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    I don't think that the amount of people in the...

    I don't think that the amount of people in the woodworking projects vs off topic has anything to do with how many people actually make things. Gen ww'ing and off topic are where a lot of people hang...
  2. I think a lot of people, including myself like...

    I think a lot of people, including myself like like Jets the best. I'll be ordering some for sure.
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    It cost us like $1500 to get an insulated door...

    It cost us like $1500 to get an insulated door that size, installed with motor. Well worth the cost!
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    Very nice! I bet you could cast casters into the...

    Very nice! I bet you could cast casters into the concrete and not need the mobile base, assuming the rebar is sufficient.

    Out of curiosity, what is a DW20?
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    Maybe call a pest exterminator to see what he...

    Maybe call a pest exterminator to see what he thinks?
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    All wood moves, domestic or exotic. Google wood...

    All wood moves, domestic or exotic.
    Google wood movement and I'm sure you'll find lots of info. There's also a movement calculator called the shrinkulator.
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    I think pocket holes are far from shoddy, but...

    I think pocket holes are far from shoddy, but like any joint it must be executed properly. Shoddy work to me is a joint that doesn't pull together all the way, is unstable, cracks the wood, is not...
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    Pocket holes aren't what many would consider...

    Pocket holes aren't what many would consider "traditional" joinery, but it is a very strong joint if done properly and is very fast and efficient. I think that it's a great joint for any kind of...
  9. Thread: CL workbench

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    Linky no worky.

    Linky no worky.
  10. Thread: Cool tool

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    I haven't seen that tool before, but it reminds...

    I haven't seen that tool before, but it reminds me of the One-way multigauge.
  11. I would do my best to attend if there was! ...

    I would do my best to attend if there was!

    Good luck with your forum search.
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    Could you post a picture? I can't recall...

    Could you post a picture?

    I can't recall ever being able to see a glue line on my cutting boards before. I could only guess there was a problem with the glue up and the joint was too large.
  13. Thread: New Creeker

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    Congrats! A miracle isn't she? I'll be...

    Congrats! A miracle isn't she?

    I'll be thinking happy sleep thoughts for you. We just started sleep training my son (6.5 mo) and my wife and I are finally getting some sleep!
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    You can get bearings at many places like Fastenal...

    You can get bearings at many places like Fastenal if you need it locally, or there are many online bearing houses like vxb.
    There are a lot of online places for bandsaw tires too. In fact I just...
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    +1 Steve...

    +1 Steve...
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    I usually go by actual user reviews and not...

    I usually go by actual user reviews and not magazines. But with reviews like Amazon, you have to sort through and account for the bogus reviews that say "it took a long time for shipping" so they...
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    All the wormy maple or ambrosia maple I've use...

    All the wormy maple or ambrosia maple I've use has at least some of the "flame" in it, and I've never seen that kind of density of worm holes. Scale is hard to tell from the pictures, but the holes...
  18. I googled "cleaning forum" and "janitorial forum"...

    I googled "cleaning forum" and "janitorial forum" and there sem to be plenty of them. Whether they are like the Creek it not, I have no idea.
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    Is this the same bandsaw you posted about the...

    Is this the same bandsaw you posted about the flanged wheels?
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    As you can tell you'll get a lot of opinions on...

    As you can tell you'll get a lot of opinions on which car to buy.
    I love my '04 Subaru Forester XT. Bad gas mileage, but fun to drive, can carry a decent amount of stuff, and has a large DIY...
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    I hear you David. I listed mine for $250. Worst...

    I hear you David. I listed mine for $250. Worst case, I'll strip the components and sell online and that will bring just as much as the complete speakers. We'll see!
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    I have bought and sold many things on craigslist,...

    I have bought and sold many things on craigslist, mostly woodworking and cycling related. Heck, every large machine in my shop was bought on craigslist! For the most part I have always met in a...
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    CL buyers - what's up?

    So I'm selling some speakers that I built years ago that don't fit in our home we live in now. I must have gotten 15 replies from people that all said "I am interested in your speakers, do you still...
  24. I would confirm your jointer is setup properly...

    I would confirm your jointer is setup properly first. Sounds like your tables aren't coplaner.
  25. Yup, just got the flier in the mail yesterday....

    Yup, just got the flier in the mail yesterday. I'd like to pick up some Short ones as well
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