Sicar woodworking 5 in 1 machine

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Blog series by Dutchy updated 08-04-2013 05:25 PM 4 parts 13799 reads 4 comments total

Part 1: Sicar woodworking 5 in 1 machine

05-05-2013 12:55 PM by Dutchy | 1 comment »

I have dismantled the hole machine and started rebuilding. First I painted the frame in a white color with blue doors My son started changing the electric system. When i bought the machine it was a 380 Volt, 3 phase machine. al the three motors are 3 KW. Problem I don,t have 3 phase at home. Only single phase. Therefore i had to use a converter. Before changing this was the situation: And know after starting changing it is: Substantially different i think. Thank you ...

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Part 2: Sicar woodworking 5 in 1 machine

05-12-2013 06:43 PM by Dutchy | 0 comments »

A liitle more about my Sicar. Last Friday it was the first time I used a welding machine. There was a part changed by the last owner. This part was of a very poor quality. See the picture below: I tried to order a new part by Sicar, but they were not be able to deliver me a new one. So I welded my own and below you can see the progress: I am satisfeid with it, but it is not yet finished. Next time more about this spare part. .............................. My son made som...

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Part 3: Riving knife

06-02-2013 03:14 PM by Dutchy | 2 comments »

Hello, The riving knife was gone. So i had to make a new one. But also the mounting plate was gone. I first started making a mounting plate. I made the plate adjustable so it is possible to make the riving knife in line with the sawblade. You can see it at the picture below. For good understanding there are 2 screws on each corner (you can,t see al the screws on the picture), one for pushing and one for pulling. I also made a poor mans riving knife. And this is the way I did it with...

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Part 4: Finished

08-04-2013 05:25 PM by Dutchy | 1 comment »

He is finished. And below there are a lot of pictures with little text! Top vieuw: With moulder unit on it: Changeover to saw machine is very easy. Her is a picture of the saw dust unit in resting position: Flip it over: And put extension on it: And dust hood: You can see the sawblade very good: And now as thichnesser: And jointer with europeen safety guard: The mortiser in rest position on wheels (I made a MDF stand for it) for easy transport. The mortiser tab...

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