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08-08-2020 02:46 PM

Woodpecker or Bowclamp Clamping Cauls - 0 replies

Hello, Recently received in my inbox an email from Woodpecker for pre-ordering of their phenolic clamping cauls. It looks like this was a One-Time tool back around 2012 that they are going to do another short run of. I really couldn’t find much info on the previous run but I did find one forum discussing them vs. Bowclamps with the majo...

06-24-2020 05:47 PM

Ergonomic Moving of Heavy Materials in Shop - 28 replies

Hello, I go in for back surgery tomorrow (my fifth since 2009) and I will most likely leave the hospital fused from T11 through S1. I am currently fused from L3-S1. I will admit that some, if not all, of my surgeries have been through stupidity on my part either in the shop or, when younger, out on the job as a Coast Guard vessel inspector. M...

06-01-2020 12:01 AM

For Sale: Vicmarc VM120 (Brand New) - 1 reply

Hello, i unfortunately purchased the wrong Vicmarc chuck several months ago. It would cost ~$60 to send back to Australia so I am going to sell it here. It is still in the box it came in as I am still setting up my shop and still have not even fired up my new lathe. I am asking $195 plus shipping from Houston, TX. Specs: 1 x VM120 Chuck...

05-31-2020 03:15 PM

Enclosing a Steel Building Lean-To - 4 replies

Hello, I have a 1500 sq. ft. insulated steel building that has a lean-to on it (about 10’ x 25’) that I am thinking on enclosing. My thought is to insulate it and then either pipe in my HVAC or to vent the adjoining wall so that I don’t end up with a sweat box. I won’t be able to put a door on the inside due to the dia...

05-01-2020 05:45 PM

Three-Phase Plugs/Receptacles HP Rating - 17 replies

Hello, I have some three-phase woodworking equipment (two of which are 7.5 HP) that I am powering through a Phase Perfect converter (picture below). The manufacturer recommended just using twist lock plugs/receptacles instead of hardwiring into a disconnect but said I could do either. I was on the Hubbell website looking at plugs and found...

04-08-2020 04:34 PM

Adequate Space Around Lathe? - 16 replies

As I have mentioned in a few other posts, I am currently running wiring, lights, etc. in a 1500 sq. ft. building that I am turning into a woodshed. Attached is a picture of a sectioned off area that I want to put my lathe in. The rectangle is to scale representing the overall footprint of the lathe. The headstock is on the open side of the room ...

04-05-2020 02:29 PM

Unistrut for Wiring Drop - 20 replies

Hello, I have several pieces of equipment that will need to be in the middle of the floor of my steel building shop and i would like to do ceiling drops for the power. I have read where people have used unistrut as their drop but the posts didn’t go into much detail or include pictures. I was wondering if I could simply through-bolt ...

02-12-2020 02:02 PM

Lathe Placement in Your Shop - 51 replies

Hello, I am currently working on setting up my shop and was wondering what different ways folks position their lathes. I have seen many pictures showing the lathe against a wall and, in most of the pictures, lathe tools hanging on the wall behind the lathe. Other pictures show the lathe a little more out in the room with a bench or full tool ...

01-27-2020 05:51 PM

Norfab and PVC - 7 replies

Good morning, I am in the process of laying out my 1500 sq. ft. shop. I either all ready own or have received my major pieces of equipment (sliding table saw, dust collector, planer/jointer combo, bandsaw, lathe, miter saw station) and am starting to think about dust collection ducting. I would love to do all Norfab but my shop fund is about ...

01-05-2020 11:26 PM

Looking for Steel Toe Tennis Shoes - 36 replies

Hello, Due to a recent hospital stay I am on blood thinners for the next year. Last week I was moving 3/4” tongue and groove ply around my shop for walls that I am constructing. I lost my grip on a sheet and the full weight of it landed on my foot. Fortunately there is nothing broken but, man, did it bruise like crazy. It would have anyway bu...

12-22-2019 12:24 AM

DC in Shop Layout - 12 replies

Hello, I am converting a 30’ x 50’ steel building to a wood shop and have a Felder RL160 dust extractor on order. My original thought was to put the unit back in the corner of the shop but I am starting to think that closer to one of the roll up doors towards the middle of the shop might be better for disposal of saw dust. I don’t think it wo...

12-18-2019 06:58 PM

Trademark Your Logo? - 4 replies

Hello, I was wondering if any of you who have started small businesses and trademarked your logo or name went through a trademark logo during the process? Merry Christmas!

06-13-2019 11:04 PM

Breaker Size and Wire Guage for Oversized VFD (or even RPC)? - 12 replies

Hello, This is primarily a question related to VFDs but “might” be applicable to RPCs. I frequently read on various forums about people who buy a VFD that is larger (sometimes 2 or 3 times larger) than is actually needed for the intended load. My question is if you bought a VFD that was double or triple the size of your connect...

06-07-2019 04:28 AM

Using a VFD w/ a Sliding Table Saw That Has Independent Main/Scoring Motors? - 19 replies

Hello, I am looking at purchasing a three-phase table saw for my shop but I only have single-phase power. The saws I am looking at typically have two, three-phase motors (a 7 hp main blade motor and a 1 hp scoring blade motor both with independent switches). I have been reading a lot about VFDs and want to go this route over a rotary unit ...

03-17-2019 07:10 PM

Sliding Table Saw Outrigger Fence for Miter Cuts - 1 reply

Hello, I was wondering how many of you with sliding table saws have (and use) your outrigger fence for angle cuts? I have seen some sliders where the fence is locked (bolted) at 90 degrees and does not have a way to change the angle between 0 and 45 degree Others I have seen have aluminum slots in the carriage that allow, by loosening a coupl...


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