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    Patrick Walsh

    Vintage Martin T75 restoration

    Thread Starter: Patrick Walsh

    So I have a opportunity to purchase the above machine for a fair deal from my employer. I am aware of the phenolic guides being pop riveted I the the sliding table along with not availible for replacement. So my question is as follows to those in the know with regard to the phenolic ways....

    Last Post By: Patrick Walsh Yesterday, 8:56 PM Go to last post
    Chris Kalnasy

    8" Jointer Options

    Thread Starter: Chris Kalnasy

    So I have scoured thread after thread regarding 8" jointers. Right now I am landing with the Grizzly G0858 Parallelogram Helical head. Is there anything else in that price range that far surpasses the grizzly unit? And yes I am shopping new as to have a warranty with it unless it was some...

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    Jon Snider

    New shop build, the MBS

    Thread Starter: Jon Snider

    I’ve received some offline encouragement to post some content of my new shop build. If you’ve read any of my other numerous questions (thx all for invaluable help), I’ve been at this since last April. Here is an effort to slowly catch up. The shop replaces the same spot where I built a veggie...

    Last Post By: Patrick Walsh Yesterday, 6:01 PM Go to last post
    Allan Speers

    Is a 1.5 HP cyclone enough for my gargage shop?

    Thread Starter: Allan Speers

    I know this has been asked many, many times, but I'm hoping for opinions on my specific setup: I have a typical hobbyist 2-car garage-shop. I only use 1 machine at a time. My biggest chip producer is a 12", 3 HP Powermatic 100 planer. I also have a 3 HP Unisaw and a 21", 5 HP bandsaw, but...

    Last Post By: ChrisA Edwards Today, 2:27 PM Go to last post
    steven c newman

    Box Project, from scraps of Ash

    Thread Starter: steven c newman

    Well, will see how this goes....already have had a few days start. Had a tall stack of resawn Ash, before all those trips to the Hospitals happened, and then the Chester Drawers Project....decided to clear the "decks" and see what I could build with the stuff...Sorted through, found 4 pieces...

    Last Post By: steven c newman Yesterday, 9:35 PM Go to last post
    Axel de Pugey

    Are your old plane irons disposable?

    Thread Starter: Axel de Pugey

    Dear All, the other day I was sharpening irons for a Preston side rebate 2506 I received. As the angles were not correct to my liking I realised I was super careful to take off the minimum amount of metal possible. If these irons are finished/damaged I could potentially find replacements but it...

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