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|10-17-2011 01:57 AM||
Cleaning TS Blades with Wire Wheel - 7 replies
I chuck a soft steel or brass 3” wire wheel in a cordless drill. I clamp the blade to the bench on top of a block of wood to keep the teeth elevated. I work from inside out around the perimeter and even carefully address the face of the teeth. I flip the blade to do the other side. I’ve also used hand held brass brushes (like toot...
|10-03-2011 02:59 AM||
2nd Annual SW Ohio Get Together and Swap Meet - 3 replies
I live about 35 miles SE of downtown Cincinnati and I will host a get together at my place out in the sticks on Sunday Oct. 23. We’ll start about noon and see what happens. I’m going to cook a big pot of venison chile if I can find some road kill in time. Please bring your own drinks with the exception of coffee. The pot is al...
|03-18-2011 03:15 PM||
In an attempt to develop a more convenient splitter for these good old saws, I purchased one. Ii will not need these parts and believe they should be put to good use. Prices include shipping but local pickup (at reduced price) is welcome. I’m 30 miles east of Cincinnati. Align A Rip XRC 24/30 Fence. Dirty but undamaged. Includes nuts an...
|03-04-2011 03:54 PM||
No-Jig Pocket Holes - 8 replies
I’ve been using this technique for years using standard drill bits and short drywall screws. It recently occured to me that a longer bit would allow more angle and depth to the holes. I got some 6” aircraft bits and #6×1-5/8” trim head screws. This is a vanity drawer base face frame for my own use. Wood is ash. I sta...