Thanks for the inquiry, Tom. Not much has changed, I'm sad to report.
(Still no wrist/finger action and a complete C-6-type of quadriplegic.)
I have been away on a so-called vacation for the last couple+ weeks,
during which time my mother was put in the hospital (unbeknownst to us
as my father "didn't want to spoil our much deserved vacation"---> he
can be such an ars.) Diagnosed, by exclusion, she had a sudden onset of
Alzheimers, likely accellerated by the trauma of watching my sister
being hauled of in an EMS and knowing she'll likely never see her
Enough of that shit as there is nothing I can do to change it, other
than to make sure they get all the care money can buy.
Back to my generic woodworker's advice:
Always use 220 volt, but 230 is better. (600 volt is awful hard on a
router, but BOY you get a lot done in that 4 seconds it runs)
Always ground your dustcollector tubes, especially the metal ones.
A router table is not required, but a jointer is.
PolyMegaGlop glue is the best there is.
What kind of tenon is a floating one? (Hint: toss it in the bathtub)
Counter-clockwise turning drill presses appear to be practically
To improvise a dado blade on your table saw, hit the blade, sideways,
with a decent hammer.
Glad to be back.