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MARQUISE BY 1847 ROGERS
  Silverplate HOLLOW HANDLE WITH STAINLESS IMPLEMENT LASAGNA SERVER CUSTOM MADE APPROX. 11 in the pattern MARQUISE BY 1847 ROGERS. It is NOT monogrammed and is in very good, clean condition. 


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The problem

The impacts of climate change are being felt around the world, and rural communities in developing countries are bearing the brunt.

Farmers are facing increasingly severe climate impacts like drought, increased soil salinity, and new insect pest and disease threats. Farmers - in particular female farmers - are among the most vulnerable to the impacts as they often lack the resources and skills to respond to these challenges.

With the right support, countries and farmers most vulnerable to climate risks can adapt to climate change, delivering improved food security and economic development.

The problem

The impacts of climate change are being felt around the world, and rural communities in developing countries are bearing the brunt.

Farmers are facing increasingly severe climate impacts like drought, increased soil salinity, and new insect pest and disease threats. Farmers - in particular female farmers - are among the most vulnerable to the impacts as they often lack the resources to respond to these challenges.

With the right support, countries and farmers most vulnerable to climate risks can adapt to climate change, delivering improved food security and economic development.

Our vision

For smallholder farmers to have increased incomes and grow safer, higher quality food through climate-resilient approaches to crop production.

How we will do it

PlantwisePlus will support countries in identifying key crops where quality can be improved to:

USA Sale Online Store Marquise by 1847 Rogers Plate Silverplate HHWS Lasagna Server Cu Over item handling ☆

USA Sale Online Store Marquise by 1847 Rogers Plate Silverplate HHWS Lasagna Server Cu Over item handling ☆

