Post by wrightwoodwork on Nov 23, 2013 14:00:42 GMT -5
Here's a bit more work done on the door I have done another vid of the boards being cut to size and fitted all fitted first time as you will see when get downloaded . I have ordered the 1m extension and drop stop which will be hand for repative cuts like this and other things like dwangs and heads of facings etc
Post by wrightwoodwork on Nov 23, 2013 15:44:08 GMT -5
You'll be amazed when you see the vid I have done all the boards on the main part where cut without a single pencil mark or measurement. I just used the scale on the fence. That's how accurate the saw is. Granted it's expensive and isn't really for hobbist users but I use it all the time and wish I had bought sooner. Last week I was having to fit grounds to the wall after 1m had bei g removed for damp proofing so just followed the shape of the old plaster still left on. On some places the grounds needed scribed back. The wood was soaking and it cut it just fine I have used other table saws in the past on Sites and when they look at a piece of wet timber just die especially when ripping granted it's not a full workshop sliding panel saw or has the power but it comes a close second and for the tasks it can carry out is just as accurate and is mobile and can be taken with you with out losing the accuracy
Post by wrightwoodwork on Nov 24, 2013 19:32:18 GMT -5
Here's the vid of cutting the boards to size and test fitting them now for the boring stuff of giving the door a sand then 2 coats of base coat, all the lining boards will also have 2 coats of base coat and will get another 2 coats of a stain
Post by wrightwoodwork on Dec 9, 2013 12:23:53 GMT -5
That's true a nail gun would be faster. I'm needing to get a new one at work I use the bosses properly one of the first investments into next year I'm a firm believer that all joiners should learn to use a hammer. I remember being an apprentice and the first time verandering a ceiling trying to hit the nails up and my arms would be ready to fall off after 1 nail the boss used to call me lighting and wasn't cause of speed. Obviously now we all use nail guns but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to use a hammer in fact if you can't call yourself a joiner ,same as any joiner should be able to pick up hand saw and cut reasonably square without marking a line
Agree. I've been using a Senco fusion 18g nailer for a year now (cordless) and quite like it though it has received mixed reviews from others. For me its perfect for what I do mostly. A reliable 18g nailer with now gas canisters and it's pretty quiet. On set repairs need to be done as fast as is possible and with as little interference to the rest of the on set crews. But in side projects I used it for 8hrs straight on a single charge without a single jam. It's obviously heavier than a standard 18g but without an air hose or compressor blasting your ear holes the advantage goes to the cordless. The tool only comes with one battery but for out and out all week trim or the like a second battery would keep you rocking with little hassle.
Post by wrightwoodwork on Dec 9, 2013 13:39:09 GMT -5
I've thought about the senco's but wasn't sure with the mixed reviews. Even the new paslode come with just 1 battery I'm guessing with the senco doesn't suffer the problems of the gas being cold as no gas
abdon: I stand corrected , the angle fence is only attaches with F -Tracks , what confused me was , that the Timberwolf site mentioned it will work with the NFU machine, yes it will work but only I guess when you use the Ftrack , with other tracks Like the KSS L.
Nov 28, 2020 22:52:01 GMT -5
glynnco: Did you order from GereedschapPro? I see them as in stock but I'm located in the US and am not sure if they ship here. I sent them an email asking about shipping but it was returned undeliverable...
Dec 10, 2020 7:37:40 GMT -5
jonathan: I've purchased a lot of stuff from our neighbours @ GereedschapPro.nl As far as I know they are one of the larger Mafell dealers in the EU. I can recommend them, they usually respond quickly.
Dec 11, 2020 13:58:36 GMT -5
NFU 50 Transportation?: Hi Guys, is there some Systainer for the NFU 50?
Dec 11, 2020 14:30:12 GMT -5
frezik24: Hello everyone
Dec 13, 2020 9:20:00 GMT -5
lasse: Thanks for the tip! I have own a mafell rail which is 160 cm and one that is 80 cm. Will it work just as well or will I need to buy rail that is 110 cm?
Mar 18, 2021 15:35:15 GMT -5