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  1. charlie jones

    Sander and planer gloat

    Great score. I have one of these planers. It is a nice machine.
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    Dust Build-up in CV1800 - Suggestions?

    He can check for leaks. Mine will build up a little when working with pine. He can spray a little WD-40 in the ducts to get rid of static. I looked at the pictures but I am not a member of that forum.
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    Dust Collection Duct Layout Advice Needed

    That’s a very good good layout. I didn’t see a planer. One suggestion, put the blast gate within easy reach.
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    Interest in a marketing class?

    Are you a full time woodworker? That could be anything from milling lumber to setting cabinets, from selling tools to making furniture or anything related. YES -Maybe soon.Part time now. Are you self employed? Not now but soon Do you sell your work in stores, galleries, craft fairs, or...
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    Using the whole sanding disc

    I have the same problem with my chisels. the handle is on the wrong end about half the time. I just bought 2 sets and if one is turned the wrong way I use the other set!
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    Advice needed on Random Orbit sander

    One word "Bosch"
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    Stihl 461 chainsaw fail

    We sell Stihll at our stores. We don't see this kind of problem often. Most of the time it's because of improper fuel mixture. Try adding a little more oil to the mix and do not overheat the saw. I have a 066 that has been in hard use for 20 years and still has 135 lbs of compression. They can...
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    The Next Project

    Very nice Don. I like simple and elegant designs.
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    Last night I got all the bolts tightened, belts, guards and dust chute installed. I checked adjustment and cleaned the oil off the bed and cutter head and waxed the bed, lubed everything and did a few test cuts. The machine seems to be everything I had hoped. Very good surfacing. It does make...
  11. charlie jones

    One Blade To Rule Them All?

    I use a Freud Premier Fusion for most everything unless I need to cut PT or something dirty. Then I get out an old blade.
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    Having done quite a bit of sandblasting, Blasting is dirty and hard and doing small tubes like that uses an exorbant amount of sand. I sometimes use a paint that NAPA sells that goes over rust. You have to get the loose stuff off then brush on two coats. It is called "Chassis Saver"
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    That is good advise. The manual said that also but I thought it would be easier to tighten the bolts before I mounted the machine. I could not get the four bolts that hold the planer to the stand to line up so I loosed them again. The holes were off by .5 or more so I had to redrill two of them...
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    Got the stand assembled and the motor mounted to it. There were 48 bolts and nuts and 12 pieces. The parts were all there and in good shape.
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    1037Z stand

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    The truck arrived yesterday afternoon with the planer. The driver helped me slide it into the bed of my pickup. After church I got a friend to come by and help me get it into the shop. I was concerned because there was two damaged places in the box where it was hit with a forklift. I thought it...
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