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  1. Folks, I am going to be selling off my larger equipment, time to downsize, and I am going to replace it with older and smaller antique machinery, first on the chopping block is my 12" Grizz table saw, and I want to replace it with old ARN, does anyone know of some good locations via internet to purchase old machinery? I know about Ebay, Craigslist, any others? Thanks!
  2. Introduction We are excited to announce that Larry Buskirk is back and ready to assume his duties as the Old Machinery Forum Host! Larry has been a member since July of 2011 along with a small hiatus from us as life happened, but he has returned to the fold, and we are very happy he is back. When Larry first came aboard he demonstrated his keen prowess in the art of restoring old machinery, and he kept coming back to share his expertise with others and a few of his own projects. It wasn't long before Larry shot us a message and asked us "You all should install an Old Machinery Forum!". After much cajoling and convincing us admins, the forums for Old Machinery were born, you can all thank Larry Buskirk for firing up our Old Machinery forums! I had a personal run in with Larry from the early days, I had an old Walker Turner drill press that I started to restore, and the on/off switch box was a mess, the wires were all jumbled and they were disconnected and I could not get it to hook up and start. Larry asked me to call him and see if we could get it squared away, within 10 minutes by just a phone call, Larry walked me through the identification process of each wire, and which wire connects to the other, and by the end of the night I had a Walker Turner that was spinning away! He really knows his stuff folks. Projects One of Larry's projects he shared with us was his Delta 700 Scroll Saw Restoration. Larry has also helped us start a unique file sharing gallery for machinery decals that are needed during the process of getting that old machine back to specs and color. All the decals uploaded into this gallery were done by our Machinery Forum Host. https://thepatriotwoodworker.com/files/category/25-delta-mfg-co/ Just a heads up, when a decal is submitted in the decal files sharing category, they are auto-populated into the Old Machinery Badges and Decals Forum. https://thepatriotwoodworker.com/forums/forum/46-old-machinery-badges-and-decals/ Duties Larry will be hosting all the forums under the Old Machinery category. He'll will be our main go to man for the art of restoring old machinery, or not restoring old machinery! Hey, just post your old machinery topics here, so we can all talk about them and learn. Restored or not, Old Machinery is just flat out cool. Larry will be able to assist members in posting their topics or editing images, or inserting images, correcting up on that post that you wish you had not posted, he will be able to remove or change content for you. And of course his main duty here, is to be here for you while you restore that old machine, bringing it back from the dead. In other words, welcome back Larry! Great to have you aboard, again, and assuming your duties here in the Old Machinery Forums! Now, get to it folks! Dig em up, un-bury them, rescue them from salvage, and take up your neighbor when they offer you an old machine that appears to be useless, because I guarantee you, once you get it in your shop, and you interact here for the resto process, you'll have a working machine that is made better than most machines today, at a fraction of the cost. Cheers!
  3. i will take this marsh buggies excavator to the woodworking show in Atlanta GA.if you go to the show stop and take look
  4. The forum for Shopsmith users and future users.
  5. 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.
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    Woodworking Machinery & Supply (WMS) Conference and Expo brings the world's leading players of machinery, tooling and supplies right to the doorstep of the robust Canadian woodworking industry. For more info see: http://www.woodworkingnetwork.com/events-contests/wms/
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    Felder Group USA welcomes customers to attend its grand opening of its showroom in Anaheim, California. Demonstrations of machines for all job sizes will be running all day at the events, and registered attendees will be entered to win a Felder FAT300 lifting table valued at $1,600.
  8. Got a question for ya'll, if you were asked what are the types of power that has been used throughout our history to power tools and machinery, what would your answer be?
  9. I am installing this topic here in our Pulse Forum to get a better understanding of what folks would like to see in a "Review Department" within our own community here. This suggestion was originally created by @p_toad. Peter had mentioned a "review feature" over on WOOD forums. I would like to delve in deeper and have anyone who was aware of the WOOD "review feature" please elaborate on it, and what improvements or other ideas for a specific review feature would we want to have here. Also anyone who is interested in expressing their opinions on the pros and cons of a review department whether you used the WOOD feature or not. And all ideas are welcome. My main questions are, what was this feature? How did it work, and what were the steps you took to complete a review?
