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|11-10-2014 01:40 PM||
Infinity Band Saw Blades - 1 reply
I received Infinity’s new catalog. It has a promotion for “Infinity Rip Band Saw Blades.” The narrowest is 5/8ths in.Is anyone going to give one a try? I wonder how that width would work on a 14’’ BS?
|11-08-2014 12:48 PM||
Delta Unisaw CL - 0 replies
Jacksonville CL has a Unisaw without motor and a few other missing items for $300. The picture looks as if the saw is in good shape. I have one so I don’t need two.
|11-07-2014 12:06 PM||
DW 708 SCMS Adjustment. - 2 replies
I have managed so adjust the saw blade to 0 degrees and 45 degrees to the left but cannot get the blade to 45d to the right. The adjustment bolt is below the right adjustment bolt for the 0 degree scale. I have adjusted it and the degree pointer will only move about 10d maximum. If I kept turning it it seems as if the bolt would come out comp...
|11-03-2014 08:40 PM||
Jig Saw - 8 replies
Which one of the Bosch jig saws is considered the best? I do not do well with a BS. Yes I have tried and tried. I still want to move curved items opposite of the way they should go.
|11-01-2014 06:53 PM||
Pallet Load - 2 replies
I am wondering if I can get tape measures by the pallet load. I don’t know how many I have purchased over the years but I still can find but one.Then there’s the sockets, ratchets and wrenches. I have been putting them in order and in boxes. I have to have at least each three of 1/4’’, 3/8’’ and 1/2’&...
|10-14-2014 01:10 AM||
New Waterlox - 7 replies
Has anyone used the new Waterlox formulation yet or hear from anyone that has?I bought three cans of the old. At my age it may out last me.:)
|09-23-2014 01:06 AM||
Our Dog - 8 replies
After around 15 years as a family member, we had to have our Samoyed , Kokie, put down. He may of had some more time left but it would have been for us not him. My wife and I are over the tears, now the house is empty.He helped raise three grandchildren and was the best dog in the world….for us. Dogs tailor themselves to fit the family t...
|04-14-2014 09:50 PM||
Cutting tenons - 12 replies
I have had nothing but problems cutting tendons on my table saw and router table. With the router table I have used a coping sled with a two cutter bearing bit. I have yet to get a tendon set up and final cuts made in under 30 min. Even with a backer board I get tear out. I have a cast iron tendon jig to cut tendons with. I still get tear ou...
|04-03-2014 08:25 PM||
Now What? - 29 replies
I know I believe I know where I put it, but I’M not sure I realize where I thought I put it is not where it is. That explains my misplaced LVLA Jack iron that I honed while standing at my work bench. I have no recall of ever taking it anywhere after I was done with it. I honed my smoother, waxed it all up and reinstalled the iron. I wa...
|03-31-2014 02:08 AM||
Vital Ear Prtection - 7 replies
|03-20-2014 11:06 PM||
Crystalac Gloss - 2 replies
I may use this on a walnut clock case. I will grain fill it and then spray it. I would then like to rub it out to satin. Has anyone had experience with rubbing out this product?
|03-07-2014 07:21 PM||
Insight - 14 replies
I have finally realized I am tired of woodworking and photography. I still have three clocks and a blanket chest to make and then I may well sell out. It has always been a struggle for me. I can’t, for the most part, read drawings and most written instructions are gibberish. After much introspection I also realized I have not felt any s...
|03-01-2014 12:54 PM||
Files - 7 replies
I have two hand planes that require the mouths to be widened to accommodate Hock irons. I have read it is best to use a “safe edge file.” This meaning one with smooth sides. I have searched for these in the past and could not find anything that seemed as if it would fit the bill.Any advice/help will be appreciated.Thank you.
|02-21-2014 01:11 AM||
Chop Saw Dust Collector - 1 reply
I live in the Jacksonville/Orange Park FL area. Free to any LJ that wants to pick it up. I live just off of Blanding Blvd in OP. First Call, first arrival can have it. 904-343-4897 after 9 AM
|02-14-2014 05:20 PM||
Down Draft Ducst Collector - 2 replies
Rousseau Down Drafter 18.25’‘wX21.5’’ tall. Adjusts fro 21.5’’ to 37’’ in high. Collector moves forward and backward on slide. Has three point wheeled stand. 4’’ intake.It was given to me years ago and I never use it as I use my SCMS outside mostly.Pick up in Jacksonville/Or...
|02-03-2014 06:41 PM||
Unisaw mfg date - 2 replies
I have tried to log into the old tool site without success. It seems that I had registered there years ago and cannot remember my user name to get a new pass word.I cannot find when my Unisaw , serial #89E25418, was made. Help Please. Thank you.
|01-04-2014 09:46 PM||
Football Junkie - 10 replies
My wife is a football junkie. I am so sick of it. The shop is unheated and needs a major overhaul so I can walk around in it. so that is a no go.I must not be a real man not caring for sports. Would knitting be OK for me during these dark times? There is so little time between the Super Bowel and preseason games.
|12-13-2013 01:20 AM||
Behlens Rock Hard Varnish - 1 reply
I plan on using this varnish, with a top grade brush, on a walnut or cherry blanket chest. I have the Behlens Solvent for thinning and plan on using a 50/50 mix for the first coat. The following coats would be thinned 20%. This is gloss and I plan on rubbing it to satin after a 30-40 day cure in the house.How many coats would suffice? Am I miss...
|11-29-2013 07:41 PM||
Plane Iron Adjustment - 2 replies
I have an old wood skew plane and I cannot figure out how to adjust the iron depth of cut. It is either too much or none at all. Any sage advise? I am a newbie to wooden planes.
|11-19-2013 06:17 PM||
Skew Plane Blade - 6 replies
I have two old skew plane irons that need to be reground so they are not bowed on the cutting edges. I have found no one in the greater Jacksonville, Fl. area that can/will do it.I have a grinder and the jigs but I am not going to attempt this. For me a grinder is to be used only for lawn mower blades.Does anyone know of a sharpening service tha...