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  1. You won't believe what I paid for my Delta...

    You won't believe what I paid for my Delta 18-900L.

    It was the last one that Lowes had locally, and it had been the display model, with several small items missing. I bought it for $150. Then I...
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    Bonnie, Make certain that the front and rear...

    Bonnie,

    Make certain that the front and rear fence pipes are equal distance apart across their full length. In moving these saws around they can get bumped and slightly bent. A change in spacing...
  3. I agree with Richard. There is more involved...

    I agree with Richard.

    There is more involved than just creating 3 phase to run a motor. Get a competent electrical tech or engineer to study the electrical drawings for this edgebander before you...
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    I think you're going to like that 34-444 saw, now...

    I think you're going to like that 34-444 saw, now that you have upgraded the pulleys, arbor, and belt. I found one of these saws for my son, cleaned it up and calibrated it, and I was quite surprised...
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    I've been making my own vacuum pods from Baltic...

    I've been making my own vacuum pods from Baltic Birch plywood and closed cell foam Weatherstripping that I buy from Lowes. I also have some of the ready made pods available from Rockler....
  6. Maybe you can modify the base that you have to...

    Maybe you can modify the base that you have to fit. Do you know a good welder or can you do it yourself?

    When I got my Unisaw with 52" Unifence, HTC was having a clearance sale on quite a few...
  7. I agree. We need pictures to better understand...

    I agree. We need pictures to better understand your problem. My mid 80's Unisaw has the 52" Unifence and Delta extension table, so I can also take and send pictures, if needed. Let's see your problem...
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    Why do you think you even need this filter? The...

    Why do you think you even need this filter? The filter in the mini split should be all the filtration that you need in a sealed room with no people traffic.

    Charley
  9. Rob, That's true with every fence or router...

    Rob,

    That's true with every fence or router attachment, even the CRB7 that I have. One time, when using my DW611 and CRB7 I didn't get the jig tightened on the rod well enough when routing a large...
  10. At last count I have 12. After the first few,...

    At last count I have 12. After the first few, just like rabbits they seem to multiply.

    Charley
  11. In what is known as a split phase system (your...

    In what is known as a split phase system (your house 240/120 volt power) you should never use two single pole breakers. Always use a two pole breaker that has the tie bar connecting the two handles...
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    I too use a Freud dado blade when making 1/2 - 1"...

    I too use a Freud dado blade when making 1/2 - 1" box joints. On larger box joints the imperfections caused by a dado stack with/without bat ears isn't as noticeable I use my Freud SD608 Dial-A-Width...
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    As an added measure of security, after you have...

    As an added measure of security, after you have centered your bit as well as you can to the bushing, draw an arrow with a marking pen on the top of your router base to remind you which way to point...
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    Marlin, You waited too long. Both were sold...

    Marlin,

    You waited too long. Both were sold yesterday. Almost anything on our club's website swap board goes unsold for more than a few days.

    Charley
  15. I used a product called "Leak Lock" when...

    I used a product called "Leak Lock" when assembling my compressed air system. It's a paste type joint compound that's available at refrigeration supply houses and on line. Even Amazon has it. I've...
  16. Dennis, If you get a CRB7 and all of the...

    Dennis,

    If you get a CRB7 and all of the options, you really should make a box to keep all of the parts that go with the CRB7. When I bought mine and layed out all of the pieces it became obvious...
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    Marlin, I found a deal on an I-Box for you. He...

    Marlin,

    I found a deal on an I-Box for you. He also has the Freud SBOX8 blade set, also for a good price.

    https://www.ncwoodworker.net/forums/index.php?threads/incra-i-box.67564/

    Charley
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    The I-Box jig works great with the Freud SBOX8...

    The I-Box jig works great with the Freud SBOX8 blade for making 1/4 and 3/8 box joints. I also found that a Freud flat tooth ripping blade with a 0.126" tooth FTG makes great 1/8" box joints. I was...
  19. I also have a DeWalt 611 with both bases, and use...

    I also have a DeWalt 611 with both bases, and use it frequently for lighter my routing chores, but I almost always use it with my M Power CRB7 because it has better edge guiding capabilities than the...
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    My son and I own a metal fab/welding shop. ...

    My son and I own a metal fab/welding shop.

    Stick with the better welder brands and you will have better parts and service availability. Better re-sale and trade in prices this way too. Miller,...
  21. Three tips - 1. Sanding belts don't always...

    Three tips -

    1. Sanding belts don't always hold together at the seam if being run backwards. Always use it in the correct direction first.

    2. Get yourself one of those rubber sanding belt...
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    Another Handy Box Making Tip

    If you make boxes and dado the sides for the top and/or bottom panels to fit in, the best way that I've found is to get the "Box Slotting Router Bits" from Lee Valley (you only need one for the panel...
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    Having made many boxes, I have settled on one way...

    Having made many boxes, I have settled on one way that I prefer.

    I glue up the box complete, being as careful as I can to get it as square as possible, but absolutely perfect is rare. For this...
  24. Off the end of your fence extension table. It's...

    Off the end of your fence extension table. It's the only place that it won't interfere with work being passed over the saw. If a right tilt saw your fence extension is on the right, so placing the...
  25. The friend who did this installation in his shop...

    The friend who did this installation in his shop died 20 years ago. I don't think the new owner is a woodworker or even knows why he has metal covers over trenches in his garage floor. Sorry, I can't...
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