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03-25-2014 09:09 PM

viewing workshop problem - 3 replies

I like to look at the projects people post and then go to their workshop and see what they have to work with. What I do is, view the project, click on users name, click on home, then workshop. When I do that I get: “Oops! Application error occurred while processing this page. Email has been sent to us with the error report. We will try ...

03-25-2014 05:14 PM

Blade to miter slot problem - 4 replies

Hey folks, I have grizzly 1022z contractor saw. I built a crosscut sled for it and have noticed that the kerf is too wide. So, I double checked the blade to the miter slot, and sure enough it was out by nearly 1/8”. No, problem. I took the top off and went through the alignment procedure in the book, but ran into a snag. I ran out of ad...

03-16-2014 05:39 PM

Jointer knife sizes - 3 replies

I recently bought a used Jet J-6csx jointer. It looks like the previous owner probably hit a nail because there is a nick in all three blades approx 3/32 wide by something just over 1/64 deep. It’s more than I can take out by hand so I am having them sharpened professionally. In the meantime, I want to purchase a spare set of knives to hav...

03-12-2014 06:01 PM

New (to me) planer and jointer - 7 replies

After purchasing a TS from a fellow LJ member, I have been on the hunt for a planer and jointer. I finally found both for sale on CL. I picked them up this morning. After seeing them run and perform, I made the deal. Neither are new, but both are in great shape and seem to work great. What I got was: Ridgid 13002 planer (the original replacem...

03-05-2014 12:34 PM

Dovetail help - 11 replies

I’m getting ready to start my first ever woodworking project and I have a couple of questions. The project in question is the entire reason I’m getting into woodworking…a sewing box for the wife. It will be a three level cantilevered design.My first question involves the dovetails. I really like the look of hand cut dovetails a...

03-02-2014 10:03 PM

Rigid planer possible ID? - 5 replies

Hi folks, I’ve been in the market for a thickness planer for awhile now and finally found one on CL. Owner claims it to be a 13 1/2” 2 blade Rigid. He says he can’t find the model number, but states the planer works great. He’s asking $175 which includes a stand he made for it. He isn’t able to upload pics, so I ...

02-15-2014 01:42 PM

Hidden surprises for the new woodworker - 8 replies

As a new woodworker I have been doing a lot of reading lately. I’ve built larger projects for the wife, such as a gazebo, cedar yard swing and the like, with pretty good results for the tools I have, which are mostly carpentry tools; circular saw, framing nailers and the like. But that’s not really woodworking; it’s carpentry. Now that I’m de...

02-02-2014 12:45 PM

Rusty saw table - 18 replies

Hi folks. My first post here. I’m in the process of putting together a small woodshop, strictly hobbyist stuff for the wife; cabinets, sewing boxes etc, etc…just trying to keep her happy. First on the list is a table saw. At first I was looking at the Rigid R4512, but all to many owners complain of alignment issues, then I star...


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