|Forum topic by Charlie||posted 557 days ago||578 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
557 days ago
Never had a jointer before so this is kinda cool.
I need to work a bit on my jointer technique, but after adjusting the outfeed table height according to the manual (that book thing that usually comes with new equipment), I am getting extremely good results.
I have ordered some G96 to protect the tables and fence, but in the meantime I waxed them with Johnson’s Paste Wax. Dumb question, but how do you get the wax off so you can apply the G96? What safely removes the paste wax?
And what is is about having the ability to mill straight, flat, true pieces of stock that makes me want to build more stuff? :)