another vote for planer...get a good one as it will get a tremendous amount of use. I pretty much start with all rough cut wood and everything that comes off my table saw sees some time at the planer. A jointer is another consideration, but a planer can serve as a face jointer if you use a...
+3 on the Ridgid....not very sophisticated by very versatile...It gets a lot of use in my shop. Seems like I am always touching something up on it. It was also invaluable in making the Maloof style rocker this past year.
Charlie...yep, just a smidge of all the hours of enjoyment you have provided us with your talents.
My first thought in seeing today's post is someone just found another room in King Tut's tomb.
Thanks for sharing.
You guys are why I LOVE this site!!! and Phil, your offer to help is really appreciated, but you are now off the hook.
Update : taking all the above suggestions into account I started with the plug---small flash burn at the tip of one of the hots...it actually fell loose while examining it...
Thanks for the replies, fellows. And after a warm meal and time to re-think the events, it is clear I need to check the wiring inside the receptacle.
Re. the 50 AMP circuit...well the story gets a little complicated, but I'll try to keep it simple.
It is a 5hp motor and the machine specs call...
I've had a Grizzly 1033x planer for about 18 months now...was cleaning and adjusting rollers etc.
Tried to run a test piece and got a white flash out of the wall receptacle and machine stopped.
Full disclaimer, I know little about electricity, but I do know that is not good.
Looking for a recommendation for a replacement conveyor belt for my SuperMax 37x2 drum sander.
There are several sources on line, but the price is so variable I'm not sure which to get so as to get good quality and not get stung.
Any suggestions from those of you who have faced this issue?
not likely from your description but maybe sawdust/chips in the channels that holds the posts. I had a cracked/broken blade hood that allowed chips to not get expelled and they got wedged in there. Blowing them clean fixed that til I ordered a replacement part.
Charlie, as always I am totally impressed each time I see your work. The intricacies and patterns seem endless.
This time I took more time to notice the actual finish. I like the warm tone and subtle sheen. What is your finishing process?