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11-03-2016 04:17 PM

Used Beisemeyer Fence Riding Too Low - 20 replies

I put a used Beisemeyer fence on my 1952 Unisaw yesterday, and it’s riding a little low. The faces of the fence catch in the miter slots as I slide the fence. I don’t want to end up damaging the faces of the fence or scratch the top of the saw. I was thinking about putting a thin layer of mole skin (or felt) on the nylon slides to...

10-19-2016 07:03 PM

Saving original doors in my 114 year old house. - 3 replies

I live in a house that was built in 1902, and we are slowly updating/restoring things when we can. The front porch has two doors that look like this: Is there a way to salvage them? I was thinking about injecting glue into the cracks and then clamping it with a large flat piece of plywood, sanding, and applying finish. Would this w...

08-24-2016 05:58 PM

$ amout to offer for older unisaw with bent arbor: Answer $300 - 23 replies

I was at a local cabinet shop earlier this week, and saw that he has an old unisaw tucked un the corner with stuff stacked on it. It has a biesemeyer fence, stamped metal base, and he said a 5hp motor. I asked if he would sell me the fence and he said that he would sell me the entire saw for cheap, and to just make him an offer. I asked wha...

07-29-2016 04:49 AM

Unisaw bearings going out! - 17 replies

I was given an old unisaw and recently ran new power to my garage to run it. The saw has sat for a while, and so I replaced the belts, but was hoping to be able to avoid replacing the bearings. No such luck. They really started talking to me tonight. So my question is where is the best place to buy them? It is a 1953 (pretty sure) with the ol...

05-09-2015 10:40 PM

Richards Wilcox vise - 12 replies

I purchased this old vise from a guy down the road from where I work. (He was kind enough to show me his shop too.) I’ve been looking for a deal on one and found this for a fair price, but it’s missing a pretty important part…the quick release mechanism. I’ve looked online and am having a difficult time finding a ...

05-06-2015 09:21 PM

Wipe on poly over Danish Oil...first time using both products. - 5 replies

I’m refinishing a crib (stripped it down to bare wood) and finishing a bath tub tray for our claw-foot tub, and am wondering if I need to put a sealer, like sealcoat, between the Danish oil and poly. I’m using Watco Danish oil, and am making my own wipe on poly (first time for both of these.) I’ve always followed the stain&...

01-13-2015 10:53 PM

First non-plywood cabinet...and have a question. - 3 replies

First off, this is a great site loaded with information, and I am glad I found it. I am building my first non-face frame/edge banded cabinet with reclaimed solid wood. The wood was used to ship natural gas pipeline via rail, and was very rough with few straight edges. I believe it is oak, both white and red (will post pictures later and see ...

11-20-2014 06:02 PM

Favorite books/magazines - 6 replies

I have been trolling here for quite a while, decided to create a profile a while back, and now am participating. I enjoy reading and seeing what you guys are working on, and have learned a lot from the members here. I am a novice woodworker/furniture maker, and like to read. What books and magazines do you feel offer information that has valu...


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