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92 days ago

Camaster delivery day finally here - 17 replies

Well after a long 8 weeks it finally here.StingerIII arrived last friday and made my first cuts on saturday morning. with a kitchen case work job and a sign on sunday. we have been busy. I have to say the overall quality and workmanship on this machine is outstanding.also i really like wyncnc as the control software.

142 days ago

The wait is almost over - 35 replies

I’m upgrading, I have run a shopbot for the last 5 years and it served me well . I learned a lot along the way. But as you grow so do your needs and wants. I purchased a brand new Camaster stinger III it’s a 4×8 machine with vac hold down, 3 cutting heads they call it an x3 option, 4hp main spindle and 2 3,25 hp portercable si...

176 days ago

shopbot cnc - 2 replies

shopbot cnc 5×10 , 8 zone vacuum table, 5hp columbo spindle single phase 220 volt, brand new 4g controller, newer control computer, new proximity switches, all collets and starter bits included. great machine at an affordable price. why wrestle sheet goods for cabinets? this will process sheet goods at 15 minutes a sheet com...

497 days ago

1900's wood work bench - 5 replies

I have a wood workbench made in the early 1900’s its in good shape for the age.top is oak, It has two wood vices with wood screws in working order with no threads missing. tool well, tool drawer that needs a new bottom, wedge tenons for the strechers and hand cut dovetail ends 26 w 72 L 34 H .looking for $400 or offer prefer no...

643 days ago

beall wood threader - 5 replies

I’m looking to purchase a beall wood threader kit the large diameter kit to thread 1 1/2 in dowels. Has anyone had experience with using one of these? I realize that metal acme thread is probably the best way to go for vice threads however I’m not a metal worker. Just wondering about the holding power of 6 threads per inch and the lo...

914 days ago

which method to use for sharpining - 4 replies

my chisels get used and they do get dinged up. Im not a fanatic on them having to be razor sharp. however its nice and we do have the technology.I currently use three different ways to sharpen. I have a makita wet stone that is made for planer/ jointer knives that works pretty well for getting the edge close and that switch to a water stone that...

986 days ago

web sites - 17 replies

Has anybody used any of the advertisers on this site for web design? we want to get a site but we know almost nothing about the real costs of a site from design to maintainance. as always there is so much to choose from and so much info to digest. so any guidence would be helpful from the people that are paying for there site thru sweat. Dan and...

1002 days ago

micro fence new price SOLD PLEASE REMOVE - 2 replies

micro fence for sale. many extras,ideal for cutting circles and elipticals with a router, accurate to the hundredth of an inch. a joy to use for inlays. vac hold down via compresssed air (venturi) no more crappy jigs that slip or wrestling tops on a band saw. only reason Im selling is because we now cut with a cnc. $1100 invested MAKE OFFER


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