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  1. If you are concerned with the scratch pattern, I...

    If you are concerned with the scratch pattern, I would opt for the 3/32. Not as aggressive as the 3/16 pattern, but more useable for finishing.

    No expert here, but that's what I read when I...
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    Guess I wasn't too clear, Ray. The bent up piece...

    Guess I wasn't too clear, Ray. The bent up piece is a detachable lower blade guard/DC fitting. It covers the bottom part of the blade, under the table. It was not attached during the fall, and...
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    My daughter, who lives with us, says she will...

    My daughter, who lives with us, says she will turn my shop into a skating rink when I kick off. My 40 year old son is very mechanically oriented, but has zero interest in wood. He would put...
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    I guess I will have to do it that way, Steve. ...

    I guess I will have to do it that way, Steve.

    I actually have Verizon Fios, but it includes MSN as a 'free' upgrade, so I have been trying to go through them to avoid having too many 'layers', but...
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    I am on MSN, and have been trying the new home...

    I am on MSN, and have been trying the new home page for a few days now. It seems to not be able to decide whether MSN or Bing is my home page. I never know which one will come up when I turn on the...
  6. Thread: Oops

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    Good news, a buddy and I managed to get the...

    Good news, a buddy and I managed to get the monster on its feet. I checked it out, ran it, and cut some wood on it. Everything seems just fine, except for a heavy duty steel blade cover that hit...
  7. Years ago I had a 1 HP DC, the little one that...

    Years ago I had a 1 HP DC, the little one that has the bag sticking out the side. I had it hooked right to the 4" port on my Unisaw, and it seemed to work pretty good. The only problem, as others...
  8. I tried a 1 HP DC mounted right on top of a DD. ...

    I tried a 1 HP DC mounted right on top of a DD. Didn't work as well as a shop vac. Wrong application. The Super DD would work, but lots more money.

    RP
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    Sawstop PCS mobile base

    This is the mobile base made for the PCS, not the big one made for the Industrial model. New in the box.

    $100 Like to get a local buyer if possible.

    Rick Potter
    Upland CA.
    909-241-6695
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    Downdraft sanding table.... SoCal

    Cleaning out stuff I don't use. This is a Delta Sand Trap sanding table. I bought it new, and have used it very little. It works like new, and as you can see the expensive filter is perfect.

    I...
  11. Horizontal boring (doweling) machine... SoCal

    Starting to clear out stuff I don't use. This is a Ritter horizontal boring machine. Has a 3/4 HP Baldor motor, and full pneumatic clamp and stroke. Works great.

    Asking $500 for it. Local only...
  12. Thread: Oops

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    Oops

    This is a Super Shop, basically a Shopsmith on steroids. It will even mill aluminum or brass, they tell me.

    I bought it a couple years back to play around with. Never used it yet, as the...
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    What's the shelf life on that liquid hide glue?

    What's the shelf life on that liquid hide glue?
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    They have them, Ray. I have been retired so...

    They have them, Ray.

    I have been retired so long, I can't think of the name, but it looks like an Ace bandage but it sticks to itself. Been around a long time....great for dressing larger wounds....
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    Yes, I know the thread is old. Just wanted to...

    Yes, I know the thread is old.

    Just wanted to say, I really like the idea of using the Miller Dowels....just in case you ever need to take the trim off.

    Nice job,

    Rick P
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    Jim, I thought I was the only guy using paper...

    Jim, I thought I was the only guy using paper towels and masking tape. I use it till the bleeding stops, then put on a good bandage.

    Here is a quick larger dressing for an emergency..........a...
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    Next time, I would consider a miter gage with a...

    Next time, I would consider a miter gage with a backer board. Monday morning quarterbacking is sure easy, isn't it?

    Been there done that, got the scars. Hope I got the message. I got a real...
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    Whew!! Congrats, I know what a stressful time...

    Whew!! Congrats, I know what a stressful time it has been for your family.

    Rick P
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    Here is mine. 296001 Works good on my...

    Here is mine.

    296001

    Works good on my Unifence.

    Rick P
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    The two I have used so far came off just fine. I...

    The two I have used so far came off just fine. I also noticed they do not seem to irritate my skin like some do. I have no skin in this game (sic), just reporting on a good product.

    I have also...
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    Life is too short for cheap Band Aids.

    I take a blood thinner. It and previous sun damage leave my skin very thin and prone to tearing. At least three times a week I use band aids to cover new cuts, and I go through them pretty fast. I...
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    Costco still has their house brand with full size...

    Costco still has their house brand with full size sheets......right next to the Charmin that was made smaller.
  23. Can't you redrill the plate for a PC 690 or...

    Can't you redrill the plate for a PC 690 or whatever?

    Rick P
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    This may or may not help you.... Years ago I...

    This may or may not help you....

    Years ago I had an old Sears band saw that had that same type back up for the blade, and it was beyond help. I happened to have a valve off a Briggs and Stratton...
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    Nicely made, Ron. Must be nice to have talent....

    Nicely made, Ron.

    Must be nice to have talent.

    Rick P
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