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Looking for Jeff's (Hobbymill) Saw operation guide

Hobbymill Table Saw Operation guide

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Marcus Botanicus

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I received the table saw from Micro Mark for Christmas and I am very pleased with it.
I am looking for the download of Jeff's (Hobbymill) saw operation pdf guide.
Does anyone have it or give me a link to it?
I've done some different Google searches but nothing comes up.

Mark Taylor suggested that I should look at the blades from Thurston (which I will do).

Thank you.

Marcus
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His site is no longer active and we never created a downloadable document. I do have all of the info however and its one of those things still on the "to-do" list.

 

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The site and saw operation pages are still available in the internet archive: http://web.archive.o...w-operation.php

 

I'm thinking I may grab a copy ready for when I retire and get a Byrnes saw.

 

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I have grabbed a copy and converted it to Word/PDF. I've PM'd Jeff to see if he'd like to post it here.

 

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Marcus Botanicus

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This document needs to be pinned somewhere on this site as it is very useful.
Marcus
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Commission for my sister: Cape Cod Catboat

On hold: Fairing the frames Statenjacht 'Utrecht'
Research, CAD drawings of the The Ships of Abel Tasman; the yacht 'Heemskerck'
Future: 17th Century Dutch Merchant Ships; Boyer, Galliot, Kaag, & Pink (1:48)

Unofficial motto of the VOC: "God is good, but trade is better"

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I've attached the PDF (hopefully Jeff doesn't mind). 

 

Attached File  Byrnes Saw Operation Tips.pdf   594.52KB   46 downloads

 

Richard.

 

 


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