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|09-14-2014 01:39 AM||
Problems with Dewalt Routers? - 28 replies
Last weekend my Dewalt 618 router stopped working. I took it to a local, authorized repair shop. His preliminary diagnosis was that the motor is shot. This surprised me because the router is only a few years old and has not had much use.The repair guy mentioned that the problem might have been caused by a bad extension cord. He said that the...
|08-17-2014 09:57 PM||
I am considering purchasing a lathe for the first time. An ad in the newspaper reads like this: ”Wood Lathe, 4’, TurnCrafter w/ stand and chisels $200”I played phone tags with the seller. His message indicated that it is a TurnCrafter Pro, variable speed.My questions are:Is this a good lathe?Is it priced right?What problems s...
|10-09-2013 03:57 AM||
I am refinishing an old school desk for a neighbor. I believe it is oak. I had to remove the old finish to remove the crudely drawn items on the desk.What is the appropriate finish for this type of project?
|12-09-2012 02:34 AM||
Hello,The belt came of my Rikon 10-325band saww. It did not break. However, it is shredded. I am thinking about replacing it with a link belt but i do not know if that will work. Has anyone else tried a link belt on a Rikon 10-325 or otherband saww? If so, how did it work?
|04-22-2012 03:27 PM||
Green Pine how long before I can use it? - 3 replies
I picked up a couple of pieces of pine (slash pine I think) yesterday. I want to use it to make some router bowls and platters. The wood was cut yesterday so there is a lot of sap oozing out. One piece is 10-12 inches across and about 48 inches long. The other is the same diameter and only 18 inches long. I understand that wood dries at...
|12-06-2011 05:20 AM||
Rockler Table Saw Crosscut Sled - 2 replies
I am thinking about asking sandy claws for a Rockler Table Saw Crosscut Sled. Does anyone have any experience with this?
|12-21-2010 03:09 AM||
I am working on a snowman shaped router bowl. The bowl is 2 layers of mahagony and 1 layer of maple. I have routed the inside and need to cut the outside to the final shape. I am considering making a template and using a router to shape the outside instead of cutting it with bandsaw and sanding. I am concerned that the router will cause too ...
|12-18-2010 03:43 AM||
Oil finish turned milky- Why? What now? - 1 reply
I am finishing a router bowl. I put 2 coats of oil on it and now some of the oil is turning a milky white color. The block of wood was spalted maple. The finish is a fairly new can of Watco Butcher Block Oil. The first coat of oil went on well and looked good. I sanded the first coat lightly with 400 grit then used air pressure and a rag d...
|08-23-2010 02:50 AM||
I just purchased a used Delta 50-850. Do I need cyclone to improve the efficiency of the dust collector?