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Now that's what I call "plain ole tinkin' outta da box"
don't use clamps or stop blocks...
for entertainment purposes only...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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LOL! You're bad, Stick!!
The daddy of all electric belt sander races...
"You stand over there and catch them as they come outta the sander."
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LOL! You're bad, Stick!!
The daddy of all electric belt sander races...
"You stand over there and catch them as they come outta the sander."
instead letting the sander fly...
launch the board...

call it a ''board distance throwing meet''...
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Wood Master equipment is Made in USA too.
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Hmmm... I like the floor sander idea. I am looking at helical planers in the 20" range. A friend with a wood shop is selling off his tools, so he has a nice sander, a huge table saw, router tables, dust collectors, etc. I am going to try to get some of his stuff from him. He is going through the Big-D and it all needs to go.

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Joe; yikes! Is he offering her as part of the package? "... and it all needs to go."
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I tore the padding off of one of the bench seats. It is apparently strips of solid oak that are laminated together like a cutting board. The plank is about 1-1/4" thick. I am not sure what to do with them. Cutting boards, I guess. What else?
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The foam was stuck down with some sort of adhesive. NOTHING will touch it. I tried paint thinner, mineral spirits, laquer thinner, acetone and even straight MEK. I couldn't even soften it for scraping off. What are my options now? I am afraid the adhesive will gum up a planer.

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Did you try a heat gun to soften it (and scrape it off)?
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maybe buy a 3 phase generator?. those are actually cheaper than a single phase, since not as many people use them!.. also, farms don't have 3 phase??..
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