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07-04-2018 01:33 AM

Best method to sell equipment - 11 replies

Am in the process of selling a fairly limited-interest woodworking item (Taig miniature lathe). Currently have a Craigslist entry but as that site is quite wide-ranging in what it sells and most are not specific to the woodworking crowd (so limited viewers who may be interested), I am wondering if anyone knows of a buy/sell site that is more woo...

02-04-2018 09:17 PM

Warped boards - 9 replies

I am in the process of building new kitchen cabinets (solid maple face frames and doors, pre-finished 3/4” maple plywood carcass). So far, have cut all plywood for upper and lower and have completed the upper cabinets/face frames. I cut and glued the upper doors (glass panels yet to be installed), but yet to apply finish. The lower plywood...

01-24-2018 03:42 AM

Another throat plate post - 3 replies

Happened to stumble across a Youtube video (funny enough, while searching for a completely different topic) that I ended up watching through its entirety. Never heard of this guy before, but perhaps others have seen him. The video is titled (don’t know how to post a link) “How to Make Professional Grade Flat Panel Cabinet Doors...

11-28-2017 01:22 AM

Dust Collector Hose - 9 replies

I just purchased a 4in x 10ft hose (Dustfx brand) for my dust collection system. The hose is flexible clear polyurethane, with a copper wire that is embedded within the material of the hose, at least for structural integrity. The hose is a CWI brand and was purchased directly from the store. The website description of the hose states there is...

08-11-2017 02:47 AM

Throat insert question - 15 replies

Good day, I have just purchased a new table saw (CWI Stallion) and have a question about the OEM throat plate (that I thought would have been an easy-to-find answer – but no) that I am hoping someone can answer. For ease of explanation, I will refer to the end of the plate nearest the operator as the bottom and the opposite end as th...


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