Craigslist find = New project 10ER

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joebob80
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Craigslist find = New project 10ER

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Just wanted to share my new project and thank everyone now for all the great information and answers to my future questions.
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Welcome to the Forum,

That is a nicely equipped later Model 10ER. Not a lot of them have the Model 4E Jointer like yours. As for the What is this? next to the Lathe Tool Rest assembly it looks like something homemade that someone either used for a special purpose with their Shopsmith or it simply got thrown in with it. You also have the Shaper Fence that is for the Mark 5 but not everyone knows that it was made to work on the Model 10's too. It actually came out before the Mark 5. Below is a PDF of the original Owners Manual for it. Note it is being used on a Model 10ER.
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Enjoy your project and keep us posted.
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I laughed out loud when I saw the price list at the end of that attachment. Only one part was more than a dollar.

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Hi Russ, thanks for the information. I'm amazed at how much information is available for something this old.

I started collecting manuals that I've come across reading online and realized the 10ER is like a swiss army knife of wood working machine =).

Step 1: Clean everything, my arms are already tired.
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Question 1 - Is there anything on the 10ER that require calibration that I should not undo or take apart?

I'm always in a hurry to get my projects cleaned for inspection, I end up undoing something that was calibrated at the factoring with specialized tools that I cant reset.
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This "As for the What is this? next to the Lathe Tool Rest assembly " is a stand alone device used to sharpen circular saw blades.The wire was use to set the distance to next tooth and then a file was used to file each tooth. The saw blade was mounted on the front and passed up through the roller. Height was adjusted by the screw shaft.
Used several time about 40 45 years ago. Probably use only dozen times. Wouldn't be very useful with the carbide blades.
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BobCoates1953 wrote:This "As for the What is this? next to the Lathe Tool Rest assembly " is a stand alone device used to sharpen circular saw blades.The wire was use to set the distance to next tooth and then a file was used to file each tooth. The saw blade was mounted on the front and passed up through the roller. Height was adjusted by the screw shaft.
Used several time about 40 45 years ago. Probably use only dozen times. Wouldn't be very useful with the carbide blades.
Are you posting to the correct forum? What does your post have to do with this thread?
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jsburger wrote:
BobCoates1953 wrote:This "As for the What is this? next to the Lathe Tool Rest assembly " is a stand alone device used to sharpen circular saw blades.The wire was use to set the distance to next tooth and then a file was used to file each tooth. The saw blade was mounted on the front and passed up through the roller. Height was adjusted by the screw shaft.
Used several time about 40 45 years ago. Probably use only dozen times. Wouldn't be very useful with the carbide blades.
Are you posting to the correct forum? What does your post have to do with this thread?
He is referring to the non-SS item in the last photo on this post.
https://www.shopsmith.com/ss_forum/view ... 63#p270963
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Hi Bob, thanks for the information. I would have never found what that was used for.
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Joebob80,
Copied the instructions on how to use the saw, but not sure they will show up.
Had to reduce to get attached.
Bob
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