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Shop Built Equipment
When this woodworker needed a new outfeed
table for his table saw, he
fabricated one that would serve as a downdraft as well. Here's how it
Berkshire Products of Sheffield, MA specializes
in wide, natural edge slabs.
Check out the Wood-Mizer 1000 they use for oversize logs...
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CNC Forum participants give this newbie a
crash course in cutting
solid surface material:
The first attempt at a mitered box was a
failure. Any advice on getting
nice, tight joints next time?
Ever gotten sick from finishing fumes? One
finisher seeks information on
symptoms, and prevention.
A bowed, round top, double hung sash: challenging,
but doable... with a
little help from your friends.
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This article gives a great
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Here's an interesting discussion about what
it takes to step up to a more
senior management role in a large woodworking company.
For a wood shop that makes custom windows
and doors, insulated
glazing is a debatable topic.
A shop owner gets help figuring out how to
get the auto-lube system on
an old, poorly-maintained Biesse Rover up and running again.
The TR and OP durability ratings published
by the Architectural
Woodworking Institute refer to specific categories of finish, and have
be understood to be useful.
The story starts with water damage to a conference
table caused by
leaks during a re-roof of the building, and just gets better from there.
Cabinetmakers discuss the risk of salt air,
and suggest product choices
for a beachfront environment.
Fuji Spray features a video of the Mini-Mite
3X with powerful 3-stage turbine
motor, metal turbine case and non-bleed spraygun with stainless steel
components. To view the video, click
on the link below and scroll down to
Fuji's video link:
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