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11-02-2020 09:12 PM

Supermax Drum Sanders - 20 replies

I’m torn between the Supermax 16-32 and 19-38 and would like to hear your opinion and reasoning.Here are somethings that possibly should be considered16-32 is cast Alum and 19-38 is cast ironThe net cost increase of the 19-38 over the 16-32 is almost $500The 16-32 includes the DRO and for the 19-38 it is an extra $110 (I included this in t...

10-26-2020 04:39 PM

Drum Sanders questions/issues - 24 replies

I have found several postings regarding drum sanders but so far I have not found answers to questions I have.I currently have a Delta Drum Sander 31-255X and I’m far from happy with it. However, I’m about to make some changes/upgrades to it and hopefully, it will resolve my issues. Often as I’m sanding the drum will stop ro...

08-15-2020 04:12 PM

For Sale Harvey Gyro G700 Dust Collector - 6 replies

I’ve decided to sell my new Harvey Gyro G700 dust collector. It is new but it is not the dust collector for me. It is located in Oak Island NC and available for pick up only. I’m firm on the price at $2450 or higher if there is a bidding war. The machine weighs about 500 lbs thus you will need four strong guys to load it or a ramp th...

08-12-2020 03:26 PM

CRAFTSMAN 119.224000 Owner's Manual - 0 replies

Does anybody have a CRAFTSMAN 119.224000 Owner’s Manual in PDF format that has clear pictures and text?I downloaded a PDF from a website but the images are just about worthless and much of the text is very poor. So far I have not found a good file on the internet and several of the sites I attempted to go to were blocked by my antivirus ap...

07-29-2020 02:55 PM

Fraction Calculator Plus app - 13 replies

Finally, an easy way to work with fractions! Here is the Google Play Store link, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digitalchemy.calculator.freefraction&hl=en_US there is also an Apple version. You can get either the free or Pro version for $2.99, the developer website is https://www.digitalchemy.us/ BTW I just use the app ...

06-23-2020 10:26 PM

Bandsaw Fence Hanger - 3 replies

If I leave the fence on my bandsaw in place on the table, I’m constantly running into the lockdown handle. If I take it off and place it somewhere in my shop the next time I need it I cannot find it. So I made a simple hanger with some scrap Baltic Birch plywood that solved both issues for me. First I glued a 1/4” piece to a piece th...

06-19-2020 07:07 PM

Band Saw Dust Collection is the PITS >> Solution - 4 replies

Anybody that has a bandsaw knows that the dust collection is the pits. The good news is that it can be solved. I watch several “solutions” on YouTube but the one I liked best was by Rob Cosman, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut_tqnqrRww&t=32s Because each bandsaw is different you will have to experiment and determine what...

05-19-2020 05:21 PM

Dust Collector, CV1800 vs Oneida Supercell - 41 replies

I’m looking at the CV1800 with the 16” impeller and the Oneida Supercell dust collectors and would appreciate your comments. I have a 17×55 shop with an adjoining 23×28 area. The two rooms are accessible via a 13 1/2’ x 10 1/2’ opening. Later I may wall off this opening and install an oversize barn-door. Current...

03-21-2020 05:28 PM

Source for 5" Casters - 12 replies

I’m in the process of building some pullout cabinets and need a reasonable source for some 5” or 6” rigid casters.1. I plan to use four rigid casters per cabinet2. Depth is 24 7/16”3. Width is 35”4. Height of cabinet without wheels is 98”5. Estimated total weight 500-700 LBS. Empty the cabinets weigh about 120 LB...

10-04-2019 03:35 AM

Grizzly G0458Z - 18" 1-1/2 HP Open-End Drum Sander w/ VS Feed - 3 replies

Does anyone have this unit? I have a Delta Drum Sander 31-255X which is somewhat similar and is the PITS! Lately, I’ve had a LOT of issues raising and lowering the table. The major difference between the Delta and the Grizzly is the Delta uses a belt and plastic gears to raise/lower the table. The Grizzly uses sprockets/chain. If you have the Gr...

