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    Trestle table supports

    I'm going to be building a 10 ft long trestle table for a client and I've noticed that a majority of tables i see online have the middle supports going from the middle of the bottom to the top of the...
  2. Side note.. I got started in woodworking with...

    Side note..

    I got started in woodworking with hand tools... I never thought i'd be doing much electrical work.. Boy was i wrong. Since then, i've bought a house, had to run new wiring in the...
  3. Ah, ok. I can see how that could cause an issue...

    Ah, ok. I can see how that could cause an issue if it is bad. I'll check it today and give grizzly a call as well.
  4. thanks for all your answers. I didn't put a 30...

    thanks for all your answers. I didn't put a 30 amp breaker and plug in when I ran the circuit because all my local HD had was 20 amp receptacles for the type of plug that came already on the saw....
  5. Table Saw Breaker keeps tripping.. Cold weather?

    I've had my table saw for about 6 months now. it's a grizzly 1023, 3hp, 14 amp. I ran a 10 gauge dedicated circuit with a 20 amp receptacle and breaker. I have had a few instances where the breaker...
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    I put the blade flat on the table and tapped...

    I put the blade flat on the table and tapped around the edges, it made noise, so its not perfectly flat. When it's running you can see the slightest bit of wobble in the teeth, so it may likely be...
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    Table Saw bevel angle problems

    This week i've been building a small end table that is essentially just a mitered plywood box. On the first go around, i set up the blade to 45 using the wixey gauge and then cut all the bevels. I...
  8. Thanks for the input! Y''all made some good...

    Thanks for the input! Y''all made some good points i had'nt though of.

    The drum sander would definitely be the best option for eliminating any tear-out, however, it's down the list of tools i...
  9. Spiral Cutterhead for Jointer or Planer, pick one

    I recently picked up a new in box Grizzly G0586 8" jointer as well as a new Dewalt 735 planer for $600 for both tools. I have enough money to buy one spiral cutterhead, and i need to choose between...
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    I think i like the idea of using it as drawer...

    I think i like the idea of using it as drawer fronts the best. I'm thinking of a long modern style sideboard/buffet, with 6 or 8 drawers, columns of two so they reflect each other. It would look...
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    What should I build with this wood?

    While digging through the racks at the local hardwood supplier I found these two curly maple boards in the paint grade maple rack. Ended up paying $40 for the two boards. I found one board and said...
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    I picked up a set last night here in the Dallas...

    I picked up a set last night here in the Dallas area. Overall they seem ok for good starter/beater set of chisels. IMO, the lands could be finer, but they'll serve me well as paring and chopping...
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    Let's stick a fork in it and call this one done. ...

    Let's stick a fork in it and call this one done.

    I bought a #4 WoodRiver plane on ebay for $60.... now to decide what to spend my extra $140 on... another chisel, new table saw blade, and a...
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    I agree completely. I have come to the same...

    I agree completely. I have come to the same conclusion as you though in regards to the no 7. It can be set up to take super thin shavings, but as soon as i want to do some heavier stock removal I...
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    Better stones are on my list to buy, and i may be...

    Better stones are on my list to buy, and i may be able to if i save money on plane, however i'm not sold on the fact that you need to go any finer.. take a look at paul sellers here...
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    Thank you for addressing the real question! I'm...

    Thank you for addressing the real question! I'm definitely leaning toward a #4 at this point. Doing so would allow me to buy some other things i need as well.
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    I dont think there isnt still a need for hand...

    I dont think there isnt still a need for hand planes,(heck i'm the one asking suggestions on which ones to buy) only that there are newer and better technologies that can do the same job, even if...
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    Nice Mallet! This was the first thing I made...

    Nice Mallet! This was the first thing I made after my bench, and i wish i had made it before.
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    the tear-out i'm getting is small isolated spots...

    the tear-out i'm getting is small isolated spots where the grain changes. And you cant hardly even notice it once its sanded, the grain is filled, and then finished, i just know that it's there and...
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    yes, i admit, i know little about using those...

    yes, i admit, i know little about using those methods, however, as with most new technologies, most innovations that have been made over the years lead to better outcomes and a more efficient...
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    There is only a slight bit of camber on the...

    There is only a slight bit of camber on the corners of the blade. I simply put pressure on each corner for a couple seconds while sharpening. I use this plane to dimension boards as well, so...
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    I agree with you on the sharpening part. Its...

    I agree with you on the sharpening part. Its taken me months to almost perfect it, but im pretty confident in my process now. I use the scary sharp method, and though i want to move to a diamond...
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    My 5-1/2 is a Stanley, one of the newer ones made...

    My 5-1/2 is a Stanley, one of the newer ones made in England with plastic handles. The chip-breaker is as close as it can get to the edge of the blade. the blade is slightly cambered, just enough so...
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    Which smoothing plane to buy

    UPDATE: I bought a #4 on ebay


    I currently have a #6 and a 5 & 1/2 in my hand plane arsenal. These tackle most tasks with ease, however, I still have issues planing figured wood and wood with...
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    Finally got enough tools to make something on the...

    Finally got enough tools to make something on the new bench.. this is the first, and my first, set of hand-cut dovetails for a tissue box! I've got lots of work to do to perfect them, but they'll...
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