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|308 days ago||
New to shapers - 6 replies
I have been making raised panel interior doors with a 3 hp router and having problems with it being under powered so I decided to purchase a shaper, a 3hp Fox Shop. I am new to shapers so there are a few things I am finding confusing. First of all, while most of the cutters I am finding on-line, such as those used to prep the stiles and ra...
|631 days ago||
Dust Colletion - 36 replies
Greetings All, I need to upgrade the dust collection in my shop and came across the Clear Vue Cyclone system. Does anyone out there have any experience with this system? Any comments would be appreciated. TommyTenSpeed
|682 days ago||
Shaper vs router table - 12 replies
I recently purchased a 3HP router (Milwaukee) to make raised panels for new interior doors that I am making. These doors are 1 3/8” thick, as are the panels, and made of Red Oak. The panel cutting bit is 3 1/2” in diameter so it is quite the beast. This is the first time I have made panels this thick so I thought the new router ...
|795 days ago||
Cross-Grain situation on 6 panel doors - 1 reply
I want to replace the interior doors in my home and would like to make some 24 and 30 inch 6 panel doors. I have my first door’s stiles and rails cut and dry fitted together. However, upon assessing the design I noticed that I will have a serious cross grain situation on the rails (the top 2 are only 4 inches wide but the middle is 6 3/4...
|1236 days ago||
Table Saws - 2 replies
I am considering upgrading my Craftsman table saw. I am currently looking at several General International models. Can anyone give me any advise as to their quality and reputation? Also, these models come with an Excalibur fence system. How does Excalibur compare to Biesemeyer? Thanks in advance for your help. TTS