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|04-06-2017 01:41 PM||
Well I took out my 8 power magnifying glass - 8 replies
and read the instruction book for my newly acquiredCen-tech metal detector wand. Not being one to gamble with my tools I would like to know any thing that I should be aware of concerning the detector. Is it reliable? Is there any thing I should know that you experienced users can give me a heads up on? I don’t want to ruin the blades on my...
|03-22-2017 07:58 PM||
Information given in my manual? This is all that it says in the delta Model 34-444 manual. The motor recommended for use with your saw is the Cat. No. 62-044 1-1/2 H.P., Ball Beaing, Capacitor Start/Capacitor Run, 115/230 Volt motor
|03-22-2017 11:51 AM||
Grizzly G1022Z Extension Wings Question - 7 replies
Here is my question. What is the best way to fill in the holes in these table wings? I like the cast iron but I’m not sure I am going to like the holes in my table top. I thought about turning them over and filling it with a light coat of fiberglass.Picture is borrowed from SwampDonkey772 Thanks SD.
|03-09-2017 02:54 PM||
The first time I have seen how this was done. Interesting to say the least. Only the first part is of the cabinet being assembled. Now I know where HD and Lowe’s gets their high end cabinets. :) How cheap! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtcjd01UE5Y I would love to see other videos of this type if you have links. larry
|02-12-2017 05:29 PM||
Hey Kitchen Cabinet makers. When your wife wants your build to be shaker style and painted white how do you keep the paint from cracking as the wood moves? My experience has been that painted wood cabinets don’t look so good after a while due to shrinking panels and so on. Or, is there a joint that will work better than others? Help. ...
|01-18-2017 02:59 PM||
Just looking for opinions as I have no idea. - 3 replies
Not going to buy or look for this model saw, I just want to know what it is in the minds of LJ’s The make and model I’m curious about is the Delta 10 inch 34-444. Hope I can learn something so let loose, good/bad or both. Say as compared to the Grizzly 10 inch 1022. larry
|01-11-2017 02:38 PM||
How do I log out of LJ's - 3 replies
I had to replace my password. LJ sent me an email to do so along with a new password to get into LJ to set a new password of my choice. When I clicked on the email to do so, I was sent to a site to log in with the temp password and google asked if i wanted to save the password. No, I did not want to save the temp password and clicked no, then...
|11-19-2016 11:01 PM||
I would also like to see his web sight if he has one. Do any of you folks recognize this guy and lathe?
|10-15-2016 03:43 PM||
I don’t even see a place that I can block it or send it to a moderator. Hello, My name is miss laura, i saw your profile and it drew my attention to write to you. I would like you to communicate me through my e-mail address (email@example.com) laura Pure spam and who knows what else may be downloaded on your computer should y...
|08-20-2016 09:21 PM||
Never saw one quite like this before. - 6 replies
Surely this would be worth $20.00 if you had room for it. http://akroncanton.craigslist.org/tls/5711903162.html Maybe someone near would like to have it. larry
|07-23-2016 11:50 PM||
This is funny....or is it? - 4 replies
Just thought I would pass this on as it came to me. https://www.youtube.com/embed/hLpE1Pa8vvI?autoplay=1&autohide=1&showinfo=0&iv_load_policy=3&rel=0
|07-04-2016 12:04 PM||
Interesting Saw, never saw one like this before.. - 11 replies
Well, soon this is coming up for auction locally (Kidron Ohio) along with a large collection of other tools and antiques. I just thought I would post it for all to see as I didn’t know such a thing ever existed. larry
|06-17-2016 06:43 PM||
this is and what fence is on it?
|04-15-2016 01:14 PM||
I bought this thinking I could use it on my saw but it won’t fit over my Delta T2 fence. So what can I do with it? Any suggestions? Really don’t need it on my miter saw. larry
|03-17-2016 04:53 AM||
WARNING TO ALL MY FRIENDS not a joke - 13 replies
This is not a joke, please read it and check it out on snopes. http://www.snopes.com/crime/warnings/bottlebomb.asp
|03-04-2016 02:21 PM||
Just thought I would pass this along for those who are interested in old iron stuff as well as woodworking. http://kaufman-auctions.com/index.php?slb=1&photos=1&pid=48142
|01-29-2016 09:29 PM||
Is there a right and wrong way for the tabs of the links to be pointing when the belt is moving towards the front of the saw? (Belt moving clockwise) I put mine on with the tabs pointing toward the back of the saw and it sounds loud. I may put a regular belt on if it is going to make that much more noise. Not sure which is correct.
|01-03-2016 04:59 PM||
Need help to find this thing. - 4 replies
I once had a device that I could plug into an outlet and then plug an appliance into it. This would track and display, (like an old type car odometer), the amount of hours the appliance/tool had been running or used. I want to search for one on the net but I don’t know what to call it. I get way too many matches that are not what I want. C...
|12-27-2015 11:28 PM||
Motor to 240v. The manual says it can be wired for 120 or 240 but no diagram to do so. My question is has anyone done this with this saw and if so do you have a diagram for it? Also would there be any advantage to doing that?larry
|12-27-2015 09:08 PM||
But I want to know if anyone else has done this or sees any thing wrong (other than horizontal) that may make it work not as it should. It seems to eliminate mounting problems with the motor and I believe it could be done on the base it comes with. I just need reassurance from the experienced that I am not making a mistake. larry https://w...