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|03-18-2013 11:59 PM||
weathered look - 18 replies
Hi allLooking for an easy way to make new pine look gray and weathered??Or at least a way, easy or not??
|12-20-2012 01:22 AM||
Why - 7 replies
Why is this in the power tool section, instead of the hand tool section????
|12-20-2012 01:17 AM||
GLAD - 1 reply
Nice to see additions with specific skills. This can only help improve all us novices.Thank you.
|11-25-2012 10:33 PM||
Older Powermatic 54A - 1 reply
Thanks guys. I made the deal today, $375 with the mobile base and blade alignment tool. Now I just have to move it to my shop.
|11-24-2012 12:56 PM||
Older Powermatic 54A jointer - 3 replies
Hi AllI have an opportunity to buy an older Powermatic 6 inch jointer, model 54A, I was wondering if there had been any negative issues with this particular piece of equipment that would steer me away from purchasing it.Thanks in advance for your prompt resonses. Ralph
|08-08-2012 12:53 PM||
Video page - 7 replies
Does anyone know why the Video page is screwed up????
|04-17-2012 10:58 PM||
Router speed control - 2 replies
Hi all,I was just wondering if I can connect my Craftsman bench grinder through my router speed control, so I can slow down the grinder??Thanks in advance. Ralph
|07-31-2010 08:57 PM||
Jointer Question - 5 replies
HiI was trying to find the best suggested cutter head speed for my old rockwell jointer.right now it’s turning in the 3500rpm rangeI can change pulleys but I don’t know how much faster to go.My Dewalt planer turns at 10,000 at it’s a much larger head. Seems like that wouldn’t be a bad thing for the jointer.Thanks in ad...
|07-28-2010 04:51 PM||
value - 1 reply
Hi all.I’ve bee looking for a lathe.Could any one give me an idea of what an old delta 12” lathe is worth It’s a model 46-636 Thank you in advance Ralph
|07-13-2010 02:45 PM||
used dewalt 735 - 3 replies
Hi all.I bought the planer Seems to work fine.Its missing the Tee Handle tool for changing the blades, not a big deal. Got it for $210. Looking forward to making some saw dust with it.
|07-12-2010 04:32 AM||
used dewalt 735 - 1 reply
Hi allI’m going to look at a used 735 tomorrowAnything special I should look at.??I have never had a planer. Any help would be appreciatedPS: asking price $250
|04-19-2010 12:04 AM||
Low profile riving knife - 4 replies
Hi all.I’d like to know the use or purpose for the low profile riving knife. I bought one when I got my PM2000, along with a few other accessories. I haven’t used it yet. I’m guessing, it’s for ops. that don’t require anti kick back pawls or a blade guard.
|04-11-2010 01:28 AM||
The FIRST cut is the deepest - 1 reply
Hello again to all I used to think my RA saw was pretty good. I used it to cut everything you could imagine. Yes it would smoke and if I wasn’t careful it would walk up onto the wood I was cross cutting. I just figured I was pushing it to it’s limit. Now that I’ ve used my new PM 2000 I fully realize what I have been miss...
|04-09-2010 04:47 PM||
PM 2000 SAGA - 3 replies
Hi all.This morning, I pluged it in and it started right up. Maybe it just needed a good nights rest. Well not exactly, before I pluged it in I prayed to our omnipotent power company to spare me the shame of an impotent saw. Well not exactly, before I pluged it in I ran a dedicated 30 amp line, using 10 gauge wire, pluged the sucker in an...
|04-08-2010 06:03 PM||
PM 2000 DISAPPOINTMENT - 15 replies
Hi all.The saga of my PM 2000 continues.Today I extended the existing wire and added the plug.I was going to run a dedicated line for this saw when I realized the new wire would reach the 220 out let for my compressor.Not being able to wait any longer to hear it hum to life, I diconnected the comp. and plugged in my new toy.The light on the swit...
|04-06-2010 11:33 PM||
PM 2000 - 5 replies
Hello Everyone. Yesterday we put it together, and today I checked all the alignments.I really expected to learn all the ins and outs of PM 2000 alignment process.Unfortunately, eveything was dead on right out of the box.Based on the way most things are produced, this was a very pleasent surprise. Tomorrow I’ll head over to HD or Lowe...
|04-06-2010 03:06 AM||
POWERMATIC 2000 - 9 replies
Hi allJust got done assembling my new 2000 My son gave me a hand, which made it a bit easier. I don’t have power yet, because it arrived sooner then I expected, but if works half as good as it looks I’m sure it will be a joy to use. This acqusition is the center piece of my garage shop rebuild. Up until now I’ve bee...
|03-29-2010 12:08 AM||
wobble dado - 13 replies
HI ALL Are there any reasons not tio use a wobble dado on a 10inch powermatic table saw, other then the poor quality of the cut.??? Thanks in advance for your advice.
|03-25-2010 03:27 PM||
Saw Blade Choice - 6 replies
Hello allBeen lurking and learning.I haven’t been able to find a rewiew of the Freud LU80R010 I want to use it on my new Powermatic 2000 for general work, when I get it. Is it over kill, or worth the cost??? Thanks in advance for your quick response PS: I’m in the process of revamping my one car garage shop. I’m in th...