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Offline ProCarpenterRVA

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Woodpeckers Drill Press Table
« Reply #150 on: January 31, 2019, 02:31 PM »
Just venting... So, I left my drill press table on the floor of my sunroom. The heater we installed was draining condensate into the rug over the concrete. The table soaked up some of the water and it warped. I called Woodpeckers and they told me that I had to buy another whole table. Somewhat distressing.

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Offline ProCarpenterRVA

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Woodpeckers Drill Press Table
« Reply #151 on: January 31, 2019, 08:28 PM »
Just venting... So, I left my drill press table on the floor of my sunroom. The heater we installed was draining condensate into the rug over the concrete. The table soaked up some of the water and it warped. I called Woodpeckers and they told me that I had to buy another whole table. Somewhat distressing.

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Offline yfd48

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Mft3 replacment
« Reply #152 on: February 01, 2019, 05:25 PM »
So would this be a cheeper mft3 option?

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Offline yfd48

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Mft3 replacment
« Reply #153 on: February 01, 2019, 05:25 PM »
So would this be a cheeper mft3 option?

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Offline ProCarpenterRVA

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RS2E Sander
« Reply #154 on: March 07, 2019, 04:18 PM »
I have not used this as much as I thought I would. Seems like most of the stuff I do is smaller format. Comes with a paper punch and one box rack of 180 and 220 grit granat paper. Bought in the recon site, has very little warranty left but obviously it is festool, built like a tank.

Pick up in Richmond VA.

$325.00

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Offline Jeff R Johnson

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Festool 492753 boom arm
« Reply #155 on: April 13, 2019, 11:33 AM »
I'm looking for a used boom arm for my Ct22 vac. Located in NW Washington State.

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Offline Jeff R Johnson

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Festool 492753 boom arm
« Reply #156 on: April 13, 2019, 11:33 AM »
I'm looking for a used boom arm for my Ct22 vac. Located in NW Washington State.

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Jeff

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Offline Jeff R Johnson

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Festool 492753 boom arm
« Reply #157 on: April 13, 2019, 11:33 AM »
I'm looking for a used boom arm for my Ct22 vac. Located in NW Washington State.

Thanks
Jeff

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Offline Green Koolaide

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Miter saw Station Plans
« Reply #158 on: April 18, 2019, 06:25 PM »
Looking to build a miter say station. Looking for advice and tips.

I would like it to hold systainers and other items such as glue bottles, tape etc.

I own a Makita LS1019L saw.

Any ideas, design considerations or  photos or plans appreciated

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Offline Green Koolaide

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Miter saw Station Plans
« Reply #159 on: April 18, 2019, 06:26 PM »
Looking to build a miter say station. Looking for advice and tips.

I would like it to hold systainers and other items such as glue bottles, tape etc.

I own a Makita LS1019L saw.

Any ideas, design considerations or  photos or plans appreciated

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Offline Green Koolaide

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Miter saw Station Plans
« Reply #160 on: April 18, 2019, 06:26 PM »
Looking to build a miter say station. Looking for advice and tips.

I would like it to hold systainers and other items such as glue bottles, tape etc.

I own a Makita LS1019L saw.

Any ideas, design considerations or  photos or plans appreciated

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Offline Green Koolaide

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Miter Saw Station with Systainer storage
« Reply #161 on: April 18, 2019, 06:50 PM »
I own a Makita LS1019L and want to build a station that includes systainer storage

Does anyone have plans/dimensions that I can adopt?

Perhaps photos?

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Online Roachmill

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HK85 grooving unit opinions
« Reply #162 on: June 19, 2019, 04:19 PM »
I have an HK85 en route and I'm wondering about the practicality of the grooving unit; not for construction work where a few mm here or there is fine but I'm wondering how it would work like a dado stack on a TS for things like cabinets. I'm in the UK where such things aren't at all common... and I don't have a TS, so I'm all ears.

With my experience of blade Vs track spliter strip offsets varying due to different kerfs. Does the grooving unit share the same offset as the stock 85 blade? I already have 2 sets of tracks for the TS 55 and 75 because of this (and an HKC which is more offset than either of those). So, were the grooving unit another offset to handle, it'd not be all that quick to align for precise dados.

From the videos I've seen, it appears to leave a pretty sharp and crisp edge on the face of whatever it's ploughed its way through. Here I'm wondering whether it's up to shelf housings and rebates (rabbits) in ply / MDF. I have a sneaky feeling this isn't the type of work it's designed for!

It wouldn't have anywhere near the precision for setting depth of cut as a router, which could be a bit of a problem but not insurmountable. Possibly. Any tips on precisely setting the depth of cut?

As I said, I'm looking at it for purposes it's not intended for. But any input from anyone with experience of using it would be appreciated either way.

Online Roachmill

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HK85 grooving unit opinions
« Reply #163 on: June 19, 2019, 04:19 PM »
I have an HK85 en route and I'm wondering about the practicality of the grooving unit; not for construction work where a few mm here or there is fine but I'm wondering how it would work like a dado stack on a TS for things like cabinets. I'm in the UK where such things aren't at all common... and I don't have a TS, so I'm all ears.

With my experience of blade Vs track spliter strip offsets varying due to different kerfs. Does the grooving unit share the same offset as the stock 85 blade? I already have 2 sets of tracks for the TS 55 and 75 because of this (and an HKC which is more offset than either of those). So, were the grooving unit another offset to handle, it'd not be all that quick to align for precise dados.

From the videos I've seen, it appears to leave a pretty sharp and crisp edge on the face of whatever it's ploughed its way through. Here I'm wondering whether it's up to shelf housings and rebates (rabbits) in ply / MDF. I have a sneaky feeling this isn't the type of work it's designed for!

It wouldn't have anywhere near the precision for setting depth of cut as a router, which could be a bit of a problem but not insurmountable. Possibly. Any tips on precisely setting the depth of cut?

As I said, I'm looking at it for purposes it's not intended for. But any input from anyone with experience of using it would be appreciated either way.

Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #164 on: June 22, 2019, 03:28 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well withe the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #165 on: June 22, 2019, 03:28 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well withe the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #166 on: June 22, 2019, 03:28 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well withe the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #167 on: June 22, 2019, 03:28 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well withe the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #168 on: June 22, 2019, 03:28 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well withe the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #169 on: June 22, 2019, 03:28 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well withe the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #170 on: June 22, 2019, 03:29 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well withe the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #171 on: June 22, 2019, 03:29 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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« Reply #172 on: June 22, 2019, 03:30 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #173 on: June 22, 2019, 03:30 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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« Reply #174 on: June 22, 2019, 03:34 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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« Reply #175 on: June 22, 2019, 03:40 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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« Reply #176 on: June 22, 2019, 03:42 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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Some latest projects
« Reply #177 on: June 22, 2019, 03:57 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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« Reply #178 on: June 22, 2019, 03:58 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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Offline yfd48

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« Reply #179 on: July 06, 2019, 01:00 PM »
I have been very busy the past couple of month retirement is six years away from the fire department so I figured I would try to learn a trade will take ideas and criticism here are a couple photos I from projects I have been working on one is a chir build and another is a  river truck bed (used my shaper from engraving my mark in the truck bed as well with the the truck logo)

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