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|04-25-2015 02:05 PM||
Parts Identification - 6 replies
When I recently picked up my used Woodtek Shaper, I grabbed anything near the shaper that looked like it might belong. I don’t think these are any part of a shaper though. I’ve seen these before, but I just can’t figure out what they are used for. They look like some kind of clamps. Anybody have any ideas?? I placed a quarter (...
|04-02-2015 08:34 PM||
Ripping 3-1/8" thick White Oak - 5 replies
I thought I would share this. I needed to rip a 3-1/8” thick piece of white oak roughly 3’ long. I needed 2 pieces out of the 10” wide board I had. My Grizzly G0444 10” Contractors Saw with a 1-1/2HP motor running on 110v had no problem doing it. Feed rate was a little slow but a lot faster than what you would expect. The...
|03-28-2015 09:42 PM||
Delta Invicta DC-33 - 4 replies
Well, I got my newly acuired Delta 13” Planer (DC-33) up and running. I’m so excited I just had to post and show it off. I got it off of Craigslist a few weekends ago for $150. Yup…... One Fifty!! I went over it, put 2 new belts on, new knives, and cleaned any little rust spots off. I planed a test piece of 2” x 6” ...
|03-21-2015 01:39 AM||
Going over my newly acquired Delta DC-33 13” Planer. How far past the cutterhead should the tip of the knife be set? This is the way I found them and I didn’t get a knife setting jig with it. I do have new knives on the way. I tried to run a board through, but it sounded like the dull knives were beating the board to death. Man it wa...
|03-18-2015 12:04 AM||
This weekends CL finds - 2 replies
I’ve been watching Craigslist and keeping an eye out to replace my Grizzly lunchbox planer. I have around 1200 sq. ft. of kiln dried White Oak to plane down to make into flooring. I do have an older (1990) 15” Grizzly G1021 Planer with a spiral cutterhead, but I figured I would do the last finishing pass through that. I found a Delta...
|02-06-2015 07:07 PM||
Delta/Rockwell 8" Jointer (SOLD SOLD SOLD) - 14 replies
SOLD SOLD SOLD Early 1970s Rockwell/Delta #37-315 8” Jointer. Brand new Marathon 1-1/2HP motor 110/220v (currently set for 110v). Fresh set of knives. Missing outfeed table adjusting knob. I have the cover for the motor access hole. Comes with roller base. Works as it should. $700 Reduced to $600 or make me an offer, worst I can say is no....
|06-09-2014 05:37 PM||
The band saw has been sold. Great shape all original Reliant 14” band saw. 1HP 115/230v motor currently wired 115v. Roller base not included. Cash only. No shipping. Must be picked up in Central NJ $125 obo
|07-30-2013 05:40 PM||
SOLD*****Router Extension for table saw*****SOLD - 2 replies
Grizzly H7507 Router Extension for table saw. All cast iron top measures 18” x 27” comes with the two inserts and router holding clamps as shown. I also have the two support legs that go with it, I just forgot to put them in the picture. I am in zip code 08530 $125 obo, will not ship, this weighs 80 lbs.
|03-30-2013 07:53 PM||
I had intended on restoring this J. D. Wallace 6” jointer, but I found a 8” Delta Rockwell (4 free) and re-did that one to use for myself. I believe the Wallace is complete, minus the base. I think the motor was wired wrong? I didn’t open it or mess with it. I plugged it in and it spun then hummed, so I’m not sure of the ...
|02-08-2013 01:21 AM||
Ok, I found this rod in the creek a few days ago. I first thought it was a hollow brass rod capped off at both ends. It was covered with a thin algea coating. I cleaned it up in the sink first, dried it off and took it into the shop and wire wheeled it. I just lightly cleaned it with the wire wheel. The worn down end (1” in from the end) i...
|07-29-2012 01:24 AM||
Looking for handwheels Rockwell/Delta 37-315 - 8 replies
Looking high and low for handwheels. I think the originals were either 4” or 5”. I picked the jointer up for free and $60 gas money. Put a 1.5 HP Marathon motor in it. Almost finished fixing it up. Thanks
|06-29-2012 08:53 PM||
Picked up this Rockwell 8” Jointer off of CL. Long story short the guy just wanted to get it out of his studio. Yes, it was free! he was happy to get rid of it as long as it was going to a good home. It’s missing a few knobs and has no motor. I am planning on putting a single phase 110v motor in it. This is going to replace my 6̶...
|02-12-2012 11:17 PM||
Grizzly G1026 3HP Shaper - 14 replies
Picked up a well used Grizzly 3 HP shaper and stripped it down and repainted it. Both the power switch box and the reversing switch box were smashed. Reversing switch wires were jumped and the machine only ran in one direction when I got it. The wires on the motor cover box look like they were switched around. In that box on the motor there are ...