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|09-19-2013 02:54 AM||
New concept for Leg Vise: Can this work? - 4 replies
I just cant get over this picture i saw recently. I’ve been reworking my leg vise (for the 3rd time) and came across this.. Why wouldn’t this work for a leg vise. I already have the 3/4 – 6 acme rod, nuts, bushings, sprockets and chain needed. can ANYONE give me a reason why it wouldn’t work for a leg vise? ...
|02-29-2012 02:54 PM||
sorry to vent but this drives me nuts; After market fences are priced INSANE! to get a 52” Biesemeyer fence, ill need to shell out well over $450, with shipping. Yet i can get one ON a saw that costs $1400. http://www.grizzly.com/products/10-3HP-220V-Cabinet-Table-Saw-with-Long-Rails-Riving-Knife/G0691 There is NO way you can ...
|02-25-2012 04:32 PM||
I’ve been doing my reading and amassing parts to build a shop made drum sander, when suddenly i had an interesting idea:”why not making a duel drum sander?” Having a 2 grit step down seemed very logical, since i was planning on using it to save me time sanding, not really for planing down stock. I have yet to see anyone mak...
|01-25-2012 06:51 PM||
Oneway Talon chuck key replacement - 1 reply
I have a Oneway talon chuck on my delta midi-lathe. bought it used. It didn’t come with a chuck key. None of the retail woodworking stores sell replacements. You have to go through the factory and they want almost $40!! for a dang chuck key!! Anyone ever lost one and found a Jacobs brand (or other) replacement that worked fairly w...
|01-21-2012 05:09 PM||
dog hole plugs? - 5 replies
i’m designing a “real” work bench. I’m making the top a torsion box design with dog holes in it. I use my bench for everything so it gets dirty and constantly has small parts on it. Anyone come up with an inexpensive way to plug the dog holes when not in use, so i don’t end up filling them up with junk? I...