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  1. I think your idea might work on the frame but the...

    I think your idea might work on the frame but the muntiins would have to cut on both sides and are quite small to support a router.

    Since insurance may cover pro shop repair I would look into...
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    If you can move the shaft by hand there is play....

    If you can move the shaft by hand there is play. Thinner shim sounds good. My jointer has a stack of thinner shims cut from card stock so it is easy to make a slight change. There is an article in an...
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    I have similar Faye&Eagan 16". A machinist friend...

    I have similar Faye&Eagan 16". A machinist friend converted it to 4 modern knives with jib screws.

    I would consider removing a shim from the bearings.

    Pix of the head conversion:
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  4. Thread: Wood tap

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    easy to tap wood with a metalworking tap. I use...

    easy to tap wood with a metalworking tap. I use 1/4-20 and 5/16-18. Drill a smaller hole than you would in metal.

    I like to tap with the drill press turning by hand, but chucking the tap in a...
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    i had a lightning strike on a ridge top cherry...

    i had a lightning strike on a ridge top cherry once that split about 30' of trunk into 3 pieces and scattered shards over a 200 yard radius. The power of nature!
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    I have flattened similar things by using the...

    I have flattened similar things by using the conveyor belt. Turn on feed motor only, hold the open side against the conveyor.
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    Sounds like a lot of work for a BBQ cart - thanks...

    Sounds like a lot of work for a BBQ cart - thanks for sharing
  8. There was an article in an early FWW mag by Tage...

    There was an article in an early FWW mag by Tage Frid on how to use a router with a grindstone to sharpen jointer knives in place.

    Or get a set of magnetic knife holders to speed changes.
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    Ineresting. I have woodworking business and am...

    Ineresting. I have woodworking business and am also a mandolin player. I am having a hard time understanding this market. I have always used extra heavy picks and have made some picks. My experience...
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    3 phase 240v is very common on used industrial...

    3 phase 240v is very common on used industrial grade woodworking machinery, way more common than single phase. I have been fortunate to acquire machines from the golden age of American machine tools...
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    I'm currently running a Kay rotary 10 hp rated to...

    I'm currently running a Kay rotary 10 hp rated to start 10 hp and run 20. I got a deal I couldn't refuse on it about 5 years ago.

    Before that I used a homemade RPC with 7 hp idler started with...
  12. You could groove both edges with a dado stack on...

    You could groove both edges with a dado stack on your table saw. Flip end for end so the same face rides against the fence. Fence side goes against the posts. I would make the fit loose. Cut to...
  13. What about doing spline and groove? I would try a...

    What about doing spline and groove? I would try a couple pieces just cutting a groove without planing/ jointing/ripping.
  14. If the picture you posted is what you plan to...

    If the picture you posted is what you plan to build why do you need T&G?
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    Rig a jig to hold it flat for the first pass and...

    Rig a jig to hold it flat for the first pass and take it with you to the wide belt.
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    I cut a stepped rabbet and add a 1/4" ply back.

    I cut a stepped rabbet and add a 1/4" ply back.
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    I use a similar double miter fence on my RAS,...

    I use a similar double miter fence on my RAS, mounted on the edge of the table. Cut the 2 pieces on opposite sides and any set up error cancels.
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    Wide enough for a a quart canning jar is a good...

    Wide enough for a a quart canning jar is a good size.
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    I have one I have used for over 40 years. I also...

    I have one I have used for over 40 years. I also have a 16" for face joining but the6" gets more use.
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    I doubt that will work. The dome on the original...

    I doubt that will work. The dome on the original is a non-slip surface.
  21. Wiliams $ Hussey moulding machine.

    Wiliams $ Hussey moulding machine.
  22. Interested. How do you attach these to the bed?

    Interested. How do you attach these to the bed?
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    https://www.cincinnatidowel.com/

    https://www.cincinnatidowel.com/
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    My old Monarch 24" planer has 1 pc. gibs

    My old Monarch 24" planer has 1 pc. gibs
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    I work alone now too. It is amazing how easily...

    I work alone now too. It is amazing how easily and precisely it moves. I've used it to rip heavy doors - easy to keep the work against the fence without supporting the weight.

    I will look into the...
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