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  1. I have a set that goes from 3.5 to 15 and is...

    I have a set that goes from 3.5 to 15 and is perfect for most grooving, especially for matching odd-sized plywood for mission doors and is my most used set.
  2. How long a tenon can you form with the 200mm set?

    How long a tenon can you form with the 200mm set?
  3. Most adjustable groovers have replaceable carbide...

    Most adjustable groovers have replaceable carbide tips so the radius of the cutter will always be the same even after it dulls and the carbide gets turned. A brazed carbide tool will of course...
  4. [QUOTE=Tom Trees;2986661] Yup! Take a look at...

    [QUOTE=Tom Trees;2986661]

    Yup! Take a look at my next post. :D
  5. I hear you! The problem is, it's really a good...

    I hear you! The problem is, it's really a good idea to go down the right path from the very start and there are a LOT of ways to get started on the wrong path on YouTube. This is starting to get...
  6. Not a lot of good shaper use advice available on...

    Not a lot of good shaper use advice available on YouTube unfortunately. I have a couple videos talking about a few tooling options only but not about techniques. Many of the "how to" videos out...
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    Welcome to woodworking and the forum! This...

    Welcome to woodworking and the forum!

    This is the most modern book on safe shaper work right now in my opinion: https://amzn.to/2R7mqkU
    It's a very handy machine but deserves respect and you...
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    I would do what Mike says and just get a...

    I would do what Mike says and just get a euroblock and have knives made to fit. The blocks I use accept 55mm high knives which means you should be able to get the tongue and the grooving profile on...
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    Nice planer Darcey, but what I would like to know...

    Nice planer Darcey, but what I would like to know is if anyone really knows how to properly pronounce the name?
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    Super cool Jared, thanks for keeping us in the...

    Super cool Jared, thanks for keeping us in the loop. It must have been fun to make.
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    Exactly, good advice.

    Exactly, good advice.
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    I don't usually either but every now and then...

    I don't usually either but every now and then something comes along. I made reproduction wooden siding for half of a big old east coast house one time and that was a big job. Had to roll the small...
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    Yup! I use it a the time. I actually use the...

    Yup! I use it a the time. I actually use the outboard fence on the shaper for bringing stock down to final width on a big job with miles to do because I don't have a power feeder on the bench saw...
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    Glazing bars with split wheels is a pain too!

    Glazing bars with split wheels is a pain too!
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    You've got the gist of it! There are always...

    You've got the gist of it! There are always multiple ways to skin a cat, and the additional pressure against the outboard fence can happen in a number of different ways, but pressure against it...
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    That's exactly the settup I was picturing from...

    That's exactly the settup I was picturing from your post, and it looks like there's plenty of material for the stock feeder to grab on to. Feather boards or similar pushing against the outboard...
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    That's what I understood.

    That's what I understood.
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    It sounds to me like your outfeed roller is...

    It sounds to me like your outfeed roller is causing you some headache. Check too that the rollers are parallel to the table left to right and only a little toe down along the length of at all. The...
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    By offset fence, do you mean outboard fence? ...

    By offset fence, do you mean outboard fence?

    Does the timing of the divot coincide with when the end of the piece meets a feeder wheel? Perhaps the last wheel is sagging down a bit or is...
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    If I were to suggest only one book, this would be...

    If I were to suggest only one book, this would be it: https://www.leevalley.com/en-gb/shop/tools/books-and-dvds/72102-masters-guide-to-timber-framing

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    Hi Patrick, timber framing is one of the things I...

    Hi Patrick, timber framing is one of the things I do for a living so feel free to ask any questions you might have. My approach is to employ some techniques that are older than what is considered...
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    Like Darcey says, 5k ought to get you into very...

    Like Darcey says, 5k ought to get you into very good territory for a used shaper! They are very simple machines and easy to assess on site when you go look at them, with the exception of the...
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    This will be fun, do you have the full compliment...

    This will be fun, do you have the full compliment of tooling with it? Did you hear that Jack got an ECA?

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    I think Bill has the best idea.

    I think Bill has the best idea.
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    Find a way to warm it up before you bring it in...

    Find a way to warm it up before you bring it in if possible, otherwise the condensation will only happenas long as it takes to warm up. Wipe it all off ASAP and you'll probably be ok.
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