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Like above, my first thought was lucky number 7. Could be he likes slot machines "777", or a pilot as said.
Google something like "Powermatic drill press counterweight" and use the image search.
The only contact I've had with them was fantastic so I'm not sure why you're not getting a response.
Mods moved it from the classifieds.
This should be in GWW.
Did you try contacting Woodcraft?
What was the problem?
There was a company that made a lift mechanism but I think they went belly up. It's very hard to find the oem mechanism.
The other option is a counterweight system and you wouldn't have to bend...
I've got the HF jack like shown above on my 1150. Cheap, easy install, functional.
Your saw is still not adjusted properly. The carriage can rotate from crosscut to rip; make sure it's rotated totally square to fence. I had similar cut issues and the until I realized the carriage...
Did you do a test cut? The carbide tips overlap, so measuring the tips and summing doesn't give you the dado width.
Great idea Jack, thanks for sharing.
Jake, what do you mean by "both sides of the slab"? If they are structural, they are only used where there is a crack. Filling with epoxy is up to the builder, but leaving it open is more...
Rosin paper for sure. Cheap and effective.
Since its temporary and you're not going to peel the glue off you don't need waxed like butcher paper. Unless of course, you do.
I absolutely hate them. Every phone interaction I've had with them has been poor at best. I have had a couple good techs come to the house though.
Two layers of mdf for sure. I have 1/4" sacrificial mdf top that I can replace easily. Mine is a Mr Sawdust design. I have a 33-890.
What fence do you have now? Any fence is compatible, you just might need to drill and tap some new holes (easy peasy in cast iron).
I have the right tilt version and it came with a Biesemeyer.
We want to cut the cord too but I haven't researched it all yet. Our cable/internet bill is $150/mo.
So antenna for local channels, and streaming services for the rest.
I've been looking for a large square, and I think the Woodpeckers is the one I tried to get but it wasn't available. Thanks
Glenn's suggestion is a good one as well. You could also use threaded inserts with this method. The thicker the material the more cumbersome it can be though, and it looks like it might not work at...
I've built a few trestle style tables and have used z-clips. I cut a kerf using a thin kerf TS blade on each face of each leg. Since it's only about 1/2" from the top, it won't be seen unless you're...
Randy, I meant that jokingly for those of us who put some time into this thread without all the information needed. I'm sorry for being so rude.
Use a registration block. I have one within easy...
I know routers are like clamps, you can never have to many. But i guess I didn't know that collecting vintage routers was a hobby. Cool old tools.
I remember my Dad's 3hp router didn't have...
I like how a first poster shows up and asks an unclear question, then we go back and forth all day when we really need to OP to give us clarifications. Come on!