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Hello again folks, so we are looking to add a new tool to the arsenal in the shop and I am going crazy searching for it. We are wanting a Router, we prefer one right now with a pre-fab table so we can start making our own paddles out of pine for our projects. However, the more I search the more questions I have and no one at Home Depot or Lowe's is any help, we don't really have many local hardware stores that I know of, if any. Can anyone here point me in the right direction?
Recently a fellow woodworker sent me a note about an upgrade someone did to his DeWalt 788. Seems as a Marcus Bailey has come up with a over sizsd knurled knob cap for the Dewalt Scroll saw. He is making these and for more information you can contact: Marcus Bailey 404-274-2532 Or: firstname.lastname@example.org They come in 2 sizes,1.125" and 1.00" , I bought 2 small ones, here are the pictures,thats about 2 min. to install. Herb
John Morris posted a topic in The Patriot's PulseIntroduction Dear folks, we have just completed a major upgrade for our woodworking community. As you peruse your community you'll eventually notice some nice additions, and you'll also notice some "not too welcome" additions or changes. Please report back any issues or comments you have, here in this topic. This upgrade was necessary, we held off as long as we could because we understand change is not always welcome. But in this case we had too, our developers have addressed some security issues and they have also upgraded many features as well. The more you use your community, the more you'll notice the enhancements. Patience You all are some of the most patient community members I have ever known, and I'd like to personally thank all of you for sticking with us, and working with us as we travel through this wonderful world of woodworking and building an online woodworking community we can all call home. In closing Hey, before anyone starts throwing rotten tomatoes at the staff, or me, please keep in mind we are all here on a volunteer basis. This community is not used as an ATM, or a profit center, we are a not for profit in the truest sense, not a single staff member nor myself, or our admins, get paid a single dime for our efforts here. We are all here for our love of woodworking, meeting new friends, and most importantly, supporting our disabled veterans. We spend countless hours here at the "Backstage" level and volunteer countless hours on the "Mainstage", and we ask nothing in return, just your happiness! Thank you for helping us make this community of woodworkers a great place to be.
Those of you that have made this upgrade to your lathe: how do you like it? I have read a lot of comments and watched Utube videos but,alas, can not ask questions. I am retired so have lots of time to change speeds on my lathe. Enlighten me please.
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