|Forum topic by ladiesman217||posted 03-19-2011 06:50 PM||4600 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
03-19-2011 06:50 PM
Okay jocks, I need your help; I am the proud owner of a mystery Powermatic Jointer and need help identifying it. Also, I have a Nucraft Model 100 cast iron router table/extension wing and am unsure about what to do with it….
Jointer: I bought this jointer about seven years ago from an estate sale. I used it about twice before I left for college and then it sat in my garage with the raccoon king for the past 5 years. It came with a huge 2×4 framed, plywood covered, well built base and a very nice but unoriginal motor. I removed the base as it placed the jointer too high for me to use comfortably and plan on building a new base soon. I think it may be an old Model 54 but I don’t know for sure. I found the following stamped on the machine:
Router table: I bought a Delta 34-444 with Biesemeyer fence, 6’ rails, extension table, and a hunk of cast iron that was lying on the ground with Nufcraft Model 100 stamped on it. I knew when I got the Model 100 that it was a router table extension wing but my question for you is this: how do you attach it to the saw? With what type of bolts? There are threaded holes on one side that fit 3/4 pipe so I assume they are meant to support the 60+ pounds of iron.
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