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  0 Thread: Bandsaw help
Post: RE: Bandsaw help

The version that I have has the cast iron table, blade tension gauge, dynamically balanced wheels (clip on weights), 4 threaded knobs to secure cover and semi enclosed stand (both ends).  It is model ...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 17 1,989 11-06-2020, 02:38 PM
  0 Thread: Bandsaw help
Post: RE: Bandsaw help

I purchased that model in 1972.  Still use it more often than my other saw which is a 14 inch.  As with any bandsaw, blade sharpness and type is very important.  I usually run a 1/4 or 3/8 inch blade ...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 17 1,989 11-06-2020, 12:43 AM
  0 Thread: Brand New Thomson Skew Blade Question
Post: RE: Brand New Thomson Skew Blade Question

I have the 1" Thompson and it is 6 1/8" compared to your 6".  I've had it about 4 years and still honing the edge on the original grind from Thompson.  For comparison, the 3/4" D-Way Skew as about the...
Joe K1 Woodturning 9 2,746 12-24-2019, 01:03 PM
  0 Thread: Powermatic 3520 - high pitch noise
Post: RE: Powermatic 3520 - high pitch noise

My high frequency hearing is gone.  What I hear sounded like bearing noise.  Remove the belt from the motor pulley and operate to determine if there is spindle bearing noise.
Joe K1 Woodturning 16 4,261 10-22-2019, 11:40 AM
  0 Thread: bearing question
Post: RE: bearing question

An automotive stethoscope will aid in pinpointing the source.  Harbor Freight - $4. The basic bearing numbers are listed in the manual.  (1) 6206 double rubber seal and (2) 6207 double shield.  B...
Joe K1 Woodturning 8 2,556 04-27-2019, 03:00 PM
  0 Thread: Jet 10-20 belt sander carts
Post: RE: Jet 10-20 belt sander carts

(02-07-2019, 11:27 AM)gad5264 Wrote: Do any of you have this Jet 10 20 belt sander? If so could you show me your carts that you have it mounted on? Looking for inspiration for mobile storage. I use...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 4 1,890 02-10-2019, 10:46 AM
  0 Thread: how to measure vacuum suction
Post: RE: how to measure vacuum suction

In residential use, most likely to require using circuits in different rooms. They usually use their portable panels which have all the circuits and power they need; 60a single phase and 75a 3 ph. ...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 12 4,285 01-10-2019, 02:51 PM
  0 Thread: Question on splines
Post: RE: Question on splines

Please post pictures after it is finished.  Nice job!
Joe K1 Woodworking 11 3,125 01-09-2019, 11:03 AM
  0 Thread: how to measure vacuum suction
Post: RE: how to measure vacuum suction

(01-07-2019, 09:55 AM)MstrCarpenter Wrote: I'm attempting to repair a commercial/industrial vacuum. The contractor uses these while grinding concrete. I've been asked to separate the load onto two ...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 12 4,285 01-08-2019, 12:54 PM
  0 Thread: Recommend a Small Compressor Please.
Post: RE: Recommend a Small Compressor Please.

(01-06-2019, 10:05 AM)Phil Thien Wrote: Which California Air units are you guys liking? They have a contractor series and an Industrial series.  The Industrial series seems to have the same low 60-...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 21 5,686 01-06-2019, 11:18 AM
  0 Thread: Recommendations for a new outboard chuck please...
Post: RE: Recommendations for a new outboard chuck pleas...

Hurricane Chucks are available with 1 1/8" inserts from thewoodturningstore.com I have purchased 2- HTC100's and 1- HTC125 and happy with the performance.
Joe K1 Woodturning 9 2,231 12-08-2018, 12:20 PM
  0 Thread: HELP with Craftsman Bandsaw
Post: RE: HELP with Craftsman Bandsaw

(10-14-2018, 12:56 PM)craftdiggity Wrote: I'm finally getting my shop put back together and I need to change the drive belt on my Craftsman Bandsaw (Model 119.2240110). I took the blade off, and rem...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 3 2,082 10-14-2018, 03:58 PM
  0 Thread: Safe or not
Post: RE: Safe or not

(07-14-2018, 09:25 PM)CanoeBoy Wrote: https://youtu.be/n4aMqCbqVmA In this video, he uses a parting tool in a manner which I would never have thought safe.  I don't why I feel that way I just do.  ...
Joe K1 Woodturning 7 3,878 07-15-2018, 12:18 AM
  0 Thread: Determining size of a cyclone?
Post: RE: Determining size of a cyclone?

Check oneida-air.com.  Several models both plastic and steel.  The stand alone steel units run in the $900 range.  Dimensions and HP recommendations are given.
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 7 3,662 07-04-2018, 03:36 PM
  0 Thread: 1955-ish Craftsman disc/belt sander help?
Post: RE: 1955-ish Craftsman disc/belt sander help?

How about heat shrink sleeving?   McMaster-Carr has several, such a extra thick.
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 13 6,069 07-04-2018, 02:06 PM
  0 Thread: Powermatic Tail Stock Swing Away - Questions
Post: RE: Powermatic Tail Stock Swing Away - Questions

From the rear corner of the bed way to a wall behind, you would need about 26 inches. If you swing the tailstock by the handwheel, there would be a chance your knuckles would rub the wall with 26 inc...
Joe K1 Woodturning 16 7,143 05-20-2018, 08:34 PM
  0 Thread: Powermatic Tail Stock Swing Away - Questions
Post: RE: Powermatic Tail Stock Swing Away - Questions

I purchased the swing away shortly after it was available from PM. It works well and is easy to use. Glad I purchased it. The installation took awhile to get the alignment correct for smooth operati...
Joe K1 Woodturning 16 7,143 05-19-2018, 04:17 PM
  0 Thread: PM 3520B Help
Post: RE: PM 3520B Help

Verify that the locking collar, item #64 & 15, set screw is tight to spindle shaft.  You will need to move the digital speed readout out of the way for access.  I have heard of the speed sensor al...
Joe K1 Woodturning 10 5,571 04-29-2018, 10:03 AM
  0 Thread: Converting Logs to Blanks - Question
Post: RE: Converting Logs to Blanks - Question

(03-13-2018, 08:17 AM)jcredding Wrote: Thanks.  I’m in Southern California, so likely going to lose some over the almost 2 weeks I’m gone - work really gets in the way of my hobby.  Will seal what I...
Joe K1 Woodturning 6 3,784 03-13-2018, 02:52 PM
  0 Thread: Sometimes you are too stupid to be a woodworker.
Post: RE: Sometimes you are too stupid to be a woodworke...

(09-05-2017, 09:52 AM)ez-duzit Wrote: With the blade raised through a zero clearance insert, I've tried to tilt it! Amazing how much a blade can bend and still spring back to straight. :) It's also...
Joe K1 Woodworking Power Tools 12 6,328 09-05-2017, 02:06 PM

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