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Check out my drill press restoration instructable https://www.instructables.com/id/Drill-Press-Restoration-Refurbishing-Techniques/ I tired a couple of different methods and vinegar bath seems to work pretty well for small parts.
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Hey Wyatt, thanks for chiming in and posting some good resources. Table saw safety is important for those that are unfamiliar. I will disagree a bit with your statement that a table saw without a riving knife should never be used. I think a better caveat would be to never use a table saw without a riving knife, in cases where it will fail to prevent kickback. The table saw I built this splitter for has great quality, but unfortunately it was engineered without the option of attaching a riving knife. That doesn't mean it should be sent to the dust bin. It is still great for a variety of cuts with a miter gauge and also for heavier and larger stock where a riving knife does not have added benefit over a splitter.
Oscillating Tool Blade Hack
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Thanks for chiming in Phil. 20 amp is now common for receptacles in newer construction, but I am in a home built in the 90s that is run with 15 amp breakers and 14 guage wire. That is a good point for anyone reading and I'll add a disclaimer, because you can never be too safe with electrical work.
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Its been a while since I worked on this project, but if I remember correctly it was thin steel sheet. I no longer have that grill, but I used it at high temperatures daily for over a year and never experienced any issues. Thanks for the input.
Have you tried spraying in a penetrating oil like WD40? Let the oil penetrate overnight and then give it another whack.
Sorry, I don't remember where I got them, but there are many places on the internet to source grindre parts.
That's right, stainless steel should work, just not a reactive metal. I updated that section to be more specific. Good luck with the Tuscan mother, it will make a world of difference.
Depends on the strength of the vinegar and the level of oxidation of the object. I usually just give it a little scrape with a copper brush every day to see how it is coming along. It usually takes an average of 3-7 days.
I actually didn't attach the tabletop to the frame. It sits snugly between the posts. I also didn't apply any finish to the frame. The workbench is in my apartment, so it is a quick rig until I get a larger space.
Ill be honest I don't get a lot of heavy use out of the dust collector lately, but almost all dust ends up in my cyclone bucket, minus the finest particles that end up in the bag. I don't have a lot of fine particles escaping my system, but I also replaced my bag with a 1 micron substitute.
It was a piece of scrap wood that already had holes and they serve no purpose.
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No particular reason. Anything could be used that has the desired properties I suppose. Thanks
I live in Denver and housing prices are not very friendly. Hopefully in the near future all these tools will have a better home.
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Great work. Thanks
Thanks for the tip. Ill give that a shot on my next rust removal project.
I did eventually countersinked the screws. Just got a little ahead of myself with posting the instructable.
You can buy the brush insert at fine woodworking stores or over the internet at sites like Penn State Industries.
Hand Plane Restorations
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This is good information. With the number of HF motors you see people mod to run in the vertical I wonder how many are having issues. I think I'll run in this position as an experiment and see how long before I notice trouble. I can always swap out the bearings at some point as an additional instructable. Thanks for the insight.
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Harbor Freight 2HP dust collector.
The Thien Baffle allows for easier emptying of the dust collected and also keeps the filter clean. When the filter becomes impregnated with dust it can reduce the efficiency of the dust collector.
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I used rustoleum metallic spray paint on the outside. Seasoning is just treating the surface with fats and oils to prevent sticking and protect the metal. I brushed the inside a bit with mineral oil before the running sprouts and garlic through. You could use spring onions or anything else you have laying around.
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French Rolling Pin