|Forum topic by Brett Clark||posted 04-18-2012 06:42 PM||2316 views||0 times favorited||10 replies|
04-18-2012 06:42 PM
Ok, so this Delta/Rockwell 6” jointer was posted on CL and I thought since I can’t buy a new one, this would be a good one to get me going with not a terrible amount of effort to get it at least operating. I believe it’s this one, http://www.old-woodworking-tools.net/delta-jointer-6-inch.html, but not sure since it doesn’t have the info plate attached. If you happen to know the model I’d appreciate any info you have. All that’s stamped on it is NJ 203 under the wings.
Just looking for some advice on getting it looking good again. I have both a soda and sand blaster, which I haven’t actually put to use because I have to put my compressor back together, but would that be the way to go first? What about sanding the whole table, just worried about having something big and flat enough to get the whole thing.
Can anyone tell me what’s missing? I’ll point out the obvious and save you some jokes at my expense :-).
Sorry for the picture quality, they were taken from my cheap cell out in the shed late at night. I can post better ones if you would like.