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  1. Freeform shaping you can use many tools, files...

    Freeform shaping you can use many tools, files and rasps , die grinders,sanding cylinders and flap wheels. The disk sander can be used for some reasonable fine detail as well as rough hogging. You...
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  3. Tighten the screw that holds the cap iron.

    Tighten the screw that holds the cap iron.
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    Hi Brian, the most important thing is to develop...

    Hi Brian, the most important thing is to develop an understanding of relationships, where and how errors can occur, how to eliminate as many as you can by designing your referencing system and...
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    Nice saw and a great setup Brian.

    Nice saw and a great setup Brian.
  6. Derek, Back bevels, high bed angles, close...

    Derek,

    Back bevels, high bed angles, close throat openings and chipbreakers work to help prevent tearout and leave a fine finished surface.

    As far as chipbreakers, I am just stating the facts...
  7. A cheap handplane that works. Easy to adjust the...

    A cheap handplane that works. Easy to adjust the blade depth, ( smack with a hammer) easy to adjust the lateral alignment ( smack with a hammer) easy to adjust the chipbreaker to blade edge setting...
  8. Double irons work! Birdseye Maple, Curly...

    Double irons work!

    Birdseye Maple, Curly Maple, Baked hard Birdseye Maple. A Variety of random Hardwoods, nice shavings. Supersurfacer*. ( *handplane with a power feeder)

    ...
  9. I guess i just don't get it; why wouldn't you...

    I guess i just don't get it; why wouldn't you just clamp block of wood to your mitre fence and cut it and examine the cut surface. You can tell how well aligned it is by the resulting scratches...
  10. You don't need any jigs, calipers, dial...

    You don't need any jigs, calipers, dial indicators or custom machined super flat plates;
    All you need is an understanding of what you are hoping to achieve, how to achieve it and a block of wood...
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    Hi Patrick, Thanks and don't worry about me, i...

    Hi Patrick, Thanks and don't worry about me, i am fine.

    Life is an unnecessary risk.
    We live with danger and take risks and place trust in every aspect of our lives, From everything in our...
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    Hi Malcolm, The router and the part in the...

    Hi Malcolm,

    The router and the part in the lathe were not in contact at any time.
    The router and the lathe would be turning in opposite directions if and when in contact.
    The lathe was running...
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    Hi Jeff, doing well thanks, my face is healing...

    Hi Jeff,

    doing well thanks, my face is healing quite well, i will have a nice scar, but the doctor did a good job sewing it back together considering the mess. I still have some swelling on my...
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    Top speed of old bessy is 1400 rpm.

    Top speed of old bessy is 1400 rpm.
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    Makita prior history

    I did a quick look online and found a few conversations on this problem dating back to 2006


    CNC Zone 03-10-2006
    https://www.cnczone.com/forums/diy-cnc-router-table-machines/18394-cnc.html
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    Video of the speed control failure.

    I have tried the router probable 100 times since the accident on June 4th; On the day after the accident it went crazy again when i tried it, so i set camera up to catch it,the following week it...
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    Pat. From the manufacture; The RF1101 has a...

    Pat.

    From the manufacture;

    The RF1101 has a powerful 11 AMP motor with soft start for smoother start-ups, and electronic speed control that maintains constant speed under load. The variable...
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    Pat. The grinding wheel was NOT in contact...

    Pat.

    The grinding wheel was NOT in contact with the part in the lathe or anything else.
    I turned the lathe on at 65 rpm
    I turned the router on at 8000 rpm
    I left them run for a few minutes to...
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    Pat, Thanks. Hi Pat, What I was trying...

    Pat, Thanks.

    Hi Pat,


    What I was trying to accomplish with my setup is irrelevant;

    I started the thread to warn people of the potential for sudden failure of speed control, that they may...
  20. Life is all about perspective; For instance all...

    Life is all about perspective; For instance all of the water on the planet is the same that has always been on the planet, no more, no less. it is just recycled. so the water that you drink, someone...
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    Grease the spring and inside the tube, or it will...

    Grease the spring and inside the tube, or it will squeak every time you tilt the blade.
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    A general guideline for safe maximum operating...

    A general guideline for safe maximum operating speed from an article from the Rockler website Printed on January 17 2019

    https://www.rockler.com/learn/router-bit-speed/

    Manufacturers don't...
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    HI Ole, and thanks. The big lathe is an...

    HI Ole, and thanks.

    The big lathe is an awesome beast, 7.5hp 6000LB sleeping monster that can turn you into mincemeat without slowing down. Lots of horror stories and some nasty videos. The lathe...
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    Hi Mike, thanks. There are other options for...

    Hi Mike, thanks.

    There are other options for id & od grinding, with small belt driven spindle and a standard motor. The set up and grinding wheels are the same. In fact there is nothing wrong...
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    Dan, thanks very much; I have given it some...

    Dan, thanks very much; I have given it some thought of course, I usually wear safety glasses and try not to be in direct line of fire for grinding. Small parts that i grind are pretty delicate...
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