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    Wide Blade Attachment for WS3000

    WS angle port accomodates blades up to 2", so anything larger is considered "wide" and needs to be sharpened via free hand/tool rest, or with a infeed table and honing device.
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    Wide Blade Attachment for WS3000

    Thanks for the suggestion, I'll definitely look into it.
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    Wide Blade Attachment for WS3000

    Does anyone know where I can purchase a wide blade/honing guide table for a WS 3000? The company discontinued them a while back. I've tried some hacks using the tool rest but all it leaves me is a skew blade, which is not the desired outcome. Thanks in advance.
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    DeWalt 735 Planer ($350) - Rock Hill, SC

    Not mine, almost seems too good to be true.
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    Commissioned Help '

    Thanks Mike, I was worried about the weight associated with the dimensions. I agree, I’d love to be a part of it. The lathe is such a unique tool and in a league of its own. Really difficult to replicate the results with anything else.....lots of hand carving and sand paper I suppose.
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    Commissioned Help '

    To all my turners in and around Charlotte. I’m looking for someone to help me turn a pedestal for a kitchen table. There are several options online but I need one made of white oak. I don’t own a lathe, especially one that is capable of turning something this large, which is approximately 23”...
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    Industrial lathe required?

    Thanks Chris. I was referring to the bulbous/column portion of the pedestal.
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    Industrial lathe required?

    I hope this consortium of like minded individuals can help me with something. What are some methods to recreate a pedestal like the one in the picture? I’m a hobbyist who doesn’t have a lathe, and even if I did, I doubt it would be one large enough to turn something that appears to be 24”, or...
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    "Best" router type for table

    "I also have had 4 tractors at one time because I just hated changing implements." This is a flat out boss move right here......
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    "Best" router type for table

    Dang....I like your style. My wife asks me, "Why do you have so many of the same tools?" She doesn't understand why I have more than 1 plane. So every time I get a new one she thinks its redundant and rolls her eyes. For the record, I don't have a single duplicated plane, and everyone I have...
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    ISO/WTB 14" Bandsaw

    Hey Tom, thanks for the offer, and this might work. Quick question for you, what is the realistic re-saw capacity on this? both in size and limitation w/ a 1HP motor.
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    "Best" router type for table

    Thanks, DrBob! I don't anticipate doing much, if any, in the area of raised panels. Ironically enough, the basis for my OP is due to the return window closing on a JessEm 02313 Rout-R-Lift II I purchased for my router. I'm wondering if I'll have to buy another router once this one is put...
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    "Best" router type for table

    I am planning to use a 2 1/4 HP Milwaukee router in a new table build but I'm wondering if I should drop back and punt to a 3 HP. Does anyone else have learned experience with this? is there a remarkable difference in the 2, if so, in what specifically? material? stock? bit type? etc. Thank...
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    ISO/WTB 14" Bandsaw

    Thanks, Henry. You bring up a valid point. I’m in Charlotte, but I’m willing to drive most anywhere if the price is right.
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    ISO/WTB 14" Bandsaw

    Only requirement is that it must be 110v. Outside of that, ideally >= 1 1/2 HP, and decent size iron table. Not a brand loyalist here, but Laguna, Grizzly, and Rikon appear to have the best reviews online, and JET does not. Obviously reviews are highly subjective and by nature skew pretty hard...

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