Stuck On Bearings

by The Saw Doctor | April 11, 2018

Ever had a bearing on your router bit where you’ve had trouble getting the bearing off? 

I had a customer recently who was having trouble getting the bearing off the bearing shaft on his  router bit. I thought I’d share with you the methods that I use to remove bearings that are stuck to the router bit.
 

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The "OOPS" Arbor

by The Saw Doctor | April 2, 2017
The

The Starrett "OOPS" Arbor. 

I would like to share with you a little hole saw accessory called the Oops Arbor that saved the day when we were renovating our house last year. 

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The Hog Tooth for Ripping Hardwood

by The Saw Doctor | March 8, 2015
The Hog Tooth for Ripping Hardwood

 Ripping a lot of hardwood?

Using the Hog Tooth shape on your circular saw also limits the tungsten tip from chipping. If you rip a lot of timber the Hog Tooth may be the tooth shape for you to use.

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Keeping Your Oil Stone in Top Condition

by The Saw Doctor | September 23, 2014
Keeping Your Oil Stone in Top Condition

A handy hint on how to keep your oil stone in top condition.

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Get Ready for Chainsaw Season

by THE SAW DOCTOR | April 26, 2014
Get Ready for Chainsaw Season

It’s Chainsaw Season

Autumn is now upon us, which means the cooler weather is approaching.

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Router Bit Tips

by THE SAW DOCTOR | August 6, 2013

How to choose the best suitable router for your needs

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Avoid Bandsaw Cracks This Winter

by THE SAW DOCTOR | June 16, 2013
Avoid Bandsaw Cracks This Winter

What to do when you're finished using your bandsaw machine for the day, release the tension on the blade as this stops the bandsaw blade from stretching.

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What do you put on your tools to stop them from rusting

by THE SAW DOCTOR | April 19, 2013
What do you put on your tools to stop them from rusting

What do you put on your tools to stop them from rusting?

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Saw Blade Teeth # & Its Equivalent Type of Cut

by THE SAW DOCTOR | November 22, 2012
Saw Blade Teeth # & Its Equivalent Type of Cut

The number of teeth on a saw blade can affect how fine and rough the cut will be...

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The Bandsaw Machine at the End of the Day

by THE SAW DOCTOR | November 8, 2012
The Bandsaw Machine at the End of the Day

What to do when you're finished using your bandsaw machine for the day, release the tension on the blade as this stops the bandsaw blade from stretching.

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Ready Your Chainsaw for Summer

by THE SAW DOCTOR | October 23, 2012
Ready Your Chainsaw for Summer

A handy hint to help prolong and store your chainsaws just in time for the end of winter... 

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A Router Bearing Tip For You

by THE SAW DOCTOR | October 9, 2012
A Router Bearing Tip For You

Three simple steps to do when the bearing on the router becomes stiff & does not spin freely.

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Saw Dust Causes All Sorts of Problems...

by THE SAW DOCTOR | July 5, 2012
Saw Dust Causes All Sorts of Problems...

Beware of what saw dust can do to your saw blades and learn how to combat against it...

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Handy Hint for Chainsaws

by The Saw Doctor | October 18, 2011
Handy Hint for Chainsaws

Want to know how to look after your Chainsaw and prolong its life over the coming months while its not in use? The Saw Doctor has a handy hint for you..

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Aluminium blades need a wax lubricant

by The Saw Doctor | October 12, 2011
Aluminium blades need a wax lubricant

When cutting aluminum a lubricant must be used to stop the aluminum from sticking to the sides of the saw. A lube wax is recommended to avoid the problem 

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