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  1. Old School

    Post a photo of the last thing you made

    Not the last thing I made, as I dont have photos of that, but the next to last thing. Its Sewing Machine Table that was mostly made from scrap I had lying around. The lower legs were made in 25x25x2 box section, and the uppers from 20x20x2. This was done to allow th height adjustment. Their...
  2. Old School

    This is me

    The five of us - or should that be six - would like to thank you all for the welcome, and making us smile.
  3. Old School

    This is me

    Is that because camels dont consider top hats fashionable any more? Heimlaga, are camels still roaming the "pampas?" Thats an alternative name for the area you live isnt it?
  4. Old School

    Hello with my new kity 1637 please

    I remember that not long after I got mine, the locking lever did break, but did not do it in such a way that the table was locked. One possibility is that there could be a problem with the chain that turns the four threaded pillars that tuen to allow the table to move up or down. If it allows...
  5. Old School

    This is me

    Will do Ian as soon as I can find my way around a bit better. Madness? Four out of the five voices in my head tell me I'm sane, and in a democracy, the majority rule!:)
  6. Old School

    Hello with my new kity 1637 please

    Just checked with mine. 5 or 6 turns out is enough. The wheel should turn easily when its unlocked. I dont usually use the lock, as I had problems with it when I first bought the machine.
  7. Old School

    Hello with my new kity 1637 please

    Thats the same one that I have, or at least, I think it is without checking. If you look at the end that has the habdwheel, it should be on the right. To the left of that, on the should be a little lever. That locks the plate that can be raised and lowered in one place. Clockwis to lock...
  8. Old School

    This is me

    First post, and a little about myself even if Iäm not sure what to write. I've been into both woodwork and metalwork for quite a few years now, and often combine the two in various projects. The things that I make in wood tend to be practical. The next planned project is a garden bench form...
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