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    • Same. I start getting cabin fever if I don't have some sort of shop time. My wife has a horse though, so woodworking is the cheap hobby by comparison.
    • To move it in the driveway it needs wheels. It probably is on a palate. Save the tip and rent something that picks up heavy palates and roll it.    Are you talking jointer?
    • Original poster here-thanks for the advice.  Cracks are random and as additional picture shows are throughout the table and mostly long in length but very thin.  Table has not been used much and came this way when purchased so I'm surprised it's failing this way.  Pricey dining room table so not sure I want to start pouring superglue in the cracks and becoming the sandman.  Rather have someone who has done this multiple times attack her.  Maybe someone can reco a person in the boston area?  Or if you've injected crack in the superglue and sanded and got great results - I'm game.  Total sand and re-epoxy sounds like a lot of work.
    • I was going to order their 8inch parallelogram which is about 487 lbs. I have a sloping garage probably like everyone since thats code to make sure water goes away from the house. I called Grizzly and asked the limitations of where they can physically deliver the machine. They told me they will only drop item on the curb and will NOT go anywhere but the curb. So i asked about how am i supposed to push a crate with a 487 lb machine up a slopped driveway and they said its up to the driver to do that. My response was well thats not worth it to buy a 3000 dollar machine (jointer+tax+delivery fee) and pray to GOD the guy will infact help me push this into my garage. So has anyone ordered heavy machines from grizzly and had the same problem as me? or any advice? i was thinking about offering 50$ tip to driver to put in the garage but my fate would still be in the hands of the driver if they want to or not or if thats completely against their policy. Another thought would be rent a lift hand fork lift thingy and ask my 4'9 wife to help, have her get behind to help push and test my true love for her whether i hold or not. i dunno, any thoughts?
    • Turned out nice. I guess you need to decide if you want to make shop furniture or home furmiture..
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