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Replacement fence part of mdf laminate fence broke in half! replacements available??

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The laminating paper started coming out rippled half way through a roll. Do you have any suggestions?


Usually caused by uneven pressure / heat. If this has a lot of use look near ends see if you have small ridge that goes around roll. Would be where edge of paper would be. If you do your pressure roll is worn and no longer provides constant pressure feed.
replace rollers.

Sep 23, 2016 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Roll Laminator

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When cutting 7.5" laminate wood floor with 12" miter saw. When we cut, the very end of wood(1.25"at the same place on every piece). Does this mean blade is dull?


Hi Shaun:
Just a couple of things to try:
- Make sure the laminate is supported at both sides when cutting.
- Make sure the laminate is held firmly against the fence and deck when cutting.
- Do not "rush" the cut. Laminate is very hard and does not like to be hurried.
- Make sure that the correct blade (teeth) is being used.
- And yes, the blade has to be SHARP

Jul 25, 2015 | Saws

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GBC Ultima 65 laminator rolls very fast on lowest speed setting and doesn't roll at all on fastest speed setting. Can this be fixed?


sounds like the yellow and the orange wire connectors on the main board from the transformer are reversed. If not, then your main board needs replaced. I have them available, 405-324-6092, Scott,
Westco Laminating service

Feb 24, 2015 | Gbc HeatSeal Ultima 65 Roll Laminator

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I have a biesemeyer 52inch fence on my delta unisaw I have had about ten yrs. The fence has always wOrked great. But now the fence will not lock, making using the saw next to impossible PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!


Prob needs the plastic pads that hold the position when locked. should be readily available at any Biesemeyer outlet as they are replaceable.
..or make your own.

Feb 12, 2013 | Delta 78-918B Biesemeyer Fence Table Board

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I am thinking to replace Aluminium fences near pool area.Can anyone suggest me expert fencing contractors?


Few days back i had also facing this pool fencing broken problem due to heavy storm and rainfall.Then anyone suggest me about experienced contractors they give me quality services at affordable prices.They also provide pool safety certificate after full pool inspection.If you want to avail their services then i feel glad to provide a link here.You just go for it and see the difference. http://pool-safe-inspections.com.au/pool-fence-repairs/

Nov 08, 2012 | Saws

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I have a 3/4" MDF


hi,
You can use Mica lamitation for this purpose. Just go to the shop from where you purchased the MDF. They will have the lamitaion Mica sheets of different type. You can fix this mica sheet on the surface of the MDF using synthetic rubber adhessive. When you purchase the MIca lamination select one which have polished surface.
ok

Sep 23, 2011 | Exercise & Fitness

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Older Delta 10'' Miter Saw Zero setting is out by 1/2 degree.


Undid the RH fence-bolt in the table behind the fence and tapped the end of the fence forward to make it perpendicular to the blade. Tighten bolt. When you look down on the two fence bolt heads, one is easy to rotate with a socket wrench, the LH bolt head would be very, very difficult to move. Undo the RH bolt to swing the fence angle WRT the blade.

Apr 08, 2009 | Delta Saws

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