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  1. I have a Delta 1 1/2 HP dust collector in my shop that for the most part does a good job. I have 4" PVC pipe run to all of my machines and usually only have one gate open at a time. However there are times when I have help in the shop and we are using multiple machines and just don't get enough air flow to pull on the machines. My Delta table saw is the worse of the bunch. I have the overhead guard/dust collector and pulling off the bottom but it just doesn't get the enough pull. I am thinking of going to a 3 hp to get the higher CFM's and to allow multiple machines to run at the same time. I have been reading a few reviews but no real good comparisons. I really like the looks of the Laguna, but the few reviews I have read were not good, talking about leaks and missing parts and trouble getting replacement parts. Have any of you seen a recent comparison by any of the Wood Working Magazines lately? I would really be interested in what they have to say.
  2. This past week I had the opportunity to visit Grizzly Industrial in Springfield MO. My wife and I were on our way to Branson, MO to see the shows and I just had to stop. I have been there before, but it still was a treat to see and touch. Danl
  3. Grizzly's history Another interesting video. Danl
  4. Saw this on another site. Looks like a great price. I don't own any so can't say how good they are. They are said to be a Vic Mark clone. https://www.grizzly.com/search?q=(altcategory:"Summer+Sale+Specials")+AND+(category:"Wood+Chucks")
  5. The Tormek sharpener came up in a thread a couple days ago. Coincidentally, I got a flyer from Grizzly yesterday. They have a Tormek knockoff. Does anyone have this Griz model? How does it work for you?
  6. To all my esteemed, multi-talented woodworking buddies who always resolve the most complex difficulties associated with WWing, I pose this dilemma. I like to make jewelry boxes and prefer nice-looking tight joints and square corners. One problem that drives me to religion is my inability to achieve such joinery. I'm out of square by about 1/32" along an 11-inch run. There is a 1/64' difference in distance between the 2 diagonals. Perhaps trivial, maybe I just need to stop drinking so much coffee. Today, I launched a full frontal assault on the problem as follows: I have Grizzly table saw, M#1023 3 HP, equipped with an Incra Miter 3000 miter gauge, and a Freud 50-tooth blade. Using a Starrett combination square that cost the equivalent of an arm and a leg and is accurate to the diameter of an atom, I checked the setting of the miter gauge to the blade, its good at 90 degrees. Using the same square, I checked the vertical alignment of the blade, it is 90 degrees to the table top. Using a digital depth gauge, I checked the parallel rotation of the blade to the left miter slot, its good within 0.002" all around the blade, indicating it is not bent. Using a micrometer, I checked for wobble in the shaft indicating a bad bearing, there is none. I then examined the miter gauge and found (horrors!) a slight end play (<1/64", 1/128"?) at the feed end of the bar that slides in the slot. Using an allen wrench and an ape I had to rent to loosen the screw holding the slotted nylon bearing in place, I removed the bearing and noted it had a very slight flat spot on it. AHA! I moved it around 180 degrees to a better surface. I re-seated the bearing, employed the ape, and discovered I have the same end play. Now what? I dropped for 20 pushups and came in for a nap. Any insight is welcome and much appreciated. hat
  7. For those considering an electrostatic air filter Grizzly has a pretty good price on theirs this week.
  8. I am looking seriously at falling into the wood turning vortex in the near future. I want to buy my 2nd lathe 1st. I have been watching CL for several months and the majority in my area for sale are either midis or ancient, so I am looking at maybe going with a new machine. Trying to get the most bang for my buck I am looking at the G0838 or the G0766. I don't currently anticipate doing a lot of spindle work so I think the shorter bed would be OK. Apparently the 0838 is fairly new so I am not finding a lot of reviews online. Would appreciate any comments from those that might have one or the other machine and what I might miss by going with the 0838 vs the 0766 and is it worth the extra $500? Thank you in advance for your insight
  9. Saw this ad today...more photos to be posted this Friday, 8/10. @Ron Dudelston...almost in your backyard...I did see either a 15" or 18" Grizzly planer. Ad notes, 1000's of board feet of lumber. https://www.auctionzip.com/cgi-bin/photopanel.cgi?listingid=3129274&category=0&zip=&kwd=
  10. I finally went and done it. My R4512 finally stopped making good cuts so I got a Grizzly. I am SOOOOOOO impressed with this saw. Came with out a scratch on it. Easy to set up (with help). The hardest part was getting it to my shop. It weighs 300 lbs in the box. Got an appliance dolly and a great big friend to help me move it. Made several cuts with it today. If you are thinking about an up grade, this is a really good deal.
