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  0 Thread: some CNC upgrades
Post: RE: some CNC upgrades

Looks sweet - have the WC pwn 2.2kw awaiting installation on my 1f jman as well.
MichaelS Woodworking Power Tools 18 2,294 11-15-2023, 07:56 PM
  0 Thread: Sawstop question
Post: RE: Sawstop question

After losing an hvac compressor/condensor (outdoor unit) to lightning in my house in TX, I opted for a whole house ground/surge solution. They are pretty simple to install and according to everything ...
MichaelS Woodworking Power Tools 29 4,897 09-14-2023, 09:10 AM
  0 Thread: spray foam insulation - dangers and downfalls
Post: RE: spray foam insulation - dangers and downfalls

Or a hot one - in tx, I could spot where insulation was thin pretty easily on a triple digit day - lol.
MichaelS Home Improvement 30 11,666 06-10-2023, 08:19 AM
  0 Thread: spray foam insulation - dangers and downfalls
Post: RE: spray foam insulation - dangers and downfalls

Rockwool is my pref, but tco/savings discussions go out the window. Need 20 yrs in the house to break even. Like solar :(
MichaelS Home Improvement 30 11,666 06-02-2023, 01:49 PM
  0 Thread: Educate me- CA adhesive and activator
Post: RE: Educate me- CA adhesive and activator

Good tips in this thread for sure - starbond, fastcap are both awesome brands. I prefer aerosol accelerant myself, those silly little squeeze/squirt top ones dont work well for me. One critical co...
MichaelS Woodworking 22 4,149 04-02-2023, 04:38 PM
  0 Thread: Clearvue cyclone question for TS blade guard
Post: RE: Clearvue cyclone question for TS blade guard

Woah, thats a clever and inexpensive way to check it. Vs the dwyer I’d borrowed before. May have to make one of those to test gates. Thanks!
MichaelS Woodworking Power Tools 12 2,019 03-28-2023, 06:03 PM
  0 Thread: Clearvue cyclone question for TS blade guard
Post: RE: Clearvue cyclone question for TS blade guard

(that's a fantastic setup!) It could also be that there is too little intake capability, Mark. I had a clearvue while I was in Austin and it was a solid unit. Louder than my previous Oneida pro, but w...
MichaelS Woodworking Power Tools 12 2,019 03-24-2023, 10:52 AM
  0 Thread: Wall mount dust collection
Post: RE: Wall mount dust collection

It takes wayyy more power than just about any ever estimate to effectively capture fines at the tool. I am not a doom and gloom guy, but there is a lot of science & math required to design a ‘just eno...
MichaelS Woodworking 28 6,235 03-13-2023, 01:07 PM
  0 Thread: New Workbench Slab Top
Post: RE: New Workbench Slab Top

If you go new, check out perfectplank.com Bought a 3.5” thick top, 30”x72” for less than the maple would have cost. They surface to 120grit as well.
MichaelS Woodworking 29 5,290 02-04-2023, 01:25 PM
  0 Thread: Has anyone built their own low profile airtight dust bin?
Post: RE: Has anyone built their own low profile airtigh...

Truly sealed or just air tight? Knowing how it is to be used is important. If vacuum sealed you’ll have to spray an exterior coating to seal pores. If just sealed decently, then mdf OR baltic birch ...
MichaelS Woodworking 5 1,338 12-13-2022, 09:09 AM
  0 Thread: Socket set organizer out of wood...got one?
Post: RE: Socket set organizer out of wood...got one?

Some pretty slick ideas in here. I have clips like Steve does, though I won't attach mine as I prefer to bring the sockets to the work vs. trying to guess which socket I need when I'm up on a ladder /...
MichaelS Woodworking 22 5,006 12-05-2022, 11:53 AM
  0 Thread: Looking for a simple outdoor bench design for an Eagle Scout Project.
Post: RE: Looking for a simple outdoor bench design for ...

Fund raising idea for them is to sponsor a bench ($) get their names on them for a premium ($$). Michael
MichaelS Woodworking 8 2,217 12-04-2022, 05:09 PM
  0 Thread: Death by lathe - Be careful out there
Post: RE: Death by lathe - Be careful out there

This is sad and a stark reminder that you must *always* be aware of your surroundings and consider safety first above all other work habits. If you get that tingle or hesitation that something doesn't...
MichaelS Woodturning 5 1,652 12-01-2022, 06:52 PM
  0 Thread: Horizontal Resaw bandsaw
Post: RE: Horizontal Resaw bandsaw

Horizontal is the trick - Hitachi used to be *the* unit luthiers went to. I presume you are looking for automated return, pneumatic assist, production oriented. Candidly, I have zero insights to this...
MichaelS Woodworking Power Tools 9 2,132 11-30-2022, 07:31 PM
  0 Thread: FS 6” (20’) & 4” (30’) flex ducting
Post: RE: FS 6” (20’) & 4” (30’) flex ducting

No interest, too expensive? Need this gone, will figure out a way to make it gone shortly :)
MichaelS Tool Swap N' Sell 2 748 11-11-2022, 10:08 PM
  0 Thread: Trouble Tensioning BS Blade
Post: RE: Trouble Tensioning BS Blade

I dont disagree with anything you said. I thought the 0513 was a different model bs though and may struggle to get to 25-30k psi. As the trimaster was designed for metal it has its own history and per...
MichaelS Woodworking Power Tools 24 4,653 11-08-2022, 07:52 AM
  0 Thread: Should I Joint or just Plane?
Post: RE: Should I Joint or just Plane?

That’s a workout, lol
MichaelS Woodworking 17 4,297 11-07-2022, 09:16 AM
  0 Thread: Trouble Tensioning BS Blade
Post: RE: Trouble Tensioning BS Blade

Which blade? Some blades were adapted to woodworking use but designed for metal cutting such as the lennox (which requires bonkers levels of tension at least according to Lennox) and then there are o...
MichaelS Woodworking Power Tools 24 4,653 11-07-2022, 09:09 AM
  0 Thread: FS 6” (20’) & 4” (30’) flex ducting
Post: FS 6” (20’) & 4” (30’) flex ducting

Alright, so I have duct hose that I cant use as my new dc is too strong. I have 2 x 10’ pieces of 6” and 3 x 10’ pieces of 4” ducting. All of this is the thick-walled Oneida polyurethane clear ...
MichaelS Tool Swap N' Sell 2 748 11-05-2022, 09:15 PM
  0 Thread: Should I Joint or just Plane?
Post: RE: Should I Joint or just Plane?

See if you've a woodnetter in a reasonable distance w/ a jointer w/ sufficient capacity? If you were closer, my new toy arrives in about 4 weeks. I'm sure you have folks w/in an hour of you that h...
MichaelS Woodworking 17 4,297 11-03-2022, 05:26 PM

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