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01-02-2013 02:59 AM

If they can put a man on the moon, why can't they . . .? - 35 replies

My question has a couple of purposes. First is to inspire someone to design or invent a new tool or jig that will do something new or do it better. Second is to troll for ideas for something I might try to devise. Here are a few to start the discussion off: 1. Why have to choose between a right tilt or left tilt TS? Why not a saw that can til...

01-02-2013 02:56 AM

If they can put a man on the moon, why can't they . . .? - 4 replies

My question has a couple of purposes. First is to inspire someone to design or invent a new tool or jig that will do something new or do it better. Second is to troll for ideas for something I might try to devise. Here are a few to start the discussion off: 1. Why have to choose between a right tilt or left tilt TS? Why not a saw that can til...

12-15-2012 09:12 AM

Heads Up! - 1 reply

Check the Seattle C L——-Tools——-planer. The same outfit that sold me my Jet JJP12 HH (helical head) planer jointer combo has a new “scratch and dent” for $1895. That’s $95 more than I paid, but looks like it has a mobile base (I had to make my own).

12-04-2012 10:34 AM

Molding knives and manual for old Foley Belsaw? - 10 replies

I recently took a chance on an old Foley Belsaw 6” planer-molder (model 455) because I’ve been wanting a dedicaterd molding machine. Only paid $80 for it, so I figure I’m not out too much if I can’t make this work. I have no interest in using it as a planer, as I already have a good planer. The seller didn’t think i...

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