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|04-22-2010 07:34 PM||
School for finishing in New England - 2 replies
I’m looking to take a finishing class and am looking for recommendations. I live in Rhode Island so anything in Rhode Island or Massachusetts, or Connecticut, would be great! In case it matters, my work is mostly cabinetry, with some furniture mixed in. Thanks for the suggestions! Bob
|10-29-2009 04:14 AM||
Help with wiring shop made air filter - 14 replies
I’m finally getting around to building my air filter. I picked up a furnace blower (squirrel cage fan) from a local heating guy. I have 2 questions about the electrical. (FYI – the motor is 1/3hp 1050 rpm) 1. There are White, Black, Green and Red wires coming from the motor. I was expecting white, black and green, but the red ...
|01-31-2008 01:12 AM||
Help with contractor saw upgrade - 2 replies
I’m looking for some advice on a good way to upgrade my craftsman contractor style table saw. I wouldn’t say that I’m unhappy with the saw itself, just how I have it set up. It has a 42X27 table and is on a nice stand with wheels. The fence could be upgraded and I wish the dust collection was a little better, but those are thin...
|12-07-2007 05:43 AM||
Table Saw Pattern cutting - 5 replies
This is a technique I read about somewhere a few years ago. I definitely did NOT come up with this myself. I was making a pair of down and dirty dressers for a client today when it hit me how useful and fast this is. I thought it was worth taking the time to snap a few photos and share with anyone who might not be familiar. I use this techn...