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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    Looking at buying a shaper. Grizzly 1035 0r 1026 The fences look to be cheap. 1. Alternatives to the two shapers I mention here with better features/fence? 2. If I get either of the two Grizzly shapers is there a micro adjust aftermarket option?
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    I am making some raised panel wainscoting and I am curious as to the forum's consensus as to what order to mill the sides of the panels in. Make the end cuts first, cutting across the grain? Or make the side cuts first, cutting with the grain? This is on a 10hp, 1.25" arbor shaper, 5/8"...
  3. Design & Plans
    Hi, my father passed away and he has a 5 function combo machine. It's an X31 made by Robland. I am looking to sell it very cheap. This machine is worth up to $3000. But it is very heavy and it is expensive to keep it in storage. I am in Az for 2 weeks to help my mother sell it along with...
  4. Power Tools & Machinery
    hey guys, I picked up an old craftsman belsaw made planer moulder. I checked and it is a model 910 with a 5 h.p. motor. it is in excellent condition. I removed one of the planer blades and checked it with my micrometer and it is .125 or "1/8 inch". the cutter head has 3 blade slots. I bought...
  5. Power Tools & Machinery
    Yesterday I was given the above mentioned shaper. It had been stored in an old garage and has a lot of surface rust on the cast iron table. Can anyone help with suggestions on how to clean it up. The spindle shaft also is rusted. I was able to find an owners manual that looks identical to the...
  6. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hi folks, I'm looking to graduate into a larger shaper to do some custom entry doors as well as give a garage door a whirl. Need to be able to do arches as well. I currently have a regent 1 hp 2 speed unit. prefer to use a single phase unit but i do have a phase converter if needed. Any...
  7. Power Tools & Machinery
    I recently purchased a 3HP router (Milwaukee) to make raised panels for new interior doors that I am making. These doors are 1 3/8" thick, as are the panels, and made of Red Oak. The panel cutting bit is 3 1/2" in diameter so it is quite the beast. This is the first time I have made panels...
  8. Joinery
    I enjoy building boxes to display pistols, jewelry, etc. To this point, the only joints I commonly use are rabbit, miter, dovetail, spline and drawer box. I read numerous post on TS vs router for cutting the joints. Looks like a tossup on the preferred equipment. My daughter is buying a...
  9. Power Tools & Machinery
    While raising some panels today on my jet shaper (JWS-22CS) I started hearing what sounds to me like bearing noise. I removed the belt and spun the spindle be sure the noise wasn't coming from the motor. It is definitely coming from the spindle assembly. Does anyone know how to remove this...
  10. Power Tools & Machinery
    I need to upgrade and add some tools in my shop. I currently have a small tabletop router table and misc hand held units for most applications, but want to get a larger more permanent mounted router station and or shaper. My question is what is the best system out there for a router...
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