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03-03-2017 02:19 AM

Makita LM 3001 - Planer Jointer Saw - 0 replies

I’m getting ready to move and need to sell my big tools. Up first is a Makita LM3001 – Planer Jointer Saw. I’ll be putting it on CL soon but thought I’d advertise first here in case anyone is interested. FYI – I’m in the Colorado Springs area. I’m the third owner of this machine. The guy I bought ...

10-31-2016 02:04 AM

Tool strategy for a move to Alaska - 1 reply

Hey All, I’m planning on moving to Anchorage next spring/early summer, and for a while I’ve been thinking through the best/most economical approach to relocating (from Colorado) as far as my tools go. I’m just a hobbyist, so there’s not a ton at stake, but I want to maximize the bang for my buck. My general plan is...

10-03-2016 10:44 PM

What's causing this tear out? - Update: It's the arbor or flange - 24 replies

Hi Everyone, On the last two end grain cutting boards I’ve made, I have been getting some tear out while doing my second set of cuts. This has been problematic because the tear out is on the surface that mates to another strip, creating small voids in my joints when I do the final glue-up. After I noticed it the first time I cleaned...

08-21-2016 06:07 PM

Need help - warped cutting board! - 18 replies

So i just finished a walnut and purple heart end grain cutting board, and I had read that leaving the board in the sun will bring back some of the purple in the purple heart. So I left the house this morning with the sanded but unfinished board in the sunlight, and I just returned to find the board severely warped. There was no moisture on t...

04-24-2016 07:52 PM

Do you use salt for glue-ups? - 11 replies

I was just watching a show on TV (‘A Craftsman’s Legacy’ on PBS), and the woodworker sprinkled a few grains of salt on his glued up board before clamping them together. He explained that the salt grains keep the boards from sliding as you increase clamping pressure. Makes sense to me, but I had never heard of it, nor could ...

01-23-2016 10:44 PM

Makita Planer Jointer Saw (LM3001) - 41 replies

Hopefully checking this out tomorrow. I was too late on a Hitachi F1000A recently, but this seems to be a very similar machine(no fold down wings, though). It’s hard to find info on this model, although I’ve seen many write about the Makita 2030/N, which I think is a later version of this machine without the tablesaw. This may...

01-12-2016 05:16 PM

Potential Hitachi F1000A - 3 replies

So after my last failure in getting an Incra setup for next to nothing (because I was too late), I’m trying to move quickly on this Hitachi F1000A: https://pueblo.craigslist.org/tls/5399038970.html From the little research I did it looks like a pretty good machine, and could be a great solution for my space and $ limited shop. Int...

01-05-2016 08:12 PM

What is this? Incra? - 14 replies

Hello everyone! New woodworker here. I just saw this posted on Craigslist and I was hoping someone here could identify exactly what it is. It looks like some kind of Incra product, but I could be way off. If it is Incra, the price would definitely be right – assuming I could find a use for it. I could always make a use for it! http...

12-16-2015 08:24 AM

New to the forum... and 36-725 issue - 2 replies

Hello Everyone, Just wanted to say ‘hi’ and thanks to everyone who contributes here. I’ve been lurking and learning for a while, and have greatly benefited from the contributions of others. I just got the Delta 36-725 and am going through the assembly process and have a couple questions. - Does anyone else have a diff...


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