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Another Bright shop equipment…

Another Bright shop equipment…

01-15-2021 09:34 AM by LittleBlackDuck | 5 comments »

Boys and Girls, There have been a number of illuminating reviews made recently and I thought I’d shed some light on this workshop addition. Many of us possess some bargain basement cordless 18V Ryobi tools and if they are in anyway operational, you will have at least one battery and if you are not a total penny pincher, may even own a few extra ones,(just don’t leave on the charger… they charge and then run down). If you happen to own a 18V Ryobi battery, read on… If you ...

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Dries too fast

Dries too fast

01-10-2021 04:34 PM by EarlS | 9 comments »

Product Description Old Masters® Masters Armor™ water-based acrylic finish provides a beautiful topcoat with excellent clarity and durability. It is easy to apply, dries to the touch in just 30 minutes, and is ready for recoating after 1 to 2 hours. This means you can easily apply three coats in a single day. Lends a beautiful finishing touch to floors, cabinets, furniture, and almost any other type of interior woodwork. Available in flat, satin, semi-gloss and gloss sheens. Conclusion:...

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New little belt sander in the shop

New little belt sander in the shop

01-08-2021 09:36 PM by fivecodys | 14 comments »

My son got me this little guy for Christmas. I have only used for a few hours since I received it so my review is based on that limited use.The 1” wide belt works real well for small parts. My Ridgid EB4424 is a little rough on small parts.This unit was very easy to set up. Maybe 5 minutes to set up and square the tables. The tables are cheap light metal but then again, just for small parts so will probably be ok.I like the 5” disk for small parts as well.It’s pret...

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Rubio Monocoat Review

Rubio Monocoat Review

01-04-2021 07:44 PM by Andybb | 23 comments »

I posted a project that turned into a kind of a review about Rubio Monocoat so I am just going to post that part of it here as a review. It comes in colors. I used Pure (clear). so the rubio do you like it,or shall i say will you use it again.been thinking of trying it,or some of the hard wax finishes many have been talking about. - pottz Yes, I like it. As you probably know, the other popular wax finish is Osmo which has a little more sheen to it and is more labor intensive. The Rubio...

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Stellar Cut Quality and Carbide Tipped

Stellar Cut Quality and Carbide Tipped

12-30-2020 09:19 PM by pintodeluxe | 21 comments »

I was most impressed with my Resaw King blade. I had already been using Laguna ProForce blades, which I’m quite happy with for everyday work. This will be a great addition to the bandsaw blade stable. Variable tooth spacing for improved harmonics.Carbide tipped and resharpenable. Check out the video review for cut quality… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCCbmAoNyaY Cheers

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Great Potential, with Inconsistent Manufacturing

Great Potential, with Inconsistent Manufacturing

12-27-2020 07:04 AM by pintodeluxe | 7 comments »

Here is my video review of the Dewalt 7670 dado blade set. I also take a quick look at the Infinity Dadonator, and Ridge Carbide Dado Master blades. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWQvvVQBcnY&t=7s Thanks for watching. aka DW7670 DeWalt Dado set

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Functional, But Not Amazing Zero Clearance Insert (ZCI) for SawStop

Functional, But Not Amazing Zero Clearance Insert (ZCI) for SawStop

12-26-2020 08:44 PM by jayseedub | 4 comments »

*Update: I happened to stumble across the instructions for the ZCI on Infinity’s website—would have been nice if they’d included them in the box (yes, I double-triple checked the box, and they weren’t in there). It seems that my intuition largely aligned with the instructions—but I wish I hadn’t had to guess so much about how to install this correctly. I also was alerted to the presence of the two side set-screws which snug up the ZCI laterally (right to ...

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Cheaper for a reason...

Cheaper for a reason...

12-26-2020 07:39 PM by awsum55 | 19 comments »

A story about GluBot. I bought a GluBot a few years ago and couldn’t live without it. It was worn out, it needed a new tip and the tether on the cap was gone. I also wanted another for convenience and to have one for Tightbond 1 and Tightbond 2. I shopped online and found some that were half the price, so I bought two new ones. When they arrived I was disappointed. The bottle was made of stiffer plastic (much harder to squeeze), the caps were hard plastic (not silicone) without a tethe...

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Post Assembly Impressions--Even Before My First Cut!

Post Assembly Impressions--Even Before My First Cut!

12-24-2020 09:49 PM by jayseedub | 8 comments »

Just some initial reactions about this saw, now that it’s assembled and fresh in my mind: 1) It’s HEAVY. I don’t even have the cast iron wings—and it’s heavy in the box, heavy to carry in, heavy to install. Get it? It’s heavy. 2) The stamped steel extension wings are thin. Thinner than my old Ridgid 2412 from 20 years ago. Thin. But it doesn’t matter. Once they’re bolted to the fence system and the side extension table they feel thi...

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The Workbench Book

The Workbench Book

12-22-2020 03:59 AM by BillGo | 3 comments »

I was talking to someone on another channel and this book came up. I thought I would post a review of it here so more people could see it. I think this is a great reference book for workbenches. The author has done a great job researching the history, and background for how workbenches have been used through history, the purpose of them, and the important factors to consider when coming up with the perfect bench for your needs. Things like: – What kind of work you want to do ̵...

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