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  1. The variation of thickness will be the maximum...

    The variation of thickness will be the maximum cutting depth of your planer I think. For example, a stationary 15" planer can probably hog off around 1/4" in one pass, and a lunchbox maybe 1/8".
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    1/8" over 78" is pretty darn good to me, though I...

    1/8" over 78" is pretty darn good to me, though I am no expert or cabinet maker who uses ply a lot. If be happy with that.

    1/4" over 54" isn't too bad. I wonder if the solid wood edgebanding...
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    Is the 1/8"-1/4" concavity over an 8' length or...

    Is the 1/8"-1/4" concavity over an 8' length or 4' or other?
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    Congrats on your first great grandchild! We just...

    Congrats on your first great grandchild! We just had out second child two months ago. I like the variety of people we have in SMC in all phases of their lives!

    I don't think I've gone to the...
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    If i were doing a deck project I'd use it as an...

    If i were doing a deck project I'd use it as an excuse to buy an automatic screw gun, or at least rent one.
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    That's a sweet deal! Good luck with the sale. ...

    That's a sweet deal! Good luck with the sale.

    Curious why it's a sticky though.
  7. I'm not following what you're trying to do. Could...

    I'm not following what you're trying to do. Could you explain your design more or include a picture?

    Normally aprons dead end at the legs so there's no mothering of them.
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    Most basement shops are exactly like yours and...

    Most basement shops are exactly like yours and this is the first I've heard of the echo problem. I'm sure you've noticed that every room in your house echoes without furniture in it, right? Same...
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    Congrats on the tool score!

    Congrats on the tool score!
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    I stopped watching the video about half way...

    I stopped watching the video about half way through, but wowza! I'm surprised he didn't get some violent kickback or loose a finger. I'm surprised Mythbusters put their name on this video (sort...
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    I just used mine for scribing some built ins....

    I just used mine for scribing some built ins. Worked like a charm and much easier than hand planing or belt sanding.

    I've used it to adjust doors as well and works great for that.

    Also it's...
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    Through iTunes maybe?

    Through iTunes maybe?
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    Bill, that sounds devious! And illegal maybe? ...

    Bill, that sounds devious! And illegal maybe? Wouldn't surprise me though.
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    The stickers make it look like HF, especially if...

    The stickers make it look like HF, especially if it measures 7".
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    My first auction experience

    I attended my first auction today after finding the listing on craigslist - listed as something like "quality power tools at auction". It was also listed on auctionzip. The main draw for me was a...
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    That is sound advice if you ask me. I've dyed...

    That is sound advice if you ask me. I've dyed before assembly and it's gone well. I had two colors (red and black) come together at the glue joint of the legs and shelves - no way I would have been...
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    I'd do similar to what was described above with...

    I'd do similar to what was described above with the circular saw. I'd cut it as much as possible with the CS and a straightedge, then flip it and finish with a jigsaw. Clean up the jigsaw cut with a...
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    I'd say individually would get you the best...

    I'd say individually would get you the best results, but prepare to offer package deals as well.
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    I agree Dave. From my years of hospital...

    I agree Dave. From my years of hospital construction I've seen it used in all sorts of ways by contractors - especially for carts.
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    Half the local rate sounds good to me, for both...

    Half the local rate sounds good to me, for both parties.

    Would you pay full retail on the machinery? Doubt it, so why would you pay full price on the lumber? I understand it's not quite the...
  21. The corner pieces of the clamp do not have a hole...

    The corner pieces of the clamp do not have a hole in them or anything. Any kind of relief would allow the joint to move and would give you a parallelogram instead of a rectangle, right? I see why...
  22. I use the veritas one with the threaded rod....

    I use the veritas one with the threaded rod. Works well.
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    Wow, NIB? Score! Well done, enjoy it!

    Wow, NIB? Score! Well done, enjoy it!
  24. I think you should post more information about...

    I think you should post more information about each one. Manufacturer, model #, motor hp, accessories, etc.
  25. Filling small gaps where cabinet meets wall

    I'm just about done with my mudroom built in project, but have a few small gaps where the wall/drywall is out of square/plumb/flat. Gaps are no more than 1/4".

    I scribed a filler strip on the...
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