That link for the manual is broken, I found a copy here;Use the link below for the Manual/User guide
That link for the manual is broken, I found a copy here;
Thanks for posting the pics bobj3. Could you post some more of some of the projects you have used it for? I looked a bit through the forum and haven't yet found any.
I have this machine and would love to get some ideas of what it would be useful for, especially if it could replace a panto router.
I would love to be able to make;
Milk crate inspired wooden boxes
but getting all the mortises accurately lined up is putting me off...
Yeah, didn't really see the recreator working for that. That's why I was hoping for some project examples.Hi Jubilee
Thanks for the PDF file, I have tried to upload the one I have but it was always to big for the forum, but I have added the file you posted the manual files..
I will did around a bit and see if I can find some files to upload.
But I will say I don't think the Recreator is the tool for the job for the Milk crate boxes..
Yeah, didn't really see the recreator working for that. That's why I was hoping for some project examples.
As for the milk crate, I guess a template, with all five mortises, carefully centered should work. Make it as accurately as possible and mirror it top to bottom to account for small errors...
Yeah, I found Matthias Wandel's site when I was planning some modular "milk crate" like book storage cases a couple of years ago. He is my hero... baby steps!Hi
I did find one picture on the HD I didn't take many pictures of the projects I made with it...
It's more of a copy cat machine but it can be use free also.
But the milk crates you want make and the web page you posted is of a guy that used 5 machine (plus fixtures) he made to make them ,he is very sharp ..
I for one would not put in the five mortises in place I would just put in a long slot and put in some spaces to fill the gaps..