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New or Older style Molder Heads?

#272015 by Mullet » Mon Jul 06, 2020 1:35 pm

How can I tell which style I have?

bought one off of ebay and want to get additional knives.

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Re: New or Older style Molder Heads?

#272017 by chapmanruss » Mon Jul 06, 2020 1:51 pm

If it was made by any of the companies who made the Shopsmith's over the years it will look like the ones in the two pictures below. The first picture is the older ones and can use the "old" style knives. The one in the second picture is the current Molder Head.

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There are Molder Heads from other manufacturers that can fit on the Shopsmith but use their own knives for them. If the one you bought does not match any of the ones pictured than you will need knives from it's manufacturer.

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Re: New or Older style Molder Heads?

#272116 by Mullet » Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:18 am

Thank you! Looks like I have the newer one

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Re: New or Older style Molder Heads?

#272120 by JPG » Thu Jul 09, 2020 2:14 pm

Mullet wrote:Thank you! Looks like I have the newer one


NewER or newEST?

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