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    I agree, when I had brake cable issues it did not...

    I agree, when I had brake cable issues it did not work in any position. However, the brake cable moves with the arbor at that end, so it is at least theoretically possible that there could be a...
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    Which error code is it giving you? There are...

    Which error code is it giving you? There are some types of Dado blades that are not recommended for use with the SawStop due to incompatibilities with the brake system - I don't know the details on...
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    I started building furniture as a hobby about 6...

    I started building furniture as a hobby about 6 years ago. I purchased a Grizzly 6" jointer with a helical head once I had a couple projects under my belt and felt like I needed to "up my game". At...
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    The rigging team who delivered mine had no issue...

    The rigging team who delivered mine had no issue with a regular forklift and a regular pallet jack. There were no special modifications made to the crate or pallet.
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    I just had an A3-41 delivered last month - you...

    I just had an A3-41 delivered last month - you can scroll down or search for my thread on that delivery. I agree that sometimes if you add a little "green sweetener" to the deal they will sometimes...
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    Thanks - I am very happy with how it is turning...

    Thanks - I am very happy with how it is turning out. Couple things about those joints. About a year ago, I made a prototype version of this table - a smaller version with the same materials that my...
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    I think the bottom line is that for a typical...

    I think the bottom line is that for a typical hobbiest, a router table will pretty much do everything that you need to...and so will a shaper. In general, router tables are thought to be somewhat...
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    Let’s see if this photo shows up... 412585

    Let’s see if this photo shows up...

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    Ash Dining Table

    I have recently completed construction on this Ash dining table - next weekend I will start sanding, rounding off edges, squaring off the ends, applying finish etc.... Thickness of the top is 2.5",...
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    They backed the rollback truck as far up as they...

    They backed the rollback truck as far up as they could, which meant they were already about 1/4 of the way up. Then they went up forwards with the forklift (machine out front). It was raining and...
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    Fred - you can see one of earlier replies...

    Fred - you can see one of earlier replies above...They charged $1200. For them it was a 90min drive from their warehouse each way to my place. They had the rollback truck, forklift, pallet jack,...
  12. I recently took delivery of my Hammer A3-41,...

    I recently took delivery of my Hammer A3-41, which I had ordered some time ago. So far it’s been fantastic. Converting to and from planer/jointer mode is a snap. Way more capacity than my old 6”...
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    Well, last night I used the new A3-41 to finish...

    Well, last night I used the new A3-41 to finish jointing and planing some 12/4 Ash for my dining room table project. These pieces were 7-8’ long and 8-10” wide. The Hammer did an amazing job - the...
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    Great idea to make the jig for mounting of the...

    Great idea to make the jig for mounting of the rails - wish I had thought of it. I used a metric WoodPeckers Paolini rule - worked out OK. The rigging company I used was Mariano Brothers Rigging...
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    Delivered: Hammer A3-41!

    As a follow-up to some previous threads...I ordered a Hammer A3-41 back in February to replace a Grizzly 6" jointer + DeWalt 735 planer. It was delivered today! I hired a specialist equipment...
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    I am a hobby woodworker and, like many, started...

    I am a hobby woodworker and, like many, started with a direct-drive jobsite saw. I don't know if you are using one of these small jobsite/benchtop style saws or a slightly larger "contractor" style...
  17. Well let's see... The standard Hammer A3-41...

    Well let's see... The standard Hammer A3-41 tables are about 71 inches long total. If I use the longest extensions I can add another 62 inches of table length...for a grand total of 11ft. I'll be...
  18. I, too, have purchased a Hammer A3...

    I, too, have purchased a Hammer A3 jointer-planer, the 16" version. It is currently sitting in a warehouse at a local rigging company, who will do the final delivery to my garage shop next Thursday....
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    I have an extremely steep driveway, an honest 25%...

    I have an extremely steep driveway, an honest 25% grade. I am awaiting delivery of a Hammer A3-41 J/P. With accessories and packing estimated weight is in the neighborhood of 1200lbs. I live in...
  20. I made a table with finger joints connecting the...

    I made a table with finger joints connecting the legs to the 2.75" thick top (no apron). I made joinery on my pantorouter but had the same issue with my router bit not being long enough to make the...
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    I use Boeshield "Rust Free" and a scotch-brite...

    I use Boeshield "Rust Free" and a scotch-brite pad to remove stubborn rust spots. If the rust is light a little Boeshield T9 can be used to scrub it out with the scotch-brite pad. The T9 is also...
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    A wise man learns more from his enemies than a...

    A wise man learns more from his enemies than a fool from his friends. - Nikki Lauda

    If they can make penicillin out of moldy bread , they can sure make something out of you. -Muhammed Ali
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  23. Well I guess the answer depends on what equipment...

    Well I guess the answer depends on what equipment you have... Sounds like you at least have a table saw and a router. I have done complex angled M&T with a Festool Domino and also with my...
  24. This weekend I built a wall-mounted swinging...

    This weekend I built a wall-mounted swinging lamp, based on the one published in a recent issue of Fine Woodworking. Theirs was made of Tiger Maple, but I had some some 12/4 Oak not earmarked for...
  25. Congrats on getting started. You'll be amazed at...

    Congrats on getting started. You'll be amazed at what you can do with a few simple tools. As you are probably aware, buying wood from a lumberyard is not the same as buying at a big-box store. The...
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