  10. Dad couldn't make it to our Thanksgiving dinner, he was feeling under the weather and the drive down the mountain would have been a tad precarious, as he was feeling dizzy from the medications he's on. So we told him not to fret, we'll bring him some Thanksgiving the next day. My wife packed up a nice care package of food for him, and my son and I headed up the mountain with his food. We like going up there, it's the mountains. I thought I'd share with you all my Dad's place, it's a neat home, situated up on a ridge over looking some wonderful scenery. Dad showed us some of the bird houses he's been working on. These are his creations that he will sell locally at the gift shops and to individuals as well. Here is pops, with my son, his grandson. Dad lives a nice no nonsense life, he's been a bachelor for about 45 years, he doesn't have much room for the frilly stuff, he uses that stove to heat his home, and when the electricity goes out, he'll put a pot of stew up on that old stove. Since his appliances are all electrical, when the power goes out, it's the stove! He has some birdhouses sitting on the side waiting to be painted, he paints them in his home where it's nice and warm. Don't worry, the stove aint on right now, the paint is fine! Here is a view from the front of his home. This is looking out the window at the stove area. He has birdhouses all over his property, he built this wind screen a few years back and put a bird house atop it. By the way, the dog is Suzy, his Beagle, best friend, and profound varmint hunter. Dad standing in front of the shop he and I built back in 2005. This is where he'll hang most of the day, building, inventing, and just staying out of trouble. This day, I have never seen his shop look so clean, he typically has about a half foot of shavings and dust on the floor. Here's a shot of his cutoff table and general work bench. An ol Unisaw we picked up at a garage sale, and we outfitted it with a Biesmeyer. His assembly table for the birdhouse and other crafts and woodworking. His ol Delta scroll saw. Old Craftsman band saw, I gotta tell ya guys, this ol saw has a ton of features on it, I can't name them right now, but I remember there were just some really cool things going on with this old saw. Another shot of his work bench and wall. He uses this PC belt sander to shape and smooth edges with. Here is a neat view looking out of his shop to the front. Dad's home, an ol single wide built in the 60's. We've had a ton of fun, in this old home. My dad and I lived in a trailer a third of the size of this one throughout my teens up to the point I joined the Army. After I ETS'd out of the Army, I returned to live for a while longer in our trailer till I was steadily on my feet. Dad was and is always there for me. Some more of his birdhouses. These stairs he made from leftovers he found around the neighborhood, they get us down to the lower level of his property. My dad does things like this, he'll build for minimum needs, and it works! He is a true minimalist. Here is a nice image of his home, with the shop. A couple more birdhouses he built Thanks for following along my pictorial of my dad's place and his shop. There isn't much he can't do. He's from the old school of thought, and I love him dearly for it. His philosophy is "use only what I need, nothing more nothing less". I have seen him stretch a pot of stew over 5 days, and make a 20 dollar bill last a week. He was raised on the farm in New York and his family later moved into the city of Aurora ILL. where his dad blue-collared a life. My dad served in the Navy, he was a corpsman stationed in San Diego's Balboa Medical Hospital in the late 50's. He's just a great ol soul, I love him.
  11. Laguna Tools is one our biggest donors to our charity events for the veterans projects we are involved in. Laguna Tools, owners Catherine Helshoj and Torben Helshoj, are both dedicated to the men and women who have served our nation. We are very fortunate to have them by our side in all we do. Please support Laguna Tools with your purchases, as they support us, and our veterans.
  12. Woodcraft Supply is one of our oldest supporters of our woodworking community, they also support many veterans projects throughout our nation. Woodcraft is always quick to help our community with any of our own projects to benefit our veterans. Please consider giving Woodcraft Supply your business, they support us, our veterans, lets support them!
  13. First off I'd like to thank all the folks who participated on our Hand Plane Specifications Sheet Template for our new wiki. Now I have another mission I'd like ya'lls help on, I am looking for the main woodworking machinery categories. Just the main ones, we can talk about sub categories at a later date. Of course this is for our new wiki project. Here is what I have thus far. If you feel any of the categories I have so far can be consolidated further, please advise. I look forward to anyone's input and interest! We are looking for any missed categories from what you see below. Main Machinery Categories Band Saws Boring Dovetailers Drill Presses Dust Collectors Grinders Lathes Miter Saws Molders Mortisers Multi Purpose Planers Power Feeders Radial Arm Saws Sanders Shapers Table Saws Tenoning
  14. I have a very basic question. What makes a machine old? Amongst the old machinery crowd, is there a cut off date? Is there a time period that is the cutoff time frame? I am doing a research project on this, and I would like to have a solid explanation if possible regarding this. If I were to create two categories, one being Old Woodworking Machinery the other Modern Woodworking Machinery What would be the years to determine this? I need the categories to look like the ones below, x = years such as (1902-1959) Old Woodworking Machinery (xxxx-xxxx) Modern Woodworking Machinery (xxxx-xxxx) Or should the categories look like this? Old Woodworking Machinery (Pre-xxxx) Modern Woodworking Machinery (Post-xxxx) Thank you for any help.
  15. Just curious, does anyone know of a website that features restored machinery for sale besides Ebay?
  16. There is a great article on our home page about the preservation of old machinery by Patriot Woodworker Jack. You can see the article at Preservation of Old Woodworking Machinery. I am finally getting a chance to sit down and see what we brought over from our old forum community, I love reading through the archives! You can find our main Archive at The Patriot Woodworker Blog Archives. We are still proofing many that were brought over and installing them in the archive, our archive will grow with the pre-migration content we had on our old server.
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