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I wish you the best of luck in your search!
I'll send money as a gift to reputable members of forums, like this one.
I can understand not wanting to give up 3% to PayPal.
Ebay and non-established members, not a chance.
You should put a known straight edge on the fence to see if the fence is flat.
If so, your infeed and outfeed tables aren't parallel, which is making it look like your fence is twisted.
Is it just me or is there no poll?
I'd consider it if it had the nicker. I'm on the market too.
I'll take it. Pm on the way.
I'm guessing it would be the distance between the drum and pressure plates. Long enough that it has 2 points of contact at all times. Just a guess though.
And I thought you were going to say too much plastic.
Sounds like I need a shoulder plane, router plane, and a float! Back to where I started it seems.
I left mine at the curb when I moved.
A router mounted to a piece of plywood on sawhorses with a clamp on fence is better.
Is $2/bdft really THAT good of a deal? Seems like it could be a good deal of hassle.
Thanks for advice David. I'd love to see a video on using the plane bed float, as I can't find anything online about using them.
Maybe i'll keep an eye it for a Stanley router plane, as it does...
Thanks all. I don't see myself using a router plane for much else besides tenon cheeks, so it would likely be a 1 use tool for me. I'm leaning toward the block rabbet plane or skew block plane...
I mostly use electrons for cutting M&T's, but I don't have a good means to clean up the tenon shoulder and fine tune the cheeks. I was going to ask for a shoulder plane for Christmas, but I'm not...
I agree on using veneer. You can use a dark colored glue that would hide nail holes.
I might take the gr100 if so.
Frank, your PM box is full.
I agree with Jim to make sure you dot i's and cross t's in that area.
My good friend and his 3 brothers grew up in FC, one of which is a contractor. PM me and I'll send you his contact info....
I'll take them.
The "V" might be used to indicate grain direction and feed direction. Just a guess.
I just sqiggle lines on all 4 sides so I can see my progress easier. I usually use a construction pencil,...
Glad you have your saw running better now!