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    As to fitting blast gates, it really depends on...

    As to fitting blast gates, it really depends on the blast gates you get. I used metal ones from Lee Valley (all my DC piping is 6" ASTM 2729 S&D pipe) that are real nice. The pipe fit fine on them....
  2. Cool stuff, Ben. I'm curious to hear how things...

    Cool stuff, Ben. I'm curious to hear how things go with the Glide. I've been kicking around getting one for a few years but my trusty 12" DeWalt CMS (DW705...I think) I picked up from Costco in '99...
  3. Put your entire DC system outside your shop in a...

    Put your entire DC system outside your shop in a small shed or put it into its own closet. The idea is to keep you and the point of collection as isolated as possible. This will also help with...
  4. I started humming that famous (INfamous?)...

    I started humming that famous (INfamous?) Beatles' song, Taxman, as I read along....
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    HVAC is okay just as long as it isn't too thin. ...

    HVAC is okay just as long as it isn't too thin. A halfway decent blower can collapse them. Tell us more about your DC system.
  6. Google: Push Open Drawer Slides

    Google: Push Open Drawer Slides
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    Julie, You did move to a new location and you...

    Julie,

    You did move to a new location and you did move so that combo may have knocked things out of whack a bit.

    As to why it won't stay put, I can only point to my own Grizzly cabinet saw. ...
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    You could have hit something in the wood or...

    You could have hit something in the wood or perhaps it was a "4:45 pm Friday" time when your cutter was made. :)

    I haven't broken any of mine but I am on second bits for the 4 and 5 mm ones just...
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    Doesn't matter where you live, insulation is...

    Doesn't matter where you live, insulation is important if you want to keep the temperature gradient in your shop/garage at a minimum. In other words, you want the temperature swing in your shop to...
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    Is your spray foam open or closed cell? There is...

    Is your spray foam open or closed cell? There is a big difference between the two in terms of R-value: open is R 3.5/in and closed is R 7/in. Just curious.

    Spray foam seals VERY well assuming it...
  11. Folks, please keep politics out of the...

    Folks, please keep politics out of the discussion. SS threads have a way of blowing up but this one has done rather well so I'd like to keep it open and the discussion going.
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    ...and typically come with limited funds....

    ...and typically come with limited funds....
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    **cough**Xenforo**cough**......

    **cough**Xenforo**cough**......
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    Sort your biscuits ahead of time. Test fit each...

    Sort your biscuits ahead of time. Test fit each one and you'll soon have 3 piles: loose, tight, Goldilocks (jeeeeeessssstttt right). If they are all loose, they might be very very old and very very...
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    It'll be a cold day in you know where before I'll...

    It'll be a cold day in you know where before I'll ever have a mini-van parked at my house! LOL! :D Sorry, just don't care for them.

    To that end, my Tacoma, a pair of 2x6s jammed into the bed...
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    When I can order through Prime and get the item...

    When I can order through Prime and get the item on a Sunday, I was sold...and shocked. :)
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    I'm thinking you just take the "can to puck"...

    I'm thinking you just take the "can to puck" design and widen it. There might need to be something to keep the can in place so it doesn't roll out but seems it could work here in my mind. :)
  18. I'm puttering along watching him work. He has a...

    I'm puttering along watching him work. He has a natural and calm presence about him that is perfect for YouTube. The videos are quite excellent and well-produced.
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    Can you post any pics of what you've got there,...

    Can you post any pics of what you've got there, Eric?

    If you can find a local pro, he might have a widebelt sander that could make quick work of flattening those pieces for you. It would be worth...
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    I've been quite happy with the plywood I've...

    I've been quite happy with the plywood I've gotten from my local HD...both 1/2" and 3/4" have been just fine to work with. I seem to recall it being Columbia brand.
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    One of my YouTube regular stops is a guy in...

    One of my YouTube regular stops is a guy in Russia who makes end-grain cutting boards: mtmwood

    Look him up.
  22. The thickness of the maple you are ripping will...

    The thickness of the maple you are ripping will matter a bit here. Sounds like most of it is in the 3/4" realm, then your combo blade might be all right.

    However, you might try a 20-30 tooth...
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    Well, ASSUMING a spade bit in the 1 3/4" existed,...

    Well, ASSUMING a spade bit in the 1 3/4" existed, one would have to grind a cutting angle into the sides, of course.
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    http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=67385...

    http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=67385&cat=1,180,42240,53317
    Lee Valley has a cheapER adjustable spade bit.
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    How about a large countersink? The angle isn't...

    How about a large countersink? The angle isn't what you want, however. They are also expensive.
    https://www.mcmaster.com/#countersinks/=17asrfe

    Maybe this one? The angle isn't listed so you'd...
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