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  1. Creeker's Past Week's Accomplishments

    19 Aug 2019

    Greetings,
    A great victory this week....I finally got the bathroom remodel completed!!! The LOML and I are both happy with the end results. I was also able to get 2 cutting boards...
  2. Good to see you back Mr. Hart!!!! I have several...

    Good to see you back Mr. Hart!!!! I have several rough turned bowls I need to finish that are about that old. I guess I need to get busy.....AFTER....it cools down outside a bit. :)
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    Maybe I'm a bit still in the old school, but I...

    Maybe I'm a bit still in the old school, but I still use DNA for soaking and drying green turned bowls. I've tried several other methods but I was losing way too many blanks. Learned about the DNA...
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    Oh the lessons we learn the hard way!!!! Been...

    Oh the lessons we learn the hard way!!!! Been there.....done that......didn't like it then and it's a sore reminder today.....
    Thanks for the reminder Fitz!!
  5. JLT #79F-6-1R Single Level Panel Clamp Price is...

    JLT #79F-6-1R Single Level Panel Clamp
    Price is around $1100 or $1300....I can't remember which. ;)
  6. I guess my misunderstanding about the JLT system...

    I guess my misunderstanding about the JLT system was that it would have clamps that were similar to the Bessey clamps I have with coplanar jaws. If it doesn't, then their system doesn't really buy me...
  7. Thank you Joe! Much appreciate your feedback. I...

    Thank you Joe! Much appreciate your feedback. I have a LOT of Bessey clamps that I've used for "years" and was just wondering if I was missing a really good clamp setup for making butcher block tops...
  8. They make a single tiered setup that I'm...

    They make a single tiered setup that I'm interested in. It will do well since I'm a very small shop and I'm more single project kind of thing. I'm just looking for how well you like it, how well does...
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    You can contact Keith Outten about becoming an...

    You can contact Keith Outten about becoming an advertiser on SMC.
  10. JLT Clamp System - Anybody here using it?

    I'm in serious need of better ways to clamp up my work. I get large flat panel projects often enough to warrant me doing something about it. I've seen and read where several people really like the...
  11. Creeker's Past Week's Accomplishments

    12 Aug 2019

    Greetings,
    The good news is that the LOML and I got the bathroom remodel done...except......for 4 pieces of crown molding and the final few touchups of paint on the 4 pieces of crown....
  12. Creeker's Past Week's Accomplishments

    5 Aug 2019

    Greetings,
    The LOML and I finally got all the "issues" resolved with the bathroom remodel and we started moving forward with the remodel instead of the old 1 step forward and 4 steps...
  13. I am unable to come up with the money I am short...

    I am unable to come up with the money I am short for this purchase. I have sent you a PM James. Sorry for the delay.
  14. I'm interested in this James! I'm looking to...

    I'm interested in this James! I'm looking to count my pennies and see how I can do this. I know you said "pickup" only.....but just letting you know that I'm interested.
  15. Creeker's Past Week's Accomplishments

    29 Jul 2019

    Greetings,
    Itís been a productive week but still frustrating. Worked through all the plumbing problems and now we are repaired and in the dry. Finished a large cutting board and got...
  16. I am working on gathering money for my first...

    I am working on gathering money for my first machine. It won't be what I really want, but due to funding, it will be what I can at least get started with. I also want to start with VCarve software....
  17. I understand that the basic "machine" is the same...

    I understand that the basic "machine" is the same as it was over 10 years ago. I'm in computer I.T. and an ex-programmer, so I understand the software is what makes the world go around.
    I'm planning...
  18. So, is it ok to start out as a hobbyist to learn the ropes?

    I've been researching and thinking about adding CNC to my shop for a few years now. My issue is, I don't have several Thousand $ to throw at something and I want to add a small CNC to my...
  19. +1 ^^^ What Robert Engel just said. I've done...

    +1 ^^^

    What Robert Engel just said.
    I've done a LOT of panel glue ups, some very large, but the advice Robert offered there is what I go by most often. I've been guilty of using far too much...
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    ++1 And get it with a Shelix cutter head!!!!...

    ++1
    And get it with a Shelix cutter head!!!! DAMHIKT!!!
    (Don't Ask Me How I Know This)
  21. Creeker's Past Week's Accomplishments

    22 Jul 2019

    Greetings,
    Getting an earlier than normal start as I have a very busy week starting tomorrow morning. The LOML started out as wanting to repaint the hall bathroom, then that morphed...
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    Matt, I have that quill completely removed. I...

    Matt,
    I have that quill completely removed. I have stripped the machine of all except the base and the belt sanding assembly. Disk and guard have been remove as well as the drive pulley on the shaft...
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    Ok, I'm stuck. :) The belt sander part is in...

    Ok, I'm stuck. :)
    The belt sander part is in the vertical position and I can't seem to find a way to move it to the horizontal position. I've twisted and poked at every screw/bolt on the machine....
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    Here is the pic of it from where I picked it up....

    Here is the pic of it from where I picked it up.

    412892

    Also found a plate under some paint. Kasino - No model # stamped on the plate.
    Also found a part number on the belt sander arm - DS101A
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    So I bought an old belt disk sander

    I paid $50 for a working and running 6x48 belt and 12" disk. Enclosed cabinet and it runs.
    I plan on repainting it and trying to replace a noisy bearing or 2.
    I've never reworked an older machine...
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