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  1. My first new toy in a long time, only a day late. Trying to get thru with a project and not knowing when it was to arrive, I spent an hour or so last night fine tuning a tenon on a table top for a breadboard with my router and a rabbeting bit.
    8 points
  2. If your good at using 3d fusion, you can design any adapter you need and 3d print it. I 3d printed drawer handles for my custom sawstop outfeed table and an 2 inch hose adapter for my bosch router. Also a 3d router plate and router template to cut hole for drawer handle to go into. Of course if your nerdy you can print other cool things. All these files I printed were free, but like I said you can learn 3d fusion and design anything and the program can 3d print it. Everything you see there minus the batman headset holder cost about 5$ worth of filament minus the 3d printer itself which I paid
    2 points
  3. Very nice Coop, I’m sure you will put it to good use, always wanted one but their large router plane is at the top of the list right now
    2 points
  4. I bought that plane..it only took a few minutes to polish the back as it was all ready flat. A few more minutes to put a microbevel on the front and good to go. It is always best to have two polished surfaces meeting at the edge.
    2 points
  5. Making such adapters is about the most useful thing I've ever seen a plastic 3D printer do. Nice work!
    1 point
  6. We're not doing any sort or video or streaming. Too many distractions and we don't want to task attendees nor have to invite additional people to take care of it. At 88 people the important people are covered, well the people that would watch are covered at least.
    1 point
  7. A microphone and a kiss camera.
    1 point
  8. You might want to find a way to attach a microphone to it if you need to do a zoom wedding. We had to put an end table with a cell phone on it at my sister's wedding.
    1 point
  9. Just 4,000 screws. Splitting them with my dad so that made it about the same cost for 500 as 100 from Home Depot.
    1 point
  10. I have the medium and years later Santa got me the large. I have been known to answer the "If you were stranded on a desert island and could have only one plane . . ." question with "Medium Shoulder Plane". We're all different but, when I read that someone never uses their shoulder plane a voice in my head involuntarily says "wha-a-a-a-t!???!"
    1 point
  11. I have that knob resting between the base of my thumb and index finger when I am using mine.
    1 point
  12. @Coop, let me know how you use that knob that flips from side to side. Mine always seems to be on the wrong side!
    1 point
  13. That is a really good plane. It is one of my favorites.
    1 point
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  15. In that case, yes. I would lean toward a clear filler, like Aquacoat, or simply building up and sanding back coats of super blonde shellac. French polish really needs a smooth base.
    1 point
  16. Kinda behind /over. It's 9' to the very tip. The width at base is 36-40"
    1 point
  17. Grain filler is never required, unless you want it to be. Use of such products is purely a matter of preference. If your goal is a glassy-smooth surface, then a filler or finish build-up is indicated for most species.
    1 point
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  19. If that's all it takes its not a bad deal.
    1 point
  20. Yeah... I got the hint about sex from my wife too, now it's just hair conditioner and a hot shower. -Ace-
    1 point