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I would enter the cut on the section with the most “meat” so the blade has support through the cut if that makes sense?

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2013-02-12T18:05:13-07:00 https://www.bridgecitytools.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?t=388&p=1368#p1368 <![CDATA[Jointmaker Pro Joinery Tips and Cutting Techniques • Cutting Non-Ferrous Metal; Re-cycle a Trashed Blade!]]>
Due to my inattention, I forgot that I didn't need to tilt the blade because I was using the Bias-arm, so I ended up cutting slightly- very slightly into my precision fence before I realized where the weird sound was coming from. It cut the aluminum and also trashed my blade. Since the blade was now worthless for normal use, I figured I would see if it could cut some 1/8" brass bar stock, and it did, so I tried a few other pieces of brass, copper and aluminum, all with the same blade. It got pretty toothless after a while, but it still cut. To set up for cut, use a very minimal pitch, raise the blade height just a few degrees each pass and if the blade starts getting toothless, just take passes along the section of blade between the gaps.JMP Metal 003.JPG

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2012-01-02T09:42:50-07:00 https://www.bridgecitytools.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?t=317&p=1166#p1166 <![CDATA[Jointmaker Pro Joinery Tips and Cutting Techniques • Cleaning the blade]]>
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2011-06-27T15:39:36-07:00 https://www.bridgecitytools.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=1053#p1053 <![CDATA[Jointmaker Pro Joinery Tips and Cutting Techniques • Re: Dovetails]]> Statistics: Posted by Michael — Mon Jun 27, 2011 3:39 pm


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2011-04-12T16:56:12-07:00 https://www.bridgecitytools.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?t=59&p=1018#p1018 <![CDATA[Jointmaker Pro Joinery Tips and Cutting Techniques • Re: Making your own veneer]]>
I enjoyed several of your videos....extremely nice job! And such a range of topics, tis amazin!!

Question- What thickness do you cut your veneer on the jointmaker for your marquetry work?

thanks
David W.

BTW - I pre-ordered a jointmaker pro yesterday, so I will be joining this august group later (sometime AFTER august!!).

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2011-04-01T10:27:58-07:00 https://www.bridgecitytools.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?t=59&p=1009#p1009 <![CDATA[Jointmaker Pro Joinery Tips and Cutting Techniques • Still more on ripping]]>
So, back to work I go!

Blair

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2010-11-03T10:14:12-07:00 https://www.bridgecitytools.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?t=59&p=895#p895 <![CDATA[Jointmaker Pro Joinery Tips and Cutting Techniques • More on ripping]]>
I put up a short video explaining this on youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUARY85r6_E

Blair

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2010-09-27T08:54:28-07:00 https://www.bridgecitytools.com/discussion/viewtopic.php?t=62&p=883#p883 <![CDATA[Jointmaker Pro Joinery Tips and Cutting Techniques • ]]>
Oh! That place I used to go to and build things...that's right!

With my 4 month old kid it has been a whirlwind of a summer and I have not been out there for a moment this summer.

First thing you should do and go get locking mobile bases on everything in your shop, except possibly your workbench. Roll everything else around that but having a solid non wobbling work surface is critical to me.

Next, try to make use of the wall space that is over 6' (or higher depending how tall you are..) off the floor. Build some cabinets for storage. If you have a welder, weld some brackets to store lumber on. To me, wood storage is the trickiest part of the work shop. Between sheet goods, hard woods, and metal stock, you end up with a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

I made a outside storage nook for my sheet goods and metal stock that is weather protected by the overhanging roof. I love it. I am able to store 16ft long pieces of steel and 8' sheets of ply and it is easily accessible.

I'll try and get some shots soon!

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