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|26 days ago||
Safely Storing Myrtle Burl - 5 replies
I have acquired a nice piece of birds eye Myrtle that is 15 1/2” x 23” and 3” thick. I plan to resaw and use it for veneer and door panels in small cabinets as the need arises. I’ll be using it sparingly and was wondering if anyone can give me tips on how to best store this beautiful piece of lumber so it’s moisture...
|93 days ago||
Freud #7 jointer plane - 2 replies
I have come across a new in the box Freud jointer hand plane and was wondering if anyone has any information on this tool. It’s a Bailey pattern and is in immaculate condition and the asking price is $75.00. I’m thinking it may be along the lines of the Freud wood turning chisels and not of the best quality. What say ye? Any help wou...
|365 days ago||
3 HP Dust Collector Info - 5 replies
I have googled my brains out and can’t find any info on the machine. It’s a Northwood C-145T 3 HP dust collector with two bags and a height of about 10’. It seems that I remember the name from ads in old woodworking mags but my search only turns up industrial CNC machines. Can anyone tell me anything about this brand in general...
|369 days ago||
Replacement Start Capacitor - 7 replies
I recently acquired an old Grizzly G1023 cabinet saw that was manufactured in the 80’s. I’ve been going through the machine and it’s in surprisingly good condition for what it is. Since I had it torn down I have replaced the arbor bearings. I also believe the magnetic switch is faulty and will replace it with a paddle switch, I...
|378 days ago||
Makita 2030N restore - 10 replies
A few months back I picked up a Makita 2030N combination planer/jointer and I’m finally getting around to refurbishing it. The machine is in good condition overall but being 30 plus years old has some issues that I need to correct. The first thing I found was that the knives were as dull as marbles and the previous owner had them set way t...