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#1 posted 11-20-2012 04:07 PM

Welcome To LumberJocks.
Good Luck…

-- Rick

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#2 posted 11-20-2012 04:14 PM

Thanks Rick!

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#3 posted 11-20-2012 04:17 PM

Welcome to Ljs a world wide community were there are great people,super projects and great woodworkers.Enjoy!

-- https://www.artisticwoodstudio.com/videos wood crafting & woodworking classes

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#4 posted 11-20-2012 04:44 PM

Thanks James! I’m completely new to woodworking so I’m looking forward to learning a lot from this community.

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#5 posted 11-20-2012 11:05 PM

Glad to see that you have made LumberJocks a part of your Woodworking experience… Welcome

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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#6 posted 11-21-2012 12:08 AM

Thanks Max!
My first minor project was a Thien Cyclone Separator
Next up, is gonna be a simple table/bookcase type of thing for my record player.
And after that I’m gonna make an Ultimate Tool Stand! (with some modifications)

Very excited!

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#7 posted 11-21-2012 03:48 AM

Welcome to the site. Glad you found us You’re gonna like it here

-- Gary, DeKalb Texas only 4 miles from the mill

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#8 posted 11-21-2012 06:29 AM

Thanks, Gary!

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#9 posted 10-09-2018 08:34 PM

Dambo29,
It’s taken me an hour to get this far to respond to your question regarding my TS build because I haven’t navigated this site in quite some time. Knitnwood is my wife’s page and mine is Jetlag. Look up Jetlag TS build or Bench build and you’ll see the TS again located there. Both the TS and WW Bench have a version of a pivoting trestle foot to mitigate the issues with my uneven floor. If you look at TS pictures carefully you’ll see the aluminum base that supports the whole work station stops short of the laminated wood trestle foot at the end where the router is.
The wooden foot is connected to the aluminum support base by an axel that pivots. The whole work station essentially acts like a tripod where at the saw end the front and back casters are bolted to the aluminum base and at the router end the front and back casters are bolted to the laminated wooden trestle foot that pivots at the center of it by a large axel. You can see the axel bolt in the center of the foot in one of the pictures.
The axel is actually supporting the weight of the station at that end, resulting in the tripod effect. I will say that the axel is quite large and robust utilizing 1/2” thick mortised aluminum plates with automotive wheel bearings machined into the center of the plates to distribute the weight of the station across most of the laminated foot. 4 years later and no cracking or splitting has occurred to the wood foot yet…”Yet”. If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate.
Thank you for your interest. J.

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