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  1. No experience with a chuck extender, but the...

    No experience with a chuck extender, but the Eliminator chuck which you asked about does extend the chuck a bit. To answer your question, I have one on a PC 690 in my saw extension, and I love it. ...
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    Interesting molding cutters. Never seen any like...

    Interesting molding cutters. Never seen any like that. You got yourself a regular time capsule.

    Do you plan to pretty it up, or just use it? Check out Beachside Hank's video on restoring one.
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    If it is solid, why remove it? The granite guys...

    If it is solid, why remove it? The granite guys are just going to put down more.
  4. Got two. One is 37 1/2" same as the TS, the...

    Got two. One is 37 1/2" same as the TS, the other is 40 1/2". I am 6' or so, and almost always go to the taller one first. It is a lot easier on my creaky old back.

    BTW, don't forget to include...
  5. Those triple shaper setups are used mostly for...

    Those triple shaper setups are used mostly for cabinet doors...cope, stick, and raised panel. I also have seen a couple triple router setups. Count me as one who wants to make a double router...
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    Welcome Tony. Hope you like it here.

    Welcome Tony. Hope you like it here.
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    Like Phil says. You need to be carefull to get...

    Like Phil says. You need to be carefull to get them tight enough. I like my old TrueGrip clamps a lot better.
  8. I have a Uni with a Jessem slider. I have also...

    I have a Uni with a Jessem slider. I have also had a large Excalibur slider and a Junior Excalibur (my favorite). Yes you can cut a sheet of ply on it, but it is not like cutting on a real slider,...
  9. I have nothing visible outside at all, just a...

    I have nothing visible outside at all, just a rime of dust on the edge of the pipe. This is using a cyclone with barrel inside, and venting the rest outside with no filter.

    If you mean to do it...
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    If your mom is on Medicare, you may be able to...

    If your mom is on Medicare, you may be able to get one at a reduced price. I have seen ads on TV for free ones. I have only seen the ads.....know nothing else about it.
  11. 3/4" Melamine...........new problem for me.

    OK, I have seen undersized ply, recently undersized MDF and Baltic Birch, etc., but recently I picked up 10 sheets of two sided Melamine from my hardwood supplier. These will be a starter kit for...
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    On advice from the guys here, I bought a webber,...

    On advice from the guys here, I bought a webber, and love it.

    Thanks again guys,
  13. Exactly what I was about to say, Justin. ...

    Exactly what I was about to say, Justin. Picturing the size and weight of arbor mechanisms in a cabinet saw, compared to a job saw, it's like apples and watermelons.
  14. Hmmm. I seem to remember that Sears was (is?)...

    Hmmm. I seem to remember that Sears was (is?) retrofitting safety guards on 40 year old RAS's. I imagine other tool makers are a little uneasy right now.
  15. I am wondering why they actuate a guard over the...

    I am wondering why they actuate a guard over the blade, and a brake to stop it, when it has already dropped below the table. It seems like that is overkill, just adding extra complexity and cost.
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    I suspect Charles may be on the right track. My...

    I suspect Charles may be on the right track. My machine has the front pulley mounted on the spindle, with the rear pulley towards the rear of the machine, with a short drive belt to the 3/4 HP...
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    VS drill press problem

    I have a 16 year old Delta 16 1/2" VS drill press, model 17-925. If I run it up to a high speed it sometimes gets the belt stuck in the front reeves pulley, and it stops dead.

    I can find nothing...
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    Got a free span shop, but put in two 4X6 posts to...

    Got a free span shop, but put in two 4X6 posts to hang DC and electrical on, as well as hanging stuff like track saw tracks. My posts are non structural.
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    What did you decide on the parallel guides, Jim? ...

    What did you decide on the parallel guides, Jim? I want to make some, but don't see a need for anything fancy, just wooden "t"s.

    Has no one used the router attachment?? Come on out there...
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    I wonder if anyone else thought this thread was...

    I wonder if anyone else thought this thread was about routers?

    Boy, do I feel dumb. Good thing I am used to it.
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    DeWalt track saw.....router jig

    I have the DeWalt track saw (love it), and am thinking about buying the router attachment they sell for it.

    Anyone have one, and want to share opinions?
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    Jim, The floorpan???? Front end of What??? ...

    Jim,

    The floorpan???? Front end of What??? Sorry, you lost me.

    About the C-Max infestation....We put a lot of solar on our roof a while back, and it produced more juice than we used, so when...
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    I replaced it with a vehicle more appropriate to...

    I replaced it with a vehicle more appropriate to my age. We now have TWO Ford C-Max plug in's in the garage, along with my other daughters hybrid Sonata. Don't feel too bad for me, I still have my...
  24. I have a Laguna slot mortiser, and it is direct...

    I have a Laguna slot mortiser, and it is direct drive off the end of the motor, which has no markings. I called Laguna, and they said it is 3400 RPM.
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    Well, it happened again. Steve, our furnace guy...

    Well, it happened again. Steve, our furnace guy brought over new parts that separate one zone from another, and they were the wrong ones again. He was trying to replace just the damper motors, but...
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