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  1. you could fill the holes / knots with epoxy to...

    you could fill the holes / knots with epoxy to help with the tearout.

    How confident are you in the sharpness of your knives to begin with ?
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    In this quest for accuracy - do you really know...

    In this quest for accuracy - do you really know whether your tool is accurate ?

    How?

    Did some org. like NIST certify it so ? If they did , how long is the calibration and the certification...
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    Given my experience , a “relatively large” island...

    Given my experience , a “relatively large” island these days requires 5-6 receptacles.
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    It’s a quality bit and will handle it. Also,...

    It’s a quality bit and will handle it. Also, replacement bits are available for a reasonable cost if you do wear it out.
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    For my locations - if you can open a door , drw,...

    For my locations - if you can open a door , drw, ect…or remove it and touch the romex………..it has to be in conduit.

    If it’s in an inaccessible chase between cabinets or run between the legs and...
  6. How about doing a test for us ? Take your...

    How about doing a test for us ?

    Take your best, sharpest chisels and run their edges along a piece of corian you have lying about. Make a few chops with them for good measure too.

    Then take...
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    11 bucks for a plastic trash bag PLUS shipping ?...

    11 bucks for a plastic trash bag PLUS shipping ?

    Are you guys insane ?
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    Don’t know what you read or where - but it...

    Don’t know what you read or where - but it adjusts like any other press. I’d question the source, their competence and or their agenda. Does it have the “best” table and adjustments out there ? No....
  9. Wasn’t really very clear - my working theory is...

    Wasn’t really very clear - my working theory is that the older crowd here was not taught to cut on or put hot pots directly on their countertops growing up in the 50’s -60-70’s- 80’s . The vast...
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    Makita sells the adapters - you need 22mm to …….....

    Makita sells the adapters - you need 22mm to …….. ?

    they call them “cuffs”.
    https://www.makitatools.com/products/details/417765-1

    frankly , their whole dust port system is retarded.

    ...
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    You need to look for item # 203151 ...

    You need to look for item # 203151


    https://www.festoolusa.com/accessory/203151---ct-asasb-26whr-set#Overview
  12. thanks Jim, I've always wondered about that. I...

    thanks Jim, I've always wondered about that. I also think the designs like Derek's would be even more prone to scratching the drills case and cutting the overmolding.
  13. Melamine is fine as long as you don’t get the...

    Melamine is fine as long as you don’t get the absolute cheapest , thinest stuff around.


    If you get a pantry from Calif. Closets Container Store , Closet Factory or any of the other regional...
  14. Do the metal edges of the slots wear a groove on...

    Do the metal edges of the slots wear a groove on the drill's casing / overmolding from repeated removing and re-inserting ?
  15. I'd be using this : ...

    I'd be using this :

    https://www.industrialplywood.com/browse/cabinet-grade-products/cabinet-liner.html


    While there are paints that will hold up, they are 2 part affairs that are expensive,...
  16. osc005 is just backordered until the end of the...

    osc005 is just backordered until the end of the month/early july.


    If I were doing window frames, I'd be looking at this with an assortment of foam abrasives to deal with the profiles and...
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    Mahogany is easily available from sustainable...

    Mahogany is easily available from sustainable sources today.

    You just need to be willing go pay for it.
  18. Agreed. If your shop is already “dried in” , ...

    Agreed. If your shop is already “dried in” , much of the advantage of these type products is wasted.
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    That depends . The 18v sanders from the big...

    That depends . The 18v sanders from the big boys like dewalt, Makita, Milwaukee , ect…..with the battery on top get really heavy ( and unbalanced ) when a 4.0Ah & 5.0Ah pack is used. A 2.0Ah pack...
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    :eek: it must run constantly

    :eek:

    it must run constantly
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    Would an actual finger suffice ? ...

    Would an actual finger suffice ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFoo1ie9fYM


    hot dog if you insist :rolleyes:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv9p3xOJ1Yc


    And if you need more...
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    It’s not that new. Debuted pre-Covid at Ligna...

    It’s not that new. Debuted pre-Covid at Ligna 2019

    Was discussed here back then :
    https://sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?274691-Felder-PCS-next-gen-saw-stoppage


    summary:

    Only...
  23. I have some questions for the group - are you in...

    I have some questions for the group - are you in the habit of putting hot pots and pans on your countertops ?

    Who taught you or advocated doing this ?
    How long have you been doing it ?
    What type...
  24. WD40 isn’t the greatest lubricant for protecting...

    WD40 isn’t the greatest lubricant for protecting metal from wear and corrosion. Good for loosening rusty parts and displacing moisture , but at less than 35% oil there are much better alternatives.
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    Curious what you’re making and why the woodcraft...

    Curious what you’re making and why the woodcraft offering isn’t satisfactory?
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