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I HAV A PLANER/JOINTER BY MONGOMERY WARD/ POWERKRAFT I NEED KNIVES FOR IT. PLEASE HELP

PLEASE HELP ME FIND NEW KNIVES FOR THIS PLANER

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  • Brad Brown Nov 01, 2014

    Hi BILL GARRETT, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? WHAT MODEL NUMBER

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Have you tried www.ereplacementparts.com

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need a manual for 1 3/8 hp, 6 1/8" jointer / planer

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SOURCE: Need a user manual for mastercraft thickness planer

I'd suggest calling 1-800-689-9928 and speaking with one of the customer service representatives

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SOURCE: need info about circa1950's Rockwell/Delta 8" jointer

I can't help you with the knives, but I can help you with the motor - you need to find the plate on the motor with its specs. If it has a horsepower rating, just replace with the same horsepower. If it doesn't show a horsepower rating, I need the amperage (FLA), and the voltage, I can determine it from that. Please get back to me with both the horsepower rating and the voltage and FLA if you can, and tell me what voltage you are going to hook up to.

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SOURCE: I recently purchased a Sears Craftsman Contractor

I can send you a manual for a Sear 6 1/8" jointer planer. Model number 113206931 if it will help.

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SOURCE: I have a 12 5/16

go to home depot and purchase DELTA 12 1/2 inch blades. make sure they are centered so they don't rub the sides of the housing or grind off a little bit off each end.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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How do I change jointer knives


Hello,
There are quite a few things involved in changing jointer knives (to do it right that is)and without knowing the details of your machine I can't give you a exact answer. BUT there is help.

Go to you tube and you will find several videos on the subject.

Also you will need a set up tool ( its a magnetic device that holds the knives to the same height).

The most important thing is to have all the knives set the same in the head (i.e. set up tool ) and if you can afford it purchase the dial indicator for jointer set up this will make them perfect. you will see them using it in the videos along with the magnetic type.

I have been using jointers for years and am still learning new things that I can do with it, but set up is the key to a good end product.

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Looking for blades for a 6 inch craftsman Jointer/planer. Model number 103 2066. Manufactured by King Seely. Sears Roebuck do not have but I am wondering if there is are generic blades that will fit. (I...


Most reliable sharpening services will be able to grind knives for your jointer that will work just fine. The key is to match the existing knives as far as thickness (guage) and height of the new knives. You want them to give you maximum life but not extend too far past the cutterhead when adjusted all the way down. I don't know about your machine, but on an 8" powermatic the tip of the knife shouldn't extend more than about .0012" above the circumference of the cutterhead. You can check this with a set of calipers and give the height to the sharpener, then just choose high speed steel or carbide and you're on your way.
If you check the overall length of the knives, sometimes they are slightly under the nominal length, and a 6" long knife could bump into the housing as the cutterhead rotates, so this is one other thing to check before you go ahead and order them 6" long.
But the short answer is, no problem. Just get a reliable sharpener to make them for you, buy a quality steel blank, and have him put a fine grit polish or hone on the knives when he sharpens them...

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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Need info about circa1950's Rockwell/Delta 8" jointer


I can't help you with the knives, but I can help you with the motor - you need to find the plate on the motor with its specs. If it has a horsepower rating, just replace with the same horsepower. If it doesn't show a horsepower rating, I need the amperage (FLA), and the voltage, I can determine it from that. Please get back to me with both the horsepower rating and the voltage and FLA if you can, and tell me what voltage you are going to hook up to.

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Can not find replacement blades for delta jointer


I can't get a hit on that number, the model must be other. But it shouldn't be too hard.
Try to find a reliable sharpening service in your area; someone who does saw blades and knives for the cabinet shops will have a source for tool steel and carbide and can make you a set of knives for your jointer. Just get tool steel. While it won't hold it's edge quite as long as carbide knives, it will take a sharper edge to begin with, and should last just fine if you don't run sand through it.
If you have the original knives, hang onto them as they most likely can be resharpened to like new condition, and steel today ain't necessarily what it used to be.
The critical factor is the height. It's usually between 5/8" and 3/4" tall. You want them to be able to rest all the way down on the adjustable pistons without sticking up more than 10-15 thousands above the cutterhead. That will give you the most resharpenings from a set. You might want to invest in a magnaset to help with setting the knives in place.
Here's a link to the sharpening service I use: http://maps.google.com/maps?rls=com.microsoft:en-us&oe=UTF-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=Precision+sharpening+%2B+Albuquerque,+NM&fb=1&split=1&gl=us&view=text&latlng=15322695688682105671
Finally, I would almost bet some contemporary delta replacement knives would work. If you find a place that will return your funds if they don't, you might be able to order them online. These guys will carry them if you can't find someone nearer you: http://woodworker.com


If I've answered your question or solved a problem, please take a moment to rate this posting...thanks!

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If I had to pick, I would get the planer first. That way you can at least get your lumber pretty darn close to flat and parallel. Furthermore you can resize your lumber when necessary. But that’s just my opinion.

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