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    Wow, that DC sucks! :)

    Wow, that DC sucks! :)
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    Running a marathon is no small feat, Matt! ...

    Running a marathon is no small feat, Matt! Congrats on taking on the challenge and for improving your health!
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    I'm knocking on 50 but I suspect that sounds...

    I'm knocking on 50 but I suspect that sounds young to you guys! :p

    I used to commute to work 24 miles round trip. Man, I leaned up...could see my abs 'n stuff. :D

    Then we got a dog and he...
  4. I have one but haven't used it as much as I...

    I have one but haven't used it as much as I thought I would. One problem is that it isn't discriminant about what it sucks up!! LOL! :D
    I've also gotten lazy in my years and tend to use a...
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    I used the dark BB for the walnut and the lighter...

    I used the dark BB for the walnut and the lighter one for some maple. It is interesting that some of us have done well with it and others aren't going to touch it again. I dunno what's up. Bad...
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    Well there is a second example of 1/16" shop-sawn...

    Well there is a second example of 1/16" shop-sawn veneer staying put. What species of wood, John?

    IMO, wood > 1/16" is NOT veneer and will act more like regular hardwood in terms of movement.
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    I asked Joe about that and he said that it was...

    I asked Joe about that and he said that it was because shop-sawn veneers tend to much thicker than commercial-sawn veneers and therefore can still act like much thicker hardwood and move around due...
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    I have a Minimax 16" J/P with 3 blade Tersa. I...

    I have a Minimax 16" J/P with 3 blade Tersa. I love it. I'm not sure of your budget but MM builds good stuff. I also have a 20" band saw by them (MM20).
    I also have a Grizzly 10" Table saw...love...
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    Nice rack! ;)

    Nice rack! ;)
  10. FYI, Folks, but George Adams resurrected an 8...

    FYI, Folks, but George Adams resurrected an 8 year old therad. :)
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    Laying a couple large sheets of plastic over the...

    Laying a couple large sheets of plastic over the slab after you wet it will help keep that moisture in so the concrete cures better/harder/crack and stress free.
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    I use soda, pop, soda pop, and coke...

    I use soda, pop, soda pop, and coke interchangeably but as I sit and think about it, I use soda the most. I, however, no longer drink it. :)
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    It takes some getting used to but if you can get...

    It takes some getting used to but if you can get someone reasonably-versed in it to show you some tricks, they'll carry you a long ways. I find that I can eliminate A LOT of mistakes when I build up...
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    Those tables are pretty slick but I just don't...

    Those tables are pretty slick but I just don't have the room for such a luxury. One day...one day.... :)
    For now, the roll up bag works fine.
  15. Carl just said it above me but one must CLARIFY...

    Carl just said it above me but one must CLARIFY what the radii are when comparing the "2 45s" vs. "1 90" flow question. I'm not sure if 45s come with different radii but certainly 90s do. When I...
  16. Peter, Looking at the PDF you attached on Page...

    Peter,

    Looking at the PDF you attached on Page 54, a 3-piece 45 is 15' and a 2-piece 45 is 20'. An R/D of 0.75 gives a best case of 37' (tightest on the chart) for a smooth, 90.
    I assume it is...
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    I bow out of any 3-phase conversations! :)

    I bow out of any 3-phase conversations! :)
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    What Jim said. Humans are way to optimistic with...

    What Jim said. Humans are way to optimistic with time and money when it comes to building shops and homes--if you don't do such things for a living!

    Looks like a great space...keep the pics...
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    Let me stress that the MOTOR doesn't give two...

    Let me stress that the MOTOR doesn't give two whitts about how it is wired. When you adjust the wires in the motor housing, nothing changes within the motor as to how voltage are applied and current...
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    Awesome, Mark, just awesome! Almost (ALMOST)...

    Awesome, Mark, just awesome! Almost (ALMOST) makes me want to speed up time to retirement so I can do such a thing! :D
  21. Using a pure silicone caulk, it is easy to remove...

    Using a pure silicone caulk, it is easy to remove later if you need to modify things yet it seals nicely.
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    I never found the TB-II Extend to provide any...

    I never found the TB-II Extend to provide any more open time than TB-III so I just stick with TB-III. If you need more open time, you need a different kind of adhesive as has been suggested. I...
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    Lucky me, I get this one PLUS another similar one...

    Lucky me, I get this one PLUS another similar one but I took care of it at the server level and they get permanently deleted and I never see them any longer.
  24. +1. One screw and smeared some caulk around the...

    +1. One screw and smeared some caulk around the edge and called it done. No leaks.
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    Progress tastes sweet, I bet, and you've been...

    Progress tastes sweet, I bet, and you've been waiting long enough!! Excellent...steady as she goes and I hope no serious hiccups!
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