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  1. The machine looks awesome, and nice project on...

    The machine looks awesome, and nice project on it. I've only ever seen another of those in a well-known fine furniture & yacht furniture builder -- he had a version of that Wadkin with ~ 2' x 4'...
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    Sound thinking, but maybe the effect takes place...

    Sound thinking, but maybe the effect takes place within the lash of the whole system (gears, interface between SQ drive & socket, etc...)
  3. John.K, I've never heard something that sounds...

    John.K, I've never heard something that sounds more Australian.
  4. Followed this thread closely, as I have 15-plus...

    Followed this thread closely, as I have 15-plus years experience as a professional woodworker, AND ALSO experience using "garage tools" to get the job done.

    All the advice about flat smooth table...
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    What about, forget about the wrench --- How about...

    What about, forget about the wrench --- How about a custom nut shaped to fill the void / key into / jam against the "V" shaped recess?
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    That sounds like a really majestic plate. I...

    That sounds like a really majestic plate.

    I think you'd be safe with progressively deeper cuts using a skillsaw (with a really good fence clamped) ----- as long as you blocked up the center...
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    McMaster-Carr...

    McMaster-Carr

    not perfect, but maybe?
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    Sounds like the performance is impressive; the...

    Sounds like the performance is impressive; the 110V outlets could be really useful to the right customer.

    I read a press release that indicated the battery, fully charged, could run your house for...
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    Or a Hammond Glider?

    Agreed, a sled on table saw with the appropriate blade would be great.

    Or even better ---- find a Hammond Glider sliding table saw. From what I understand, developed for trimming lead type...
  10. Open up the clearance and use one of these:...

    Open up the clearance and use one of these: McMaster-Carr

    at the bottom. retain with loctite or set screw in the DOM, or collar on the solid rod.
  11. I think you want one of these: DE-STA-CO 351-R...

    I think you want one of these: DE-STA-CO 351-R Pull Action Latch Clamp: Toggle Clamps: Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific

    Rivet or screw to a flat piece of spring steel, formed piece of flat bar,...
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