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    New to Framing - Creating Moulding on a Table Saw, Is it worth it?

    Hello everyone, First I would like to say thank you to everyone who participates in this site. I am new to framing and it has been a great resource!!! Apologies if this question has been answered before but I did a search and could not see it. Right now I work a full time job in corporate...
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    For Sale: Morso Foot Operated Guillotine Chopper

    Retiring antique dealer is selling off Morso Foot Operated Guillotine make / manufacturer: Morso Foot Operated Guillotine Morso Foot Operated Guillotine Chopper Includes 60 inch dimension table and 30" left table extension This unit is in Good Condition. Mfg. in Denmark. Framing, cutting...
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    For Sale: PISTORIUS double-miter saw: $950 obo

    Selling my old faithful Pistoriius MN100 double-miter frame saw. Retired and can't justify the room this good ol' workhorse takes up in the garage! Pistorius machines are built to last. Extra heavy duty cast iron and steel construction throughout. Beautiful, precision miters. These quality...
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    Reducing Tear-out

    Hello all, New to the forum here, looking for some advice or ideas on tearout reduction. We are currently using a Universal Machinery double mitre cutting system and are seeing a significant amount of tear out on most frame mouldings. We primarily use Arquati and Larson Juhl moulding. Any help...
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