This is neither negative nor is it positive. Just what I found and what I did.First I am assuming these were assembled by unskilled labor who worked of a diagram I.e. .1 bearing 2 spacer 3 little washer 4 black spacer 5 little washer 5 yellow holder 6 black spacer 7 little washer 8 yellow holder and so on Repeat till you reach the end add black washer and nut.No two parts had the same diameters varied by 2 to 4 thousands except the black spacers which were dead onCarbide cutters were probably outsourced and are 3 different types One is the start cutter and is square on one side2,3,4,5amp; 6 are basically the same give or take. They are likely braised at the manufacturer. and are more or less fused to the yellow holders The carbide tips are dull which says they were rough cut at the vendorFirst thing I did was take apart the bit assy and hone all the cutters to a sharp edge as identical to the others as much as possible re assembled the part and discovered the distance between tips varied as much as 10 thousands (probably due to the small washer thickness and variance of the yellow bit holder)Got my micrometer and vernier caliper and juggled washers and tips 2-6 till I got a reasonable spacing. Was able to hold .003 over all. Put it in my router table and it makes a nice clean cut .In my opinion it is not a Freud but is serviceable for most applicationsJust as an aside If you do take it apart be sure to tighten the nut If it is not REAL tight the bits will tend to spinThe SILIVN Adjustable Finger Joint Router Bit suffers from extremely poor manufacturing quality control. It cannot do what it is designed to and is useless. It looks like others costing much more. It is even less expensive than non-adjustable options. I took the bait and tried it. It was a regrettable decision. I rarely invest the time or effort in a review, but this little trip to mail order tool purgatory inspired me to action. Perhaps my cautionary tale can spare you a similar experience. If you want the details, read on.My first disappointment preceded arrival. It was out of stock, but the vendor did not have the courtesy to notify me until well past the confirmed arrival window.Following another wait, the second disappointment was the unpackaging. It arrived with minimal protection, in an envelope, wrapped in bubble sheet. It was covered in the sticky goo with which cheaply machined parts are often coated to withstand months without climate control in an intercontinental shipping container.I thought a quick disassembly and cleaning would make it ready for use. Not so. The spacing of the cutters is not determined solely by cutter thickness. The spacing is supplemented by a menagerie of washers. The entire assembly consists of upwards of 40 parts. Groups of three - collectively about a mm, though not consistent in thickness – are mingled with singles that approximate the same. One may presume that parts are interchangeable, but there is nothing in the way of documentation or instruction to say so. Only the most careful attention assures reassembly as it arrived.My next disappointment followed initial use, after which I was disappointed and frustrated by the inaccuracy of the resulting cut. The void spaces were much larger than the cutter profiles and did not produce a mating joint. It did not initially occur to me that the bit was the source of the problem. I assumed user error and set about correcting potential setup accuracy issues. I addressed all the obvious machine settings and adjustments. The problem persisted. I replaced table top with a larger one and verified the surface as planar. The problem persisted. I then assumed the workpiece was vibrating while in the cut. I used a coping sled and a hold down clamp adjacent to cutters. The problem persisted.My final disappointment awaited. Having eliminated potential setup errors, I then inspected the path of the bit. I placed a cut workpiece against the fence and viewed the cutter path at the entry point, rotating the bit by hand to view clearance. The wings of each cutter were clearly not in the same plane, nor were they the same distance from center. A photo of the variance is attached that clearly shows both vertical and horizontal discrepancy, as well as variance among different cutters.In short, it is junk. Don’t buy it! Find a different solution or spend the money required for a properly machined tool.I have not bought a Chinese tool of this poor quality since perhaps the 1990’s. Each of the teeth were a different size AND of different depth of cut. It looks as though it was put together by a 5 year old (no offense meant for 5 year olds). Needless to say it was returned as defective!!Bit cuts well and shims help dialing in to wood thickness. Big problem is no way to hold shank while tightening nut. This has caused cutters to slip and become lose during cuts. Noticed that competitors have machined in nitch to allow wrench to hold shaft, this cutter desperately needs one. Using vice to hold shaft causes marring problems.When I first removed this Bit from the package, I was not impressed. There was no look of precision in the bit. But I still had to test it. The cuts were rough and the bit lacked balance. I just could not keep it because I would never use it. It has been returned.The entire bit is not set up right. When you use it the fingers will not fit all the way to the bottom of the joint. It leaves a big gap at the bottom of the fingers. The wood should be able to be pushed all the way to the bottom of the joint so there is no gaps.Extreme vibration occurred when I ran in my router table. I shut the whole thing down before it came apart and killed me.No uniformity of the cut. Parts cannot align with each other because they are not uniform. Only a mediocre joint can be obtained. I realise it is only a glue joint but there are gaps and the joint looks crummy. I would not buy it again. Tools Home Improvement => Power Hand Tools => Power Tool Parts Accessories we've got a dedicated customer support team ready and waiting to deal with any of your issues, Marquise by 1847 Rogers Plate Silverplate HHWS Lasagna Server Cu SILIVN Adjustable Finger Joint Router Bit 1/2 Inch Shank Cutter USA Sale Online Store Marquise by 1847 Rogers Plate Silverplate HHWS Lasagna Server Cu Over item handling ☆ Max 76% OFF This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. Professional finger joint features two flute design, carbide teeth and six removable cutters so you can make joints in a wide range of stock thicknesses, from 12,7mm to 36mm. Ideal for molding manufacturers and furniture makers. This versatile CMT finger joint bit lets you make one of the most incredibly strong side-toside or end-to-end joints in all wood and wood composites. The tightness of the accurately cut joint and the maximum glue surface create a joint that is actually stronger than an unworked piece of wood. C3 Carbide Tipped - Micro grain grade provides increased strength and utmost resistance. Perfect for projects of any level of complexity.Are the preferred choice of professionals and hobbyists alike. Product description Color:Finger Joint Router Bit Assembly includes 5 individual finger cutters, 1/2 inch shank arbor, 1 straight top cutter, ball bearing guide, shims, spacers, washers. Micro-grain grade provides increased strength and utmost resistance. Cut one-finger through five-fingers in multiple passes. Both cuts are performed the same way; you simply turn over the counter-cut for a perfect fit. High abrasion resistance, high precision and high toughness. Build-up amp; heat resistant teflon coating. Name: Wood milling cutter router Material: Carbide Size: Shank diameter: 1/2 inch Overall Length: 4-1/4 inch Cutter Diameter: 1-7/8 inch Cutter Depth: 1-5/8 inch Bearing Diameter: 22mm (0.866 inch) Package Contents: 1 x 1/2 inch Shank Wood milling cutter router

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