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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-18-2020, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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My 5 year old lemon table saw is down so my woodworking projects are on a minor stall as well as my insomnia is kicking my butt. I am hoping its the starter capacitor so ordered it today. Should be in tomorrow or the next day. I also don't like working with power tools when I am this tired.

That means I have had more time behind the computer screen and my 3d software.

I really enjoyed and liked Oliver's dragon figurehead project so inspired me to make my own (or at least a pattern for one).
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I never heard of a "Lemmon" TC before. mI like your designs A LOT.
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lol. The Lemmon company is right next to the Gaarbaage company. I got a entry level Delta after my old Craftsman (used 20+ years) started giving me more work than I wanted. I really like the design on the Delta but the motor is under powered and its given me problems for a long time and its seems like a common problem on this model.
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Insomnia is getting to several of us. We have been cooped up too long but it looks like it will be a while longer.

Nice designs.
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Thanks all.

I sometimes get lucky. As an example, I thought a 40K themed steampunk gun sword would be cool.

Yes, I made a cnc pattern from it.
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Finally got to test carve my owl pattern...barely.

My capacitor came in and replaced. Ran my table saw for about 3 minutes turned off and tried to turn it on again and nothing. So fix did not fix the problem. Same behavior. Going to replace the run capacitor and see if that does anything. If not, its time for a new saw.

Board is 9" x 12" x 1.5". Carve took 1 hour at .25 in depth.

Pretty happy with it. Only tweak required is to set the eyes a little deeper to bring out more detail in the carve.
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Finally got to test carve my owl pattern...barely.

My capacitor came in .... If not, its time for a new saw.

Oscar... play lotto and get this saw. You can sit on your couch
and use remote control. Let's just say it aint cheap.


Cool Owl... drill out the eyes and put red leds in it.
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Ronnie,

I would have to win the lotto. $35K is just slightly higher than what I was thinking of buying. Though, they are pretty.
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Well that carved nice. It's always fun to carve a new 3D model and see how nice it looks. That model is a keeper.
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