  11. Because I can rip the occasional beam when I need too, or 4x4 post, in one pass! The lumber I am using for our new balcony and patio structure is roughsawn full dimension. My 4x4's are 4" by 4". Love it! I have a small beam I needed to rip an inch off, my 12" TS cutting limit is 4.25 inches in one pass. Plus the 5hp helps too. You see me pushing hard at the end, it's more to do with the fresh paint on the beam, was grabbing the workbench surface.
  12. While not the greatest discount...probably would cover shipping for small items...at least they're thinking about our men & women who've served! Grizzly Offers Military Discount
  13. I am looking for a set of guides that would be an upgrade from what I have now, which is just the stock roller guides for my Grizz 14" Ultimate Bandsaw. I have folks say they love the freeze blocks, and then there are some nice bearing guides too. My saw is this one at http://www.grizzly.com/products/The-Ultimate-14-Bandsaw/G0555?utm_campaign=zPage A 14" with riser block. Does anyone have any recommendations for a new guide set? Thanks!
  14. So I now have the 24" Drumsander up and running. Wow does this thing really sand. I ran an end grain cutting board through yesterday that needed leveling up. Less than 5 minutes and this board was done. So so I got the old breaker box out and put in a new 100 amp box and ran a new line over to the sander. a a couple of more circuits and I can close up the wall. I will need to extend the power cord. It has an 8' cord on the machine but it needs to be about 12'. I'll work on that later. Got to get some projects out the door now. Thanks for your input Todd.
  15. I order a new Jointer back in December for the shop. I got a notice back that it was on back order till March 20th. I called and was told that was not correct, they were in customs and I should have it in a week to week and a half. I waited two weeks and still no jointer. I called back and was told they were on backorder and ti would be February 20th. I decided I would just wait till it got here and not bother them any more. Last Friday I got a card from Grizzly stating it would be 30 days from January 29th before it would be shipped, oh well. Then on Monday, I got a call from UPS and they had package for me and it would be delivered Wednesday. They wanted to make an appointment to deliver it. I said, "Hey anytime!" She said, "we will be there between 12:00 noon and 5:00 pm. Well that is not an appointment. Anyway, at 5:00 yesterday, the driver arrived at the house and we unloaded this 500lbs+ unit and rolled it into the shop. It came in two boxes, one cardboard and the top is int a wooden crate. I can't wait to get started putting it together and getting it online. So this will be my woodworking project tonight. I have a couple of friends coming to help me lift the top and put it on the base. I'll let you all know how it goes.
  16. Before Christmas when I was using my drum sander for making gifts I decided to take it apart after Christmas for a little tweaking. When I got it the table needed to be made parrellel to the drum (fixed), I found out that it works better with a dust collector attached (so far), but the biggest problem is that the drum is about 10 thousandths out of round on the outside end. This makes a vibration when used on that end, and it doesn't allow the full use of the sandpaper around the drum. This is what it looks like right now. My plan is to take the drum to my cousin and have him remachine it, reinstall it and tune everything up.
  17. I got mine in the mail today! I know what I'll be doing tonight at bedtime! Reading, and reading and reading till I fall a sleep with images of sugar plums, or I mean machinery and tools dancing in my head! I only wish the postal service would figure out how to get this in my mail box without fraying and ripping the edges! It looks pretty good in this image but that's only because it all laid flat for scanning. In real life it's all ripped up!
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