Here is a list of all the postings Big Al has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: SIP 01489 Bandsaw|
Send me a pm with your email address and I will send it to you
I have received your message regarding this manual and I will try to remember to email it to you the next time I turn my computer on. Apologies for not doing it sooner as I have been a bit busy lately with private issues.
|Thread: How is this made?|
I would say that it is an American black walnut veneered board, probably moisture resistance MDF. There was probably some walnut blocking inserted where the handles were machined prior to veneering.
|Thread: Wood Garden Structure|
Depends where you live, I would never recommend having timber delivered as you won’t have any control over what you will receive.
If using oak make sure that it is either European or English oak, american white oak won’t last as long.
other alternative timbers are sapele, utile or iroko.
|Thread: Drilling through hard wood|
I would probably do this on my pillar drill with either a forstener bit, or a lip and spur bit. Also a slow drill speed would be better as a fast drilling speed would probably burn the wood. Also if drilling into doweling you would need to put the doweling into a wooden v block to stop it from twisting when you plunge the dill bit into the doweling.
|Thread: SIP 01489 band saw|
Hi, send me a private message with your email address and I will forward you a PDF file of the manual.
|Thread: New to woodworking–need advice|
Before you fill up your wall space it might be a good idea to paint your walls and ceiling white. I have found that this helps with the lighting.
|Thread: Things to know before purchasing RouterTables.|
To be honest the best router table that I have ever come ac4oss is the one that I built myself. It is based on the deluxe router table by the new Yankee workshop.
|Thread: back issue|
It shouldn’t be too difficult to make one just using the photo as inspiration, that way you can make it to a size and timber that suits you.
|Thread: Record player cabinet|
I have just finished this cabinet for my record player. Made from purpleheart and finished using rustins plastic coating and burnished to a high gloss finish.
|Thread: Been a while|
It’s been a while since I uploaded any photos and this is a desk that I made earlier this year. Made from Oak and elm and finished using rustins plastic coating.
I have also noticed the lack of posts but I must confess that I am guilty of this myself. Unfortunately most posts don’t inspire me to usually reply, and I can’t remember the last time I saw any projects that were inspirational.
I can remember a time that this forum was very informative and very busy, but not for a long time.
|Thread: What timber is this?|
Looks like oak to me.
|Thread: The Tower|
|Thread: Scheppach blade alignment|
Check that the slots are square to the bed using a framing square. If they are then put the square against the end of the bed and slide it to the blade to check for square. If everything is aligning correctly and square then your slots are parallel to the blade. If not then loosen the bolts holding the bed to the machine and adjust. Once it is all aligned then tighten your bolts and everything should be fine.
|Thread: first atempt at colouring|
|Thread: Need to replace switch on cutter|
Personally I would buy a new switch and fit it. If you ever need to cut the power to the tool quickly it's easier to let go of a switch than to find and turn off a switch which is on the power cable.
|Thread: Radiator cover|
Here is a radiator cover that I made for some friends of mine.
|Thread: Extractor Problems|
To be fair an extractor will never pick up anything dense and heavy. Even industrial ones never usually suck up screws or nails, just dust and shavings. The only time you hear a bang of any type is when a loose knot or dowel goes up the extractor.
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