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  • Originally posted by mattthemuppet View Post
    that is really sweet! CCMT insert? Must be alot more rigid than a bar sticking out.
    That's right.

    Honestly I wish I had thought of just using a magnet for the SG indicator. That would have been simpler and easier.

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    • minha serra 1
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      • Originally posted by zago View Post
        minha serra 1
        Please don't tell me someone has WELDED the clapperbox to that?

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        • Originally posted by mattthegamer463 View Post
          2" boring head attachment for those tough bores...… (pictures)
          I haven't kept up here due to all the recent changes. That's one very sweet piece of kit to go with the boring head.

          You just KNOW that we're going to slavishly copy your design, right?

          WBC, same at you and your design. Particularly the one with the short but sturdy integral bar. That's super nice.

          Chilliwack BC, Canada

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          • Zago, welcome to the forum. I'm sorry but the online translators don't seem to know what to do with your words "
            minha serra 1
            ".

            And as a shaper owner that is really enjoying using this old world machine I too hope that the saw bow is not welded to the finely fitted clapper box. That would be a real shame. I've only used my own shaper a little so far. But I'm rapidly coming to enjoy it and want to use it a lot more.

            On the other hand if there's a lot of things wrong with that shaper you have that makes it mostly scrap metal then at least it is doing a task.
            Chilliwack BC, Canada

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            • Originally posted by BCRider View Post
              Zago, welcome to the forum. I'm sorry but the online translators don't seem to know what to do with your words "
              minha serra 1
              ".

              And as a shaper owner that is really enjoying using this old world machine I too hope that the saw bow is not welded to the finely fitted clapper box. That would be a real shame. I've only used my own shaper a little so far. But I'm rapidly coming to enjoy it and want to use it a lot more.

              On the other hand if there's a lot of things wrong with that shaper you have that makes it mostly scrap metal then at least it is doing a task.
              Looking closely I see a simple metal part in place of the tool holder, but if you have the chance to work with a shaper without problems with precision, it's just bad to use it as a saw, it's not made to support high loads as you can have on a saw, and you make unnecessary wear on mobile parts, a good shaper is a precision tool which can made some very specific work.
              Look at this video the precision you can have on a shaper.
              http://www.lecollectionneur.ch/rapide-lime/
              http://www.lecollectionneur.ch/_Media/precision-el.m4v

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              • Originally posted by Okapi View Post

                Looking closely I see a simple metal part in place of the tool holder, but if you have the chance to work with a shaper without problems with precision, it's just bad to use it as a saw, it's not made to support high loads as you can have on a saw, and you make unnecessary wear on mobile parts, a good shaper is a precision tool which can made some very specific work.
                Say again?
                Forces during sawing are probably piece of cake compared to what would be heavy cut on shaper.

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                • Looking again thanks to Okapi I now see a bolt that likely goes into a stepped plug where the lantern would normally be. So no welding and it's all good. And now I'd cheerfully say Nice Job Zago. But you had me going for a minute when I only saw the weld bead. I think Matti was the same?

                  I'm also with MattiJ on this not being a bad load for the shaper. I suppose if the whole weight of the saw was constantly riding against the pin? Maybe? But in use as a saw I can't see any issue. In fact I could see using this method for slotting items as well as basic cutting off stock. In fact I'm going to add a frame that would be used for slotting to my "To Do" list. I don't need the basic stock cutting as I've got a 4x6 bandsaw. But cleanly slotting parts would be a nice feature.
                  Chilliwack BC, Canada

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                  • Originally posted by MattiJ View Post

                    Say again?
                    Forces during sawing are probably piece of cake compared to what would be heavy cut on shaper.
                    This is a totally different effect on mobile parts, cutting with a shaper tool is a continuous and regular movement, sawing is a lot of small shocks at each teeth, I'm not sure it's a good thing for the ram and the mobile parts of the shaper??

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                    • It looks as if Zago is writing in Portuguese. Bem vindo ao fórum Zago. A very interesting adaptation. Uma adaptação interessante.
                      Vitَria, Brazil

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                      • Originally posted by Okapi View Post

                        This is a totally different effect on mobile parts, cutting with a shaper tool is a continuous and regular movement, sawing is a lot of small shocks at each teeth, I'm not sure it's a good thing for the ram and the mobile parts of the shaper??
                        Can you feel the shocks of each tooth when using a hacksaw?
                        Kansas City area

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                        • (fiz uma peça nova onde foi soldado
                          o arco de serra podendo assim voltar a usar a plaina normalmente quando quiser)

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                            • Originally posted by Okapi View Post

                              Looking closely I see a simple metal part in place of the tool holder, but if you have the chance to work with a shaper without problems with precision, it's just bad to use it as a saw, it's not made to support high loads as you can have on a saw, and you make unnecessary wear on mobile parts, a good shaper is a precision tool which can made some very specific work.
                              Look at this video the precision you can have on a shaper.
                              http://www.lecollectionneur.ch/rapide-lime/
                              http://www.lecollectionneur.ch/_Media/precision-el.m4v
                              I've never really heard of a worn out shaper. The last thing that I would worry about is wearing the shaper out.
                              OPEN EYES, OPEN EARS, OPEN MIND

                              THINK HARDER

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                              MY NAME IS BRIAN AND I AM A TOOLOHOLIC

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                              • Originally posted by zago View Post
                                (fiz uma peça nova onde foi soldado
                                o arco de serra podendo assim voltar a usar a plaina normalmente quando quiser)
                                He is saying that he made a new piece to which the saw is welded and so he can take it off and use the shaper again when he wishes.
                                Vitَria, Brazil

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