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    Eric, the majority of barn wood doors I’ve made...

    Eric, the majority of barn wood doors I’ve made are interior. The gray pine on the LVL core was exterior on a restaurant but was well protected. There was some concern about oil from customers hands...
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    Building good doors out of reclaimed can be labor...

    Building good doors out of reclaimed can be labor intensive. If the material is reasonable straight and flat you can do a light facing and skip plane. That’s what we did on these white oak doors. The...
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    I’ve moved a lot of machines and anymore if it’s...

    I’ve moved a lot of machines and anymore if it’s a one day drive I will go after it myself. Anything longer I use a one way truck that is air ride. These require forklift at both ends and you are...
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    Works good for distressed doors John but it dents...

    Works good for distressed doors John but it dents easy. It’s softer than fir. It’s been a few years since I bought it but it was $3.50 or so a few years ago. Sounds like it has gone up a lot. The...
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    Process a few thousand feet of it and I bet you...

    Process a few thousand feet of it and I bet you won’t like the smell and bitter taste in your mouth that Kevin mentioned. The smell stays in the DC for a long time. It’s a very stable timber good for...
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    Hi Tom, no it has sealed bearings. Originally it...

    Hi Tom, no it has sealed bearings. Originally it had bearings with zerks. On the advise of several people I went back in with sealed bearings. The saw has 3 speeds 2800/4000/5500 to handle large...
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    Patrick, yes that is the correct code- Water...

    Patrick, yes that is the correct code- Water Blue.
    Martin changed it slightly earlier on. It can look different in photos depending on the lighting.
    The flap wheels can remove metal in the rougher...
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    I would say the Martin is a better finish planer....

    I would say the Martin is a better finish planer. I have a 20 year old T44 that I bought new. I like the Tersa head, running carbide now. The rubber rollers and no bed rolls make snipe free cutting....
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    Thanks Mark! Your thread on your T17 breakdown...

    Thanks Mark! Your thread on your T17 breakdown was a great help on this.
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    Only working part time solo now Dave and figuring...

    Only working part time solo now Dave and figuring out I could get by with less space and machines.
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    Hi Brian, I bought this from Martin. It was...

    Hi Brian,
    I bought this from Martin. It was expensive but heck when riding the Titanic might as well go first class!
    in Mark’s post on his T17 he and Chris Hall had other sources for less expensive...
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    Thanks Patrick and Jim for the comments!

    Thanks Patrick and Jim for the comments!
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    Thanks Ronald it is a lot of work and I knew...

    Thanks Ronald
    it is a lot of work and I knew what I was getting into after doing the T23 shaper. A lot of pain but now forgotten now that I am using it.
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    Patrick, I have this air die grinder with flap...

    Patrick, I have this air die grinder with flap wheels from Klingspor that makes polishing metal easy.
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    My V ways have very little wear. Gary Shultz who used to post a lot on the OWWM had a T...
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    Thanks for the nice comments everyone! Phillip,...

    Thanks for the nice comments everyone!
    Phillip, the fence does fold out of the way and yes that is the Felder short fence. I have the original long fence that goes out past 10’ but where this saw...
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    Martin T17 Joinery saw back in service

    I rebuilt my T17 starting last December working on it when I could. Put it back into use a few weeks ago and just finished up the last 2 items this week. Mounting a Suva Guard and a oil pump instead...
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    Patrick, here is the fence setting gauge. Should...

    Patrick,
    here is the fence setting gauge. Should be a couple holes in the saw blade end of your fence. Plug this in when resetting the fence to keep stop accuracy.
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    The short Felder fence...
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    Patrick, I did go with the water blue to match...

    Patrick,
    I did go with the water blue to match my restored T23. I will post about it when I get a chance. The groves in my T75 were about 1/8” wide. I think 3/16 might be OK. I had the fence like...
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    Glad it worked out Patrick! Looks like you have...

    Glad it worked out Patrick! Looks like you have all the important parts. The brass scale on my T17 was so worn it was almost unreadable. I ended up taking it off and putting on a metric- imperial...
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    Patrick, The older T75s were lighter. As they...

    Patrick,
    The older T75s were lighter. As they were getting near the end of that model they weighed more as they added more things like a overhead guard, scoring saws, heavier outriggers etc. If itís...
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    I cut curve shoulders on door tenons using the...

    I cut curve shoulders on door tenons using the shaper and the end of the tenon as a guide. I think the same principle could be used with a router. These are short tenons only about 1 1/2” long. I use...
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    I think the weight is going to be around 2300lbs....

    I think the weight is going to be around 2300lbs. Here is a screen shot from a sales brochure. Does not say if that’s for the 8’ or 10’ saw.
    when I sold my 8’ T75 to a furniture maker 3 miles down...
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    I was impressed with it Brian. Spent some time...

    I was impressed with it Brian. Spent some time looking at it and a lot of clever features- mechanical read outs, air clamp and the fence system.Yes strictly woodworking but would be a quick setup for...
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    For woodworking my dream drill press is one from...

    For woodworking my dream drill press is one from Hess in Germany. Last time I looked about 6K plus shipping.

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  25. Tenoning disks in a sliding table or tenoner are...

    Tenoning disks in a sliding table or tenoner are the way to go for a shop doing joinery for a living but there are a lot of ways to cut accurate tenons on the table saw or slider for low volume or...
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