Thread: 8" Sherwood jointer
23rd Aug 2005, 09:23 PM #1
8" Sherwood jointer
My first post here . I've just set up my new jointer . Took a whole day , the young guy at the shop reckons 1 hr , even if i did 10 of them still would take 2-3 hrs to set up . First time i've ever had a jointer , so i have a stupid question . Why does the out feed side have adjustment ? My thick brain tells me that i should set it at the same as the blade height. Also can someone tell me where i can get good tips on jointing techniques from the net or a course i can do in WA?
23rd Aug 2005 09:23 PM # ADSGoogle Adsense Advertisement
- Join Date
- Advertising world
23rd Aug 2005, 09:48 PM #2
I am watching this thread as it is a useful question. I don't know if there is anything if you do a search but there is a good chance. I do know in the ML-392 thread there is a link to a page about setting up jointers and thicknessers which deals with setting the blades correctly and the troubles that you can have with them.
PS welcome to the madhouse, hope you enjoy it as much as the rest of the looniesAussie Hardwood Number One
23rd Aug 2005, 09:53 PM #3
also do a search using the words "jointer snipe" and you'll find heaps of info.Cheers
"I see dumb peope!"
23rd Aug 2005, 11:31 PM #4
Thanks Caliban . after reading the whole way through that thread i think i'll put my machine on Ebay!!!!!! only kidding ... looks like magnets are the go ...
24th Aug 2005, 12:02 AM #5
is that this http://www.woodworkforums.ubeaut.com...6&page=5&pp=15 thread
I think it is just that I don't do html
Anyhow got some information I can use myself Looks like you have it allready Sean
StudleyAussie Hardwood Number One
6th Sep 2005, 11:09 PM #6SENIOR MEMBER
- Join Date
- Jun 2004
- Kyabram. Vic
I have just taken delivery of a surface grinder to sharpen my jointer blades. Does a great job. I also bought one of the twin bar blade adjusters with the 6 magnets; as the OEM adjuster had one of the legs just fall off.
Getting to the point of this thread. oem adjuster set blades OK; but the new bar unit set the blades slightly higher giving the dreaded snipe. Adjusted the outfeed table up slightly and problem solved.
Jointer has never cut so well from new.
7th Sep 2005, 01:34 AM #7
I tried my first piece of jarrah the other day . It was rough sawn and as straight as a banana. Came out perfect. I set the out the same height as the blades and the infeed to 1/16 .
By rod1949 in forum HAND TOOLS - POWEREDReplies: 5Last Post: 20th Jun 2005, 06:44 PM
By Caliban in forum HAND TOOLS - POWEREDReplies: 36Last Post: 15th Jun 2005, 10:40 PM
By peter in forum HAND TOOLS - POWEREDReplies: 2Last Post: 31st Mar 2005, 05:16 PM
By Ian007 in forum Links to: TOOLS & MACHINERYReplies: 4Last Post: 2nd Mar 2005, 01:17 PM