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    Correct. Also, using a heat gun to gently soften...

    Correct. Also, using a heat gun to gently soften the tire (or set in the sun if weather is warm enough) will aid in snapping it into place.

    Erik
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    Of all the bizillion MM’s I sold, cannot ever...

    Of all the bizillion MM’s I sold, cannot ever recall a bad motor. Not saying it’s impossible, but would be extremely unexpected. Hope you get ot sorted out quickly.

    Erik
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    Did they all come from the same vendor? More than...

    Did they all come from the same vendor? More than once, I have seen orders of multiple blades that were all welded incorrectly (the usual cause of flutter) from a dealer.

    I would purchase a new...
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    So, you are a one-person shop and considering the...

    So, you are a one-person shop and considering the purchase of a piece of industrial equipment from a dealer who may not have a physical location or service center near you? Questions that should be...
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    I’m assuming you’ve already tried a few different...

    I’m assuming you’ve already tried a few different blades (most common cause of vibration and flutter) but in my experience, Italian saws don’t ever really require replacement tires unless they’ve...
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    HDPE is the sheet stock you would use for...

    HDPE is the sheet stock you would use for adirondack chairs (assuming we aren’t talking about the injection-molded ones you can buy at lowe’s, HD, etc.).

    Any local plastics distributor should...
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    Thatís not accurate. On a Felder CF, each...

    Thatís not accurate. On a Felder CF, each function has its own motor (jointer/planer sharing one motor) and function is determined by a main selector switch. No belts or pulleys connect the halves of...
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    The answer is, “It depends”. There is actually a...

    The answer is, “It depends”. There is actually a factory option for a quick-disconnect wire harness, specifically so owners can easily split and re-join their machines. Primarily for getting through...
  9. Not necessarily… That is correct for recent...

    Not necessarily… That is correct for recent machines but the F410 has been around forever, in one incarnation or another, and there were a whole range of motor sizes used over its history.

    Erik
  10. I can only comment on the F410 Nova. Solid...

    I can only comment on the F410 Nova. Solid machine, long history in the industry, very simple in design. Depending on how the original dealer ordered it, could have either a Standard or Tersa (more...
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    Kendall and Bill are correct. Unless SCM changed...

    Kendall and Bill are correct. Unless SCM changed things, itís simply large hex nuts on a threaded acme shaft. Dont remember if there are grub screws inside the stop nuts but what I do clearly recall...
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    In that case, dado was definitely an option but...

    In that case, dado was definitely an option but the owner would need to confirm.

    Erik
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    Kevin, that is an awesome story. Thanks for...

    Kevin, that is an awesome story. Thanks for sharing. My wife and I were in Paris in 2013 and happened to wander by the Notre Dame while some sort of interactive event with fire dancers (ironic?) was...
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    IMHO, Danís solution is the real answer. ^^^ ...

    IMHO, Danís solution is the real answer. ^^^

    In the early 2000ís, Yeung Chan did an in-house seminar at Felder-Sacramento and brought a bunch of T-nuts he had made out of hardwood, with...
  15. Can vouch. Specifically target beginners, focus...

    Can vouch. Specifically target beginners, focus on fundamentals: https://austinschooloffurniture.com/
  16. Thread: Wny Hasn't?

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    I reported that thread to the Admins.

    I reported that thread to the Admins.
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    I’d pay a bizillion dollars for a permanent...

    I’d pay a bizillion dollars for a permanent solution. “Guaranteed no-fog, blah, blah, blah…” Tried them all and none of it works in the South. So jealous of those who get to work in cool, dry air for...
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    https://ridgecarbidetool.com/collections/dado-sets...

    https://ridgecarbidetool.com/collections/dado-sets/products/8-x-24t-x-5-hk-x-8-pc-x-4t-chipper-dado-master-30mm-bore-felder-machine
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    OP is a Forum Sponsor, but also a bot.

    OP is a Forum Sponsor, but also a bot.
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    The battery on my wife’s bike is from Bosch. In...

    The battery on my wife’s bike is from Bosch. In fact, that was one of their selling points. So, not too worried about when/if. Also, given how popular e-bikes have become and the rate at which...
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    My wife purchased a Cannondale e-bike about a...

    My wife purchased a Cannondale e-bike about a year ago and LOVES it. She was rehabbing a torn MCL and riding a regular bike was too challenging. I really like it, too. Imagine that you are about 50%...
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    Are both blades identical in length? FB-510...

    Are both blades identical in length? FB-510 shouldn’t have any problem with that RK.

    Erik
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    IME, cherry Italian used widebelts are a pretty...

    IME, cherry Italian used widebelts are a pretty rare thing. Usually, your options are auction buys that are full of dust and require a LOT of spare parts to get running to factory spec again. It’s...
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    Blades I would choose for that task, in order of...

    Blades I would choose for that task, in order of cost.

    1.) Lenox Tri-master
    2.) Lenox Woodmaster CT
    3.) Lenox Die-master II

    Hope this helps,

    Erik
  25. Thank you for the kind wishes, Derek! None of...

    Thank you for the kind wishes, Derek!

    None of my business but if this really turns into an impossible situation, you might consider telling your SCM rep you want a refund on the mortising unit...
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