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  1. My wife's woodworking interest goes like this,...

    My wife's woodworking interest goes like this, "Now I'm not trying to hurry you but after you finish building the bathroom cabinets, next I would like a new dining room table, and then a round coffee...
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    Yes, as Mark stated "the fence parallel to the...

    Yes, as Mark stated "the fence parallel to the bit" was what I meant. Thanks for all the kind "you sucks", hopefully I can earn a few more in the future.
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    Bought this from a nice young fellar, probably...

    Bought this from a nice young fellar, probably late 20's. Said he was a metal worker and knew nothing about woodworking, inherited the Incra & Jet shaper from a friend that passed away. He seemed...
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    Incra fence/positioner score?

    Just the past few weeks I've been thinking about purchasing on of those fancy Incra router fence positioners to get better accuracy on my router table. Now I have a Rockler table/fence mounted on a...
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    I just purchased the Jessem Stock Guides for my...

    I just purchased the Jessem Stock Guides for my tablesaw, haven't installed them yet but looking forwarded to seeing how they perform.

    http://www.jessem.com/CLEAR-CUT_TS_STOCK_GUIDES.html
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    Sounds like it is new in the box just old stock....

    Sounds like it is new in the box just old stock. I think $400-500 would be an ok buy for a new 6" that is unused but old stock. That being said, I gave $275 for my 6" Jet a couple years ago but it...
  7. Don't know about your location but where I live...

    Don't know about your location but where I live 50% of retail seems about the standard going rate for nice clean used tools. I know there are always exceptions, more popular tools like the Domino...
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    I feel your pain, did this to our master bath...

    I feel your pain, did this to our master bath tile floor a couple years ago. I found the HF rotary hammer worked better if I sledge hammered the center of each tile to start some cracks. One of the...
  9. I've ran the Harbor Freight 2hp dust collector on...

    I've ran the Harbor Freight 2hp dust collector on the Rockler remote now for about 5 years, never had a problem. Not sure what the motor amperage is.
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    Hey fellows, thanks for the input on blade...

    Hey fellows, thanks for the input on blade changing. I changed the 735 blades this afternoon, very simple process, probably took 45 minutes at most. I've put this job off for a long time thinking it...
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    For an upgrade I would be thinking about a 8"...

    For an upgrade I would be thinking about a 8" floor model, new or used Grizzly, Jet, Powermatic or any other of the popular brands.
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    David, thanks for the good info. I'm thinking I...

    David, thanks for the good info. I'm thinking I will order a set of Infinity Carbide blades but hope to skip the stitches part!
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    Steve, how do you like the Shelix head? I'm just...

    Steve, how do you like the Shelix head? I'm just a hobby woodworker, not sure I could justify the cost for Shelix, Infinity Carbide blades maybe doable.
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    Blade change on DeWalt 735

    I have a Dewalt 735 planer that needs a blade change. This is a first time for me, any suggestions on which replacement blades to purchase or tips on the change out procedure?
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    I like the LEDs, and have started replacing the...

    I like the LEDs, and have started replacing the CFLs slowly. Always aggravated with the short life span of CFLS. CFLs are advertised to last 5 years, I don't think we ever had a CFL last a full year....
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    Jessem table saw guides

    I'm always looking at new tool gadgets and noticed these table saw guides on Jessem's website. They look kind of neat but kind of expensive compared to a featherboard. Has anyone purchased or used...
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    1971, I remember one of our class mates pushing a...

    1971, I remember one of our class mates pushing a board through a 6" joiner with one of his fingers trailing along on the end of the board. As the shop teacher took him to the hospital, the rest of...
  18. Dirk, I purchased the Rigid Home Depot model a...

    Dirk, I purchased the Rigid Home Depot model a few years back and really like it. Probably most folks on this forum setup their miter saw on some type of stationary built in stand. I really like the...
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    We took our 13 yo adopted daughter on a birthland...

    We took our 13 yo adopted daughter on a birthland tour of China the first two weeks of June. The main purpose was for her to visit her orphanage in Nanping and spend some time seeing her birth...
  20. You will be happier with deck screws, even for a...

    You will be happier with deck screws, even for a few years. My .02
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    We've had a thetford for many years of tent...

    We've had a thetford for many years of tent camping, it has been great. Easy to manage, ease to clean. They make several models, we just have the basic $70 unit.
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    I'm no expert on bent lamination projects, only...

    I'm no expert on bent lamination projects, only done one project that was a 40" dia coffee table apron. Used titebond 800, it turned out very good. That is some very hard glue when it dries. I was a...
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    I'm proud for your new purchase. I bought a new...

    I'm proud for your new purchase. I bought a new 22T Huskee last Oct, splitting wood now will put a smile on your face. The wife will have to make you come in the house for lunch because you don't...
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    Ken, thanks for the posts of your trip, certainly...

    Ken, thanks for the posts of your trip, certainly some beautiful (but wild) country. We had some friends visit NZ & Australia a few years back and gave us some great photos for a screen saver. I was...
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    Guys, thanks for the good suggestions. This will...

    Guys, thanks for the good suggestions. This will be paint grade work, I can now see that the foot/stile is one piece so I will need to glue up some long banks and bandsaw the feet out at the bottom....
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