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    Brian Holcombe

    Cabinet build

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    Hello Walnut! ....Never again! Not flat

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    Joe Flores

    WARNING concerning Access Used Lasers

    Thread Starter: Joe Flores

    Hello all just want to tell you about a problem I am having with Access Used Lasers. They sold my laser per an agreement we had. Received $6000.00 deposit. After they sold the laser they did not pay me the last $6000.00. Now they are not answering my phone calls. I trusted Robert now it looks like...

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    Jim Dwight

    Why serious Woodworkers need track saws

    Thread Starter: Jim Dwight

    I used to use a table saw with 60 inch rip capacity, a workbench at the right height for outfeed support, and a router table the right height for infeed support. I could cut up full sheets of plywood by myself. But the size of space required challenged my shop and it was sometimes difficult to...

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    Moses Yoder


    Thread Starter: Moses Yoder

    I have no wish to fight, I would just like to see a logical discussion on this topic. The following posts were made in a thread about a book that was written concerning the Studley tool chest in the Neanderthal Haven forum. The Studley chest has always been an interest of mine since I first saw the...

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    Bryan Rocker

    4' LED shop light

    Thread Starter: Bryan Rocker

    This evening while at Sam's I came across a bright 4' ceiling light fixture, upon further inspection it was a 4200 lumen 5000k fixture complete for $35. I may have to go get me one or two of those.....The LED's were in a protective tube, would post the URL but it doesn't have any info yet.....I am...

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    Jerry Hillenburg

    Powermatic 1150 VS Drill Press Rebuild. HELP

    Thread Starter: Jerry Hillenburg

    I bought a like new Powermatic 1150 VS serial #8615V167 in 1993 and it served me well until 2005 when the drive sheave assembly was damaged beyond repair because of a loose bolt. I patched it up and it runs, but I cannot adjust the speed and it is very noisy. It is not the most used machine in my...

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