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Thread: Ok Stu, heres my shop

  1. #41
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    Nice get, Bryan. Man, you're getting quite the setup there.
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    Talking NEW 12" HELICAL JOINTER!!!!

    Had this picked up in Muncy while a buddy was away to Nova Scotia & and then to Boston, traveling with his big Dodge dually. Once I got the gooey stuff off, tried it out on a walnut board, no tear out around those knots! Very quiet, I think my drill press makes more noise . Edge jointed 40", joint came out perfect without even trying!! Not going to miss the 20 yr old DJ-20 , sold in 1 day too! I have been wanting a 12" and with the helical cutters, never have to mess with setting knives again!
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  3. #43
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    Boy that is one heck of a machine, and one heck of a buddy you got there too
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    It's a small world Stu.
    Bryan's buddy (who knows everyone in the woodworking community in NA) dropped in to my place around the same time you and I were having our visit to The Dungeon. Could've unloaded that beast right here and sent Bryan my toy 6" Delta jointer!

    Nice machine Bryan. Do the lights dim in Woodstock when you start it up?

    Regards
    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Rideout View Post
    Do the lights dim in Woodstock when you start it up?
    Regards
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    Dim? I can't run quick enough to the window to see once I hit the start button!
    hobby woodworking since 1972

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    Hmm...instead of carrying planes, that aircraft carrier does the work of a thousand planes.

    Looks like a nice beast to use, Bryan. Congrats.
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    After looking through all the posts and getting up to date, the only thing I think you could use now would be a BIGGER shop! Great looking and nicely laid out
    Aloha,

    What goes around, comes around.

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    New Planer

    Decided I needed a helical planer to tame the tear out blues! Sold my Beast -20" Delta Rc-51 planer, a surplus 18" delta band saw and a hardly used Rockwell 6x48/12" disc sander to get almost enough capital to purchase this Powermatic 209HH planer. Big bonus, don't need ear muffs when planing lumber. Neighbours should like that! Extremely quiet!!! Snipe free and maple is planed smooth as glass. The large cast iron tables are a nice feature too!
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    looks like a nice addition there bryon, the helical knives are they inserts or just twisted knives?
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    looks like a nice addition there bryon, the helical knives are they inserts or just twisted knives?
    Google has come through again Larry.

    http://www.powermatic.com/Products.a...316&cat=332116
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