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Selling this table due to selling home and moving to a much smaller shop.
This table is currently mounted on a General Table Saw but will mount to most 10-14" Table Saws. The 54" fence can be turned either parallel to the saw blade or perpendicular to it as shown in the pictures.
The bearings allow the table to slide smoothing on the rails for breaking down large panels on the saw.
Compare this to slides from Grizzly and Saw Stop that while having slight larger sliding tables (30" x 30 1/2" vs 24" x 30 1/2") are priced at over $1,600 delivered
Asking $650 or best offer for this slide.

Contact:
Mike Beaudin
m-l-b@comcast.net

 

 

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Selling this "wounded" Planer because it has developed a leak around an bearing oil seal. While I enjoy woodworking, I am not a mechanic so I am selling this either for parts or for someone who is a mechanic to get a great deal on a great planer.
This machine has been well cared for. The pictures attest to that. Included are the planer base, a Delta mobile base, and the infeed/outfeed tables.

Asking $325 or best offer.

Contact:
Mike Beaudin
m-l-b@comcast.net

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Saw is in excellent condition. It was used only once by me for less than 15 minutes before I decided I wasn't a scroll saw person! Package includes the Dewalt DW7880 Base to which I added wheels to enhance it's mobility. Also included is the Dewalt  DW7881 Work Light. I paid just under $600 for this package.

Asking $475.

Contact:
Mike Beaudin
m-l-b@comcast.net

 

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This Worthington compressor was used commercially in a manufacturing facility for 6 years. It is a 1978 two stage with a 200 gallon tank. The compressor is a two stage model ½ CM6 SN CM. The motor is a 1984 Baldor 1.5 hp - 208-230 v (the motor was bought new for $360)

Price for compreassor is $500

Contact:
Alan Kanegsberg
9 Old Coach Road
Bow, NH 03304
603-224-6377
Cell 603-496-5658
bowsailor@gmail.com

 

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This is a heavy duty DeWalt 10" Radial Arm Saw. It is from the 1960's and has had very light use. The motor is 1.5 hp 3600 rpm and operates on 115v or 230v. The stand is heavy steel. There are many blades (see picture), dado blades, sanding disk, and extra tools. There is also a floor stand roller for ripping long projects.

Priced at $350

Contact:
Alan Kanegsberg
9 Old Coach Road
Bow, NH 03304
603-224-6377
Cell 603-496-5658
bowsailor@gmail.com

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10’ X 16’ bench space available in 2900 sf shared shop located in historic mill building in Gonic NH.

Lots of natural light

11’ ceilings

River views

Close to highway — easy access to seacoast and mountains

Machines include:
10” Saw Stop table saw
10” Delta Unisaw
14” sliding table saw
3hp tilting arbor shaper
20” helical head planer
12” helical head jointer
24” SCMI band saw
14” Powermatic bandsaw
4’ X 8’ Shopbot CNC
Sanders, router tables, morticer, etc

Building amenities include:
Shared break room with kitchenette
Conference room
Showers

$550 per month — includes bench space, access to machines, and all utilities

For photos and more information contact:
Owain Harris
(603)781-1315
harriscabinets@gmail.com

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Discounted Taunton Magazine Subscriptions
DEADLINE February 16, 2019, at the Guild General Meeting

We’re now taking orders for Taunton magazines at special group rates. These rates represent a 20% discount off the regular subscription prices and are applicable to both new and renewal subscriptions on any magazine that Taunton publishes. Since we do this only once a year, in February, you may wish to renew now, even if your subscription expires midyear – Taunton will simple add to your current term.

Following are the group rates offered to the Guild:

If you wish to take advantage of this opportunity, send me: 1. your name and address, 2. the magazine/s title/s and term/s you want, 3. note if the title is a new or renewal subscription, and 4. include a check made out to the Guild of NH Woodworkers for the appropriate amount.  Send your order to me at the following address so it arrives by Saturday, February 16:

Tony Immorlica
GNHW Books and Subscriptions Chair
6 Purgatory Road
Mont Vernon, NH 03057

 

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Large stash of teak billets and scrap we would like to sell through the guild. The garbage can, wood crate and 2 plastic tots filled. $400 for the lot

Contact:
Greg Brown Cabinetmaker and Carver
45 Londonderry Turnpike, Suite 6
Hooksett, NH 03106
www.gbwoodworks.com
860-803-0161
greg@gbwoodworks.com

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In the interest of starting the new Year off right I have pulled the files used in the creation of our knife box project into a single mailing. I had to reduce their sizes with Acrobat Pro for them to mailable. Also some members don’t have high speed internet so the smaller size works for them. Some of the documents were poor to start with and did not degrade when I downsized them.

The project knife box exterior is complete and I like it. This will definitely be a part of the March exhibit at Woodcraft Newington. Our next meeting is Feb 23rd and an excellent opportunity for everyone to bring in a piece for the exhibit to showcase what the Guild members can accomplish.

As an FYI we now have our own projector for presentations and guest presenters. I did spend an extra 10% over what we had talked about in the interest of getting a device with LED projection and good platform compatibility. I learned that the lamps in the non LED projectors cost nearly as much as a projector and the lifetime of the lamps were not very long. Our projector LED light source has a 50000 hour life and 4200 lumens. This should allow us to view our programs without putting everyone to sleep in the dark. We will still need a laptop to play a DVD or the DVD data stored on a USB memory stick or drive.

I am still working on the next meeting agenda but be prepared for discussion on future projects and learning.

Some PFG members were interested in building a jewelry box using some of the knife box features. I am working on a jewelry chest that does that. Make yourself known to me and I will get you in the loop. There will not be a detailed computer drawing of this chest because I don’t enjoy spending my time that way. I am a napkin engineer/woodworker. I feel my time is better spent in the shop.

Check out the attachments below...Bill Taylor

Period Furniture Group

Powermatic 3 HP 2 bag dust collector. 220 v single phase. Excellent condition. Has 3 port intake adaptor. Downsizing shop and need to move some things.

Contact:
Janet A. Collins
Green Mountain Woodturning
P.O. Box 353
Ryegate, VT 05042
curlyacer@gmail.com

 

 

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