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    WTF is this?


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    gotta love a group buy, and little tube fans!
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    worth a re-post:

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    Photo is from 2006. You may heard of their fathers....


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    That must sound...interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zingo View Post
    you demoing those Jake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Tse
    Photo is from 2006. You may heard of their fathers....

    Julian Lennon and Dhani Harrison
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    My new miter saw and stand I made:


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    Is that a Bosch? I just bought a DeWalt, but wanted the Bosch. $600 was just too rich for my blood~

    They are SWEET, though
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    Something tells me that it's a Makita. Just a guess though. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Julian Lennon and Dhani Harrison
    Spittin' image of thier pops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNRabbit View Post
    Is that a Bosch? I just bought a DeWalt, but wanted the Bosch. $600 was just too rich for my blood~

    They are SWEET, though
    Look in the lower right corner of the pictures :)

    This one was $490 shipped. My local home depot has them, but theyre about $150 more expensive.

    Quote Originally Posted by maximillian View Post
    Something tells me that it's a Makita. Just a guess though. :P
    :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcoc321 View Post
    you demoing those Jake?
    Nope; just saw that picture. The creator claims its for his HT. WOW

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    Burgess Falls near Sparta TN. Lots of rain this winter makes for nice waterfalls. For perspective...notice the man in red standing at the edge of the pool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Burgess Falls near Sparta TN. Lots of rain this winter makes for nice waterfalls. For perspective...notice the man in red standing at the edge of the pool.

    WOW, that is an awesome shot! That really makes me want to get out of the office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted512 View Post
    Look in the lower right corner of the pictures :)

    This one was $490 shipped. My local home depot has them, but theyre about $150 more expensive.



    :p

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    Is that trash can on the left for dust control?

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    dual tables? carmaker? ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorcilantro View Post
    That's my kind of party. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximillian View Post
    Something tells me that it's a Makita. Just a guess though. :P
    that shi* had me grinnin' from ear to ear.:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by xj4094dg View Post
    Is that trash can on the left for dust control?
    You are correct my friend. It's my home-built cyclone separator. It goes inline with my dust collector and all the big chips fall to the bottom and stay out of the dust collector, while all the dust passes through and goes into the dust collector. Heres a pic of what you couldnt see in that picture:


    I still have quite a few odds and ends to order for the dust collector to get it all going.

    In the bench that you see in the picture in this post will have a 'floor sweep' on the bottom on the floor. Basically, open up the blast gate for that, then sweep everything into the floor sweep and it sucks it all up for me. On the same bench, I will have another blast gate directly under the light switch that i can hook up the flex tube too and connect it to my table saw or my miter stand if I happen to pull it out.

    There will be a 'work top sweep' on the other bench that you saw in the previous picture. Same idea as the floor sweep, but on the bench. Havent decided if I'm going to a dust extraction fitting over on that bench as thats where I will have my grinder/bench sander. I want to make some sort of wheel out router stand as well...but I'm not 100% on that yet. Might wait til I get a bad ass porter cable router or something...who knows. They make one that will attach to my current table saw, but it wouldnt be enclosed and I run into the same dust collection (or lack of) problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exalted512 View Post
    You are correct my friend. It's my home-built cyclone separator. It goes inline with my dust collector and all the big chips fall to the bottom and stay out of the dust collector, while all the dust passes through and goes into the dust collector. Heres a pic of what you couldnt see in that picture:


    I still have quite a few odds and ends to order for the dust collector to get it all going.

    In the bench that you see in the picture in this post will have a 'floor sweep' on the bottom on the floor. Basically, open up the blast gate for that, then sweep everything into the floor sweep and it sucks it all up for me. On the same bench, I will have another blast gate directly under the light switch that i can hook up the flex tube too and connect it to my table saw or my miter stand if I happen to pull it out.

    There will be a 'work top sweep' on the other bench that you saw in the previous picture. Same idea as the floor sweep, but on the bench. Havent decided if I'm going to a dust extraction fitting over on that bench as thats where I will have my grinder/bench sander. I want to make some sort of wheel out router stand as well...but I'm not 100% on that yet. Might wait til I get a bad ass porter cable router or something...who knows. They make one that will attach to my current table saw, but it wouldnt be enclosed and I run into the same dust collection (or lack of) problem.
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    Outstanding! I am very interested in this.....Please post any more pics/advancements in this technology. Nice setup.

    I F-ing HATE dust!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xj4094dg View Post
    Outstanding! I am very interested in this.....Please post any more pics/advancements in this technology. Nice setup.

    I F-ing HATE dust!
    I have a little of a build log in the random stuff thread on the car audio side.

    The dust collector is harbor freight. Theyre normally $249.95 but go on sale all the time for $179.95. Got a dust collector starter kit from them as well for $50.

    The rest of the dust collection stuff will be ordered off amazon and will be the woodcraft brand. Heres a link on how to make the dust separator
    http://www.woodcraft.com/Articles/Ar...?articleid=408
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorcilantro View Post


    dual tables? carmaker? ugh.
    I thought those ports looked familiar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Burgess Falls near Sparta TN. Lots of rain this winter makes for nice waterfalls. For perspective...notice the man in red standing at the edge of the pool.

    OMG! I grew up in Sparta!! Do you live there?

    I've been to Burgess Falls a bazillion times. Great shot~
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNRabbit
    OMG! I grew up in Sparta!! Do you live there?

    I've been to Burgess Falls a bazillion times. Great shot~
    No...Knoxville. I was just there for the morning.

    Thanks.

    Here is the Middle Falls...



    Then went to Black Mtn. at Crab Orchard.



    Met some kids doing some rock climbing while I was there...lots of great rock formations in the area.

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    Steve, all your pictures are magnificent!!!

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