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Harry
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Last Activity: 10-17-2017, 05:44 PM
Joined: 10-06-2009
Location: Kingston- Upon- Hull England
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  • Harry
    replied to Hegner blade clamps
    Thanks scrappile I recognise this clamp now I do have one on each saw maybe it comesunder a different name in the U.K
    I will certainly try the "Anti -seize.

    Harry.

    Incidently If you are around on the forum Rolf, a while ago you mentioned you used some Holly from...
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  • Harry
    replied to Hegner blade clamps
    Thank you every one for your advice.

    Dont get me wrong I have been using Hegner saws for 20 years and love them I ha ve two one single speed and one variable
    Maybe it is user error on my part. Looking on Hegners site they say No 7 clamp covers all blade sizes, I have used this size...
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  • Harry
    replied to Hegner blade clamps
    According to Hegner a number 7 blade clamp is a universal.one and will take any size blade except anumber12 they have another Clamp to accommodate this. I have only experienced troublein the last few years
    I have 2 heaters one 20years old and another I bought 10 years ago maybe standards are dropping...
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  • Harry
    started a topic Hegner blade clamps

    Hegner blade clamps

    Has anyone had trouble with Hegner blade clamps before.

    Over the years I have had to throw away blade clamps because when tightening the threads, they have been stripped on the tightening screw. I am aware of the dangers of over tightening, but sometimes the blades tend to jump out of the...
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  • I applied several coats of celulose high gloss finnish to this box rubbing down in between coats with wet or dry 400 grit.

    Harry.
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  • Thanks for viewing Danny.
    I was surprised the inlay turned out so well. I used a no 1 blade and tilted the drill press same angle as my scrollsaw table thought the entry holes would show ,maybe more good
    Luck than good management

    Harry.
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  • Still using up the firewood

    I came up with this little box from the tulipwood I had left, rescued from a joiners skip, also some bits of Walnut I used for the inlay.
    I've not done much inlay work and after several attempts I got the table setting okay, that is on the test piece I did, but on the actual cutting I found the...
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