Thanks , guys .
After cleaning and reassembly (partial ,because while installing the cutterguard return spring it shot across the shop into virtual oblivion .
So that problem awaits ...
It seems to make all the right noises . Loud and buzzy .
I seem to have gotten the knives installed at least close to even with the outfeed table (nonadjustable) . I'm wondering if they should be a tad higher to account for any "springback" of the wood fibers . Or is that just over thinking obsessiveness .
The only other thing that concerns me in setting it up is getting the cutters the exact same height as each other . My eyes 'aint what they used to be . What is an acceptable amount of " slop " ?
Is Dressing the spinning/stationary blades with a fine stone a viable option ,or a sure fire way to the e.r. and blunted cutters....
I am unable to find an online manual , but did find out it was made by American machine and tool for sears . More searching is in order .
Hi Tom , I'm in Gloucester county near Rowan U . What used to be Glassboro State . Its funny , all you have to do is donate a truckload of money ...I wonder if the name of the town is next ..
I take the family camping up at High pt. S.P . Still filthy with bears up there ?