Yep, what view would you like to see? I'm particularly pleased with the
I used a 2" thick block of wood. Cut the hole with a 3 1/2 " hole saw and
rounded the edges with a 1/2'' roundover bit. I rounded the edges of the PVC
(3") with the same bit. The 3" PVC connects to a "Y" . My 4" flex hose to my
dust collector fits precisely over the "belled" end of the "Y". The other
connection to the "Y" is for dust collection from the top of the table (at
the fence) It's fed by a 2 1/2" flex hose. If you'll go back to that Flickr
website, I've added two pics of the dust port.
I will get to it tomorrow.
I was looking at your web page. Believe it or not, I had a shed just exactly
like that one. Even the color was the same.
I used cinder blocks to raise it enough to stand in. LOL
And that Crafstman saw looks a lot like the one I had before I got my Delta
Cabinet saw. Interesting.
I also found it interesting that you live in Canada. I was born in Sarnia,
Ont., raised in Michigan, now living in El Paso, Texas.
I guess we don't know each other, but we
came close. I moved to Sarnia in '64 and
went to high school there. My mother
still lives in the town. I'm back a few
times a year, and I'm over to PH from
time to time.
My pics are really old, and the
Craftsman has been replaced by a Delta
benchtop saw, which is just about as
I envy the temps in El Paso. There are
times when winter here is almost too much.
What a small world. Born in the Soo, lived in Port Huron from age 2
through college and a few more years in the Navy. Now in Berkeley
Springs, WV. Have yet to find fish & chips as good as in Sarnia.
They were good weren't they? I tried the
pickerel and fries at Purdy's last
summer, and they were ok, but not like
my memories of the chip wagon under the
bridge where I used to take girls to
watch submarine races. Never did find
out who won... Usually it wasn't me....
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