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  1. New Member Introductions
    Hi, Someone asked if they should buy a planer first or a jointer. I would buy the jointer first,this way you can build OK projects. If you buy a 6 inch jointer it says you can use it as a planer,not a very good idea. Brady
  2. New Member Introductions
    I have a Mastercraft Flip Jointer/Planer but it was a demo and didn't come with a manual. Anyone who would part with, photocopy or scan it I would appreciate an pay for postage etc. Regards, Brian
  3. General Routing
    Hi, As a first project. I have decided to make a coffee table. To make a coffee table top, I am trying to join planks of pine in downward and upside end grains to avoid warping. After watching multiple videos on using router as a jointer, I bought a 1/4 shank 1 inch dept straight bit- plugged...
  4. What is it?
    So for anyone who has seen this post on Lumberjocks, I appologize, just haven't had a lot of responses, or maybe everyone just agrees with the one. Ok, so this Delta/Rockwell 6” jointer was posted on CL and I thought since I can’t buy a new one, this would be a good one to get me going with not...
  5. Tools and Woodworking
    I am looking to find a part for my jointer. Its useless without this part as it raises and lowers the infeed table. The part is referred to as the "linkage assembly" and is no longer available from Sears / Craftsman. I really don't want to have to buy a new jointer because i cant find a $5.00...
  6. Powermatic Manuals
    Here is the manual for the Powermatic model 54 6" Jointer.
  7. Power Tool Manuals
    Looking for a Lamello top 20 Owners Manual if anyone has one. Would be willing to pay for your time if necessary.
  8. New Member Introductions
    Just a note to say hi to all...jrd here , a novice woodworker with no plan,no system, and precious little talent. I'm in the process of building an "exact width" dado jig. The video I copied was for a jig approximately 24" long,however that didn't suit my needs so I'm making it 54" long. That...
  9. Craftsman Manuals
    Craftsman 6" Jointer 103.20660. Mike
  10. Craftsman Manuals
    Craftsman 6 1/8-inch Jointer-Planer 113.20680 113.206930 is the model with legs and motor. Many of these are still around and still very serviceable. Mike
  11. Table-mounted Routing
    In the ShopNotes Tools & Jigs special issue, there are plans for a jointer table that uses a horizontally mounted router. For those that haven't seen it, it's a true immitation of a jointer: infeed and outfeed tables slide on an angled surface, raising and lowering them in relation to the bit...
  12. Tools and Woodworking
    Does anyone here have any experience with the Rikon 6" jointer model 20-100, if you do could you please provide me with some feedback. I would also like to hear from anyone who has had any experience with the Grizzly Jointer with Parallelogram Beds. Thanks for any input you can provide.
  13. Tool Reviews
    Well after much deliberation, for several weeks, I decided to buy a 8" Grizzly jointer I found on Craigslist. The guy sold it the day before I called back. I wne to a fellow woodworkers shop and gave his 6" Grizzly a good look. With shipping, one of those was gonna cost me $449. I actually...
  14. Tools and Woodworking
    I would like to buy a jointer to straighten some boards (quarter sawn white oak) that are only finished on 2 sides. I know I ca ndo this on my tablesaw, but I did that on the last project (a blanket chest) and it was very time consuming, and left some burn marks which had to be sanded out (more...
  15. New Member Introductions
    Hello to all. I am new to this forum, and found it while doing a web search for info on jointers. I am in the market for a (hopefully pre-owned) jointer b/c I have some lumber that was only finished on 2 sides. I was hoping to find some helpful info on this site. I am also interested in seeing...
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