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  1. New Member Introductions
    Good morning to all. My name is Ray and this is my first post. I'm located in the foothills of NC. I am in the process of building my shop. My plan is to set 2 table saws on right angles to form the first part of the work center and place the joiner on the side of the primary saw. All the gaps...
  2. Tools and Woodworking
    I have a problem with alignment on my tablesaw crosscut sled. When I cut on the right hand side of the blade, I get a satisfactorily square cut. When I line up to make the cut on the left side of the blade it is not square. I've checked everything I can think of for square. The fence is...
  3. Shop Safety
    Don't think I have seen this on here, friend of mine sent this to me as he knows I like woodworking, anyway have a look, Poppa Rob or GRLevel3 Unbelievable! This is an example of believing in your product! For those of you who use a table saw, you will find this fascinating. You are going to...
  4. Table-mounted Routing
    Been gone too long. I recently got a Ryobi BT3000 tablesaw setup with extension table, blades, etc. When I got it home I noticed a hole with four smaller holes surrounding it in one of the sliding panels. I looked at the manual (real men read manuals!). It is for a router! Router is a Skil...
  5. Tools and Woodworking
    I have just found a bit time to create the drawings of my heavy duty table saw which I have used over the last 5 years. Besides oil and a few bearings there was no other maintenance needed. The design was enhanced with facilities for a router and a drum sander. The leading ideas where...
  6. Tools and Woodworking
    I have a quarter hp electric motor which I intent to power a homemade circular saw. The motor will drive an 8Inch blade at 5000rpm. Is the motor strong enough for a table saw?
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  8. Show N' Tell
    After years of using a 10 inch table-saw with a small (63x43cm) table, and a hand-held router, I thought it was time for a table-saw/router-table combo. Main considerations: • One big table top (130x75 cm) serving both tools. • Making use of the old saw. • Maximum storing-space for router...
  9. Tools and Woodworking
    I picked up a 10 inch Ohio Forge (RIP) benchtop table saw. I finally got the motor to align, but the screws controlling tilt and elevation are kicking my behind all over the place. I can't seem to find anyone with a manual, and there are no pictures of any to be found. I would REALLY...
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