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  1. What finish did you go with?

    What finish did you go with?
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    It looks like they did a software update, they're...

    It looks like they did a software update, they're up & running now.
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    Our washer & dryer are in a closet. I added a...

    Our washer & dryer are in a closet. I added a borg Formica shelf over the two of them and made a trap door to access the hoses & drain.
    Sorry for the washed out pics, my camera has been acting...
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    It will be difficult to make the stain completely...

    It will be difficult to make the stain completely vanish but with some elbow grease you can come close using grey Scotch-Brite pads and WD40. For the best results use the fence or some other...
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    I always just used what was already in the tool...

    I always just used what was already in the tool database. I recently upgraded to Aspire 8.5 and spent the time to sit down and enter all my specific cutters and delete all the redundant Vectric...
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    None of it happened overnight - you've got time!

    None of it happened overnight - you've got time!
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    I didn't think I would ever be able to say this...

    I didn't think I would ever be able to say this but your shop is more crowded than mine!
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    Patrick, I have a Benchdog set up on the left and...

    Patrick, I have a Benchdog set up on the left and a Woodhaven crosscut table on the right.

    As you can see from the pic, it's a little crowded in there. :rolleyes:
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    Yep, it's a 2000. They're a little clumsy to...

    Yep, it's a 2000. They're a little clumsy to switch from one slot to the other but very accurate once set up. I love mine.
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    General Metalworking That's a nice clean diamond knurl. Not easy to...

    That's a nice clean diamond knurl. Not easy to do, well done.
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    After reading this this morning I checked both my...

    After reading this this morning I checked both my win7 machines. Both Updated without any problems.
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    I think it depends on your shop setup. I have 2...

    I think it depends on your shop setup. I have 2 routers set up in my Unisaw. For me, it's a great space saver because I don’t have the space for a stand-alone router table. When it's all said &...
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    Stormy weather and boomer fireworks terrify our...

    Stormy weather and boomer fireworks terrify our two labs. They only calm down if they are in my or my wife's lap. One weighs 75lbs the other 85... :rolleyes:
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    That is going to be a great space. I'm green...

    That is going to be a great space. I'm green with envy!
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    It looks like the same MC

    It looks like the same MC
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    I just ordered a bunch of shorts, does that...

    I just ordered a bunch of shorts, does that count? :)
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    The GL1800 was first released in 2001.

    The GL1800 was first released in 2001.
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    Are they typically made of steel or aluminum? ...

    Are they typically made of steel or aluminum?
    If steel, then I don't think a Taig could do production quantities. At least not very fast.
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    We used them where I worked to store stuff and...

    We used them where I worked to store stuff and yes, in the New Mexican sun, they get hotter than Hades. A modern ATV or lawn mower would have a vented fuel tank so I don't think you would have a...
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    One off or production quantities? I think you...

    One off or production quantities? I think you could buy them cheaper than you could make them but yeah, depending on design & tolerances, a Taig and a small lathe could handle it.
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    From a practical standpoint the light helps me...

    From a practical standpoint the light helps me better see the chip load as it is being cut so I can make speed/feed adjustments on the fly.
    I have a laser pointer for locating X&Y position and a...
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    Roy, there's probably no practical value other...

    Roy, there's probably no practical value other than my eyes aren't as good as they use to be. My cnc is used for hobby work, and piddling, as my wife likes to call it, is something I enjoy doing. ...
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    Holy moly, that's crazy fast! Mine maxes out at...

    Holy moly, that's crazy fast! Mine maxes out at 600ipm X&Y & 400 Z. I can't imagine ever cutting anywhere close to 1600ipm unless you're cutting cardboard. I typically cut at 200ipm rough, and...
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    Mike, great minds (?) think alike. A couple of...

    Mike, great minds (?) think alike. A couple of months ago I modified my Kent dust shoe and installed a 100mm light ring. I love the extra light, especially when taking a light 3d cut where you...
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    That's a beautiful looking machine, you are going...

    That's a beautiful looking machine, you are going to love rigidness of that welded frame. There is a lot of inertia generated with the fast gantry moves so make sure to build your stand stout. I...
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