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duckkisser last won the day on January 21 2015

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About duckkisser

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  • Birthday 06/08/1983

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    bourbonnais......thats just south of chicago
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    I am a wood shop teacher and most things i make are small boxes, plant stands, and cuting boards and so forth because i get most of my wood from a urban lumber company and small shops. they just gives me small cut offs from their boards for the kids to use. i find my inturest drifting towards inlay especialy in wood turnings. i am now working on a collction of different mediums that can be ground and cut up to be used for inlay. check out my work at

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  1. I have one from a old broken table top router table that I might switch it out or I miss got leave alone since I'm paying so much for lift. And I already have a list about a mile long for things that need to be done. Thanks for the thought though.
  2. Ya but I want the accuracy of the plate that comes with the lift if I wanted to go to that much trouble I would just keep the old plate
  3. Thanks brendon
  4. So I just bought a router table on Craigslist boy am I glad I don't have to make this! only problem is that I want to buy a lift but the incra lift does not fit the space that is in the table. The lift plate is about a quarter inch smaller on all 4 sides thenthe gap. Anyone have an idea for how I can make this fit? How can I fill the space so the router plate does not move on me? Is there an alternative router lift that I might buy that is as good as this lift? Rather not buy a table top and a lift getting pricy then. oh it came with a 3hp router
  5. So much quieter in my shop I have actuly forgeten that I have it on and go to bed. Think I'll might figure out a light for it.
  6. My dust collector is in another room in a shed connected to my garage so it can leak all it wants too
  7. So I was thinking of upgrading my dust collector to a grizzly g1030 3hp dust collector for 300 plus pipe and fittings.. I have a 1.5 that does the job sort gets alot but I feel like it does not pull much as I think it should. How should I know if I should get a more powerful unit and what should I look for when I buy it? I have pipe pulled across the shop and branching to the different areas and most of my machines stay clean but not always.
  8. Ouch 140 when I have scrap and pipe to spare for a dust collection box free or 140 think I'll build something but thanks Shane but that is down the right track on what I was thinking for a gravity feed dust hood
  9. so I spent the week working on my shop rearranging and cleaning things up. I also got a new miter saw. its a ridged miter saw which is a huge upgrade from my old saw. the nice thing about this saw is I can fit a 2" hose to the back instead of the 1.5 that I cant find a hose to fit. so I was planning on making a dust hood to put on the back. and I have figured out two different styles that I think will work. first is a angled dust collection like this I would prefer to have this system but I only have a 1.5 hp dust collector and I am concerned that it would be too weak a machine to work adequately. I was also thinking of mounting a funneled box on the back of my bench with a hood feeding into the box and then have my dust collection at the bottom of the box. then having gravity feed the dust into my dust collection. which do you think would be better. also I have seen a few hoods with a plastic cover in the front that keep the extra wood get thrown out the front of the machine. they remind me of the plastic they put in front of industrial freezer doors to keep the cold in. anyone know what they use?
  10. I love that move guess I should have been clearer I only have one spot so I need to some how mount both those jigs in one spot.
  11. Looking for a joint jig station for doing pocket holes and dovetails for my two jigs then the can just walk over and start cuting rather then seting it up before I cut
  12. House is coming along slow but Shirley seems like as soon as I start making headway something else happens. The school got rid of the shop so I'm in a different classroom. So one more school that gave up on teaching kids what they can actuly use in life. Does not matter most of them can't read let alone do algebra, history, science....hell I ask them to name the earths land masses and they start naming countries. So instead of expanding the program to teach skills like motors, plumbing, electrical, drywall ect they get rid of it so they can cram more kids onto the property and get more money.......... Feel like we don't teach or help the kids anymore we just house them and collect a paycheck from the state. Sigh........guess I'm more bitter then I thought. I I keep finding those portable one but I want a permanent workbench
  13. I have a pocket hole jig and a dove tail jig I want to make some kind of station for building joints with but it seems like most people just clamp it down to a work bench when they need it and put it away when there done. Anyone seen a joint cuting station designed for these two jigs that will be in a permanent location.
  14. i looked into a bunch of reviews as well i found this kid who saw that there was some sag flex in track and riged it up so that it wont flex. i was going to get the the fully loaded system with a dwalt router built into it. i plan on contacting the company and seeing if they have addressed the issue of the gantry (think that would be right word) has been stiffened up so it wont flex but i can do like this kid did and stiffen the system up. and they have a program for carving reliefs called vcarve that i think ill get.
  15. my friend has a cnc router that he just got i think that im going to have him make me some small disks with my name and "company name" and emblem on them then i can just use a forstner and glue the disks in.