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Good As New! – Vintage Woodworking Machine Restored

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The latest vintage woodworking machine to find its way into my shop is a Delta jointer planer.

The machine has been standing unused for some time but I was confident that it would take much to restore it to its former glory.

Restoring a vintage Delta-Milwaukee Wood Jointer.

I am really enjoying these restorations so let me know if you want to see more of them and I will try and fit in the odd restoration video.

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Disclaimer.

All of the videos on this channel are intended for entertainment purposes only.

Should you choose to make or do anything as depicted on this channel you would do so at your own risk.

Woodworking and the use of power tools can be extremely dangerous.

The equipment and methods I use may not work for you as it does for me and by no means do I suggest that my methods of working are correct.

Therefore you should always use your equipment and power tools as instructed by the owner’s manual supplied by the manufacturer.

Always use protective gear where applicable and never attempt something you are not comfortable doing.

Your shop safety is YOUR responsibility, so therefore I accept NO responsibility or liability for any injuries or accidents you may have if you attempt to do the things that I do.

Please, stay safe and work smart.

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