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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....

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    Patrick Walsh

    1982 Martin T-23

    Thread Starter: Patrick Walsh

    And so it seems it begins again. The T-75 isn’t even technically done and I have a new project. I’m not gonna go all buggy on this one “just yet” if ever. I will 100% go all the way through the machine and make sure it is 100% fully functional to the 9’s. 10’ for me if it was a term. If anything...

    Last Post By: Patrick Walsh Yesterday, 11:50 PM Go to last post
    Jon Grider

    You know you're getting old when:

    Thread Starter: Jon Grider

    * You can write and read cursive. * You like reading books more than screens. * That cabbage, celery, carrot and potato soup you hated when you were a kid now tastes pretty good. * You don't rely on Spell Checker to write a sentence. * Prunes are a daily part of your diet.

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    Dave Anderson NH

    Time for some levity

    Thread Starter: Dave Anderson NH

    With all of the negativity and political stuff going on with the Covid-19 virus it is time to look at the humorous side of things. Feel free to add more, but keep it clean or it will be deleted.

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    Bob Riefer

    which VFD (and what else?) needed for Delta DJ 20 jointer

    Thread Starter: Bob Riefer

    Hi! New-to-me Delta DJ 20 (37-350) 8" jointer is presently setup with a 3 phase motor, starter, and switch... which I can't power without some adjustments. It's a 1997 machine that is in great condition, and very flat tables (checked with precision straight edge and feeler gauges). Just need to...

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    steven c newman

    Redsign a tool storage spot

    Thread Starter: steven c newman

    in my shop. There is a mess, and getting worse... Is most of the problem.....besides dust and drips landing on things....need some sort of Cabinet...to store all these drills, squares, spokeshaves....Maybe hide the sanders... Not going to a be Heirloom cabinet...and needs to sit on the old...

    Last Post By: steven c newman Yesterday, 7:26 PM Go to last post
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