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#1 posted 08-11-2010 07:08 PM

having read most of the comments in ref to the RIGID R4511 I can tell that the majority of the commentors
live a fair distance from salt water, that is Pacific, Atlantic or Gulf of Mex. I live in San Diego Co. five blks from
the beach. For the last twenty years I have been engaged in a conflict between my tools and the Pacific. In
order to keep my table saw, jointer, planer, band saw, drill press tables etc., looking like the day I bought and
assembled them it is necessary to devote at least 2 hrs a week with Nev-R-Dull, paste wax or some sort of silicone lub/sealant. If I will be away for any longer than 30 days it is necessary to “float” some sort of petroleum based sealer/solvent on all the flat surfaces. On more than one occasion after having been gone for far more than a month or so I have had to restore my maching tops to a shiny status using the most aggressive means starting with a scraper knive to remove the bulk and then continue with muricatic acid followed by emory cloth and cutting oil and going up through the grits.
At least 15 years ago the thought crossed my ming that a stone or masonary top would be the answer to
to this ongoing problem. I ‘m not only talking about my stationary equip. but every iron or mild steel tool or object in my shop from saw blades to framing squares. The only other option I can come up with to deal with
this problem is stainless steel.

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#2 posted 08-11-2010 09:43 PM

Welcome aboard. Nice that you could join us on Lumberjocks.

-- Wayne - Plymouth MN

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#3 posted 08-11-2010 10:35 PM

Glad to see that you have made LumberJocks a part of your Woodworking experience… Welcome

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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#4 posted 08-12-2010 03:07 AM

Welcome to Lumber Jocks! This is a great place to get – or give – advice about woodworking on the forums and the project posts are a wonderful source of new ideas. I look forward to seeing your projects and posts.

Please enjoy your membership.

-- Gary D. Stoughton, WI

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#5 posted 08-12-2010 03:18 AM

Welcome to Ljs a world wide community were there are great people,super projects and great woodworkers.Enjoy

-- wood crafting & woodworking classes

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#6 posted 08-12-2010 04:11 AM

Welcome to LJ’s…home of the world’s best Wood Workers.

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#7 posted 08-16-2010 07:41 AM

A1 Jims welcome wagon

Here is a list of links that might be helpful for new members
Posting photos
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Who to contact regarding Lumber jocks questions
Martin Sojka
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Finding information

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#8 posted 08-16-2010 02:22 PM

If you like working with wood, you’re in the right place. Welcome!

-- Bruce from Central New, if you'll pardon me, I have some sawdust to make.

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#9 posted 08-21-2010 09:01 AM

Welcome to Lumberjocks I hope you enjoy this site as much as I do, I’m sure you will.

-- Luke 23: 42-43

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#10 posted 08-30-2010 10:03 AM

Hi there,
Welcome to LumberJocks… I joined the site myself almost a year ago and will give you fair warning, this site is VERY ADDICTIVE, VERY EDUCATIONAL, and VERY FUN…. so sit back, enjoy the ride and learn from the other LJ’s as they are a group of extremely talented people that are also very friendly…

Enjoy your time here on LJ and pass the word to any of your woodworking buddies about us…


-- New Project = New Tool... it's just the way it is, don't fight it... :)

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