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The first small box I built from “nyatoh” wood.Box side and tradiitional foot bits : EagleAmerica Stains 1. Box lid & foot : walnut2. Box : red mahagonySealer : shellacTop Coat : lacquer
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#1 posted 08-02-2008 11:25 PM
I am almost definite to buy TS2500ci Scheppach Table Saw.The cast iron table bed/table top is not “mirror finished” ground as found in most table saws in the market (so far as I’d seen in the advertisement).Does it really matters?Your comment please.
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#2 posted 08-03-2008 12:24 AM
1st: Is the table ground flat within a couple of thousandth’s across the surface? Is so then you good.
2nd: If the non-mirror finish to the top does not cause a extra friction as a piece of lumber slides across the top I still don’t see an issue.
Looks like it has a sliding table and dust collection built into the guard; also Very nice to have.
-- "Everything that is great and inspiring is created by the individual who labors in freedom" -- Albert Einstein
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#3 posted 08-03-2008 03:49 AM
I do not know this saw. What you look for is smooth and friction free. Also a surface that will remain as it starts with little or no maintenance. A painted surface would be great if the paint didnt eventually come off.. It is about low friction and long wear.
Can you see one in person to test it out?
When I purchased my saw and jointer from Grizzly years ago, I asked for references in my area then called them to get the low down. I found a guy 10 miles from home and went to his shop to check both out. Not only did I get to see one up close and hear from a guy who uses his daily, I made a new friend.
If the company has no references, I would be weary.
-- making sawdust....
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#4 posted 08-03-2008 05:05 AM
I think this should have been posted in one of the forums or something. Maybe a blog to follow the process of picking out a saw and setting it up, etc. Nevertheless, I wish you luck and a friction free future.
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#5 posted 08-03-2008 09:55 AM
“Attached picture for members to review” Picture is too small and out of focus to really ” review” anything about the saw….This really isn’t a project and probably should be posted in the forums section . Have a great day : )
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#6 posted 08-04-2008 12:39 AM
well I like this box much better than the saw picture you had posted here earlier : ) Any more shots of the box to post ?
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#7 posted 08-05-2008 09:24 PM
Thanks for the post
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#8 posted 08-13-2008 07:32 PM
-- jeanmarc manosque france
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#9 posted 10-31-2008 12:37 AM
Nice looking Box.
#10 posted 10-31-2008 01:52 AM
Tank you Jeanmarc, Beginningwoodworker and everyone for viewing this post and your kind words.Take care and work safe.
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#11 posted 11-12-2008 07:50 AM
A beautiful specimen. I particularly like the foot detail.
-- Peace and kangaroo grease
#12 posted 11-12-2008 08:31 AM
Thanks Woodhawk for the compliments!
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#13 posted 11-12-2008 09:46 AM
splendid job~~~i would like to learn````
#14 posted 11-12-2008 10:29 AM
Thank you Smile, ......as always you like to make other people smile.
Have a good night…
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#15 posted 11-16-2008 08:51 PM
Great looking coin box. Excellent job! The color is gorgeous.
-- Wayne - Plymouth MN
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