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6 minutes ago, Chet K said:

Another nice video.  What happened to the new planner?  I see you are still using the old one.

Thanks Chet, the 735 now the primary planer in the shop.  I've used it a few times and it works awesome!  Next project will be a new cart for it that attaches to the T-Track on the front of the table.  I also have the DC set up for it at that location as well.  Unfortunately, the next project won't be until I get home again.

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Another good one, Kev ! Thanks for sharing. You're almost done!

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Another good video Kev.  The vise looks real similar to the Veritas Inset vise.

The foam is a nice way to go but he ain't kidding guys it's messy to cut, but its just one day of floaty white or pink stuff in the shop for a lot of nice storage.

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Great video! Like the insulation tool tip.

 

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Good video Kev.  Who makes the tail vise?

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I like that insert vice. Definately looks like it'll do the job well.

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You're just a wood porn star!  Videos getting better and better. Just curious, one of your go to tools is a slip joint pliers. I have three pairs but seldom use them in woodworking? 

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13 minutes ago, K Cooper said:

You're just a wood porn star!  Videos getting better and better. Just curious, one of your go to tools is a slip joint pliers. I have three pairs but seldom use them in woodworking? 

You ever have a stuck lid on the CA glue? ;)

 

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Someday, I'll learn to not ask questions, but probably no time soon. Never used CA glue. Now I feel like I should have:(. Another topic of discussion for BR!!!

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There is a new CA type wood glue called RapidFuse by Dap. It's thickened and it gives you 3 to 5 minutes to reposition parts and get some clamps on it.  It grabs in about 10 minutes complete cured in 30 minutes. Interior/Exterior rated too. Lowes carries it. I've been testing it out for several weeks and am quite impressed . One of my suppliers has been using it for years on all the corner joints of their cabinet doors. No water also means joints can be sanded or planed after 30 minutes with no risk of shrinkage overnight .

I screwed up and had to try and knock a joint apart after 15 minutes. Beat the snot out of it and it wasn't letting go. Clamped one side down and whaled away, when the joint let go one part stayed behind and the rest was cracked and dented.

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I love that little vice. This is the coolest outfeed table ever. Awesome, Kev.

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just getting caught back up on this ... amazing looking OF table there! great work as always! Cant wait to see the final couple videos

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Another great video! Thank you for taking the time to video everything for us. I would never have thought about using a trim router to cut out the profiles for the tools. Excellent idea!

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1 hour ago, Keggers said:

Another great video! Thank you for taking the time to video everything for us. I would never have thought about using a trim router to cut out the profiles for the tools. Excellent idea!

Thanks!  It is messy but, it works really well and it's just not something you do that often.

 

4 hours ago, bushwacked said:

just getting caught back up on this ... amazing looking OF table there! great work as always! Cant wait to see the final couple videos

Thanks BW!  I'm back to the land of the snail internet so, will try and upload another video sometime next week.

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Nice Kev. Thanks for the info on the foam, looking to do that myself in a few places.

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Nice. No trouble with overspray indoors? How long did it take to cover every little thing?

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1 minute ago, JosephThomas said:

Nice. No trouble with overspray indoors? How long did it take to cover every little thing?

Not too much..  I just opened the door for a couple minutes between coats and turned on a fan.  Because I spray (WB only) in there quite often, I've got it down to a science so, it doesn't take me too long to cover things up.

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Truly an amazing job! You sir, are a woodworker! Thanks!

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Turned out great! 

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Really looks awesome, Kev !!

I was surprised to see you spray finish without a respirator. Did you just forget it on that coat?

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