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    Thanks for advice David. I'd love to see a video...

    Thanks for advice David. I'd love to see a video on using the plane bed float, as I can't find anything online about using them.

    Maybe i'll keep an eye it for a Stanley router plane, as it does...
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    Thanks all. I don't see myself using a router...

    Thanks all. I don't see myself using a router plane for much else besides tenon cheeks, so it would likely be a 1 use tool for me. I'm leaning toward the block rabbet plane or skew block plane...
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    Which plane to buy? Tuning tenons

    I mostly use electrons for cutting M&T's, but I don't have a good means to clean up the tenon shoulder and fine tune the cheeks. I was going to ask for a shoulder plane for Christmas, but I'm not...
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    I agree on using veneer. You can use a dark...

    I agree on using veneer. You can use a dark colored glue that would hide nail holes.
  5. Pm sent....

    Pm sent....
  6. I might take the gr100 if so.

    I might take the gr100 if so.
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    Frank, your PM box is full.

    Frank, your PM box is full.
  8. I agree with Jim to make sure you dot i's and...

    I agree with Jim to make sure you dot i's and cross t's in that area.

    My good friend and his 3 brothers grew up in FC, one of which is a contractor. PM me and I'll send you his contact info....
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    I'll take them.

    I'll take them.
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    The "V" might be used to indicate grain direction...

    The "V" might be used to indicate grain direction and feed direction. Just a guess.

    I just sqiggle lines on all 4 sides so I can see my progress easier. I usually use a construction pencil,...
  11. Glad you have your saw running better now!

    Glad you have your saw running better now!
  12. Thread: Oak vs. Ash

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    Jim, If he does need some wood, you'll need to...

    Jim,
    If he does need some wood, you'll need to fire up the flux capacitor and head back to 2005. ;)
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    I completely agree. I hope it picks up as the...

    I completely agree. I hope it picks up as the weather gets colder and folks spend less time outside and more time in the shop. (Mind you, that's the only reason I want the weather to get colder!).
    ...
  14. Sounds like you have some good advice on how to...

    Sounds like you have some good advice on how to adhere it.

    I have a question about the layout though. It sounds like your pieces are all different in every dimension. Isn't that going to be a...
  15. Chris, It sounds like you have a can of worms! ...

    Chris,
    It sounds like you have a can of worms!
    Folks smarter than me will chime in regarding the motor, but it sounds to me like that should be the first thing you make sure is straight.
    For...
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    Very elegant solution to a very simple problem. ...

    Very elegant solution to a very simple problem.

    I'd use a vise with wooden jaws and a hacksaw and clean up on the grinder if it was a big cut, or just grinder like said above.

    That's a bolt...
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    Looks like an opportunity to buy a circle cutting...

    Looks like an opportunity to buy a circle cutting jig for your router! You could probably cut the ogee first then cut out the circle.
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    Tell the seller you have never heard of...

    Tell the seller you have never heard of Bridgestone tools and it must be some rip off brand and offer him $50. ;-)
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    It's an upgrade in safety for sure, and that's...

    It's an upgrade in safety for sure, and that's the main reason people buy a Sawstop to begin with.

    Are you asking from a functional standpoint more than safety?
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    I sure hope they are good for $129, on sale!

    I sure hope they are good for $129, on sale!
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    Paul is right. Bridgewood was quality stuff but...

    Paul is right. Bridgewood was quality stuff but stopped being imported about 5 years ago IIRC. Some of the machinery is akin to Grizzly, and some bandsaws are sought after since they are Italian...
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    Frank, I've never heard of your method. How do...

    Frank,
    I've never heard of your method. How do you deal with twist that way? My gut is telling me that youd end up with two flat but not parallel surfaces.
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    Remove guard Face joint 6" Cut plywood to fill...

    Remove guard
    Face joint 6"
    Cut plywood to fill the jointed area
    That plywood will be the reference face and face down going through the planer
    Planer
    Flip to plane remaining amount from jointed...
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    Get yourself a good straightedge (like the LV...

    Get yourself a good straightedge (like the LV aluminum or steel ones) and get the infeed and outfeed tables parallel. That should help. The woodwhiperer has a good video on jointer setup.
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    I've seen a few of his designs and he is very...

    I've seen a few of his designs and he is very clever, and I'm sure smarter than most of us on this board!

    He's got my respect.

    Kent- he figured out the blade drift issue later in the video.
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