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I just bought the CT 26 E HEPA dust extractor along with the "Universal Cleaning Set D 36 UNI-RS-Plus" and now I'm wondering if they are not compatible.  I haven't received the items yet.  Can anyone please confirm for me?  Thanks!

Ryan
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Classifieds / LS-130, PS-420, ETS-125
« Last post by prestonvisser on Today at 11:01 PM »
Hello FOG Community. 

I have acquired a few extra tools that I need to sell to support some other tools I am hoping to get.  If you are open to trading the RAS 115, the ETS EC 150/3, or the T18/C18, I'd be very happy to work with you (including making up any difference in value). 

1) LS-130: I ended up with two of these.  This one that I am selling was advertised as new, but I would like to list it as lightly used.  I tested it out for a few minutes.  I do not have the owner's manual for it, and I do not know about any warranty.  This LS-130 includes the 90 degree pad and the flat pad along with 10 granat sheets.  This list price is $430.  Current price = $300 with shipping included (continental US only) if you pay the PayPal fee. 

2) PS-420: I ended up with the cordless version as well, so I'm selling this corded version.  It appears very lightly used.  It has the manual, but I am not sure about any warranty on it.  It includes a couple of extra splinter guards.  List price is $390.  Current price = $275 with shipping included (continental US only) if you pay the PayPal fee.

3) ETS 125: I ended up with the Pro-5 version.   I'm not sure how old this sander is, but it appears to be in nice shape and the pad is in good condition.  I think the current list price on these is $200.  Current price = $100 with shipping included (continental US only) if you pay the PayPal fee. 

If there is more than one person interested in purchasing the tool(s), I will move in order of who messages first, but if someone is offering a trade, I will consider that first.  This forum has been a great place for me to acquire some quality tools, and I hope that these tools serve some others well. 

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My fiancee (I call her wife but really we got engaged a few months ago, getting married in May of next year) needs a place to store her jewelry, going to try my hand at finer woodworking - smaller and thinner boards.

Up until now it's been mostly larger (ish) projects.

Put the first few hours in this morning - glue drying, more to come this week.

Matt



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Member Projects / Re: [Project 10] Garden Sign Stand for Wife
« Last post by mattbyington on Today at 09:31 PM »
Ah sorry team. Still had some trouble uploading.

Matt
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Sales & Dealer Area / Re: Free Tools - really!
« Last post by Dick Mahany on Today at 09:28 PM »
All this time, I thought Mr Rob Lee was just having fun with us.................until I saw this little gem inside the 1986 Lee valley catalog from Leonard Lee.  Obviously over 30 years of taunting us  [big grin]

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I’ve read this thread a couple of times and, except for gaining a few inches of cutting depth, why would one want to use a back fence?
Stops stuff from falling down the back of the table.
Also it's easier to slide stuff into position, compared to dogs (YMMV on this).
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Does anyone remember waiting with much anticipation for the new Lee Valley catalog almost 30 years ago?  I found this interesting cover and commentary from Leonard Lee.  After his somber message inside this cover, just look where they have gone.  I do remember those blue dots  [smile]

I do know that they went back to the late 70's but I was a mere kid and awaiting the draft ,and a starving student then so those catalogs were out of reach for me then  [wink]
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Hand Tools / Re: Veritas Marking Gauge
« Last post by RKA on Today at 08:40 PM »
I like this one!  I’ve got the one with the centered rod in the round base, my only gripe is i want more surface area on themarking gauge.  I have a tendency to tip it over the edge. 
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Other Tools & Accessories / Re: Cabinet Saw Movers?
« Last post by ben_r_ on Today at 08:22 PM »
Whats the measurement of the base? If the SawStop ICS mobile base will work you wont find anything better quality than that for the money.
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I make my living with wood.  Most of it not glamorous or worthy of posting here.  I wish that any work I did was accurate to within 7 /1000’s of an inch in 22 inches.  Not bashing or making fun but rather just being honest with no malice intended.

Peter
Yep, I hear ya. And I wasn't complaining or praising, just merely stating the fact I found.
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