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11-08-2018 10:04 PM

The excitement of a new (to me) machine! - 21 replies

Hot off the rented trailer. A 1988 Bridgewood CT-200. I just picked it up for $500. I figured it’s not the deal of the century, but I’ve been looking for an 8 inch jointer for months now, and this one popped up. My budget allows for a shelix, and I think I’m going to need it. The motor is incredibly loud, and my under...

11-05-2018 12:38 PM

The tapered-legs-on-a-jointer method actually works (lol) - 21 replies

Hi all. I had seen a few videos of people showing how to taper table legs and such on a joint her, but I was very skeptical that It would work for me. Because I only have an old craftsman 6-1/8” jointer that I picked up used. What I also found out is that you can use the method more than once if your jointer can’t make a deep ...

09-18-2018 02:41 AM

Grizzly 1023SLX or wait for a Unisaw - 35 replies

Hi everyone. I just came across a new posting for a Grizzly 1023SLX that comes with a 53” ShopFox fence for $650.(the seller needs to clean their camera) I was curious what the LJs think about this saw vs. holding off and waiting for a decent Unisaw at a decent price to pop up. I’d prefer a PM-66, but only 3-phase ones seem to g...

09-16-2018 12:23 PM

YATSFS (Yet Another Table Saw for Sale) - 1 reply

Edit – sorry for asking a FAQ

09-12-2018 02:26 PM

Drooling over a table saw on CL - 16 replies

I want it! Right now I’m using a Dewalt jobsite saw that I’m frustrated with. The description says“It’s 3HP. with a Right tilt of 45. Includes a Unifence 30” saw guide with right and left ripping capacity, a 30” extension table for ripping up to 33”, a Delta tenoning jig #34-183, a 8” dado ...

09-10-2018 09:32 PM

Band saw blade wobble - 26 replies

Hi all. I got a band saw from CL a while ago, and after changing the blade and tuning it up (per Alex Snodgrass’ tutorial), the blade moves side-to-side during operation. I tried increasing the tension, but that didn’t do it. I capture some slo-mo video of it. View on YouTube I cleaned off the rubber as best I could. It’...

08-21-2018 11:05 AM

Craftsman jointer restoration question - 18 replies

Hi all. Lately I’ve been diving deeper into the world of woodwoorking, and my newest acquisition is an old Craftsman 6” jointer model 113.206931. The beds are not co-planar at the moment, but I found the manual online, and there are four convenient bolts for adjusting it. But the infeed bed itself isn’t flat. I can easily f...


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