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Wixey WR25 digital height gauge review

Wixey WR25 digital height gauge review

11-14-2018 02:39 PM by shawnn | 7 comments »

I bought this several years ago and thought I’d write a review. It works great, I use it on every cut on my router table to set bit height and occasionally to set offset from the fence. I also use it on the table saw to set dado or groove heights of the blade. It has magnets in the feet to hold it in place. It reads fractions when within .002” of a particular fraction while in decimal mode, and can be set for fractions of an inch and mm. It can be zeroed for incremental adjustment...

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Triton TRA001 review after owning several years

Triton TRA001 review after owning several years

11-09-2018 03:45 PM by shawnn | 14 comments »

I tried other routers in my Incra router table. I have a Hitachi 12VC with fixed and plunge base that I used first. I tried “dialing” the fixed base up and down for height adjustment, that really sucked. Then I bought a Craftsman that had above table height adjustment, which I returned after the plunge base became wobbly after a single day of mortise plunge cutting. The motor of the Craftsman was really smooth running and I liked the slow start feature but I didn’t need it a...

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Purple Power cleaner is great for cleaning blades & bits

Purple Power cleaner is great for cleaning blades & bits

11-09-2018 03:15 PM by shawnn | 6 comments »

I choked when I saw the price of some of the specialty products for blade/bit cleaning, being poor (cheap!), so I tried other common cleaners. I tried Simple Green, some orange stuff and other household cleaning products and nothing compared to Purple Power cleaner/degreaser. $5 a GALLON and it’ll clean everything just test first for color fastness. I’ll trade a bit of elbow grease to save cash, and with this stuff not much elbow grease is required. I spritz some on, let it sit a...

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