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03-02-2015 09:10 PM

Looking for a riser block kit for a Steel City 50126 or Ridgid R474 bandsaw - 5 replies

These look to be the saw saw, I tried Steel City and was told that they do not have them and they can not get them either. Wondering if anyone has an idea as to where to look for one. I asked is the riser kit for one of their other saw was compatible and if not what was different. The Steel City riser block kit is 50126R. Anyone have a...

08-12-2014 04:16 PM

Does spraying on a finish waste a lot? Or is it just me? - 4 replies

I have only made a few pieces of furniture and I have, either used a rattle can or I sprayed on the finish. I have also sprayed on dye and also wiped on stain. On one item A small tv stand I sprayed on a dye, it was maple and I wanted it dark. I know it’s not the smartest way to do go. I am learning, slowly that is. I sprayed on a g...

01-08-2014 05:51 PM

Electrical question, running a couple of 120 line off of a 240 circuit - 7 replies

Break box is pretty much full and it’s a rats nest from the previous electricians and home owners, so I don’t want to mess with it right now. Eventually I will just replace the panel with something wire more space. In my garage I have 40 amp 240 line (8-3 wire, 3 conductors and a ground) for an air compressor. The compressor isn...

09-05-2013 08:05 PM

Airless handheld or HVLP (compressor not turbine) - 0 replies

I have never sprayed stains, dyes, or top coats. I have airbrushed a little and used an airless to spray latex. I have a tv stand that I made with maple, but would like to have a dark espresso finish. Yeah I know not the ideal choice, but it was what was easily available at the time to get. I have a General Finishes dye stain and clear t...

12-20-2012 08:45 PM

Question on dust collection when using a separator - 1 reply

I think this questions applies more to a shop vac and separator than a dust collector, but it may apply to both. Would it make sense to put a relief valve in between the point of dust collection and the separator? The reason I ask is that more separators rely on the velocity and centrifugal forces to separate the dust from the air. Most of ...


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