Tom Cancelleri

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About Tom Cancelleri

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  • Birthday December 19

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    : Northern Virginia
  • Woodworking Interests
    Turning, pens, box making, cabinet making, furniture making.

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  1. They're incredibly well made. Sharp as any knife I own. I got one free in the mail with the purchase of my tormek t7 a couple of years ago. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  2. YES! It's the off gassing from the cheap chinese plastics
  3. I used this on my Jet JTAS 10XL cabinet saw. I haven't had to lube or clean the trunion gears in 2 years, and it's still smooth as it was the day I cleaned it and lubed it up. http://www.woodcraft.com/product/147403/progold-lubricant-pg2000-16-ounce-pump-spray.aspx
  4. If you really wanna do it right, do what I did. Get your dust deputy setup, then put a bag in your vacuum. That will help keep the filter clean.
  5. They are a dealer promo item. A local dealer had them, so I had to take a picture for you. They couldn't sell them.
  6. Shane doesn't have these. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  7. I have the Jet unit. It does a damn good job. I was flattening the wasteboard on my CNC today. Think about how fun spinning a 1" whiteside straight bit and milling away 1/16" of MDF. DUST EVERYWHERE! I can't finish making that dust shoe fast enough. This is what my pre filter looked like after just 35 minutes to flatten the wasteboard. The inner sock will get cleaned tomorrow.
  8. Yep, what Steve said. Epoxy, wax paper, strap clamp, let it cure for 2 days before turning again. Don't spin it too fast. You don't need more than 800 RPM on a bowl.
  9. The Kapex is a great saw. I very much like mine. However, don't think you're gonna push that blade through a big cut like a hot knife through butter. On heavy cuts, take it slow. The saw lacks in the power department. While I've managed to cut through everything I've needed to including 3.5"x5" maple roubo legs, it didn't cut it with great authority.
  10. So what you're saying is, you walked into woodcraft like this, and walked out like this?
  11. If Kroil oil doesn't work, If you can soak it in evaporust, that will work at eating the rust.
  12. Kroil oil Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  13. I used it to layout and map my shop dimensions so I could do some space planning to give me a better idea of how and where to put all my stuff.
  14. 3D printer would be about as useful as udders on a bull.