My wheel loader of T and J is almost ready. ..And now I have to start making the wheels. I don,t like the type T and J has drawn..This is the drawn of T and J:.It looks like:.And this is the type I like:.So I made a ACAD drawing of this wheel type...
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I am born in 1956 and living in the north of Holland. Woodworking is since a long time my hobby. At this moment there is a little more time for actually make some stuff. My shop is very small and al the machines are on wheels. My table saw is from Festool but the other equipment is usually from the far east. I loved the articles on LJ and that was the reason to become a LJ Member.
Update mai 2013: I sold my Festool and "far east planer" and bougt a Sicar Brava "european" combi five in one.
PS When you like to see more about wooden shoes look at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwnhAKui5y0
-- My englisch is bad but how is your dutch?
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He is finished. And below there are a lot of pictures with little text! Top vieuw: With moulder unit on it: Changeover to saw machine is very easy. Her is a picture of the saw dust unit in resting position: Flip it over: And put ex...
Hello, The riving knife was gone. So i had to make a new one. But also the mounting plate was gone. I first started making a mounting plate. I made the plate adjustable so it is possible to make the riving knife in line with the sawblade. You c...
A liitle more about my Sicar. Last Friday it was the first time I used a welding machine. There was a part changed by the last owner. This part was of a very poor quality. See the picture below: I tried to order a new part by Sicar, but t...
I have dismantled the hole machine and started rebuilding. First I painted the frame in a white color with blue doors My son started changing the electric system. When i bought the machine it was a 380 Volt, 3 phase machine. al the three m...