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I made this and really liked it, but did I couldn't find the ingredient quantities and just had to guess at the proportions.
Thanks for your reply. Personally, I believe a little longer would be better. (6 - 8 seconds) This gives the dust collector enough time to clear out any remaining debris in the lines.
Very good instructable and a great idea! Could this be modified to run the dust collector for 5-10 seconds after the main tool is shut off? Thanks!
This is a common problem. Make sure you are using a sharp blade with the correct number of teeth. You want about 3 teeth in the wood, so for 3/4" stock, use a 10 or 12 tpi skip tooth blade. Also make sure your blade is properly tensioned and is tracking well. Finally, go slow and use a steady feed rate. Let the blade do its job. Hope this helps!
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One reason is because working with our hands is not necessarily about "having" something. It's about the process and, for me, an escape from a high tech day job. If you want something, go to a big box store and buy it. It will take far less time than building it and be cheaper, too. I am not a professional woodworker, so I'm not under time constraints and happen to enjoy creating furniture by hand in a quiet, dust-free shop. Kudos to the original poster - nice work!
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