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Other Tools & Accessories / Rockler Mortise Glue Applicator
« Last post by ChuckM on Yesterday at 11:21 PM »
Did anyone ever try or use the Rockler mortise glue applicator for Dominoes? Work?
 
https://www.amazon.com/CECOMINOD053661-Rockler-Glue-Applicator-Set/dp/B00EA1KL0O
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Other Tools & Accessories / Re: Seeking quality non-Centrotec bits
« Last post by rvieceli on Yesterday at 11:07 PM »
Richard - Wera makes a brad point in 1/4 inch hex. You need to use a wire detent holder though. Individual pieces seem to be out of stock currently but the set is in stock. Metric only.

https://www.kctoolco.com/wera-104653-wood-twist-drill-bits-and-bits-set/

Here are some others you might find interesting:

WERA metal stubbies

https://www.kctoolco.com/wera-104652-metal-twist-drill-bits-and-bits-set/

This looks to be a combo drill/tap set

https://www.kctoolco.com/wera-104651-set-combination-drill-bits-set/

Taps

https://www.kctoolco.com/wera-104654-tap-bits-set/

Ron

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Festool Tool Reviews / Re: OSC 18 (Cordless Vecturo) Feedback
« Last post by blaszcsj on Yesterday at 10:37 PM »
It is a beast. love it.
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Manufacturers that recommend de-tensioning should be adding auto switch. You can't start the saw unless it is tensioned. One could probably DIY it too.

I've thought about doing that. Doesn't seem too complicated to implement.
Just a limit switch. My 36" fay and egan 950 has one on the top tension assembly. It's more the shut machine off if a blade breaks though.

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Other Tools & Accessories / Re: Milwaukee 12V CXS Copy
« Last post by Bob D. on Yesterday at 10:02 PM »
Interesting, I wonder if the same could be done with the Bosch FlexClic.

Looked into it this afternoon but it won't work on my Bosch FlexClic, the shaft is way too short to even think of grinding down a Centrotec chuck to fit.
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Other Tools & Accessories / Re: De-tension bandsaw blades when not in use?
« Last post by Bob D. on Yesterday at 10:00 PM »
Manufacturers that recommend de-tensioning should be adding auto switch. You can't start the saw unless it is tensioned. One could probably DIY it too.

I've thought about doing that. Doesn't seem too complicated to implement.
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Festool Tools & Accessories / 2020 Price Increase
« Last post by schtumpig on Yesterday at 09:57 PM »
“The profit on tools comes from the using”

- From a chinese fortune cookie

But it is good to know the CMS is increasing in cost. As someone said they are discontinuing the CMS in Europe so I would expect it to go away in the USA.

I am planing on buying a CMS-GE soon so thanks for saving me $40


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Finishing and Painting / Re: Kem Aqua plus black
« Last post by tjbnwi on Yesterday at 08:54 PM »
Rather than edit---again.

Any items you're going to spray that has any type of raised edge or profile needs to be blown off with compressed air prior to damp wiping. The dust in the corners and seams is almost impossible to get out any other way.

WEAR SAFTEY GOOGLES AND YOUR RESPERATOR WHEN BLOWING THINGS OFF!!!!

Always spray edges first.

Tom

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Festool Wish List / Re: Domino Insertion Pliers
« Last post by StevoWevo on Yesterday at 08:25 PM »
So I’m new to the domino and maybe I’m doing things in a not so smart way. So let me know. I was using a small dewalt clamp with the rubber grips to pull the stuck ones at first. You can rock it slightly sideways to get them started coming out. Works OK without damaging any parts but a little time consuming.
 Last week I started sanding a few down and colored the ends with a sharpie so I can use them for test fitting. I haven’t had to deal with a glued one yet but I’m sure there will be a liberal amount of cussing applied when that happens
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