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  1. chueyjose
    09-29-2015 01:58 PM - permalink
    chueyjose
    Thanks. Do you still use that jig?
  2. chueyjose
    09-29-2015 10:53 AM - permalink
    chueyjose
    Hey.. I was wondering how you set up the jointer jig for your table saw.?? Does the out feed side actually touch the blade? Is it supposed to be flush against it? Thanks for your anticipated help. When I try to run a board through once it gets to the out feed side I can't really push it through..
  3. jeffsw6
    12-17-2012 09:24 PM - permalink
    jeffsw6
    I noticed you have an R4512 table saw. Have you had any trouble heeling the blade / trunnion assembly so it is squared with the miter slot / fence? Do you remember the most you've ever had to move it?

    I think HD has sold me a SECOND defective R4512 as the trunnion mounting holes in my first one were too far out of spec to get it straight, and the replacement saw is pretty far off "out of the box," more than 1/8". Seems like a lot to me but I haven't loosened up the trunnion on this one to try to adjust it yet. Kinda suspicious of it in advance.
  4. vortex
    03-11-2012 11:54 PM - permalink
    vortex
    Hi,

    I came across your Thien Baffle thread while searching on how build one using a 5 Gallon bucket. I have a few questions, and I hope you will be able to help me out.

    In your post, you mention that a 2.5" hose will fit inside a 2" elbow; I am having a hard time understanding how that is possible. Also, where did you get your PVC fittings? After looking at your post, I went to the local hardware store and got really confused by all the different types of PVC fittings that are available. If you have list of fittings to buy for this design, can you please post it?

    I would highly appreciate your help on this.

    Thanks!
  5. jackyl0568
    02-25-2012 08:23 PM - permalink
    jackyl0568
    I am a new member her and was fasinated with the dust collector cover you made. Would you happen to have a more detailed plan I am interested in making one for myself.
    Thanks
  6. ChiknNutz
    04-26-2011 06:43 PM - permalink
    ChiknNutz
    I just registered on their site earlier today. I saw that they had it for $549 and then it showed as $470 "with applicable discounts" or something, but I never could figure out how to make those discounts applicable 8-s Thanks for the heads up, I'll look into doing that at Sears. You mentioned a Friends & Family event coming up where it might be cheaper still...or is the $470 as cheap as it'll go you think?

    -Chris
  7. Mr Mac
    04-26-2011 07:47 AM - permalink
    Mr Mac
    That saw is again on sale for $470 as I type this. If you get that SYWR card then that is the price you'll pay. Trust me, the best/easiest way to get it is by having the sales associate at the store ring it up as a price match.

    I am also an active member of the Craftsman Community (no, I don't get paid to promote them or Sears) come by and say hi!

    Mac

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    Ridgid R4512 Table Saw, 12" Compound Miter Saw, EB4424 Oscillating Sander, R4330 Planer | Bosch 1617EVSPK Router, 1591EVSL Jigsaw, PB360S Power Box | JDS Air-Tech HP air cleaner | Rikon 70-050VS Mini Lathe | Supermax 25-50 Drum Sander | Grizzly 14" bandsaw (Laguna LT14 clone), G1061Z 1HP Buffer | ShopFox Cyclone DC | SO3 XXL CNC router

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