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The puzzle was most likely done on a band saw using a miter gate. The cars/trucks looks like a it was done with wood trims, thin planks and dowels cut to size. The wheels done on a lathe. If you purchase the wheels from a craft shop, you can make the rest with a drill, some type of saw that you can cut nice straight lines with and lots of imagination. ...
My grandfather used to make toys similar to these for a charity called Toys for Tots. To the best of my knowledge he built everything with a couple cordless drills, a 14" bandsaw and a multi-function sander like this one, and copious amounts of hot glue. I personally would add to this a spindle sander and at least a skeleton set of quality hand ...
NEMA 14-30 is 120/240V, with neutral to provide 120V from either hot to neutral. Hots are normally black and red and neutral is white. NEMA 6-30 is 240V only with no neutral. Presumably in the old cord, black and white were the hots. You need to cap off the new white wire (neutral) and connect the red (hot2) in its place to L2.
First you have to remove the chuck assembly from the drill.You have to put the drill assembly in a vise. Tighten vise around the front of the chuck first then use a large channel lock pliers around the large part of the chuck assembly, and turn counterclock wise and the bit should come out. Put the chuck assembly back on.
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