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  1. Glad you have your saw running better now!

    Glad you have your saw running better now!
  2. 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!).
    ...
  4. 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...
  5. 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.
  16. Might be nice for the OP to chime in and respond...

    Might be nice for the OP to chime in and respond to the advice given so far.
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    I'd get a second opinion from more of a private...

    I'd get a second opinion from more of a private body shop, like others have said.
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    Sketchup has a plugin called cutlist that works...

    Sketchup has a plugin called cutlist that works for me.
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    Before we suggest $350 routers, what's the...

    Before we suggest $350 routers, what's the budget? A nice router lift is another $350.

    For infrequent use I think you could get by with a simple router plate and a 2.25 hp router like the Bosch...
  20. It helps build skills such as problem solving,...

    It helps build skills such as problem solving, design (3D cad or by hand), scheduling (this has to happen before that).

    Linking it to other classes that might involve drafting or cad might be a...
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    Adam, this thread is almost 2 years old. pm'ing...

    Adam, this thread is almost 2 years old. pm'ing James would be your best bet.

    to the OP's question, mind you he hasn't visited SMC for almost a year and this thread is almost two years old, I've...
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    That just seems silly. If you're going to worry...

    That just seems silly. If you're going to worry about anything, worry that you'll forget to tighten them up before you turn it on. ;-).
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    I think you made a typo - that's a major gloat! ...

    I think you made a typo - that's a major gloat!

    If you're in NE Ohio I'll take some off your hands since you clearly have too much.
  24. i'll probably use 2x's and Rocklers Heavy Duty...

    i'll probably use 2x's and Rocklers Heavy Duty Lifting Leveler for my next one.

    http://www.rockler.com/heavy-duty-lifting-leveler
  25. Pm sent ...

    Pm sent ...
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