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  1. ✮ PADDLE SAFETY SWITCH FOR DELTA UNISAW •

    April 7, 2015 UPDATE: Drawings added to end of post for those who have this switch on their Unisaw. Here is my original switch for my Unisaw. To increase the safety factor on my tablesaw, I decided to add a "paddle" safety switch to my Delta Unisaw. It's a relatively simple solution...
  2. Blogs
    DIY Knee kick switch mod A good friend of mine lets me use his shop. One of the first things that I did was fashion a paddle for the On/Off switch. Here's a general picture of the switch on his TS: Feel free to ignore that electrical tape holding the front cover on. :) Hey, it works. A hole...
  3. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello all. I've been searching the forum to see if anyone else was having this issue but I didn't see anything similar. I've been trying to correctly wire a Grizzly paddle switch to my Craftsmen contractors saw. The motor on the saw, based on the label, is 1 1/2 hp, 120 volts and 13 amps...
  4. Hand Tools
    I've been exploring and using hand planes more and more over the last two years but could use advice on cambering the blade. I utilize a granite stone, sandpaper, and the Veritas honing gauge to sharpen my blades…and this method does get them 'scary sharp'. I have 'rescued' an old #5 I want...
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