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  1. There's also a blanket chest up there in greene and greene style. I think I heard it was designed in collaboration with Darrell Peart but I'm not 100% certain. If you buy a guild project, join the guild Facebook group. Darrell is in it and comments frequently.
  2. You might be interested in the whole guild project: https://thewoodwhispererguild.com/product/fremont-nightstand/
  3. legenddc

    DJ-20 Northern VA. good price on CL

    There was an 8" Grizzly with spiral cutterhead in No.VA for $800 the other week. Went real quick.
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    Tool stand

    Sorry, I was slacking at slacking at work.
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    Tool stand

    I tried the gray and hated it, ended up painting that project instead. Now I have an almost full can of the stuff taking up space.
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    Black Friday cometh

    Pretty tame here too. I got the Rockler small port sanding adapter because my dad needed more money for free shipping and the flip-top cart plan from FixThisBuildThat.
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    Black Friday cometh

    Same issue here. Everything is either little Rockler tchotchkes or has an extra 0 or two in the price.
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    Which Lathe Chuck

    Honestly, not much. I got a lathe about a month before we had our second kid and I've spent so little time wood working over the last year. I would like to turn some bowls and trees. Maybe some of the turning kits for ice scream scoops, etc. but mostly bowls and trees.
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    Which Lathe Chuck

    I searched the forum and couldn't find much. What lathe chucks does everyone recommend? I have the 10"x18" Harbor Freight lathe so I'm not looking to turn massive bowls. I saw Rockler has the Nova G3 kit on sale for $150 and I saw someone here recommended the Barracuda one. Does it matter or are they all good enough and I'll eventually end up with multiples anyway? What should one look for in a lathe chuck?
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    Bessey Clamp Question

    I think the difference is the JR's have about half the force (900lb vs 1,700lbs) and the pads are smaller. JR's will be lighter too as a result.
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    Grinder Dust Collection

    Maybe something like this would help keep it contained. Maybe extend it around the sides? https://www.pennstateind.com/store/marlen-tip-14.html
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    Pair Of Bookshelves

    Twilight books? Really? Bookshelves look great! Check behind your lightswitch, ours had an extra wire that I was able to add a double switch (in a single width box) to control fan speed and the light separately despite the electrician who installed it saying it couldn't be done.
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    Grinder Dust Collection

    Maybe one or two of those big Rockler silicone glue mats would contain it all and be able to be cleaned up whenever necessary?
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    Zero footprint outfeed table

    Are you still able to raise/lower the wheels with the outfeed table hanging down? I have the Craftsman equivalent of this saw and it has levers on the front and back for the wheels.
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    Moving shop cross-country...how do my plans sound?

    Someone said it above, but I'd be careful of the weight. You've got some heavy tools, a heavy range and probably 2,000 lbs worth of trailer. That 6,500-7,500 lb towing limit might be exceeded pretty quick. Factor in fuel/hassle, it might be cheaper to use another POD.