Hey everyone, I took a new job and am moving. I am taking a lot of stuff with me but I am going to sell a couple larger tools that I'd rather buy new when I'm settled into a new shop. All of my tools come from a one man hobbiest shop and are very well taken care of. Let me know if you have any questions or would like some more pictures. I don't have time to deal with shipping so this is all pick-up only in South Bend, Indiana 46615.
1. Jet 10" ProShop Tablesaw (Model# JPS-10TS) with router table extension wing. Comes with Jessem Mast-R-Lift II router lift, Forrest Woodworker 2 blade, a Freud thin kerf combo blade, a cheap tapering jig and whatever random push sticks and junk I find laying around. $1200.
I'll include the Dewalt 618 EVS router with fixed and plunge bases for $160.
2. Jet 22-44 OSC Drum Sander. Includes add-on infeed/outfeed tables and a box of 120 grit paper. This thing is a beast. The oscillating drum is a nice feature. $1400.
3. Delta 28-400 14" Bandsaw with Kreg fence, micro-adjuster, and resaw guide. Includes 3/4" Timberwolf blade, 3/8" blade, and 3/16" blade. Installed new urethane tires about 2 months ago. $500.
4. Jet JBOS-5 Spindle Sander with a bunch of sanding sleeves, various sizes and grits. $300.
5. Kreg Jig K5 new in box plus unopened screw kit. $100.
6. Dewalt DW6913 router edge guide. Fits the 618, 621, 624 and a few others. New in box. $30.
7. Delta ShopMaster Model# SS250 Scroll Saw. $50.
If I decide to sell anything else I will be sure to add it to the post. Thanks for looking and let me know if you have questions.
I thought long and hard about a catchy title, and this was the best I could do. Sorry, I have a cold.
I have a metric ton of scrap plywood, MDF and other sheet goods in my shop. I'm bad about being able to get rid of this stuff in a timely fashion.
Right after I filmed that I got two big black bags of scrap to the curb, and was feeling pretty good. Just that bit under the MFT and some select pieces I think I have a plan for.
Speaking of under the MFT, what is that big thing on the left?
Oh, that's my old router table top (I told you I am bad).
I could throw it away, or...
That's not a bad size. Little smaller than I wanted because my MFT fence got whacked out of alignment, but it will work.
Let's mark some mounting holes and put some knock-in nuts. Now let's try something new, and use the router rail guide to make room for the T-track and insert.
Didn't turn out too bad, considering it was completely free. And we also learned not to worry about the mounting holes until the end, because now we have to redo them.
I've got some T-track holddowns around here somewhere, and I'll redo the mounting holes and knock out a simple fence maybe this weekend. Got about 10 more inserts out of the rest of the top I cut up, and that will last me well beyond the planned replacement next year. Two birds with one stone, this.