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  1. I have both hard black and soft Arkansas stones I...

    I have both hard black and soft Arkansas stones I bought from dans years back. I dress them very regularly with an extra course DMT diamond stone. Works fantastic. Highly recommend this to anyone. I...
  2. Will do David!

    Will do David!
  3. I have fixed the problem today. This afternoon I...

    I have fixed the problem today. This afternoon I ďre-tunedĒ the saw again with nothing more than a combi square and a lucky tooth on the blade. I was very meticulous and got it just right. Not much...
  4. This is a great idea Bruce and something Iíve...

    This is a great idea Bruce and something Iíve seen done before. I would likely build one for 67.5 and 45. I will probably do this when I have more time. I need to get this flag case done very soon.
  5. Lisa, what exactly were your problems? I notice...

    Lisa, what exactly were your problems? I notice the faces arenít flat so I shimmed with
    painters tape under neath no make it flat within .003. I also had to shim slightly to get the faces square...
  6. Good point Alan. The jig is absolutely square to...

    Good point Alan. The jig is absolutely square to the clamping surface and back fence to the table. The clamping surface being parallel to the miter slot would be the fence since this is riding on the...
  7. I tried two as well and still get the same...

    I tried two as well and still get the same result. I had thought this could be the problem as well.
  8. Doug thanks for that article. That appears to be...

    Doug thanks for that article. That appears to be what my problem is.
  9. Iím actually cutting vertically at 67.5 degrees...

    Iím actually cutting vertically at 67.5 degrees to make the corners for a flag display case. Iím checking my saw blade parallel to the miter slot at 45 degrees to accurately make this cut.
  10. Thanks guys. Yes the fence is parallel to the...

    Thanks guys. Yes the fence is parallel to the blade and miter slot. Iíve gone over everything multiple times. The stock is milled up flat and square. Maybe Iíll try moving the fence tail inward and...
  11. Need help with angle tenon jig cut

    I tried and tried to avoid asking for help but I am just at wits end with this. I am trying to make a flag display case. I’m cutting the angles in a tenon jig on the table saw. The saw is new to me...
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    Iím surprised no one has mentioned this yet. I...

    Iím surprised no one has mentioned this yet. I make one face flat with a hand plane. This doesnít mean planing the whole face. Just knocking the high corners off so it doesnít rock on a flat bench....
  13. I did find a nice belt length calculator online....

    I did find a nice belt length calculator online. Iíll put the link below in case anyone else is interested.

    https://bepltd.com/pages/how-to-calculate-belt-length
  14. Thanks guys. I see some Browning AX belts on...

    Thanks guys. I see some Browning AX belts on amazon. They appear to be cogged. They are measured in pitch length? How do I know exactly what size I need?
  15. Replacing belts on a Bridgewood 15Ē planer

    I basically did a major cleaning on my Bridgewood 15Ē planer Iíve had for 5 years over the last few days. Removed and cleaned indeed and outfeed rollers, cleaned and greased all the chains and...
  16. Thanks for all the responses guys. It seems many...

    Thanks for all the responses guys. It seems many of you are happy with your 1023s. That seems to be the direction I am leaning. Not sure if I can justify the extra $600 (when on sale) for the Jet...
  17. Thanks Lisa, that is a bit far for me. Glad to...

    Thanks Lisa, that is a bit far for me. Glad to hear youíre happy with your 1023. I really miss the Grizzly store in Williamsport. Was only there once when I was first starting out and wish it were...
  18. Anyone have a Grizzly 1023, Powermatic PM1000, or Jet xacta near southern PA?

    Iím looking to get a new table saw and would like to see these models in person before I buy. I was curious if anyone near me would be so kind to let me check out their table saw. Im mainly...
  19. Thank you John and Robert. Sounds like it...

    Thank you John and Robert. Sounds like it shouldn't be much of concern. The stack is stickered and well up off the ground. I will update when I move the lumber inside to verify no damage for future...
  20. My air drying white pine stack got a little wet. Will it be ok?

    Hi everyone, first thread here for me. I've been air drying a stack of 4/4 eastern white pine on my back porch which has a roof. It's been drying since February. Tonight we got some wicked storms and...
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    I just thought of another one I forgot about!...

    I just thought of another one I forgot about! Right down the road in Emmitsburg MD is an antique mall and there is a vendor in there has TONS of tools. His prices are not cheap but a lot can be found...
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    I live just north of Gettysburg. Tony nailed it,...

    I live just north of Gettysburg. Tony nailed it, Fayetteville antique mall to the west has tons of tools and New Oxford to the east has many antique shops with tools. Downtown Gettysburg doesn't have...
  23. Great information. Thanks John!

    Great information. Thanks John!
  24. Thanks John! I think Iíll just put a couple...

    Thanks John! I think Iíll just put a couple cinder blocks on top. As for the latex I figured it was worth a shot. If I can get some anchorseal do you think I could just put it over top of the Paint?...
  25. Thanks, I laid the base down last night on my...

    Thanks, I laid the base down last night on my back porch. Cinder blocks with oak 4x4s on top. I also sealed the end grain with some outdoor latex paint I had laying around. Planning on moving the...
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