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39 Re: Which jointer?

From: luoni@sluggo.mlb.semi.harris.com (Perry Luoni)
Date: 7 Sep 90 19:34:09 GMT

In article <879@h.cs.wvu.wvnet.edu> smp@cs.wvu.wvnet.edu (Shailesh
M. Potnis) writes:

>In article <4ca6919e.20b6d@apollo.HP.COM>, jbuffum@apollo.HP.COM
(Jeffrey Buffum) writes:

>
>> I am concerned about its longevity however and the difficulty in performing
>> accurate work with the very short bed provided with the Ryobi.
>>
>
>I have no personal experience of Riobi jointer. BUT the short bed problem may
>be solved by the extension tables accessory sold by Riobi. Again I have not
>used or seen these extension tables (the length becomes quite large with them
>the list price is aprox $50-00).
I recently bought the Ryobi jointer. It works great and is small and light
enough to put away after you use it. It has a chip collection hole to
attach to you shop vac or whatever. I would definitely consider getting
the extension tables. I made my own, but before I did the beds were too
short to joint boards longer than 2.5 feet. The extension tables have
rollers on them and bolt right on to the jointer. I bought the jointer
from Tarhill Filing in Raleigh NC. The cost including shipping was $314.
This is their regular price. I think the extension tables are about 38 bucks.
I don't have the number for Tarhill Filing but they advertise in Fine
Woodworking every issue. I used to live in Raleigh last year and can tell
you that these guys are reliable and have the best prices. I ordered it
with a visa card and it came in 3 days.

Now which bandsaw should i buy?




 

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