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  1. General international called their version of it...

    General international called their version of it a magnum. The only companies that I know that still use this style of cutters are Cantek, Kms Tools house brand Magnum Industrial and Normand's Steel...
  2. Here's how I did it on mine. I didn't want to...

    Here's how I did it on mine. I didn't want to drill any holes in mine so I needed to buy a few bolts. The brackets lined up quite well and only had to enlarge the holes slightly on the bottom...
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    Steel City is still alive in Canada. The Canadian...

    Steel City is still alive in Canada. The Canadian distributor for Steel City bought the rights when the company folded in 2015. It's now essentially the house brand for the Normand woodworking stores...
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    CWI Stinger 15" Cutterhead

    I wanted to share my experience with the CWI Stinger 15" CWI-HC16-01 cutterhead for my Craftex CX-15 planer as there is no information out there about it. It's another option out (more so for us...
  5. My new carbide inserts finally arrived today....

    My new carbide inserts finally arrived today. They fit perfect and I think that they actually torque more consistently than the standard fully tapered screws. I compared the new cutter to one of the...
  6. Both Byrd and Lux Cut have a 30 degree bevel....

    Both Byrd and Lux Cut have a 30 degree bevel. Byrd uses a 100mm radius and Lux uses a 150mm radius. I know its a clone and not a real Byrd head. Interestingly though at the time, this machine was the...
  7. General 8" Jointer Heilical Carbide Cutters

    I just recently picked up a used 2015 General International 80-200LHC 8" helical jointer and am looking to replace the cutters as a bunch are chipped. General refers to it as a "Byrd" style head with...
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