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i have an old jointer that was made by Atlas press co. it is a 6inch jointer. where can i get knives to replace old ones? i think there is one person here that may be able to tell me.

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HI levon

As you know I'm a big fan of the old Atlas equipment,,download the file below,it's a big file 12.5mb.. it will show the blades,,but if you order some get the ones that are carb.tipped .bit money money but worth it..

http://www.stalteredge.com/User%20pr...t%209-1-06.PDF


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hello bobj,

i thought you would know, if my observation is right the knives i need are solid piece of metal and they use allen set screws to hold them in. there are no slots in them . does this sound correct?

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HI levon

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i thought you would know, if my observation is right the knives i need are solid piece of metal and they use allen set screws to hold them in. there are no slots in them . does this sound correct?



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Measure the knives you have, such as 6"X5/8"X1/8"
http://www.freudtools.com/p-295-high...er-knives.aspx
You should find them.
You don't need carbide.

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