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    If you're able to get a good clean rabbet you may...

    If you're able to get a good clean rabbet you may not even notice any gap. Well, YOU will because you know it's there but others likely won't.
  2. Google probably has the most expertise at...

    Google probably has the most expertise at "connecting the dots" in a person's life. There are competent search engines that still respect one's privacy. Duck Duck Go and startpage.com are two. I use...
  3. I'm not familiar with the Infinity set but the...

    I'm not familiar with the Infinity set but the Freud set looks like an upscaled version of their cabinet rail & stile kit. The thing that is unique to Freud AFAIK is the ability to cut tenons as long...
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    I think that's a problem with SSDs in general....

    I think that's a problem with SSDs in general. Spinny HDs usually give some indication they're about to fail, SSDs don't, they just quit.
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    I don't know that it'd be practical $$ wise but...

    I don't know that it'd be practical $$ wise but you could install a transfer switch like generators require. Either the dryer or tool outlets would be powered, never both.
  6. Router life that will work with any plunge router

    I don't recall where I saw the idea or I'd link to it. The cabinet is similar to the "Norm style" router table, rectangular cabinet with a compartment in the center where the router sits and a dust...
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    Some routers will let you specify a starting and...

    Some routers will let you specify a starting and ending DHCP range.
  8. If your bandsaw will work with a real carbide...

    If your bandsaw will work with a real carbide blade that may work. For me it wouldn't unless I upgraded my bandsaw (Rikon 10-325) to something like a Minimax. The Rikon, while it works very well will...
  9. David, I think I found a manual (in German) for...

    David, I think I found a manual (in German) for your router

    https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1162029/Parkside-Pof-1200-B2.html

    If that is the correct manual, page 3 item 5 looks like a...
  10. That's what I did, crimp splices and bullet...

    That's what I did, crimp splices and bullet connectors. I used wire sold as bell wire and put one male and one female connector on each wire to maintain correct polarity. So far so good.
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    Bosch does have service centers, I bought a...

    Bosch does have service centers, I bought a couple Bosch refurbs at one. But yeah, the economics of repair vs. replace.
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    I have a PAR30 type lamp that will flicker...

    I have a PAR30 type lamp that will flicker sometimes, its mate doesn't.They were purchased a few years ago and fairly early in the affordable LED era.
  13. I was thinking of a bearing guided slot cutter...

    I was thinking of a bearing guided slot cutter like this:

    https://www.mlcswoodworking.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/smarthtml/pages/bt_slot.html?zoom_highlight=slot+cutter

    What brand of plunge...
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    Crucial is part of Micron, a HUGE flash memory...

    Crucial is part of Micron, a HUGE flash memory (and other solid state stuff) producer. You did well.
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    Good job Glenn on the grandson. SWMBO was less...

    Good job Glenn on the grandson. SWMBO was less diplomatic with her adult daughter. The question to ask with most tech stuff is who is managing who? If necessary there is still a way to power them...
  16. That was my thought as well. Combos and separates...

    That was my thought as well. Combos and separates fit best in different scenarios.
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    I think Mike has it. A 14" saw will resaw but not...

    I think Mike has it. A 14" saw will resaw but not fast. A motor upgrade may help but IMO a 14" cast iron saw will not support a 'real' resaw blade - 1 or 2 teeth/inch and deep gullets to carry away...
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    That's what I've done with our Printer/MFDs. I...

    That's what I've done with our Printer/MFDs. I had problems with devices not being found when using DHCP, problems went away with static IP addresses. There are wireless print servers but they'd make...
  19. I did what Scott did, built a stout 2" X 4"...

    I did what Scott did, built a stout 2" X 4" rolling cabinet with 1/2" ply panels. There is a lot of storage in that cabinet. I haven't found myself wishing for a floor standing drill press so far...
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    Those are nice Ole. I've seen some hickory that...

    Those are nice Ole. I've seen some hickory that was way too 'rustic' for my taste. Heart & sapwood mixed nilly-willy, yuck.
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    Lenox TriMaster is available in 1/2" width and...

    Lenox TriMaster is available in 1/2" width and .025" thickness. I wonder how that would work on common 14" saws. Ain't cheap though at $179.83 here:
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    That's pretty much what I have now but had a lot...

    That's pretty much what I have now but had a lot of chips in the cartridge filter. I cleaned the cartridge filter well, I can use a garden hose on it then made a Thien baffle in the metal part of the...
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    I think the biggest issue with frequent starts on...

    I think the biggest issue with frequent starts on induction motors is heat rather than electricity use. There's quite a bit of heat created in a short time on start and the motor doesn't run long...
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    Barrier coat of dewaxed shellac between the poly...

    Barrier coat of dewaxed shellac between the poly and paint? That's an accepted technique for indoor furniture, don't know how it would work outdoors.
  25. As Jim says, as little down pressure when face...

    As Jim says, as little down pressure when face jointing as you can get by with. I use a 'shoe' with a heel to be able to push horizontally without pushing down. Pushing down while face jointing is...
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