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|11-13-2016 08:15 PM||
White oak wood countertop build - 2 replies
So I am that point in my kitchen re-model, to start building the countertops. I have both 4/4 and 8/4 quarter sawn white oak. My original thought, was to use the 4/4 wood, rip a bunch of a little over 1.5” and glue then up on edge. Sounds labor intensive. Now I am thinking, use the 8/4, mill it, glue them up. That way the each len...
|01-29-2012 07:27 AM||
Router table. How high is too high. - 6 replies
I came across a router table that I just had to build. Once it was all said and done the router top is 46” high. So much for detailed drawings, which I never use. Just a few notes and sketches in the binder. It”s just a tad too high? A quick fix would be to remove the swivel locking casters, and that would drop it down to ~41....
|01-09-2012 07:27 AM||
Tablesaw kick back, learnig perspective. - 23 replies
I was standing there minding my own business…........................................when I was attacked by my tablesaw.At least that is how it felt. My pride took a big hit as well as, my chest/abdominal area, just below diaphragm. I was helping my stepdaughter put the finishing touches on a pingball launcher. So, I was ripping a pei...
|12-06-2011 03:15 PM||
Router table build! - 3 replies
Getting ready to build the router table.First question, what would you build the top from? Have read MDF to 3/4” baltic birch as a choice. Sandwiched with high pressure laminate. Any thoughts or experiences? Cabinet base will be 13 ply, 3/4” baltic birch. I always have a few sheets on hand. Eric
|11-06-2011 09:07 AM||
Old hinge on kitchen cabinet door - 10 replies
So I am fixing a few kitchen cabinet doors for a friend. They are missing a few hinges.Has any one seen or know where I could buy hinges like you see in the picture?
|05-10-2011 04:33 PM||
CFW Engineering 3-axis router table - 0 replies
This router table tilts 0 – 90 degrees.The cross feed moves 1/16” with each turn. The indicator is accurate to 1/64”.This works like a standard router table, horizontal boring and whatever you can think of in between.Comes with a Porter Cable 690 base, but NO motor. Asking $225, plus shipping.
|02-03-2011 11:00 PM||
Advice on router table type - 4 replies
I have a shop that ~390 square feet.I received a router lift for christmas.So, question: Should I build a router table into right side of my Delta Unisaw or should it be a stand alone table?Building it into the right side of the table saw, I would have to ditch the draw with blade and safety add-on storage.I am looking for pros and cons to both...
|02-20-2010 02:58 PM||
Delta 'All-In' Rebate in review - 2 replies
Did anyone out there buy some Delta tools recently and use the Delta ‘All-In’ Rebate? It included tiers 1-3 depending on the amount of $$ you spent ($1,000 – $3,000 or more). Would like to hear the good and bad! My experience: Bought new Delta Unisaw (review to follow), Ambient Air Cleaner 50-875, Mobile Base and Zero...
|12-13-2009 02:38 PM||
To buy or not to buy a new table saw? - 29 replies
Just retired from the Air National Guard, after 26.5 years. Wife has given me the OK to purchase new Delta Unisaw. I like it and it is made in the USA!Do I need this saw? Can I get by with my Festool MTF and TS 55? Yes, I am a hypocrite when it comes to Festool. Is this too much saw for my needs?My new shop space is roughly 16’x20’. ...