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Forum topic by Tyrone D posted 02-06-2012 10:04 AM 964 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Tyrone D

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02-06-2012 10:04 AM

I have recently disassembled my Beisemeyer fence to repaint it. I can’t remember which way it’s supposed to lock. Does it lock when you push up or down?

On a side note: Will blade cleaner remove permanent ink off of a blade? or is there another way?


-- --Tyrone - BC, Canada "Nothing is ever perfect, we just run out of time."

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#1 posted 02-06-2012 10:38 AM

By ink you mean, pen…or sharpie?
And I am almost positive it locks down. My old job had a unisaw with a beisemeyer and it locked down. I cant think of a fence that locks on the pull to be honest…
How is the rebuild coming?

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#2 posted 02-06-2012 11:39 AM

The ink is from a dollar store variety sharpie.

I figured it locked down, mine is reassembled to lock up. It locks, but it’s a little bit harder.
The restoration is going good. Haven’t made any progress over the weekend due to metal stores being closed albeit putting the fence and rails on. I need to fabricate a cover for the motor. The list never ends.

-- --Tyrone - BC, Canada "Nothing is ever perfect, we just run out of time."

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#3 posted 02-06-2012 03:35 PM

The usual commercially available Sharpie ink comes off easily with rubbing alcohol. (There is a “permanent” variety, too, which can be dulled with ethyl alcohol and a little bit of scrubbing with a paper towel.)

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#4 posted 02-06-2012 04:01 PM

all fences lock down
that way if you bump the handle
they don’t loosen up
and move
especially while cutting

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