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    Re: Saw Stop table saw

    Saw Stop makes an excellent saw.
    I sold them for a couple years when they first hit the market, and they've saved countless people some very serious injuries.
    Last I knew, the replacement...
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    Re: Electric fence components

    We run a self contained solar powered hot fence for our perimeter on the paddocks.
    It's a pretty small contraption that mounts on a t post, then we run the wire along the top of the fence line with...
  3. Thread: planers

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    Re: planers

    A planer is a wise investment, but choosing one that's not up to the tasks you're going to ask of it, you'll be mad at it and yourself.
    If you're a weekend warrior, a bench top model will get it...
  4. Re: Before you complain about your overly warm bee suit, consider what its like to we

    The ghillie suit I have is actually quite pleasant, even in the heart of the summer.
    Well ventilated and light, but I still get the coverage and camouflage I need while out bow hunting
  5. Re: HONEY HONEY HONEY, Looking to trade and or buy.

    How about mesquite honey? Dark and very rich flavor....
  6. Re: Skunks digging holes, and scratching up hives.

    Generally, skunks are considered vermin, and are not releasable once trapped.
    Definitely check your local game laws.
    Skunks are known carriers of numerous contagious diseases, like rabies, and...
  7. Thread: Table Saw

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    Re: Table Saw

    The Gold Standard for aftermarket fences is Biesmeyer.
    That being said, I ran an Incra TS3 on my saw.
    Both are pricey, but well worth their weight in gold with time savings and accuracy.
    The TS3...
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    Re: Worst place you been stung.

    In hte arch of my foot, when I was 4. Man did that hurt.
  9. Re: For those who build your own, which table saw?

    The reason it's not done is that it's likely that the cutoff will pinch between the fence and the blade, which will either send the cut off piece flying back at you at the speed of light right into...
  10. Thread: Trolls

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    Re: Trolls

    Gang,
    As a true noobee, just getting his wings under him, I feel obliged to confirm a few things mentioned here.
    First, sorting out the good information from the not so good, when your knowledge...
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    Re: Question for the Wood working Guru's

    Making that cut with a radial arm saw is pretty easy.
    Can you make the cut while using it in a cross cut fashion?
    If you can, you're golden.
    Set up with the dado arranged so it will take about...
  12. Re: Where to buy lumber? Mill, store, etc? Please post

    Look up the Forestry Forum.
    It's a forum for small portable mill type sawyers, and you can locate someone close to you with a mill.
    Most guys have stock to sell, or are willing to get you what...
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    Re: Titebond 2 or 3

    Any Lowe's can get you the Titebond you need within a few days.
    Most stores get trucks twice a week or more, and one email request to the distribution center gets it on the next truck to your...
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    Re: Question for the Wood working Guru's

    With cutting a channel or lip, there's a dozen ways to do it, depending on what you have and what you like to use.
    A dado would be the simplest choice, with the least risk.
    Set up a sacrificial...
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    Re: Basic Woodworking Equipment for Beekeepers

    That's good to know Adrian!
    Bob, sorry to hear about your table saw.
    Ryobi doesn't make a table saw that's worth much more than scrap value in my opinion. They're toys to play with until you can...
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    Arizona new-bee

    Good Morning and Happy New Year!
    I'm glad I found this forum!
    My honey and I are exploring the prospects of beekeeping to help with our garden, as well as the inherent benefits with keeping bees...
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    Re: Basic Woodworking Equipment for Beekeepers

    When it comes to getting the best bang for your buck in woodworking tools, the radial arm saw is by far the best.
    It can cross cut, rip, miter, and rabbet.
    It's also the most dangerous tool I've...
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