...
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    Sliding attachments for cabinet saws are not...

    Sliding attachments for cabinet saws are not really the same as a true slider...they are not right up to the blade which in essence makes them a very expensive miter bar that replaces one that rides...
  17. The EM9300 or EM2000 might be worthy to try here.

    The EM9300 or EM2000 might be worthy to try here.
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    You could slice the model and as noted by Kevin...

    You could slice the model and as noted by Kevin and build the assembly from layers. For longer tooling, the larger diameter will be more stable. I specifically bought a longer .375" end mill for...
  19. Well, I guess you'll have to start building that...

    Well, I guess you'll have to start building that next project over the weekend since you can't do the finishing. :) :D
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    For your application, that would be a great...

    For your application, that would be a great finish....somewhat traditional, even.
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    Welcome, Max. Looks like you have a very nice...

    Welcome, Max. Looks like you have a very nice setup there! You're doing some beautiful work, too.

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    I will admit right up front that I'm a Camaster...

    I will admit right up front that I'm a Camaster owner and fan...made in USA in Georgia and they use North American sources parts to the extent that's actually possible. They are hefty machines for...
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    I have no clue if there's any oil at all...I've...

    I have no clue if there's any oil at all...I've had the pump for at least a decade and a half. It was originally purchased for use at my lathe for using a vacuum chuck and I also have used it for...
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    Exactly...and access to private messages, photos,...

    Exactly...and access to private messages, photos, etc. Thanks in advance for supporting this great forum site! Only six bucks minimum, too...

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    I picked up a surplus Gast pump for this...

    I picked up a surplus Gast pump for this application many years ago. It was "brand new", never used, but a pennies on the dollar surplus. I think it had a GE label slapped on it, but I don't recall...
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