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|02-13-2017 12:07 AM||
Excalibur Router Table extension - 0 replies
I have a Bridgewood sliding, cast iron router table that I really like except that it takes up a lot of room, and it won’t accept a lift. So, I decided to replace it with a left-side table saw extension. I selected the Excalibur #40-070EK and an Incra Woodpeckers router lift. I chose the Excalilbur because it came with a set of folding ...
|01-14-2017 09:29 PM||
new saw - 3 replies
Scored a Hawk scroll saw last week off of Craig’s list. Practically new. Super nice, accurate cutting. Built a blade holder for it today using “baby pop bottle” plastic test tubes. It swings under the saw, out of the way when not in use. The saw came with the tool holder shelf, but I don’t really have room for the add...
|08-06-2013 01:21 AM||
Pattern Matching with mixed wood types - 5 replies
I’m trying to make a cutting board of the maryland flag: I’m using walnut and beech as two contrasting colors. I tape one block of each color together and cut 1/4 sections of the cross out of both materials at the same time on a scroll saw. When I switch the patterns I have gaps in the seams no matter how carefully I cut them. ...
|08-04-2013 11:42 AM||
Pattern Matching with mixed wood types - 2 replies
I’m trying to make a cutting board that is a replica of the Maryland state flag. Flag below The cross is the problem. How do I best cut contrasting wood colors to produce the cross with a near seamless fit? I’ve try scroll sawing two pieces taped together. The pieces just are not identical enough to swap part between the wo...
|04-07-2013 02:28 AM||
kickback paws digging in - 4 replies
I just bought a new Grizzly 1023RWL two days ago. I got it set up and checked out. Parallelism was dead on for both fence and blade right out of the box. Could not detect any run-out with my dial gauge. Everything was just about perfect except the vertical stop was 0.005 out. I adjusted it to 0.002 and call it good as I’m not sure the supplied b...
|01-17-2013 09:23 AM||
harbor freight dust collector adapter - 16 replies
Newbee here. First time post. Anyone know where to get a 5” to 4” adapter to fit the 2hp HF DC. All the ones I see are for 5” hose to 4” hose (OD dimension is 5”). For the DC port I need a 5” ID to 4” OD adapter. Any help would be appreciated.