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    Amazing job Mark! As usual for you. Thanks for...

    Amazing job Mark! As usual for you. Thanks for posting.
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    I have a couple 10” blades I had bored to 1.25....

    I have a couple 10” blades I had bored to 1.25. Rip type blades better. 10” will fit inside the fence of your T12. You can get flutter with aggressive cuts. Because you only have spindle spacers...
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    Thanks for taking the time to do that John!

    Thanks for taking the time to do that John!
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    John, in a past life I had a Hapfo Hydro copy...

    John, in a past life I had a Hapfo Hydro copy lathe. It was not capable of face cutting. If it was, most rosets I reproduce would not be possible. Perhaps on a CNC controlled one if they can cross...
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    I make these on occasion for local restoration....

    I make these on occasion for local restoration. If itís less than 25 to 30 pieces I will hand turn them. Iím not a skilled turner but these are pretty easy to make on the lathe. Here is a batch I...
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    Vexor will make these for a tool holder they...

    Vexor will make these for a tool holder they make.
    https://www.vexorcwt.com/ I don’t think they show it on the web page. Not inexpensive. I think Connecticut Saw does these also. If you have a...
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    Best way to check those is with the cutter...

    Best way to check those is with the cutter installed in the shaper with a straight edge across the fence opening. Itís hard to tell just looking at the cutter. Have you run any wood samples yet?
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    Kevin offers some good advice here. In his first...

    Kevin offers some good advice here. In his first post he mentioned doing a square edge shiplap type joint. I have some pictures that were done on the shaper. It’s very simple, the fence is not moved...
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    Interesting project Kevin, thanks for sharing....

    Interesting project Kevin, thanks for sharing.
    joe
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    This is a simple jig I use for cutting anything...

    This is a simple jig I use for cutting anything round on the bandsaw.
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    I never try to dimension solid stock on the...

    I never try to dimension solid stock on the slider unless it’s over 10” wide. Don’t like saw marks on finished pieces. I always rip over size and get clean edges through the S4S or planer on edge. If...
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    Andrew, samples help but for cutters with no...

    Andrew, samples help but for cutters with no drawings and the rounded joinery forget trying to measure off the cutter. Better to use the old two board method to set these cutters up initially. This...
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    Brent, if you send me the contact of your...

    Brent, if you send me the contact of your machinest friend I will send him instructions on proper setup of the Rangate cutter.
    Joe
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    I use white oak and sometimes mahogany. White oak...

    I use white oak and sometimes mahogany. White oak is long wearing. For ADA I usually buy aluminum or bronze pre made ADA. For historical ADA I use thicker White oak if it can be buried beneath the...
  15. A bump block attached the the fence is a good...

    A bump block attached the the fence is a good system. Using the fence only even if close to parallel you will get variation and runbbing.
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    The Rangate cutter is larger but probably cuts...

    The Rangate cutter is larger but probably cuts about the same as Whitehill. The big difference though is the Rangate one comes with detailed drawings and flats on the cutter that make it easy to set...
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    Years ago the local cabinet door mfg. had a low...

    Years ago the local cabinet door mfg. had a low tech coping station. They bolted together 2 small Delta shapers with enough space between for their longest rails. With matched left and right cutters...
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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...
  21. 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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