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  • garmtn
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    New To Ss

    Thanks 4 kind words. Looking forward to some interesting projects. Glenn

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  • CanadianScroller
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    Welcome aboard!
    All those tools, all the resources we have here....we can expect some great projects from you

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  • garmtn
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    New to SSing

    Just got a Delt SS and works great! With stand weighs a ton. Limited on space so made a "dolly" using heavy duty appliance rollers. Now I can roll it out to middle of my garage. I then spin a piece of 2x4 , thats under front leg and lower it . Now it won't move either. Anyone interested in plans can email me. They're free. Just another new tool I expect to get a lot use from. Collection includes 2 table saws, band saw, router table, plunge router, drill press, and the usual smaller power tools, all in a garage + work benches.
    Looking forward to this forum. Glenn

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