In this issue:
This poster is in the process of purchasing a moving gantry
CNC and is trying to determine the proper vacuum pump for
his purchase. Follow the advice shared to see
if he can
narrow down a pump choice.
This small shop owner is curious to hear
from fellow shop
owners regarding gross dollar output per employee. Check
out the information shared.
Wood chip denting on S4S lumber and various profiles in
all wood is the problem at hand. Is it a dust collection or
planer issue? See if the advice shared can help solve
What's the best cabinet lift or jack for a one man shop?
Check out what folks share to help this curious shop owner.
This Tip Top Table was recently posted at
the Project Gallery:
Recent Additions to
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Second Generation Stairs
Barber Cabinet Company
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Woodworkers discuss methods for machining a very
deep edge profile onto a big, heavy countertop.
Some advice on acceptable precision in a moulder spindle.
A woodworker receives advice on equipment for producing
S4S stock in the shop.
A bandmill owner gets help troubleshooting a situation
with a cant rising off the sawmill bed while sawing the
last few boards.
Speed Sander features a demo of the Speedsander
widebelt. To view the demos, click on the link below
and scroll down to the Speed Sander video link:
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