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    Yup. Similar experience. Hot water, leather...

    Yup. Similar experience. Hot water, leather gloves, and it goes pretty quickly and easily.
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    Simply amazing. Fine work, sir!

    Simply amazing. Fine work, sir!
  3. Budget, you say? Me too. I'll stay away from the...

    Budget, you say? Me too. I'll stay away from the jointer discussion as my jointer says #8 on it. :D

    Go for the Craftsman 113 saw. Not pretty, but they're more than functional. Add the router...
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    I really like this piece. Good work!

    I really like this piece. Good work!
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    Nice work!

    Nice work!
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    Beautiful work, and a cool video too!

    Beautiful work, and a cool video too!
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    I had this same problem. I ended up building a...

    I had this same problem. I ended up building a Nicholson derivative, but like you said, how do you get started if you can't plane on what you have? You have a pile of SYP. Good. I'm assuming it's in...
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    Incredible work! I love it.

    Incredible work! I love it.
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    I love my table saw. It makes an excellent flat...

    I love my table saw. It makes an excellent flat assembly surface! :D

    I'm with Daniel on the crosscut issue. They're pretty good for that, so mine stays.
  10. Thanks for the replies! This confirms what I was...

    Thanks for the replies! This confirms what I was thinking. Think I'll try the HF unit with a fancy canister filter and we'll upgrade when I have a machine big enough to warrant it. :D
  11. Yes, the 113 is Emerson-made, as is the Ridgid...

    Yes, the 113 is Emerson-made, as is the Ridgid saw that looks curiously like a craftsman 113 with gray/orange paint. Hope I don't overstep any forum boundaries on price discussion with this... I paid...
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    Thanks, guys. Just blew the remainder of my...

    Thanks, guys. Just blew the remainder of my allowance for the month. 3 head combination square on the way. :D
  13. I can't speak to the Rockwell, but I've got a...

    I can't speak to the Rockwell, but I've got a Craftsman 113 saw. Mine came out of a small one-man cabinet shop. He used it as a secondary saw and mainly cut plywood with it. I do a large portion of...
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    Fascinating design! I like it.

    Fascinating design! I like it.
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    Amazing work! Bottom left one looks like it wants...

    Amazing work! Bottom left one looks like it wants to get up and walk away on its own! I love the design and character these have!
  16. Dust Collection - I don't sand. Do I still need a 2 stage collector?

    Yay! Another dust collection thread! Apologies, but I couldn't find anything that addressed my question directly. I'm open to advice based on personal experiences or scientific research either one,...
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    I like the design and the execution both. This is...

    I like the design and the execution both. This is a nice piece of work! Be sure to update us when you finish it. I'm sure it'll turn out nicely!
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    Nice work! Vise is on the wrong side, though. :D...

    Nice work! Vise is on the wrong side, though. :D

    In all seriousness, hope you get years of use out of it. Also, we'll need pictures of the first project that comes off of it.
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    Quickly? No. But it's possible. You'll need to...

    Quickly? No. But it's possible. You'll need to use a di-chromatic oscillating Finnegan pin as a fulcrum to even have a chance at success, and mind the gap on that Aunt Bea joint, lest you incite the...
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    Nice work! What kind of router planes are those...

    Nice work! What kind of router planes are those in pictures 3 and 4? I'll second Jim's comment about your set up here. Looks like you've done this a time or two!
  21. Uh oh. A bicyclist. Road or mountain? And since...

    Uh oh. A bicyclist. Road or mountain? And since you're stubborn enough to hammer out mortises, do you by chance ride a singlespeed? :D

    Welcome to the creek. Lots of good information here, and some...
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    Great work! I like it as it is. A different knob...

    Great work! I like it as it is. A different knob might help, a bit of this or that might lighten it up, but I think it's more than fine like it is. Thanks for the pictures and the story!
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    Great work! Maybe this will motivate me to...

    Great work! Maybe this will motivate me to finally make one of these. Thanks for the description of the blade retention screw!
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    Here's another vote for vintage. I got my Delta...

    Here's another vote for vintage. I got my Delta for a whopping $50. Needed some work and a different motor, but it functions wonderfully for around $100 total. Seriously, give the used market a look....
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    Awesome! Thanks for passing that along!

    Awesome! Thanks for passing that along!
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