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  1. Thanks everyone! I hear you Ed on picking it...

    Thanks everyone!

    I hear you Ed on picking it out. I have to email my order (not in Austin) and they they pull and its getting ridiculous and now I am willing to drive a bit to solve this. I have...
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    Great board! So is that end and face (long grain)...

    Great board! So is that end and face (long grain) mixed or are you mixing 4/4, 8/4 and 12/4 lumber? Can you drum sand that with boards running horizonal? Planner?
  3. Hard wood supplier in or around Austin Texas

    I am getting some rough hard wood out of my San Antonio supplier and trying to find a source in or around Austin, Tx?
  4. Thanks Justin!

    Thanks Justin!
  5. Ok new 2.0mm riv knife and it does solve the...

    Ok new 2.0mm riv knife and it does solve the binding problem completely. I put 2 pieces of tape on each side and it snaps in snug but not 'snap in' snug like the stock one does. Tempted to add...
  6. Hey Jim, good to hear it did the trick for you....

    Hey Jim, good to hear it did the trick for you. Thanks for the positioning tips, I think I am going to resist making adjustments for now. Got the thin kerf rip blade today and ran a few more cuts and...
  7. Interesting, I couldn't edit this post. I just...

    Interesting, I couldn't edit this post. I just wanted to correct myself because while I was researching setting my brake to the new blade I see that as Kyle said I am wrong and the SS simply will not...
  8. yeah its before the blade and prob does not even...

    yeah its before the blade and prob does not even have anything to do with the issue. This morning with the thin kerf and 2.33 riv knive I did a few dozen rips and on several of them the feed stopped...
  9. Hey Jim, I'm left handed and I feel the most...

    Hey Jim, I'm left handed and I feel the most comfortable with the rip on the outside (left) using a feather board for consistent width as I lean over the fence and feed with left hand unlike someone...
  10. great article. Ya know I ordered the thin riv b4...

    great article. Ya know I ordered the thin riv b4 I saw your post but I think I am still glad to have both of them in my box. I am not sure I will ever use the blade guard so might be fine for me...
  11. Hey thanks Thomas, will check it out! Thanks...

    Hey thanks Thomas, will check it out!

    Thanks for the suggestions Bill, Checked and I don't think the belt is loose and the stock blade had been used for hundreds (maybe a thousand plus) 2' rips...
  12. Thanks for all the info, so went to site and see...

    Thanks for all the info, so went to site and see 2.33 and 2.0 knife but still need to see if its compatible to contractors. Is this the one you meant?

    Are you saying when my thin kerf blades come...
  13. I wouldn't do that, a little hesitation on the...

    I wouldn't do that, a little hesitation on the brake stopping the blade could mean losing a finger or three. I will just add them to my circular saw collection and buy another blade for the SS or...
  14. Thanks for the prompt to look up codes. Next time...

    Thanks for the prompt to look up codes. Next time I will check the code first before doing anything.
  15. You are so right! I need to stop letting a little...

    You are so right! I need to stop letting a little extra setup time drive decisions.
  16. Ya know I haven't cleaned the stock one but will...

    Ya know I haven't cleaned the stock one but will clean these going forward. I just ordered the glue line ripping blade you recommended, thanks!

    I actually had that blade in my cart from research...
  17. checking out blades and a rip blade would be cool...

    checking out blades and a rip blade would be cool but I just don't want to have to change the blade every time I crosscut so anyone have a great combination blade recommendation for ripping 2' 1 1/2...
  18. yeah I guess I got sloppy because in the middle...

    yeah I guess I got sloppy because in the middle of this issue I had a small piece of wood hit blade and bing me on the finger. I am crazy careful on table saws (brake or no brake) so this both...
  19. Thomas, yeah have just the riving knife. I use a...

    Thomas, yeah have just the riving knife. I use a crosscut sled on the saw as well on another regular project and can only have riving knife for that so just got in habit of just using it that way....
  20. SawsStop 10" contractor blade bogs and stops

    Ok have done maybe 500-600 rips with various hardwood over the past few months. Starting ripping hard maple this morning and for the first time had issues. 4 different times the blade slowed and then...
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    why not trace the pattern on ply then another...

    why not trace the pattern on ply then another outter line of say an inch around it and cut away then cut away the inner line and clamp the resulting ply pattern on the corrian and route the pocket?
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    OK pulled the trigger on the Ryobi. Saw positive...

    OK pulled the trigger on the Ryobi. Saw positive and negative reviews (the guy above blew it off when it slipped) so we'll see. They all break by price and this is a cheaper one. With these small...
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    Well now I am stuck on the "Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+...

    Well now I am stuck on the "Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ P601". Buying one with a battery and charger for $150, not very high-end but I really really like the dial-in depth, that along with being cordless will...
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    Hey thanks everyone will go through and check out...

    Hey thanks everyone will go through and check out suggestions.

    Richard, ya know the term 'compact' and 'trim' seems to be interchangeable between the brands and often have both terms in the...
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    trim router

    Adding a trim router to the shop. There are a lot of options. Leaning towards the Makita RT0701C 1-1/4 HP Compact Router. Any suggestions or words of wisdom to look for?
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