BillyJack

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  1. Good luck.... it happens even on new Amana sets. One set had a larger chipper... Sometimes quality slips....
  2. We use a shaper at work for the angle but use a ROS for rounding it out. No need for two router cuts... I think it was 45 derees at the shop on a 2" thick top..
  3. Difaulkner...Talking about guitars. Here's Denise online ... Youtube.com/ddaileykc
  4. If you get a chance give me a call.....816-263-0427
  5. They were to busy to reset the password so I just moved on...
  6. I may be looking to do something different....
  7. That's what I'm looking for is a price. I just want to see how muchh it would cost to CNC and ship....
  8. I mat try and put the sander, 2 Dewalt 625 routers, and the kreg automaxx clamps in a bunch and see if I can get any bites...
  9. Looking to buy a little boat and trailer to fix up over winter. Everyone I find a good price on a combo it's too far....
  10. Trying to decide to get rid of it or keep it. Unclear of what it would bring.... Thoughts?
  11. I just make several pieces of material thin enough to bend to the form what you need and of the correct material..
  12. Except we don't run door parts in that order with weaver shapers...cabinet shops run doors through an overhead sander a whole set at a time..the doors are taken to edge sander and then to be profiled on the edge. After that there given a quick once over with an ROS and then hinged and installed. Some shops will drill for handles before installed and some do it after there applied to the cabinets..
  13. You know I worked in residential and commercial shops for 30 years right. From 1983-2013. Why most shops use Weaver brand shapers. When I worked for a Regency Cabinets in Bates City , Mo. They ran 2 sets a day and 10 sets a week. If it was a 4 plex they would do 4 sets a day..they had 9 weaver shapers plus a MDF door machine...
  14. In cabinet shops we cut all parts to length. The ends of all rails are milled and then all lengths are ran... I did notice your bragging about having shapers on Lumberjocks..Happy for ya...
  15. I cant ... even when I started my shop and ran it for two years successfully. The economical crash killed me. If I had stayed in business I was close to hiring help and moving up to weaver shapers. Got caught before the initial investment...
  16. Yall have to ignore me sometimes When I'm feeling bad I get cranky. This reflects in posts...My apologies if offend anybody...
  17. Because as soon as professionals start talking production , hobby wood workers start talking about its just a hobby and there's no hurry. Efficiency is #1 but it comes with a price many woodworkers aren't prepared for..
  18. There really not much gain to a hobby woodworker to spare expense on shapers unless the full intent is to be productive or to make money... Many on here are trying to get from A-Z on a few dollars. I can tell from the pictures you are putting a lot of money in cutters for shapers which would be a waste to 99.9% here. Many buy shapers when they come up cheap, but nobody is going to put a small fortune in cutters for a a few pieces of furniture for themselves....
  19. Darn I forgot the picture...13"
  20. I've seen these on the internet and looking for an alternate source to get these. Can I get prices for these? Similair?