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  1. There's a long time member on here that is now retired. I guess his retirement was a desire to get some sense of control over this serious illness he's dealing with. He's a friend of mine and I'm very concerned at how this is going to effect his retirement plans. he's going to spend a bunch of time going here and there to get his medication, so if you can, help me cheer him up and on to assist him in dealing with this horrible disease. He's suffering from::: Cenosillicaphobia. And trust me , out friend Coop needs some very serious help. Thanks for caring.
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  2. Couple goodies came yesterday
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  3. We've grimly exceeded 100,000 deaths in the UK now. Fifth worse country in the world not that anybody is competing. However nearly 8 million people have had their first jab of either the Pfizer/Biontek, Oxford/Astra-Zenica or Moderna vaccines. My mother and step father have had theirs, my wife will be having hers soon and I will have to wait being the spring chicken I am. We are still stuck indoors going out once a day for a walk and getting everything delivered. We are on our third national lockdown and most people are sticking to it. There are the odd melons or "bears of little bra
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  4. John, hard to tell from the pic. Is that a track saw and does it require that much lubricant?
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  5. Started filling drawers today. Top right will hold my 23G pin nailer and the nails for my 16G, 18G and narrow crown stapler. Top middle will be for bench cookies, t-track stops and other misc assembly tools. Top left will be layout and marking tools. I will use Kaizen foam to organize them. I am adding sliding tray to hold pencils, pens and marking knives. Inside the door I have 3 sliding shelves. The top I am still undecided on what to put in it. It is only 3" deep. The middle will hold my Domino tenon systainer and my hand planes. I m going to add some
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  6. I have an answer he'll love!
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  7. I designed this air filter cabinet 9-10 months ago an started building it not not much longer after that. I got the frame built and the motor mounted, wired and tested before I had to stop working on it. I started working on it again last week and made a couple design changes. I originally was going to put 3 drawers where I put the door. I decide to change this an put some pull out shelves for my Festool systainers instead. Also the top was originally going to be just a flat top. Now I have decided to make it a t-track top for assembly work. I will also have a movable 20"X20" (maybe 24"X24") M
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  8. Coop is a fine man. I received these from him in the mail today!
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  9. @Coopcan’t hear you guys, when you’re smiling that big it plugs your ears, and he’s probably in the shop anyway, I worry about some guys when they retire but not him, good man
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  10. There has to be a way to directly pipe from the source into his house.
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  11. Excellent idea. The problem would be dragging that bag to the wearhouse to get the refill.
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  12. Could arrange a drip feed too.
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  13. I added an outlet at my drill press and smaller bandsaw and used ones similar to the pic posted by rainjer.
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  14. Brilliant. I also suffer from that syndrome. Fortunately 18 bottles of red arrived today to alleviate my suffering.
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  15. Lamps (woodturnerswonders.com) I got one of the Super Nova's when I felt like splurging. After six months I got two more. Super bright, accurate color, long neck and cord. Very well thought out product
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  16. Talked to the dealer about that mower. She called Cub Cadet, and they aren't going to put the EFI version of that motor in it. I can live with a Carburetor. If I wait until April, which I won't need it before then anyway, 11,5 if she can order it with her big Spring order. I told her to count on it.
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  17. This is not relevant to your question, but I just can't help but comment on the joinery. The only reason for the little corners is to hold the 4 pieces in alignment as the glue is drying. You can do the same thing with a spline (or biscuits, but wold be a lot of them). And, the spline is a whole lot easier to cut. I made 9 legs recently for a corner desk. Worked great.
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  18. @drzaius - My problem I have is my bench currently doubles as my outfeed table. Every time I need extra support to rip something I have to clear of my bench. With this design I can fold it up when I need it and down when I don't and like you said, it is always even with the saw even if I take it outside to work.
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  19. Rebuilding a Kiyohisa oire nomi
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  20. A while back i transitioned to full kerf table saw blades. I never bought a full kerf blade that had the Flat tooth grind though. When i was doing splines for a recent project I realized all of my blades were either ATB or TCG, neither of which leave a flat bottom.
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