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Blog series by topcat updated 10-14-2011 01:26 PM 2 parts 2459 reads 3 comments total

Part 1: The Table Saw Adventure

10-10-2011 05:47 PM by topcat | 2 comments »

After a weekend of cleaning up the shop, I decided to start with the rest of the arrangement. The workbench and table saw tune up. The workbench will be another “work in progress” project and, if I’m lucky, will have an overhead drum sander at one end . . . but, that’s another story. The table saw needs a whole lot of attention. It’s not the best model available, but the JTS-10DD has served my basic needs for about 7 years. It has survived an attempted abduction ...

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Part 2: The Table Saw Adventure part deux

10-14-2011 01:26 PM by topcat | 1 comment »

In the last “Table Saw Adventure” entry, I mentioned a major wobble in the arbor. While my original thinking had me polishing brass screws, that did not turn out to be the solution. I assumed these little guys;From Table Saw Adventure were the responsible party. I thought they had come away from the motor/arbor mounting plate and had caused the bearings inside the arbor assembly to not be seated properly. You can see the set up here. From Table Saw Adventure I got the brass polish...

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