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DELTA Getting Most Out of Your Table Saw & Jointer Manual

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Number of Pages: 48, printed 5.5″ x 8.5″
 

This is a reproduction, not a photocopy, of an original Delta Getting the Most Out of Your Circular Saw and Jointer book. This is a complete handbook describing circular saw and jointer operations in the home workshop with over two hundred photographic illustrations and line drawings. Please see index below.

 

One reason that I’ve reprinted some of these older books is because they have a lot of information with illustrations that get directly to the point.

 

This book is part of a series that we have on our site:
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SHAPER
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR DRILL PRESS
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR LATHE
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CIRCULAR SAW AND JOINTER
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ABRASIVE TOOLS
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR BAND SAW AND SCROLL SAW

 
 

Index

THE CIRCULAR SAW

CHAPTER ONE—THE CIRCULAR SAW AND ITS ADJUSTMENTS
Construction—Table Extensions—Power and Speed—Guard and Splitter—Saw
Adjustments………………………………………………………………..4-6

CHAPTER TWO—SAW BLADES AND CUTTERS
Saw Blade—Paper Patterns—Crosscut Saw—Planer Saw—Rip Saw—Combination Saw—Filing Vise—
The Dado Head—Wobble Saw—Abrasive Wheels-The Moulding Head……………………..7-10

CHAPTER THREE—CIRCULAR SAW OPERATIONS
Ripping—Saw Projection—Use of Moulding Fence—Crosscutting—Miters—Cutting to Length—
Resawing—Rabbeting—Tilt Table Operations—Taper Ripping—Dovetail Tapers—Spline Grooves—
Cutting Curves—Production Work—Pattern Sawing-Cove Cutting—Long Work—Gang Saws—
Simple Tenoning Jig……………………………………………………….11-20

CHAPTER FOUR—THE MOULDING HEAD
Auxiliary Fence—Moulding Straight Edges—Moulding End Grain—Application
of Cutters—Strip Mouldings—Cutting Dowels—Glue Joints—Table Inserts—
Circular Work — Outside Curves — Inside Curves — Tenons—Panel Raising —
Spiral Turnings—Ornamental Mouldings—Jointing and Planing—Cutting Coves…………21-27

CHAPTER FIVE—USING THE DADO HEAD
Application—Blind Dadoing—Tenons—Wide Grooves…………………………………..28

CHAPTER SIX—USE OF ABRASIVE WHEELS
Cutting Thin-Wall Tubing—Cutting Solid Stock—True Wheels Essential—Sur-
facing……………………………………………………………………..29

CHAPTER SEVEN—COMMON WOOD JOINTS
Use of Tenoning Jig—Box Joints—Lock Miter Joint—Rabbeted Joint—Rabbet
and Groove Joint—Other Joints………………………………………………30-35

THE JOINTER

CHAPTER EIGHT—THE JOINTER AND ITS ADJUSTMENTS
Mechanical Features—Setting Up—Power and Speed—Rear Table Adjustment—
Other Adjustments—Grinding Jointer Knives—Honing Knives—Jointing Knives—
Setting Jointer Knives…………………………………………………….36-39

CHAPTER NINE—JOINTER OPERATIONS
Jointing an Edge—Placement of Hands During Feed—Points to Observe—Side
Pressure—Jointing an End—Surfacing—Rabbeting—Beveling—Taper Jointing
—Tapering-in-the-Round—Stop Chamfering—Round Tenons…………………………..40-44

APPENDIX
Decimal Equivalents—Table of Compound Miters—Taper Ripping—G-Knife
Drawer Joint—Segments …………………………………………………….45-48

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I have collected this information for many years and have found the information they contain to be priceless in using and setting up the machines properly. I believe this manual will be a valuable resource of knowledge that will provide a lot of helpful information that is often hard to find. My manuals are not photocopies. I maintain a high standard of quality in my reproductions. Most of the manuals I reproduce look better than their originals. I have professionally digitally edited every page, and removed stains, wrinkles and handwriting. All of the manuals are printed on thick white paper to withstand shop wear and tear.

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