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Table saw


February 21, 2018, 12:46 am

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Mobilizing the shop


February 20, 2018, 11:01 pm

My shop is in the back half of my garage which I separate from my parked vehicles, somewhere along the measurements of 22 x 10. I decided to make things movable and want to read ideas from others... Read more »

TOTALLY OT but Hilarious


February 20, 2018, 8:15 pm

So we have been watching the Olympics and the news about Russian athletes doping. Seriously? Do Olympic Curlers need to use performance enhancing drugs??? Apparently so. Read more »

Use for bent bandsaw blades?


February 20, 2018, 5:11 pm

Through ineptness I've managed to bend a 1/2 bandsaw blade. I'm sure it can be repurposed. But how/what is a mystery to me. Suggestions? Read more »

laguna 1412 bandsaw issues


February 20, 2018, 3:20 pm

I'm thinking that I should've bought a good ol Delta bandsaw to start with since I didn't have any experience with bandsaws before I bought the Laguna. I've had several issues with it. 1. Guide... Read more »

A Vac Hose Hack


February 18, 2018, 12:55 am

Festool vac hoses and many like hoses tend to have a lot of rings/bumps along the length of the hose. The hose gets caught up on sharp edges, non rounded, very easily. Always problematic when d... Read more »

Assembly Bench Completed

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February 18, 2018, 12:33 am

A week or so back I posted pictures of the workbench/assembly table that I was building and finally today I am just about finished. I'm debating whether to add 2 attachment bolts to hold the two... Read more »

Books on bunk beds


February 17, 2018, 6:29 am

I'm going to build bunk beds this summer for our boys. I've looked at some designs online, but I'd prefer to look at some books. Anyone have any suggestions for books with bunk bed designs? I'll ta... Read more »

Looks on bunk beds


February 17, 2018, 6:23 am

I'm going to build bunk beds this summer for our boys. I've looked at some designs online, but I'd prefer to look at some books. Anyone have any suggestions for books with bunk bed designs? I'll ta... Read more »

single cylinder work truck has big payload


February 16, 2018, 6:08 pm

http://www.mahindrajeeto.com/jeeto-ebrochure.pdf 700 kilograms or 1543 pounds i think the price is eleven thousand or so some crewcab ford chevy pickups only get hundred pounds more payload Read more »

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Are you supposed to tip a freight delivery driver?

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I've decided that this is on-topic for this NG since many of us order large tools that have to be delivered freight. When a truck driver drops a pallet in your garage, is he expecting a tip? How mu... Read more »

link belt upgrades to contractor saw

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I was wondering how much difference those red link belt upgrades make to a contractor saw. I have a delta 34-444 with the standard belt (original issue- 12 years old). It does shutter and vibrate w... Read more »

face frame...dowels or Kreg jig?

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When assembling a face frame, which is likely to produce a better fitting, plumb/flush face frame? The Kreg Jig or a dowel jig? I don't have access to a planer or a wide body sander, so I won't be ... Read more »

Boeshield T9 Problem

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After reading the good reviews of Boeshield T9 rust preventative, I bought some at a wood working show. My new general tablesaw had been sitting in my garage since I bought it about a month ago. ... Read more »

Problem with a Delta Planer

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From another forum: I guy has a feed problem with his planer and takes it to a repair depot and eventually posts the following which I thought might be of interest for those who work in cold shops. ... Read more »

Use a compressor motor to power 10" table saw?

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Hi, I've got a good deal on a 3 hp (220v) electric compressor motor. (runs counterclockwise) Can i use it to upgrade my 1.5hp tablesaw motor (110v). Any problems? how do you determine the direction... Read more »

Finishing questions (varathane vs hydrocote vs ???, etc.)

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The short version (I hope). Here I thought I could start finishing the kitchen cabinets today in the lovely 65F weather we're having. But, no-oo. Background: I have this lovely hvlp system raring ... Read more »

Does Wood Stain Affect Carpenter's Glue

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I want to glue on a piece of molding after staining both pieces, but before finishing, probably with poly. Does stain affect the glue-up strength? It doesn't seem like it would, but I just wanted... Read more »

Harbor Freight Shopsmith

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Well, shut my mouth! I didn't know about this doozie. http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/Displayitem.taf?itemnumber=96067 Only $2500 (less $500 with standard 20% off coupon and a free flashlight) Read more »

After Market table saw fence

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I have a Rigid TS2424 contractor table saw and am planning to replace the rip fence. Overall happy with the saw, it has cast iron top and has stood the test of time. Not a bad fence on the saw jus... Read more »

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