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|67 days ago||
I’m currently reworking my entire shop and searching for ideas for a workbench island (center of room) that incorporates a cabinet style table saw. I have a rather narrow area to work (12’), so my Jet with B. fence eats up the square feet. I’ve seen designs in the past that also utilized areas for planers, drill presses, router...
|528 days ago||
6" Craftsman 113.206931 jointer advice sought - 6 replies
In my ongoing quest to overhaul my workshop, I’m now considering just what to do with the 113.206931 Craftsman jointer that I picked it up a few years ago from the original owner. He bought it new for his kitchen project, then safely squirreled it away. The thing really looks like it just came out of the box. My question is if it’s w...
|535 days ago||
My Jet needs wings! - 3 replies
I’m looking for 2 cast iron extensions/wings for my Jet JTAS-10XL. If you have something, please let me know!
|535 days ago||
Jet cast iron wing advice needed - 4 replies
The used JTAS-10XL I just picked up is lacking both the table extensions (wings). The guy I got it from had the saw built into a large, outfeed table and the existing wings had long left the building. With my new setup, I find myself needing those pieces and was wondering what was out there that I might look at. I’ve heard other mfgs. wing...
|537 days ago||
I have a newly acquired Jet JTAS-10XL table saw that I would like to build a workstation ‘island’ around. My plan is to also add a router station and, perhaps, a few other tools into the design. My hope is that someone can point me in the direction of some nice, functional designs that I can learn from. I’d like to keep the who...
|544 days ago||
Table saw suggestions for my new Biesemeyer fence - 20 replies
Nothing quite like having an oddball first post…but here we go! For the last 25yrs I’ve been using a std Sears 113.xxx series table saw for my modest ripping/dado chores. I use my shop to prototype new pieces of equipment, so my cuts are rather ‘boring’ for the furniture craftsmen out there. Since the saw got the job done...