I have an old 6" delta jointer that uses the pork chop style jointer
guard. However, I don't have the jointer guard, so I would like to
fabricate one but again I don't have one to start with. Does someone
have some specifcs about this item that they could share? Like how it
works? also if someone could share the dimensions of one that they
have but best of all would be if someone could trace the outline and
include dimensions. This way I could get one fabricated and have it be
pretty close to accurate.
On 3 Feb 2006 11:10:27 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
Has anyone gotten back to you on this? I can take a picture and email
if you like.
You might also keep an eye on Ebay. It might take a week or two but
sooner or later I suspect one will show up. There's one on there now
for an 8".
On 6 Feb 2006 10:35:08 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
These are measurements for a guard from an old style
Delta/Miwaukee Accuset 6" joiner.
This may be a little hard to describe but here goes....
Overall length 11"
Width at the widest point 7 1/2"
Width at the narrow end is 1 3/4" with the added square part (for the
spring attach) adding another 3/4" to the width at that end.
The length of the fat part of the guard where it hits the fence is
Overall thickness is 7/8"
Length of the shaft is approx 3" and hangs down beyond the hole in the
joiner by about 1/4"
If you need any other measurements let me know.
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