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    I have a 12" Craftsman from the 50's that I use...

    I have a 12" Craftsman from the 50's that I use exclusively with a 1/8" blade. I use lennox 5 tooth pattern (left right left right raker) 14 TPI. I have "cool blocks" installed - graphite guides that...
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    See if you can adjust the knives to the outfeed...

    See if you can adjust the knives to the outfeed table.
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    Since you are familiar with making the joint on...

    Since you are familiar with making the joint on your table saw, Make the same joint on a piece of ply or MDF and use it as a template with a hand held router and a 1/4" top bearing pattern bit.
  4. I've had one for 40+ years - a great little...

    I've had one for 40+ years - a great little planer. Big planer features - easily adj. bed rollers, feed rollers and pressure bar. Gib screw under the knives. You can get the manual over at OWWM.
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    Modern V-belts are a huge improvement over flat...

    Modern V-belts are a huge improvement over flat belts. there are a lot of old Frick circular sawmills around here. Every one I have seen has a 4 v-belt pulley on the motor and v-belts driving the...
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    I had a 4" flat belt driving my 32" band saw at...

    I had a 4" flat belt driving my 32" band saw at one time and used liquid belt dressing - horrible messy stuff!

    I have had better luck with the stick type, mostly on machines with step pulleys (2...
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    You could make a strip laminated "butcher block"...

    You could make a strip laminated "butcher block" style countertop 1 1/2" or so thick by edge jointing and ripping your stock to the new thickness and alternating the bow in each strip. Include a...
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    It took about 2 hours to do all the mortises,...

    It took about 2 hours to do all the mortises, 11/16 x 3 1/2" deep.

    A lot easier to move the mortiser than stock this heavy and it doesn't take up any shop space when not in use.
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    Chain mortiser

    Cut mortises yesterday for a double door unit.

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    I agree with Richard - unlikely any stain was...

    I agree with Richard - unlikely any stain was involved - just sanding sealer and toner. Without stripping the whole job stain ain't gonna match.

    You could look into spray cans of pigmented lacquer...
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    I have all my J&P knives back beveled. This makes...

    I have all my J&P knives back beveled. This makes for more of a scrape cut that is better on figure and lasts longer.

    I would send them to a sharpening service for the back bevel grind, then...
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    Nice piece, Darcy. Frame looks similar to my...

    Nice piece, Darcy. Frame looks similar to my Crescent.
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    I am happy with my 66. I would buy a feeder...

    I am happy with my 66. I would buy a feeder before I switched saws - safety and improved cut quality. Plus, I think the 66 will out live a high tech control system.
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    Made a bunch of trees for a museum using...

    Made a bunch of trees for a museum using Structolite plaster:

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    I use a fan to remove condensation from a big...

    I use a fan to remove condensation from a big planer and jointer I use in an unheated space - but in my climate, condensation on the machines only happens a few times /year.
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    +1 on Resource Conservation Technology. i have...

    +1 on Resource Conservation Technology. i have their products I installed 30 years ago still good as new.

    Their self adhesive glazing seals are also awesome.
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    There is a resort on the cliffs of West End...

    There is a resort on the cliffs of West End Negril named Blue Mahoe
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    I use 10"d x 4"w flap wheels on a horizontal...

    I use 10"d x 4"w flap wheels on a horizontal shaft. Get the 240 grit.

    https://www.supergrit.com/products/products_woodworking-contourflapwheels
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    I bought an old Boice- Crane with 13 spindles...

    I bought an old Boice- Crane with 13 spindles last year. I had been looking for several years but held out for a used one to show up - they are out there.
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    Wow. attn sawstop fans - This, is a high end saw.

    Wow. attn sawstop fans - This, is a high end saw.
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    or tape a shim to the table - once.

    or tape a shim to the table - once.
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    Sometimes you just have to back up and redo and...

    Sometimes you just have to back up and redo and get on with it. Heat treat next time. Make a new part and proceed.
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    Nice! I love old bandsaws. I am also a "patina"...

    Nice! I love old bandsaws. I am also a "patina" fan, as in bring it home and hook it up and make dust with it.
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    I have owned one of these for 40 years. Made by...

    I have owned one of these for 40 years. Made by parks in Cincinnati. Built like a big planer with standard chipbreaker, feed roller and bed roller adjustments. You can download the manual at OWWM.
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    Poll: Somebody loaded that log on the mill the wrong...

    Somebody loaded that log on the mill the wrong way!
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