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|06-13-2014 11:17 PM||
Source for 6" blast gates - 3 replies
Does anyone have a source for 6” metal blast gates. I prefer to stay away from the cheap plastic. I can’t seem to locate any from internet searches. Thanks B
|06-10-2014 03:58 AM||
I have a delta 46-715 with the revees drive for variable speed. Needless to say the Revees system is completely shot and needs replaced. I cant seem to find a replacement and I have read that one from grizzly may work. The more I think about this the more I am interested in trying to convert this to electronic variable speed. I am thinking ab...
|06-09-2014 12:43 AM||
Hey guys, I thought some of you might be interested in this. I was looking for an overarm dust collection for my Unisaw and I looked at everything from making one to all the manufactures. I knew I wanted as big of hose connection as possible 4” is what I wanted. I wanted it to be clear and have lots of room around the blade. I am getting ...
|06-02-2014 02:35 AM||
Lathe purchasing help - 9 replies
I am in the market to add a lathe to my shop. I bought one off craigslist and have decided that it needs more work than I want to put into it. So I have decided to sell this lathe and buy a new one. I have not turned very much. I used one a long time ago in woodshop and my interests are in other parts of woodworking. I do however want to get a l...
|05-12-2014 01:51 PM||
Eco Gate - Green Gate Dust collection? - 1 reply
Does anyone here use the eco gate dust collection for small home shops? I am setting up mine and thinking about using this system. I know it pricey but seems like it could be worth the extra money as I have a tendency to be lazy and would see myself saying “one little cut no need to turn on the collector”. How does it work for you g...
|04-30-2014 03:45 AM||
Another Dust collection question - 19 replies
I guess its time to take back my shop from the dust. I have acquired some bigger tools through the years and dragging around my HF dust collector is not cutting it anymore. I am in the market for a collector. I know that I want something in the 2-3 hp range with a cyclone. I am looking at the JDS 2hp, the Laguna 3hp and several of the Grizzlys...
|04-29-2014 11:35 PM||
CNC machine in Colorado - 6 replies
I am looking for someone to help me with a project I am doing for my father in law. I would like to put a few words on a piece of pine that will be built into a chair. I was wondering if anyone was close to me that would be willing to help. I have no problem paying for your time. Thanks Brandon
|04-23-2014 02:31 PM||
Runner help with rocking chair - 1 reply
I built my first rocking chair and it came out really nice. My only thing is when I rock in it on hardwoods it has a few very minor flat/uneven spots maybe. It could be me being very critical of my work as nobody else seems to notice. Will they go away with use or is there other tricks for smoothing the rock out? I have read about felt use on b...
|04-10-2014 01:03 AM||
Video Shop Tour! - 4 replies
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QbA7UhwnYw&feature=youtu.be Shop tour! If you are all like me you like shop tours. I decided to do one of my own. Thanks for watching.
|04-06-2014 04:01 PM||
Rockers for chair question - 4 replies
I am getting ready to build a jig to laminate rockers for some rocking chairs I plan to build. My question is for those who have done this. Did you do the rocker glue ups individually or glue one wide strip and split it in half with the table saw? I was seeing advantages to both in my mind. If you do these individually did they come out the sa...
|04-05-2014 02:32 PM||
Question on Reeves drive for Delta Lathe - 5 replies
Ok. I picked up a Delta 46-715 lathe really cheap. I have read there have been some issues with these lathes but figured it was cheap enough with a little TLC it could get me maybe turning. I don’t imagine myself being a big wood turner and if I could get this cleaned up to work for little project here or there that would be great. I do ...
|03-31-2014 06:24 PM||
Help with a pine rocking chair? - 6 replies
Ok, I am sure you guys are thinking why make it out of pine? I salvaged some pine from a location that has sentimental value and would like to use it for making a rocker. The pine is 120 plus years old and after cleaning it up a bit I think I have some that’s useable. I know that making a rocking chair out of pine vs. hardwood will have ...
|03-31-2014 12:37 AM||
Adding moisture to old pine? - 4 replies
I have recovered some pine lumber from a house I would say is at least 110 years old. I think it will be useable for some furniture that I want to build. I would like to add some moisture back into the wood as it is very very dry. Some of it has began to split in places. Could I do this with just putting it in the steam box for several hours (...
|03-29-2014 02:41 AM||
Titebond wood filler as grain filler? - 12 replies
So I am building a arts and crafts table out of white oak. While playing around with finish options today on some scraps I decided to use Titebond wood filler over a piece, sanded it smooth and stained it. I was surprised by the look. I didn’t see any adverse effect on the stain I was using and it provided a much smoother finish. Any ...
|03-25-2014 01:50 PM||
Miter box saw - 2 replies
My search function is not working for some reason and I am sure this question has been asked. I have to cut some small details for a reproduction table I have been asked to build. The squares are 1/4 inch by 1/4 inch and I need to cut them at 45s. I would like to purchase a miter box for this job and was curious what you guys thought the best m...
|03-25-2014 03:01 AM||
Domino Questions - 7 replies
I am looking into the Festool Domino system. I had a couple questions I will be using this mainly for furniture building chairs and what not. Would the XL be too big for doing this. I am just wondering about spending the extra money to have the luxury of doing doors and bigger work down the road.
|12-15-2013 03:06 AM||
Flocking question - 3 replies
I made some Christmas boxes. I did flocking on the interior of the box. I have a spot that didn’t get covered. My question is can I just apply paint over the bare spot and re flock it? Any other techniques? Thanks B
|07-12-2013 10:10 PM||
Help my Unisaw quit! Needs a motor - 9 replies
Well my 40 yro Rockwell Unisaw decided to it was tired and the motor quit. I am wondering if any of you have replaced a motor. Couple questions 1. Where to find a motor? Do other manufactures make one IE. Grizzly? I read a while back that the motor mounts a very specific? 2. While I have this old guy tore apart are there any other things...
|04-25-2013 11:43 PM||
Where do all you draw the line? - 21 replies
Well I have started a small woodworking side business. As so many of you have already found out. All my friends and family have things they want built but nobody really wants to pay for them nor do I really want to charge what I should for them. How do all you draw the line, I will and feel like I will always do things for immediate family on o...
|04-18-2013 02:35 AM||
New website! Check it out~ - 10 replies
Hey all… I have finally got my website up and running… its very basic and in its infancy. I will be doing a Workshop Blog which I have started along with projects, and some videos in the future hopefully. I am not sure where I am going with the site, Just a way to share some of my work, shop ideas, and maybe sell a few things, (Don...