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|05-11-2020 04:04 AM|
Herb. I've just been to the shed to have a look at my table and my compliments go out to you. That's a substantial piece of metal you cut out of the table. |
|04-08-2019 09:18 AM|
|harrysin||I haven't seen this thread before, it was soon after I spent four weeks in hospital and was absent from the forum for quite a while. I'm sure that most members are familiar with my foot operated router lift but here it is again in case anyone missed it.|
|04-08-2019 09:10 AM|
|harrysin||This was posted in error, the following one was meant to be posted.|
|04-07-2019 11:52 PM|
|JFPNCM||Amazing piece, well done.|
|04-07-2019 08:52 PM|
|DesertRatTom||I'm VERY happy with my Triton in a Rockler table, using a Woodpecker mounting plate. Works beautifully. Have a Rockler fence that works well too. Has sawdust extraction just behind the bit. I had the Rockler mount for my 1617, but it kept slipping. I guess Herb tightened it up. The Rockler plate is a little smaller than standard, so I had to rout out the opening for the Woodpecker. I like the the thicker Woodpecker plate and the twist-lock changable inserts (I just got the insert kit with all sizes. Not sure I would benefit from an iron top.|
|04-07-2019 05:51 PM|
|Herb Stoops|| |
Originally Posted by guitarmaker View Post
If a person attempts this like I did, a metal straight edge is essential to keep the dremel cutting in a straight line. It will try to climb out of the cut and wander off. I tried a pneumatic cut-off wheel, but ny compressor could not keep up. Also tried a metal cutting blade in a jigsaw but I couldn't keep it perpendicular to the face and in a straight line. The fastest way turned out to be the Dremel.
|10-01-2017 10:27 AM|
Can you say more about using the cut-off wheels? I'm surprised you were able to cut a cast iron table with them, not surprised that YOU could do it but I wouldn't have attempted it myself...
|09-30-2017 06:18 PM|
Thanks for this Herb. How many cut-off wheels did it take to do this? |
|04-07-2016 03:16 PM|
|Herb Stoops|| |
Originally Posted by Mr sawdust View Post
Or you can just buy a nice factory made fence. You can go Incre, Rockler , Kreg, Infinity,Eagle American, Ebay even has some nice ones. It will take a little figuring out how to mount an aftermarket fence, but it can be done.
The MLCS X-1 is identical to the Eagle American that I bought.
|04-06-2016 06:07 PM|
Originally Posted by Stick486 View Post
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