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    Agreed Steve. I don't expect anything to be...

    Agreed Steve. I don't expect anything to be square afterward. I always account for about 2" of waste to remove the horrible tearout from their saw. I wonder how many DIY'ers actually use the cuts...
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    I had a good HD experience recently too. I needed...

    I had a good HD experience recently too. I needed a sheet of 1/4" ply cut down into about 8 pieces per a cut diagram I brought with me so it would fit in my car. I had my daughter with me and a nice...
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    Pretty cool stuff! I'd like to see some more...

    Pretty cool stuff! I'd like to see some more pictures for sure. Sure would be fun to do this someday. I can understand the smile for days comment!

    Did you try uploading to SMC? The pics will...
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    I didn't see this addressed by the OP, but are...

    I didn't see this addressed by the OP, but are you open to moving? That will probably affect some suggestions.
  5. Maybe the blade is spinning on the arbor when you...

    Maybe the blade is spinning on the arbor when you turn the nut.

    If you have a flat on the backside, use a wrench back there too. That should solve it
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    Just an update on this: The first motor shop...

    Just an update on this:

    The first motor shop I brought it to was a delta service center. They refused to work on the motor because they said the wires didn't match the wiring diagram (I think...
  7. A Google search of his name turned up what Looks...

    A Google search of his name turned up what Looks like a blog which stopped around the same time as when he stopped posting here.
  8. Downside is you could spread it to someone who...

    Downside is you could spread it to someone who could die from it.

    Are you an immunologist, or doctor? If you aren't board certified you should trust those that are and get the shot as they...
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    2 more days until you shoot YouTube videos? ...

    2 more days until you shoot YouTube videos? Probably didn't need to remove the fence for it. ;-)
  10. Lol! My comment was in jest, as I think you...

    Lol!

    My comment was in jest, as I think you know. Please keep asking these types of questions as I'm sure many will learn from them, not just you.
  11. Steve, 600 posts and you're just now asking if a...

    Steve, 600 posts and you're just now asking if a glue joint is strong? Yes! :-) The only glue joint that isn't strong is an end grain joint. Edge and face grain are fine.

    Gluing curves is...
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    How old were the tires? Looks Like they...

    How old were the tires? Looks Like they disintegrated.

    I'd go for mechanical methods first like a razor blade scraper or beater chisel.
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    You're right Mike, see my post on page 1.

    You're right Mike, see my post on page 1.
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    I think I need to tell my wife that I should be...

    I think I need to tell my wife that I should be able to spend all the money I save by not drinking coffee on tools. Makes perfect sense to me.
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    I agree you should have a friend or pro shop...

    I agree you should have a friend or pro shop joint them. You should try to plane the other sides asap. And ideally you do this process twice- a rough milling, acclimate, then a final milling to...
  16. Herd immunity anyone? ...

    Herd immunity anyone?
    http://www.vaccines.gov/basics/protection/

    Yes maybe they missed it last year but that doesn't mean to stop getting the shot. And I really hope that we don't have people...
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    I did the fingernail test and I can make a mark...

    I did the fingernail test and I can make a mark so it's not ash. My bench legs are ash and there's a sure difference in hardness. Color wise they are quite different as well.

    sounds like cypress...
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    I'll mill up another piece and see if it appears...

    I'll mill up another piece and see if it appears any different.

    Regarding the spindles, there was an old Boice Crane floor standing spindle sander there which they probably go to. The sander was...
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    What is it? Wood, tools

    I went to a school auction last week and came away with some unknowns.


    First is some lumber. I got about 100bdft of it (8" wide x 10') for $20, so I don't really care what it is it was so...
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    I think I considered buying that same sander...

    I think I considered buying that same sander George! It's on my list of tools to buy for sure. I assumed the gray is an older model, but that one looks like new.
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    Brett guard would be mounted on the side though right?

    You might have well just said it was free! Who sets a max bid at $30 for a $3000 saw? Bozo.

    So this was an online auction? Great...
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    That's a great idea Joe. The companies I worked...

    That's a great idea Joe. The companies I worked for were always involved with charities.
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    Have you tried local stores (non big box is...

    Have you tried local stores (non big box is probably your best bet) that sell tools? It could be good advertising if you work something out with them (hang a banner, t-shirts, etc).
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    I would be pretty fired up, after the second time...

    I would be pretty fired up, after the second time they pushed the delivery time back. Have you asked for a manager and all that? I would be laying into somebody.

    Good luck, that sounds rough.
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    The math isn't working for me. You said you...

    The math isn't working for me. You said you started with 4/4 and ended up with 2 - 5/8" pieces after resawing? Based on your last post I think you started with 6/4 right?

    I've had similar...
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