BillyJack

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  1. They want them back in any case. The only way to verify false activation or not is to anodize each activation. I think as long as you work with them they'll easily work with you...
  2. I think there was a total of three teeth replaced and then resharpened....I think the first question for the sharpened should be if it's warped and then proceed to replace and resharpened blade.. in our case it wasn't warped...
  3. Glad it was a light accident. When ours activates it really kills the blade. At least a $150 hit...three different times....
  4. There there to support the top, but not fastened to the top.sometimes we will dodo these I but in this case the drawings did not require these but I refused to make it without cross members so I added them after the fact....they are assembled with Dominos
  5. Sounds like your cutting backwards towards the garage door. Is this correct?
  6. I would look into the harbor freight clamps. There's a lot there to get started with. Your gonna need a lot of various clamps. Buy as you need...
  7. Have you check with local cabinet shops.?
  8. Your way back. My saw sits 9' from the door to cut sheet goods. The light is just beyond the door when fully opened. I keep the door closed to acclimate unless I'm cutting longer lumber...
  9. How much between the door and the front of the saw when closed?
  10. Mines mounted above on the ceiling in front of the door works fine.
  11. I stopped hoarding screws and bolts. Starts taking a lot of room. Buy as I go keep only what I need...mainly cabinet fasteners,bolts for jigs and pins and staples for pnuematic guns.
  12. You will have to keep an eye on Ebay and any other place you can think to look.
  13. That's the thing.. What the price range? You can specify a $150 blade only to find out they only want to spend $75..
  14. We made solid wood cabinets in the early 80's. We also built in the sofits in the cabinet. That was a long time ago. 1x12 pine was used the but now it's all plywood. You can save the headaches of just using sheet goods with a variety of choices. Put your time and money into specialty items for your cabinets. Nobody looking inside your cabinets ..... I'm often, if I had the a bigger kitchen amazed at the European style cabinetry. A lot of tricks we here miss on out cabinets...
  15. You can't move the fence back on a Sawstop....
  16. Pneumatic is all we use on large shops or factories. Hey don't pay enough for me to use electrich when pnuematic is faster and not as hard on your hands... Good pneumatic sanders can be bought for $150-$200
  17. Blow oil out the back side? I would NEVER use electric when pneumatic is available.
  18. My wife spilled nail polish remover on one of my store bought end tables. I've looked at and tried a few things. The top clear is tinted an will result in my taking all the three, two end tables and a coffee table and sanding it completely (tops) and getting the finish as close as I can. Other option is to take it to an antiques restorer and let them work there magic....
  19. What caused it to raise up? Where you standing to the side not correctly supporting the wood?
  20. I've spent 50% of my time on shop projects and the other 50% on projects for the house. Seems to keep me from being bored. Too many years of ignoring the little things I should have done years ago are finally getting done and those projects for the house Im always putting off are finally seeing some light....
  21. I finished mine with polyurethane in around 2005. I used the chest of drawers for 13 years. Now the grandaughter uses it in her room. I have waxed them one time and the work perfectly today 15 years later...
  22. Making money, now that the trick . I decided awhile back if I had to do it again I would look at the compressor as the #1 tool in the shop and not the tablesaw. I like to run pnuematic sanders but requires 13-15 cfm these days. Look into it...sanding,spraying even blowing tools off....
  23. Why did you use TBll? I never use TBll unless there moisture involved in its final destination.... I've never experience glue creep. The only things I can think of is wrong glue, not enough pressure when applied or not allowed to dry enough
  24. A bar has more value than during to get drunk. I had numerous poker games and the guys/gals enjoyed it. I've always wanted one as a cabinet maker and when I build a house I encoded it. If I sell it, it won't be of value to everyone , but anybody wanting a real man cave will.. I think I drink a beer on grass cutting days. Rarely any other days except holidays...