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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    I have a strange issue with the cuts on my table saw. I have an older 3 hp Delta Unisaw. The beginning of any cut has a slight bevel leaning to the right and the back of the cut piece has a slight bevel angle to the left. It’s like there is a twist in the end of a crosscut. This happens with...
  2. Power Tools & Machinery
    My tablesaw began to show some ware - blade not turning near as fast as it used to and a very disfigured shaft key laying on the shop floor under the tablesaw. A close inspection showed that the arbor shaft had worn down and the pulley was damaged. No problem, zip on out to Sears.com and the...
  3. General Woodworking Discussion
    The wife and I would like to put together an arbor for a grapevine we have in our backyard that's something along these lines: http://www.arboria.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/b/e/berkeley_arbor800.jpg We have plans and the construction is simple...
  4. Power Tools & Machinery
    I am restoring a 50's craftsman 113.27520 table saw and I cannot remove the bearings and the flange closer to the threaded end because they are pressed in(ithink). If anyone has experience with this can you tell me how you went about this problem? Thank you.
  5. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hello, My dad gave me an old craftsman table saw from the 80's, model 113.298032 (I believe they were still USA-made at the time), and i'm noticing that the blade can easily click back and forth. I also see that there is a very slight wobble as the blade comes to a stop. I know it's not the...
  6. Project Showcase
    Hi everyone , here is my latest outdoor project . This arbor is made from discarded pine branches that were headed to the fire pit . It is 7 ft square and 13 ft high .
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