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  1. There is enough spring in the hose but it can...

    There is enough spring in the hose but it can still fight you a bit. On my recent re-install I made the hose short enough so that it stretched out a bit when the lid was fastened down on the drum. ...
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    I was trying to make Shop Made "Blokkz" and this...

    I was trying to make Shop Made "Blokkz" and this is what I came up with. I'm sure I picked up the general idea somewhere along the way; I'm not that clever ;-)
  3. I just bought a little hose from Grizzly for my...

    I just bought a little hose from Grizzly for my new install of my old G0440.

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    The idea of a platform with casters on it would work as well.
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    If I understand correctly that you will fill the...

    If I understand correctly that you will fill the entire rectangle, floating panels with complimentary characteristics can do a lot for a blank space.

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    +1 on Woodpecker products and the folks at...

    +1 on Woodpecker products and the folks at Carbide Processors. Thanks for posting the review. I have the original PRLs and they have worked flawlessly for many years. I also have their old...
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    Thanks guys. Baby steps right now. Next will be...

    Thanks guys. Baby steps right now. Next will be some boxes or small wall cabinets I think. By summer I should be ready to start on the bedroom set, the sideboard, the kitchen island, various...
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    Three 8x10 Frames

    I am still just getting warmed up after a 2 year hiatus so I am doing some small items to wake up my muscle memory https://www.woodtalkonline.com/uploads/emoticons/default_unsure.png.

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    Another heavy shellac user here that doesn't feel...

    Another heavy shellac user here that doesn't feel confident that that is shellac. It is easy enough to test. Put some 90+% alcohol on a cotton ball and hold it against the surface for 30 seconds or...
  10. I sprayed drywall primer with my Earlex 2 stage...

    I sprayed drywall primer with my Earlex 2 stage and a 2.0 needle. I just thinned it till the Ford cup said it was good and it sprayed without issue. If you cannot thin, look at renting an airless...
  11. A variation on my Shorts Tower may help(?) ...

    A variation on my Shorts Tower may help(?)

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  12. Agree that it's funny. I think Brian was...

    Agree that it's funny. I think Brian was actually trying to help. He may just be unaware that there really is no "Delta" support for older Delta tools at this time. :)
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    I’m sure either would work fine. I have boards...

    I’m sure either would work fine. I have boards that are used regularly that are many years old all made with Titebond three. No failures. This includes and green boards, edge green boards, and inlay...
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    I agree with those stating that a sled carries...

    I agree with those stating that a sled carries the off cut away from the blade and eliminates the problem. An alternative to this is something like the Grr-ripper which carries the off cut away from...
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    +1. Very well thought out and I should think...

    +1. Very well thought out and I should think easily modified if the need arises.
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    I was re-reading some of this thread and had...

    I was re-reading some of this thread and had missed Russel's reference to the JET 98-0060 Tuftool. I rarely have trouble with the Supermax 19-38 clip but was curious. Using the pictures in the...
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    Frame Miter Clamping Helper

    I thought I posted this way-back-when under one of my "Random Tips" rambles I get on now and then but cannot find it. This was just going to be a "hey I made some more of these" thread but just in...
  18. Definitely one of my favorites. They’re...

    Definitely one of my favorites.


    They’re hitting the ground like wet sacks of cement.


    Classic.
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    Ding, ding,ding.

    Ding, ding,ding.
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    +1. About $10/bf for walnut out here.

    +1. About $10/bf for walnut out here.
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    I know what you mean. I only recently got the...

    I know what you mean. I only recently got the shop going and it seems everything I have made so far with one exception has been for the shop :D. I hope to start using the shop to make things...
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    Of course it is hard to recommend a product that...

    Of course it is hard to recommend a product that one has had for years because the same product today may be very different. Be that as it may . . . I picked up a 29 piece Hitachi set on sale at...
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    Been with Consumer Cellular since retirement. ...

    Been with Consumer Cellular since retirement. Very happy. Great customer service. Good prices. The AARP discount pays for our AARP membership and then some.
  24. Husky Adjustable Height Work Bench Table - Shelf

    I know a few folks have these. Surprisingly useful. Mine changed my whole approach to an outfeed for my bandsaw and other things. In an effort to increase its usefulness I added a shallow shelf....
  25. Well done. .001" is my target. Mostly I hit it,...

    Well done. .001" is my target. Mostly I hit it, on some tools I stop when I get within reason if they are erratic while aligning.
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