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    Thanks! If I remember correctly, the cabinet...

    Thanks! If I remember correctly, the cabinet itself is about 88Ē wide, 33Ē tall and 14Ē deep. I did want the chisels in a front section, but the right side is very mildly inconvenient to get at, and...
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    Several Projects done

    I figured I's post a few things that I finished up recently. Apologies if the pictures don't work correctly!

    First up, after finishing my roubo bench, the plastic shelves and tubs that held my...
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    Whoa, this is an idea I've been kicking around...

    Whoa, this is an idea I've been kicking around for a while! Just might have to do this now...
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    Well I rechecked the tension and, while on one...

    Well I rechecked the tension and, while on one side it was tight, on the other side it was quite loose. I was unable to tighten it enough with the idler so I think the chain is worn too much. I have...
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    Jointing works just fine but the feed rollers are...

    Jointing works just fine but the feed rollers are disengaged when jointing.

    I do disengage when in jointing mode. The chain tensioner is a separate plastic wheel that you can loosen and tighten....
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    I waxed the tables and it doesnít change...

    I waxed the tables and it doesnít change anything.

    The chain seems to be tensioned appropriately. The teeth on the cogs arenít ďshark finnedĒ, which is how Iíd tell on my bicycle if theyíre worn...
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    Just checked the belts - seem nice and tight and...

    Just checked the belts - seem nice and tight and in good shape. Is it possible the rubber out feed roller has worn to the point itís a different diameter to the I feed roller? Or could excess roller...
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    Jet jointer planer issue

    Hi,

    I have a Jet JJP-12HH jointer/planer combo. Been working great for 5+ years. Recently however it started skipping when in planer mode. It gets bad enough that the chain drive for the feed...
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    Thank you all for the suggestions! Iíve ruined...

    Thank you all for the suggestions! Iíve ruined several parts and even a whole case project with power tools, so Iím really interested in doing everything (maybe except milling stock to S4SÖ) with...
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    Cutting lots of small dadoes

    Hi,

    Iím planning to revamp my tool storage in the near future. Ideally Iíd like to make individual ďcubbiesĒ for my joinery and miscellaneous planes. I can definitely make the dadoes for the main...
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    Any left-handed eggbeaters?

    So as I get more into hand tools, Iím recognizing just how left hand dominant I am. Totally fine for most things. But I got an eggbeater drill based on how ridiculously satisfying it is to drill with...
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    Thanks guys! Some good ideas. I think Iíll either...

    Thanks guys! Some good ideas. I think Iíll either pick up some 90 degree clamps or make a big David Barron alignment board. Iíll let you know how it goes!

    Ken
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    Dovetailing large case pieces

    Hi guys, Iím making a radiator cover that will be 4ft high and 3ft wide. I have a couple questions about the logistics of dovetailing the top to the sides.

    First, pins or tails on the top board?...
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    Oooooh, I see. That's not obvious looking from...

    Oooooh, I see. That's not obvious looking from the outside. I'll loosen the nut on the wheel then, and see how much slack I can take out. Thank you for your help!
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    That's exactly where I'm at - I just can't figure...

    That's exactly where I'm at - I just can't figure out how to get it to move! The nut "seems" to only tighten and loosen the wheel. Do you know how that moves?
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    Jet JJP-12HH how to tighten chain?

    Hi, so I have a Jet JJP-12HH jointer planer combo, about 4 years old. Recently when planing stock there have been clunking noises, with the wood stopping for a second with each clunk and I have to...
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    Prashun, I think that's what I'll do next time I...

    Prashun, I think that's what I'll do next time I make a Maloof seat! It ended up being not a big deal to scrape and sand to level, I'm just looking ahead to where I might get slight misalignment in...
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    Tips for domino angled mortises?

    Hi guys,

    I'm going to be building a set of chairs soon. I've built a Morris chair and a sculpted rocker, and was able to work around the various angles. These chairs are going to be standard...
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    A couple times a year Jet runs a 15% off sale....

    A couple times a year Jet runs a 15% off sale. Usually spring and fall I believe? I'm not sure the exact timing though. Quite nice for the expensive stuff if you can wait!
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    I have it. Works well, relatively quiet. Quick...

    I have it. Works well, relatively quiet. Quick changeover. 12" jointing is awesome.

    The motor runs a bit hot so I replaced the cover panel with steel mesh. The jointer tables are a bear to set...
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    Ok. Track saw it is!

    Ok. Track saw it is!
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    Maybe I'm using the wrong terminology - bevel...

    Maybe I'm using the wrong terminology - bevel might be a better descriptor? Think like a mitered box only bigger.

    The problem with my rip fence is that I've only got 36" capacity and need to cut...
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    Miters on big pieces

    I'm making a case piece and I want to miter the corners. The problem I see is size - the sides will be about 3/4 x 18 x 48. I have a crosscut sled, but cutting with the blade at 45 degrees throws off...
  24. I have a 3hp oneida and I love it. I came from a...

    I have a 3hp oneida and I love it. I came from a HF unit with a super dust deputy. I also looked at Clearvue, but the noise level is something akin to a jet taking off (I'm in a basement shop), while...
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    I guess I don't use much plywood, except for...

    I guess I don't use much plywood, except for drawer bottoms, so I'm not sure. I don't really notice issues there?

    I'd imagine the fence isn't that flat. Would that make a wavy board?
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