Limited success - and a new Issue
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  Re: Limited success - and a new Issue by Strokes77 (I came across some w...)
Well I was partly right. Big Grin

I did see it was a reeves drive and knew that type was a reeves drive and just said it wrong. Crazy
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  Re: RE: Limited success - and a new Issue by Arlin Eastman (Well I was partly ri...)
(01-30-2019, 01:05 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: Well I was partly right. Big Grin

I did see it was a reeves drive and knew that type was a reeves drive and just said it wrong. Crazy
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A small block of rosin for a violin bow can be held against the sides of a "V" belt while it is turning and a small amount of rosin will adhere to the belt...this will stop the slipping if the belt is adjusted correctly..It works to stop the blade from slipping in a wood-bodied plane also...Just use a small knife edge to shave some rosin onto the frog..
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  Re: RE: Limited success - and a new Issue by Timberwolf ([quote='Arlin Eastma...)
(01-31-2019, 08:35 PM)Timberwolf Wrote: ....................
A small block of rosin for a violin bow can be held against the sides of a "V" belt while it is turning and a small amount of rosin will adhere to the belt...this will stop the slipping if the belt is adjusted correctly..It works to stop the blade from slipping in a wood-bodied plane also...Just use a small knife edge to shave some rosin onto the frog..


Thought all you old guys used chalk as a belt dressing.
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  Re: Limited success - and a new Issue by Strokes77 (I came across some w...)
You can check out the drive train health and all, but the bottom line is you're putting more torque on the wood than the drive train can handle. You don't need to be so aggressive with your cuts. Back off some and let a sharp tool do the work for you. You may also want to make sure your speed is sufficient to prevent catches. A faster RPM will give the bowl more inertia to overcome catches. Some subscribe to the technique of a slower speed and lighter cuts.
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