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delta unisaw motor

10-21-2017 02:01 PM by Dane14 | 4 comments »

I need to buy a new motor for a delta unisaw i just refurbished. i have seen the the blogs and reviews for the leeson 3hp motor. however my question is there is a 3hp grizzly motor that continues to pop up when i search for motors, (link will be provided below). does anyone know or have experience with if this motor will fit on the unisaw? http://www.grizzly.com/products/Motor-3-HP-Single-Phase-3450-RPM-220V-For-G1023Z/H5387

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Charles Mackintosh Inspired Computer Desk #8: Finishing up the Odds and Ends

10-21-2017 01:19 PM by EarlS | 2 comments »

Even with all of the “woodworking” complete there were still a fair number of things that needed to be finished. Generally, I keep a “To Do” list throughout the project to keep track of what needs to be done and in what order. At the end of the project, I start a new list for “Finishing”. Obviously, it includes the sanding, staining, finish, and wax. But the list also includes other things that need to be completed for the project to be “finished&...

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Tablesaw Fence Caddy #1: An Organizer for my Stuff on my Tablesaw

10-21-2017 02:35 AM by HappyHowie | 4 comments »

I read a Woodsmith newsletter the other day where they suggested a small organizer for use on your table saw fence. I took that idea and made a larger one to fit on my Bob Van Dyke style multi-use RIP fence. This RIP fence has a base on which I can fasten throw-away sacrificial fences for say burying a saw blade or DADO set. I also made a tall melamine fence with a guide like Bob uses to cut tenons on my table saw. An image of my multi-use fence is given below. You can tell how muc...

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Toy Construction #158: New Wheel Making Jig #2 For Angled Treads

10-21-2017 01:04 AM by htl | 7 comments »

After posting my last wheel making jig Duchy posted. A nice jig, not that sophisticated as Ducky s one, but perfect for his task. Great idea of that saw blade. How about tractor wheels? - Dutchy Here's the first wheel jig blog..Well here’s another jig pretty close to the other straight tread jig but able to be moved around for different angle treads. I make a lot more straight treads so will leave the first jig on the wall and build a new one. Here’s a picture of the t...

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Walnut & Curly Maple Coffee Table #2: Clamping main panel

10-21-2017 01:01 AM by Reinan | 0 comments »

After spending some time making a few pairs of clamp cauls, and struggling with putting a convex face on them using a block plane. I managed to get the main panel glued and clamped. The cauls helped to take some of the bow out of the walnut edges and the twist out of one of the pieces of maple. Wish they had done more because I have quite a bit of sanding to do to get everything flush. Joints came out nice and tight though.

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Alf Sharp - Journey of a Master Craftsman #1: I made a documentary on Alf Sharp, master craftsman of fine furniture

10-20-2017 07:10 PM by fixthisbuildthat | 0 comments »

I had the opportunity to spend a day with woodworking master craftsman, Alf Sharp, and to hear his story and journey to becoming a woodworker making fine furniture. In this three part series we’ll talk about Alf’s history, his views and knowledge on woodworking skills, and the ongoing maker movement. His journey started with a short stint in Law School and wound its way through work in the skilled trades and owning a large manufacturing business before finally finding his true passion in ...

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Kriptonite

10-20-2017 06:03 PM by zoky4691 | 0 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBhQ_G5tDLk

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Shop Projects #2: Table Saw Miter Sled

10-20-2017 05:42 PM by BrettGoodermote | 2 comments »

After having made my 1st table saw sled, I knew I had to have a miter sled as well. A few weeks ago I really found myself at a loss when I needed to make some accurate 45-degree angles for the clock I was making for my wife. I had previously watched a number of videos on this subject and found a method that looked like it would suit my needs and available materials. Here is a pretty good picture of the sled I cannot tell you just how happy I am with this sled! if you take a few ...

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New Shop Layout #2: Tools I have, Tools I'd Like to Have.

10-20-2017 03:47 PM by Kilo19 | 0 comments »

Tools I have:- 2 table saws (Old craftsman 100 series, was given to me, not working, cleaned it up, and now its my main tablesaw.) I want a sawstop, and maybe one day I will. The other is a millwakee delta homecraft, build date 7/48? Currently not running, but have a double shaft 3/4 hp motor. Table is good, but just needs cleaning.- 4” craftsman jointer, that my father in law gave me.- lots of clamps- Various hand tools, planers etc.- Drill stand (cheap, again given to me by my dad)- R...

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New Shop Layout #1: Prelim stage...planning

10-20-2017 03:32 PM by Kilo19 | 0 comments »

Good morning/afternoon all, this may be a long blog, since i’ve never done anything like this before, and kinda new to publishing and sharing things like this. I’ve thought about wanting to do this more, so forgive me for my inexperience. BTW thank you for your experience on this site. I am starting a new journey for me, I get to build a new shop (or add on to one). So to give you some background my dad had a cabinet shop in his 3 car garage, I was used to how he had things lai...

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