02-24-2018 12:39 AM

Hammer A3 31 Planer/Joiner Adjusting the joint - 5 replies

Last week I picked up my A3 31 at the DE warehouse. Because I have a lot of things on my plate, I’m still in the process of setting up and trying to understand the darn manual. I’, confused about “Adjusting the joint”, see sectin 8.3 in the manual, it states:The receiver-side of the planer table is set so that with a work...

09-23-2017 03:32 PM

Bosch REXX vs SawStop JSS-MCA - 4 replies

I’m considering replacing my Dewalt 10 Woodworker’s Table Saw with 30 Rails – DW746X with either the Bosch REXX or SawStop JSS-MCA and looking for suggestions. I’m leaning toward the REXX mainly because if the safety is triggered all you do is replace the cartridge or reverse it. In the SawStop it is necessary to replace ...

07-14-2016 09:02 AM

Install new measurement tape on DW746 table saw - 7 replies

I’ve ordered from Oregon Rule Co > http://www.oregonruleco.com/Fract_Metric.htm a new tape (actually two tapes, one right-left and left-right, PN FMN-Y050L-TC) tapes for my DW746. Normally the tape has a white background but for an extra $5 they made it yellow. Total cost was $25.30I’m replacing the existing tape with a tape that ha...

07-13-2016 11:09 PM

Finding all of my post - 4 replies

How do I find all of my post? Often I want to revisit a post I’ve made or a thread I’ve posted in but I don’t see any easy way to find my post. Am I missing something?

07-12-2016 08:45 AM

Strait-Line X3 Professional Laser Level - what am I doing wrong - 15 replies

OK what the heck am I doing wrong. I have the Strait-Line X3 Professional Laser Level for several years but never used it. I’m about to hang a curtain support for my lathe and thought using the laser would help. I measured between my door and sink (this is where the curtain must hang on one side of my lathe) about 14 cm and made a mark at ...

07-11-2016 04:04 AM

Air Compressor Upgrade - 9 replies

As we all know an Air Compressor can make a lot of noise. Originally mine was setting in an open corner and because the noise was a bit loud I enclosed a corner and placed the unit behind a closed door. This really reduced the noise but recently I was using various air tools a lot and checked on the compressor, WOW was it warm behind the doo...

05-22-2016 09:03 AM

Air Cleaner Questions - 36 replies

Lately I’ve been turning very dry Mesquite and it has generated a LOT of DUST! The entire shop (2-car garage) has dust on everything. Thus I decided it was time to try and resolve this issue. Currently the lathe dust is my major issue. BTW when sanding a turned piece very fine dust is created. I have another project on the list to help wit...

05-08-2016 03:57 PM

Dust collection for my Nova DVR 3000 lathe area - 3 replies

I started the following in the thread at http://lumberjocks.com/topics/100962#reply-2712378 but thought it might be best to start a new thread. Thus most of the following is a repeat and I’m looking for more feedback. Following is a SketchUp of my shop and the planned run for the DC. Originally I was considering the Norfab ducting and c...

06-01-2015 07:22 AM

Another dust collection pipe question - 26 replies

I’ve read tons of post regarding dust collection and still remain somewhat confused, thus I have a question regarding pipe size for my shop.I have a Grizzly G1029Z2 2 HP Dust Collector and per the spec sheet it has an air suction capacity of 1300 CFM. I also has a 6” port on the intake of the impeller unit. I completely modified the ...

11-06-2014 03:47 PM

Need instructions to change drive belt on Nova 3000 - 2 replies

I have a Nova 3000 lathe and need to replace the broken drive belt. Does anybody have instructions for such. It is not obvious. I have a PDF of the manual and it does not describe how to change the belt. I’ve also searched for instructions but have not found any. On the left side of the headstock there is a handwheel that I don’t ...


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