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    Re: Bench Heights

    Thanks everyone!
  2. Re: Article: New in Print - The Art of Mandolin Making by Alfred

    Got my book today and it didn't take very long at all! Sadly my wife snagged it to wrap for Christmas!
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    Well, it seems at some point in the past I must have reduced tension on the bandsaw. I was going over everything today and when I tightened the lever for tension I noticed there wasn't much. Yep I...
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    Re: Bench Heights

    I have several benches, one just above waist high I set my engine on, 71' super better motor, to high and I have a harder time lifting the motor up, an MFT3 which I bought into years ago and not...
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    Re: Bench Heights

    I'm short and slowly shrinking apparently. I have been told I remind people of a dwarf from The Lord of the Rings Movies. Anywho the bench I am using now with the leveling table on top is about 41"...
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    Bench Heights

    Just curious, how high do you like your benches to be? I recently put a jig onto on my bench putting it up above my naval and find I really like that height. The benches have been lower in the past...
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    Well, this morning this was on my porch. 197648
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    Re: Old Woodworking Machines

    I really dislike this thread. Every time I see it I catch myself searching Craigslist and such looking for old equipment up here. When I finally slip and buy an old machine and get it Im telling her...
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    I have never, buried a blade in the blocks, do you do this with the very small blades? I usually use .75 simply for resaving but I would like to branch out with the bandsaw. So if you don’t mind what...
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    Auto correct and I have a love hate relationship. I hate I have to go back and proof read when I was so careful the first time but love when it makes me laugh.

    I wish I had more than an hour or...
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    I’m goi go to see if I can find the king I’m vitae around. I like the idea of burying the blade when needed or desired.
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    Thanks everyone! I have not ordered the Carter bearings yet. I will certainly try to true up my cool blocks first. I’ll still look for an alternative to the ceramic thrust bearing it grooves to...
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    I have a .75" timber wolf blade on now but it will come off for sharpening and a .5" blade will go on. Not sure who I got it from. I have been cutting less than optimally dry wood so it may be that...
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    It has gotten that the the blocks just scream, probably need resurfaced. I can loosen them and move them away from the blade a bit more but then get some runout and wander. The one behind the blade...
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    Re: Bandsaw upgrade

    Too early after a very long day posted twice sorry. Back to bed.
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    Bandsaw upgrade

    I have a 14 jet bandsaw around 20years old with the 6 risers. It has cool blocks but they are showing their age. I am considering upgrading the blocks to carter micro adjust bearings. Does anyone...
  17. Re: Article: New in Print - The Art of Mandolin Making by Alfred

    Found it!
    https://en.woll-mandolinen.de/
  18. Re: Article: New in Print - The Art of Mandolin Making by Alfred

    Maybe add you website to your signature? I’m doing a search now for it thanks!
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    Re: Breedlove experimental neck joint

    Dorks be dorks, no changing that! Now if ti was time saving or material saving then maybe you would have had their attention, but even then it is a big maybe!
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    Re: Headstock drilling jig.

    At 2:08 what is he painting inside the instrument? Shellac?
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    Re: Memorizing a song

    I look at it this way. If you have the ability to sing, hum, whistle, arm pit fart, I don't care, in tune and it helps you learn the tune then by all means do so. If you don't then find something...
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    Re: Headstock drilling jig.

    Thanks! That is significantly cheaper but has straight flutes. I know nothing about hand reamers but in my other tools, routers etc I find I prefer spiral flutes. How much of a difference does it...
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    Re: Headstock drilling jig.

    What reamer are you all using for redhead bushings? I see various degrees and some straight flute or spiral but I'm unsure what to go for. The Rubner business are 8.2mm od on the press in part of the...
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    Re: Headstock drilling jig.

    I must have just misunderstood. I thought someone said they didn’t use bushings and I wondered why that would be better. I’ll get a reamer to fit the bushings. Thanks!
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    Re: Headstock drilling jig.

    Well, I didn't want to start a new thread so I am just tacking onto this one. Still no drill press. I do have the stew mac tuner drilling jig, it fits the A and F tuners I have from Rubner well. My...
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