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|07-21-2016 02:01 PM||
How is the elastic pouch held inside of the lid? - 16 replies
I was hoping someone that has knowledge in this might be able to shed some light on how this builder is securing the elastic felt pouch inside of the lid? I’m planing on building a couple jewelry boxes and would like to implement this necklace holder into my lids. Thanks
|07-14-2016 10:40 AM||
Lubing Plastic Gears In The Tablesaw. - 34 replies
I’d like others help on what I should use for lubing the plastic gears in my tablesaw for miter cut arbor tilt. I’ve had my hitachi c10fl table saw for several years now and the plastic gears for rotating the blade have never been lubed since I’ve had brand new from Lowes thus it’s now a struggle to tilt the blade. Thanks
|07-06-2016 01:33 PM||
I am curious if there’s a difference between these two saws or are they both pretty much the same just depending on how someone wants to refer to it as? I’ve been thinking of replacing my current saw at some point which is referred to as a hybrid but when I look at other manufactures they seem to refer to theirs as contractor saws...
|06-20-2016 01:42 PM||
Help identifying a Tree. (Pictures) - 15 replies
Hi all, I was hoping someone could help me identify a tree, I’ve been thinking and calling it a Catalpa tree for a very long time but I’d been doubting myself as of lately and decided to google the Catalpa tree and the leaves on the Catalpa tree seem to be larger in the google photo images. I’m in Central Texas and this tree is...
|04-20-2016 11:31 PM||
Need some help and or advise, I just received a call from one of my customers with findings of fine sawdust in one of the drawers of a box I sold him, he’s not upset with the box and construction more so concerned. The wood in question is cedar elm air dried. The box walls are 5/8” thick finished with Tung oil and wipe on poly, the ...
|03-30-2016 06:39 PM||
Walmart now carrying quality tools. - 20 replies
Who would have ever thought Walmart to carry high quality tools, so far I’ve found two items that they carry whiteside and Incra with free shipping to boot. Go figure. Edit In; I ordered the Incra Hinge Crafter from the WM online website, optioned for the 7 – 10 free shipping. It was ordered the day before I created this topic and...
|08-22-2015 12:30 PM||
I’ve noticed here lately that I’ve not seen any activity from Greg, (Greg The Cajun Guy) he has been removed from my friends list and when I tried to view one of his projects it appears that his profile is gone along with his projects? I’d like to know what happened if anyone can shed any light on this? Thanks
|08-12-2015 07:47 PM||
Removing Jewelry Box Lids, What Blade? - 16 replies
What kind of table saw blade is best for removing the lid from a jewelry box? What I have in my shop 1. Woodworker II 40T 1/8” kerf flat teeth for finger joints. 2. Avanti Pro 60T Fine Finish 3. Oshlun 80T Fine Finish These are the blades I have to work with other than a couple 32T general purpose blades.
|08-08-2015 04:25 PM||
Jet Bench Top Jointers 8" and 10" Poor Reviews. - 8 replies
I was in the market of upgrading my Delta 6” bench top jointer to a a possible 8” or 10” and during my search I ran across both of the Jet 8” and 10” jointers but after viewing the reviews here on LJ’s and on Amazon both places are rating each jointer 8” and 10” less than good disposable tool rati...
|07-08-2015 09:23 PM||
I posted in the feedback area over 8 days ago and have yet to receive a response on my request / suggestion from an admin, Are they ever addressed? Just curious as I don’t want to waste time posting if they aren’t read and addressed too.
|07-06-2015 10:46 AM||
I’m needing help with a project and am unable to find anything on the web on how to add a velvet pouch necklace keeper to the lid of a jewelry box. This picture shows a velvet pouch attached to the inside of the lid to act as a necklace keeper. In this project below is a jewelry box that I made the last picture shows a wooden nec...
|07-03-2015 10:38 PM||
Not that kind of sawing logs the real kind, geeez…. :) I pulled these logs out thinking they were ready and rip for the picking but after sawing a few logs, I found that they needed to cook quite a bit longer, they’d been in the spalting pit for close to 2 years and thought I could shut the pit down as I have enough lumber to las...
|07-01-2015 07:12 PM||
Creating Blogs And Adding Photos - 5 replies
What I would like to see happen is being able to create a blog and adding photos so that they are zoomable up to 6 photos just like when creating a project, Cricket, would this be something possible? Thanks
|06-16-2015 12:15 PM||
Keeping Dust Out Of Your Window AC In The Workshop - 18 replies
A while back I posted a topic asking for solutions in keeping dust out of my AC unit and believe I’ve found a viable solution, they are called filter pads, my parents have been using them for a few years now in their home unit so I thought I’d give them a visit, they have a local business set up where I am and are Texas state wide in...
|06-03-2015 06:18 PM||
Center Workbench Assistance. - 17 replies
I’m in the starting phase of building a new workbench, I’ll be building it out of 2×4’s Mortise and Tenon, top layers are cabinet grade 3/4” ply and 1/2” ply with Lee Valley front vice and the dog holes, both the 1/2” and 3/4”have been cut to size and was just about to cut the masonite for the very ...
|05-30-2015 12:54 AM||
A question for those that flock their boxes - 20 replies
I heard somewhere that an alternative to the adhesive that normally comes with flocking can be used, I’m thinking paint? I just can’t remember, does anyone know of anything else that would hold the flocking to the wood besides using the adhesive that goes with flocking? Thanks
|05-19-2015 11:03 AM||
Adding base cabinets to a new addition in my workshop. After building the casings and before adding the doors, I almost forgot to take into consideration for the base cabinet door opening on the adjacent wall, the cabinets are going to be frameless full overlay double doors using 35mm European 110 degree full overlay hinges. I plan on adding ...
|05-07-2015 11:03 PM||
Rats and Mice in my shop vac - 23 replies
With my shop being so small I had very little room thus I had to hang my shop vac outside under a lean-to, it’s one of those big blue 4.5 gal that Lowes sold and since I have a DC in my shop I never had a need for it, so I just let it hang out there it had been out there for a good couple years or so as I hadn’t needed it until just ...
|05-03-2015 10:50 AM||
Need help in selecting a new Jig Saw - 19 replies
While in the process of installing the 7/16” OSB walls on my newly workshop addition my 5 years old Black & Decker bit the dirt, the motor still works but the actuator mechanism stopped working, the blade no longer moves up and down, I’ve been in the process of slowly weeding out all of my low end tools and so now it’s time...
|04-28-2015 12:49 PM||
AC window unit, Air Cleaning system and Dust - 13 replies
With the new addition to my shop, I am also upgrading from my old 8000 BTU 120 volt AC window unit to a larger 18000 BTU 240 volt AC unit, once the old unit was removed and after taking a look on the inside of the system we found it was caked in sawdust and glue combined and took a good while cleaning it out. My question is if I were to inve...