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jimbyr

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About jimbyr

  • Birthday 11/09/1958

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    http://www.byrnesmodelmachines.com

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    Florida
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    Model ships, restoring old machine tools, old cars

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  1. Joe You would have to send the table top assembly back. Not the whole saw. Jim
  2. David Yes It can. Probably would have to send the saw back here though. Jim
  3. Bob The extended table was supposed to be a one off until we got a bunch of people asking for them after the fellow I made it for posted it on the web. Now we run them every time we run standard table tops, usually about a dozen or so. They are not listed on the website but we have a few right now Jim
  4. Julie Hard maple, no problem cocobolo, ebony use a carbide blade. These woods are hard on any blade and are abrasive. Joe, The Thurston blades are hollow ground and the teeth have no set to them. They are actually for cutting screw heads and such. Not really for wood but they give a nice burnished finish and yes they will dull 10 times faster than a carbide blade. Jim
  5. Do you have an indicator or good machinist square to check the fence Jim
  6. Chris Dull blade, which blade are you using? Jim
  7. Steve also did a video on the Thickness sander for his guitar applications Jim
  8. The noise was the belt hitting the guard. In transit the guard must have moved a bit, he had to slide the guard back a little. Jim Model Machines
  9. Hey guys Anyone looking for a deal, Saw, Thickness sander and Disc sander on ebay for $675.00 for all three, Don't know who it is or condition. Pictures are stock from the website https://www.ebay.com/itm/Jim-Byrnes-4in-Table-Saw-Thickness-Sander-Disk-Sander-Bundle-of-all-3-Tools/173324733334?hash=item285af58b96:g:0eIAAOSw1iNa~xgB regards Jim Byrnes Model Machines
  10. Dave Use the 3" 90 tooth .03 kerf slitting blade. As close to a mirror finish as you could get on wood regards Jim

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