Jointer blade update

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The knob probably came loose from the magnet.
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Doug Miller wrote:

Or the table is magnetized :)
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alexy wrote:

"but its advantage lies in the fact that there is only one mechanism (screw) to loosen or tighten the arrangement making it easier to use, unlike the other where a third hand is often wished for."
Ray wonders what he would do with a third hand...
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Some of these magnetic bases have a lever that moves the magnet up inside the base to release the grip -- perhaps that's what he's talking about.
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On Mon, 25 Sep 2006 05:30:47 -0700, stryped wrote:

Just watch this guy: <http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid )83839096587014177&hl=en>
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