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Newtown, CT, US
Nice house and a gorgeous door.
The brokerage fees spelled out in the link above seem reasonable to me. Maybe Grizzly has arranged for special rates.
Thanks Charlton. Was this your first experience with Grizzly? How much we're the brokerage fees, if I may ask?
I don't have any real suggestions, Ed. From my understanding, the 2005 rule only applies to new models, so even though your saw is relatively new it was likely introduced well before the new rule took effect. I'd call delta and ask what, if anything, can be done to make you saw safer.
Very nice! I love organized scraps.
Good question, Aroonstock.
Thanks for the help, Steve.
It's a good question, Chris. Besides a slab table, our only thought is you'd have to saw up these big hunks into something more manageable. Of course, the obvious advantage is that you'll have great color ad grain match with all your lumber coming from the same big board. Although I think it would be tough both physicaly and mentally sawing such a nice, big piece of material into something more-ordinary.
I think your blog posts are well-written and extremly interesting. The photography is great too. Keep up the good work!
I love that you used some salvaged material.
Thanks for the welcome, Chuck. My "shop" has been in Stowe, VT, so I know a little about New England winters. I'm hoping to work year round now. I have been trading the tools for cross-country skis during the cold weather.
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