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About EdgewaterWW

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  • Birthday 06/06/1966

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    Edgewater, Colorado
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  1. No P0462021 - SPINDLE PULLEY SET 1 $43.75 $43.75 That pulley didn't fit, the Delta Headstock Shaft is a smaller diameter then the hole in the pulley. But I didn't try http://www.grizzly.com/products/g1495/parts part #10A P1495010A SPINDLE PULLEY Good luck
  2. Hmmmm I wonder what the max BF a Amazon Drones can handle?
  3. The more Circuits the better! The guy that planed/wired my garage/shop put 8 outlets on 3 walls on 1 circuit, then 2 outlets on 1 wall on 1 circuit. Don't be that guy! Edit : I should add I have fixed this problem.
  4. So my order did ship late on Wednesday and I got it today. Also I was able to get my custom order done and shipped today. Still Not happy with the "well known highly reviewed online lumber supplier" I think I will be going back to my Mormon friends next door (1 state over) order by 4pm eastern time and it ships the same day (even a few times I have had shipping upgrades, same day shipping after deadline, shipping credits) low prices and great wood (but only turning blanks). Next time maybe I should say " no I can't get Western Maple Burl"!
  5. Fastcap http://www.fastcap.com/estore/pc/Dually-Grommet-p13445.htm The Dually Grommet snaps together to give holes a finished look in seconds! Length Range: 3/4" to 2-1/2". Outside Diameter: 2-1/2" Inside Diameter: 2-1/4" Flange Diameter: 3-1/4" In 4 colors! Also Spray adhesive may stop the snow.
  6. Thanks TIODS, Sorry I forgot to say I called on Tuesday late in the day, asking if my order has shipped, the reply was "No not shipping yet, it's in the back waiting to be filled, they may need to cut the wood first, I will check on it after I get off the phone"
  7. I placed a small order of Wood from a online Lumber store and paid for Priority Mail 2-Day shipping Monday at 9am. Today the order is still not shipped. I may loose my online sale/customer and have to refund my customer because of the slow shipping from this Company. I broke my #2 rule ordering from this company "don't order unless order processing time is listed on the site" I'm thinking of having my credit card charge refunded. Has this happened to you? What would you do?
  8. Tim, reeves pulley from Fastenal?
  9. That is the motor pulley, you can get a replacement from Grizzly. I broke the headstock/spindle pulley, the one from grizzly is about a 1/4" oversize (i think it was 1 1/2" and spindle is 1 1/4") Have fun and good luck
  10. I like Dave's post also, A bit larger source on wood hardness is the Wood Database. Like this info on Sugar Pine http://www.wood-database.com/lumber-identification/softwoods/sugar-pine/ My 2 cents, maybe helpful.
  11. This is a belt drive not a direct drive, right? A ticking sound from the Arbor is probably a bad bearing. To test remove the belt and throat plate insert, spin the motor by hand and the arbor, checking for this sound. If sound is still/only from the arbor, remove blade, turn arbor by hand and check for play, sound and that it turns smoothly. By now you should have found where the sound is coming from or have narrow it down to the arbor bearings.
  12. Wow! Cringe, I'm not sure if that is a strong enough word, I'm saying WTF after WTF (what the #%!$) for the whole video. One of the biggest things what gets me is the running start with the jig into the blade and then knocking the metal side of the jig into the blade when it's spinning down.
  13. The pretty much defunct ToolKing as some SawStop items marked down. http://www.toolking.com/sales-and-promotions/sawstop-closeout-10-off-while-supplies-last/?utm_source=HPSlider&utm_medium=ToolKingSite&utm_content=SS10OFF&utm_campaign=041114TD
  14. But remember it's not just the table saw (TS) using/pulling power (amps). Say your TS is plug into a outlet and that runs to a 20 amp breaker BUT that breaker also is servicing 1,2,3 other outlets in the shop, you have to add up the amps from anything that is plugged in to all the outlets on that breaker and that is running, lights, radio, shop vac, DC, etc and the saw. And say all that is plugged in adds up to 8 amps and the power tool the TS has a running amp pull of 10 amp and a peak amps of 13 amps, so with the saw running your at about 18 amps on a 20 amp breaker, but when the TS hits
  15. Also good for testing/setting Router bit profiles on the Router table, i do it about every time to check the height/profile on a scrap first.