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|03-26-2012 02:18 PM||
Delta model 34-300 table saw tilt clamp - 4 replies
I inherited the saw from my dad about 15 years ago and only started getting into woodworking after I retired in 2006. I fell in love with woodworking and the saw means a lot to me. Recently the tilt clamp has stopped working 34-300 (Type 2) and I am 75% sure the tilt clamp (manual ref number 153 part 422-16-027-0002) is broken. Delta has not had...
|05-16-2010 05:39 PM||
Inlay - how to make and use a crow's foot - 4 replies
I just read The Art of Wood Inlay by George Stevens and he lists a Crow’s Foot as one of the needed tools for doing inlay work and shows a photo of one but he does not go into ANY detail about how you make one or how to use it. Can anyone shed some light on the topic of making and using a crow’s foot or recommend a better book that p...
|04-04-2010 08:29 PM||
Reparing a vernier finish - 7 replies
Does anyone know how to repair a vernier finish? It is an oak vernier table top that is starting to get micro-cracks and slight lifting from exposure to the sun. I am afraid if I sand it I might break through the vernier and ruin the top. I thought about using an iron on top of a damp cloth to get it to level out and then seal it with a sealcoa...
|03-19-2010 10:20 PM||
How to remove splotching caused by Tung oil - 3 replies
This is my first time using the Lumberjocks network. I am fairly new at woodworking and I recently made a counter top using narrow strips of 4 types of woods, Jatoba, Walnut, Birch, and Cherry. I used 15 strips and each are about 3/4 inch thick by about 1.5” wide and about 5 feet long and they are all glued up and glued down to the old cou...