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|11-30-2014 05:35 PM||
Underside of a Delta 37-190 jointer - 1 reply
I was hoping someone could do be a big favor. I had to replace the bearings on my 37-190 jointer. There is a little dust flap with a sponge on it that is attached via the same screws as the cutterhead bearing blocks. So naturally, that came off when I removed the cutterhead. I cant for the life of me figure out how to get that flap back on, ...
|02-02-2013 11:24 PM||
Split drawbore pin. Help!! - 4 replies
So today my FIL and I put my benchtop onto the base, and I pounded in the drawbore pins. And wouldn’t ya know it, #32 out of 32 split apart. Looking at it, I realize its my own fault: the grain was as curly as it comes. I’d like to get it out of there and repin that bit, but I’m at a bit of a loss on how to do it. The top...
|01-21-2013 11:04 AM||
Roubo flattening question - 3 replies
Today, I flattened the bottom of what will end up being the top of a Roubo style bench. I did the bottom before the top so that I had a nice, true surface to cut the mortises for the legs. What I’m wondering now is, is it worth flipping it over and doing the top side now, or should I wait until the bench is completely assembled before do...