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On this week's edition of Shop Talk Live, we delve into the murky underworld of vintage tablesaw rehab and have a little fun at the expense of contributing editor Christian Becksvoort.
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On this week’s edition of Shop Talk Live, we tackle a listener’s questions regarding the potential pitfalls of a used tablesaw purchase. Then Matt Kenney’s 40 year-old Delta Unisaw takes centerstage as Matt fills us in on his recent experience rehabbing this workshop classic. Plus, we’ll have a bit of fun at contributing editor Christian Becksvoort’s expense, with an outtake that didn’t make the final cut of his recent appearance on NBC’s Parks and Recreation.
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I had the exact same problem with one of my LN chisels; the handle just would not stay in the socket. Looking closely, you'll see there is a shoulder at the base of the tapered tenon. On the problem chisel I noticed the blade was fully against the shoulder. Turns out the tenon was simply not cut long enough and the blade hit the shoulder before it had a chance to tighten up.
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