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06-02-2019 05:05 PM

Using Dust Stopper with 6 inch jointer. - 1 reply

I’ve been using a 16 Gal.11 amp vac on a 13” planer (4” down to 2.25 with a 10’ hose) with great results. Very little filter clog. My new 6 inch jointer will plug the filter much quicker and firmer than the planer ever has with a lot less of the same type woods. Am I going to help the vac by installing a Dust Stopper? ...

01-01-2019 04:46 PM

Dewalt DW6913 router edge guide - 0 replies

Has any figured out what the graduation marks on the adjustment dial indicate? Are they 1000th of an inch or some other fraction. No instructions with mine and on line searches have been fruitless. Even Dewalt couldn’t help! All their techs are gone until 1/7/19!Thank you for your time. —You’re never late untill you get there.

04-14-2018 12:39 AM

Self centering bits - 14 replies

I’m looking for self centering bits (1/4” and 5mm). Just plain old self centering bits to drill holes for shelf pins. Nothing fancy or real expensive.Can some one direct me to a simple place to buy these. Rockler and Amazon have left me confused. Maybe I don’t understand the size numbers #4 #6 #8 etc)Thank you for your time.

02-22-2018 06:59 PM

Cutting 1/4" steel rod with band saw - 13 replies

Would it be safe to cut 1/4” steel rod to size with a 14 TPI blade on a band saw?

12-20-2017 01:58 AM

Using planer at cold temperatures - 6 replies

I read that a lunchbox planer should not be used below 30 degrees F.I fired up my Delta 22-590 when it was 45 outside but probably below 30 in the corner of my unheated garage. The temps had been below 30 all nights and most days so the machine was cold.1/2 inch stock fed just fine but same width 3/4 would not go. This machine was new last sprin...

12-17-2017 09:25 PM

A Weighty Question - 6 replies

Posted this in wrong forum before.I’ll try it here.Rating these heaviest to lightest how would you list the following?All will be the same size and 3/4” thick.1. Birch plywood 2. Melamine 3. MDFThank you for your time. —You’re never late until you get there.

12-17-2017 05:26 PM

A Weighty Question - 1 reply

Rating these heaviest to lightest how would you list the following?All will be the same size and 3/4” thick.1. Birch plywood 2. Melamine 3. MDFThank you for your time.


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