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    You might feel safer if you pull the front wheel...

    You might feel safer if you pull the front wheel off the feeder and move the feeder forward to cover the cutter head. Purpose made jointer feeders only have one wheel so you would still have two or...
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    I highly recommend you don’t use Gorilla glue. We...

    I highly recommend you don’t use Gorilla glue. We do wide belt sanding for other shops and when I see panels coming in glued with Gorilla they are usually failing coming out of the sander. Long time...
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    Emtek is mid range hardware and will prep both...

    Emtek is mid range hardware and will prep both tubular and full mortise locks for doors up to 3” thick. You have to specify at time of order though. Baldwin, Rocky Mountain and other high end...
  4. Starting on page 29 the Panhans safety catalog...

    Starting on page 29 the Panhans safety catalog has parts for these.
    https://www.panhans.de/wp-content/uploads/sitec-katalog-en-4.pdf
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    Tom, the lever is not a problem at all. The Suva...

    Tom, the lever is not a problem at all. The Suva is a little stiff and the lever makes it easy to move up and down. I think all these guards would prevent buckling to a certain degree but they all...
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    The massive staging to build the spire is...

    The massive staging to build the spire is overwhelming!
    thanks for keeping us up on this Kevin.
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    Tom, my 24 year old full format slider has a...

    Tom, my 24 year old full format slider has a fairly stiff overhead guard that is motorized. Still not intended to be any kind of anti kickback device. Martin only did this for a few years. I think...
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    Tom, here are some close up pictures of the...

    Tom,
    here are some close up pictures of the guard. The spring tension is adjustable. As I said these will not prevent kick back. I don’t think they would prevent the workpiece riding up unless you...
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    Tom, The guard is under spring tension and moves...

    Tom,
    The guard is under spring tension and moves with little effort. It stays where you set it but would lift up with a kick back. These will not prevent kickback. I usually set mine slightly higher...
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    Tom, I used the Suva guard on my restored T17....

    Tom,
    I used the Suva guard on my restored T17. It’s a great overhead guard and picks up sawdust almost 100%. That is my motivation for these more than safety. Two downsides, I had to have my own...
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    Nice Find! I see it has the Panhans APA guides!...

    Nice Find! I see it has the Panhans APA guides! Those are still available if you need parts.
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    Thanks Kevin, very interesting! Great that your...

    Thanks Kevin, very interesting! Great that your son was able to take part!
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    I like the Nakahashi brand, ordered metric ones...

    I like the Nakahashi brand, ordered metric ones from the UK and imperial from Lee Valley along with the proper cones to sharpen. The only fault with these compared to the old Greenlee and Wadkin...
  14. Phillip, the nail groove with proper clearance...

    Phillip, the nail groove with proper clearance will allow use of a flooring nailer. The first floor I did for myself on the shaper I used groovers and rebate cutters stacked as you describe. Got the...
  15. Phillip, 0.3 mm or a little more is correct....

    Phillip,
    0.3 mm or a little more is correct. First time we ran flooring on the moulder we got it too tight and a red faced contractor showed up the next day with the 2000 sq ft load and we had to re...
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    I had a router spindle made for my vintage T23....

    I had a router spindle made for my vintage T23. It only runs 9K. It works good with medium and large size bits. I donít use it very often but handy occasionally for special setups. 25 years ago I...
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    A Tokiwa or similar saw-tenoner is on my wish...

    A Tokiwa or similar saw-tenoner is on my wish list, expensive to import from Japan.Would be handy for a lot of joinery. Never Stop Building built his own....
  18. Kevin, nothing wrong with white oak thresholds....

    Kevin, nothing wrong with white oak thresholds. That’s my go to even on the euro doors. I have a dislike for aluminum. I have some in stock from Europe and use them if the client requests. Aluminum...
  19. Kevin, agree the labor cost will be higher in a...

    Kevin, agree the labor cost will be higher in a custom shop building these but with care you can achieve good performance results far better than most mainstream mfgs. The trick is avoiding the...
  20. Kilian hardware and a few others have it....

    Kilian hardware and a few others have it. Difficult to install and not thermally efficient but lasts a long time.
  21. Andrew, I had that many years ago with a Delta...

    Andrew, I had that many years ago with a Delta Shaper (1975). On the plus side for cutting one side tenons you can cut long tenons without the shaft interfering and you will save money on cutters....
  22. Brent, not confusing at all. Remember H7 is for...

    Brent, not confusing at all. Remember H7 is for the bore not the shaft. Plus is bigger, minus is smaller.
    see attached screen shot.
    502514
  23. Bill, not sure I agree with your + and - . g 6...

    Bill, not sure I agree with your + and - . g 6 for the shaft in the example of 30mm, 1.25Ē and 40mm diameters can be exact size or in range of micrometers slightly smaller. H7 for the bore sizes is...
  24. Brent, H7 is for the bore of the cutter. g6 is...

    Brent,
    H7 is for the bore of the cutter. g6 is the shaft tolerance.
  25. Itís typical to have a very slight rocking...

    Itís typical to have a very slight rocking motion.
    Very slight! Without rocking just moving side to side if there is movement it might be too much.
    Hard to put all that in wordsÖ
    Have you checked...
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