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    Jacob Mac

    Hammer K3 Winner 48x48 thoughts?

    Thread Starter: Jacob Mac

    I'm kicking around getting the Hammer K3 Winner 48x48 sliding table saw. Does anyone have one? Experience with it? Better options in the $5,000 price range? I suppose the Sawstop and the Minimax SC2 are probably the other contenders. I'm tracking that used is always an option, just tough to...

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    John TenEyck

    My OneFinity has Landed

    Thread Starter: John TenEyck

    After a long 8 weeks and 5 days my Journeyman was delivered by UPS this past Tuesday. Fortunately, everything arrived in good shape. I have to say, 1F has made assembly of the main unit very easy. They have a well written, easy to follow, assembly manual. After unpacking the three boxes it took...

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    Pat Germain

    Options for Harvey Table Saw?

    Thread Starter: Pat Germain

    I've been away from woodworking for about ten years while I was restoring a car. It was something wanted to do since I was a kid and I finally got it done. Now I want to get back into woodworking and I will need a new table saw. I had been using a hot-rodded Craftsman contractor saw. It got the...

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    Thomas Colson

    How to replace Syder/Coupler on Supermax 16/32>?

    Thread Starter: Thomas Colson

    I have a Supermax 16/32 with a pretty clapped out rubber spyder-coupler. Little tiny pieces of rubber are coming out of it, which makes sense, I've used this like I stole it for the last 2 years. Any videos or instructions with pictures anywhere on how to do this that are deliberately hidden and...

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    Brian Elfert

    I think my zero turn mower is cursed!

    Thread Starter: Brian Elfert

    I bought a used 2019 Grasshopper diesel zero turn mower with 189 hours on it last summer. I had all kinds of problems with it initially including a starter that didn't always turn over. I realized after I bought it that the mower had been buried pretty deep in mud or something as the dashboard...

    Last Post By: Ronald Blue Today, 11:50 AM Go to last post
    Keegan Shields

    Teach us about rasps and floats

    Thread Starter: Keegan Shields

    There is a ton of info on the web about the more common woodworking hand tools (chisels, planes, saws) but what about rasps and floats? What’s the difference in application? How do these tools fit into the tool continuum from axe to sandpaper? What brands and models would you recommend to...

    Last Post By: Maurice Mcmurry Today, 9:18 AM Go to last post
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    Neville Stewart

    UV laser from Rayfinetech

    For flat work, youd get a decent one for 10k, this is 3d and is about 15. it marks what fiber or CO2 wont and does a way better job on most materials

    Neville Stewart Today, 11:58 AM Go to last post
    Charles Lent

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    I use a ceiling mounted Brett Guard, and when needed, I have a Delta Pop-Up Splitter to pull up into place from below the insert. I also have a laser

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    Jim Koepke

    Nailed It!

    Bill, I have and tried a nail puller on these. It might have worked if the staples were in horizontally. It was almost impossible to get any penetration

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    Ronald Blue

    I think my zero turn mower is cursed!

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