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|08-16-2016 09:29 PM||
Sander and dust collector sold locally. After my recent upgrade to the bigger 16-32, I need to sell my Performax 10-20 plus. Performax 10-20 plus drum sander mounted on a shop built cart with Delta Shopmaster 3/4 HP dust collector also mounted on the cart. The sander and dust collector are both in good working condition, only selling due t...
|08-16-2016 03:50 AM||
DIY drum sander parts (was Performax parts) - 3 replies
So with essentially no interest in the conveyor parts and before I strip it down to put the parts on ebay, thanks to a good idea from Splintergroup, I’m pivoting and re-branding my product to try a different marketing approach. Now for sale a DIY drum sander kit! This kit includes:(1) pre-assembled conveyor 110V power feed unit (also k...
|06-20-2016 04:53 PM||
Help - what do these router templates go to? - 11 replies
So I’m out visiting my dad yesterday and he asks me if I want these router templates that he got at some garage sale somewhere. He didn’t know anything about them and didn’t ask, they were just in a box of random stuff with a few items he wanted. They are about 16-ish inches across and maybe 4 inches across. There are a fe...
|06-17-2016 01:48 AM||
So the insulation in my attic was never that deep to start with and with the settling over the years, it’s getting pretty bare in spots. I got a quote today for about $1.15/sq ft for R49 including eave baffles, hanging the existing AC ducts with strapping and installing an attic tent over the access ladder. For me the insulation is a no...
|06-06-2016 02:47 PM||
Question on TS fence rear glide/support - 8 replies
So I’m getting ready to finally start on my out feed table rebuild. My table saw is a Steel City hybrid with a Biesemeyer style fence. On the back of my fence, there is a little foot on a threaded rod that sits on the back rail to support the rear of the fence. I’d like my out feed table to be fairly tight to the rear of the saw...
|04-27-2016 03:26 AM||
Setup is sold. Added the pics now that I got all of the parts off of it after the finish dried. I’m looking to sell my Jessem Mast-R-Lift Excel version 1 table with the digital readout, stand and router switch. This is a good table and I find it very easy to use with good accuracy when dialing up and down. The crank off to the side...
|08-21-2015 02:46 AM||
All parts sold: Parting out Delta 22-560 planer - 2 replies
Just thought I would update this. I ended up parting out pretty much everything so all the parts are gone. All, In addition to woodworking, I love to tinker on mechanical things. So when I find a project that mixes the two I’m in hog heaven. I’ve been wanting a drum sander for a while, but I don’t really need it, so I&...
|01-02-2013 02:55 AM||
Advice on correcting warped vanity top? - 9 replies
I’m building a pair of cherry vanities for my daughters and have run into a challenge with the top of one of them. The top of the vanity is split into three sections. The two sides are fixed and glued to the frame and with drawers on each side. The center section will flip up and have a mirror inside it. The three pieces are all cut fr...
|11-21-2012 01:54 AM||
I’m currently using a dedicated router table (Jessem Mast-R-Lift Excel phenolic table with PC 7518) but due to space constraints in my shop (half a 2 car garage and not even the good half) I’m thinking about moving to a router extension wing for my TS (Steel City cabinet saw). Things which I really like about the Jessem table:1. S...
|07-16-2012 12:31 AM||
I recently picked up a Steel City 3HP cabinet saw and from using it to do some basic projects the set up seemed to be ok. I’m about to start a new project and I decided to go through the setup as per the manual. In general, everything looks to be in good shape, but I have a question about blade alignment on a saw like this. Currently ...
|05-03-2012 04:02 PM||
SOLD: Woodhaven Angle Ease jig for PC7518 - 0 replies
Jig is sold. thanks to all who took a look. Hi all, I’m new to woodworking and have slowly been building my tool chest. I lucked into a nice Jessem router top a few weeks ago and finally found a PC7518 to put into it. The 7518 came attached to this Woodhaven Angle Ease jig which I’d like to sell. The Angle Ease I have is very ...