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Originally Posted by Kmd
I have been using a drill press with a fence set in the position I need for the center of the cup. As in the video above I mark the door and line that mark up with a mark on the fence where the center of the bit is and drill to the stop on the drill press. the biggest challenge I have is keeping the wood still as the bit grabs ( should clamp it but that takes time). I did 500 plus hinges like this last year. Got a good used blum press and solved most of my problems with the auto clamps on
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I acquired an antique bandsaw and am attempting to get it in useable shape. The wheels are 18 13/16" diameter with 1 1/4" wide face, and need new tires. Does anyone know of a supplier who could provide them? I have a set of new tires that came with it but they are too large. Does anyone have any experience with cutting them and glueing them in place with a lap joint? I've got nothing to lose but a bit of time, but I'd like to hear from someone who has tried it already. Thanks.
I had mentioned in my previous blog entry showing how I secure my 1080 MFT to my assembly table that I wanted to build something that would hold my vertical stock to my 1080 MFT. This is what I came up with.
Updated 05-27-2013 at 01:08 AM by Lost in the Woods