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2215 days ago

All About Masonary Anchors - 2 replies

Very good article…....http://fasteners.hardwarestore.com/learning/working-with-masonry-anchors.aspx

2230 days ago

Stanley Planes - 1 reply

Comprehensive information re: Stanley Planes at: http://www.supertool.com/StanleyBG/stan1.htm

2237 days ago

Using a Framing Square - 14 replies

There’s some good information on using a framing square in the layout process at: http://www.woodsmith.com/issues/174/videos/layout-tricks-with-a-framing-square/

2320 days ago

Need Help with ClearVue Cyclone - 4 replies

Does anyone have a ClearVue Cyclone with the two pole relay switch? I need to know if the 110 volt leads go to the connections on the long side of the switch and the 220 volt leads go on the connections on the short sides of the switch. There were no instructions with the switch and I am unable to find anything on the internet. This is the sa...

2336 days ago

Ryobi RA 200 & RA 202 Recall - 1 reply

Both of these radial arm saws are older models, but I wanted to share this recall. They are being recalled because of the motor housing can break during use, causing the blade to come off of the saw! I have one of these older saws and did not know about this hazard until yesterday. Glad I found out, because I was planning to put it in my new ...

2336 days ago

New Woodsmith Show on Public TV - 4 replies

There is a new television program call “The Woodsmith Shop” from the people at “Woodsmith Magazine”. It is going to be available soon. Go to: www.WoodsmithShop.com for more information. To check to see if it is available in your area go to: http://www.woodsmithshop.com/schedule/?from=email

2337 days ago

Bosch SCMS 4410L +/- $600.00 - 1 reply

This saw has all the bells and whistles. Once you get over the shock of all the knobs and buttons and read the manual, you will see that it is quite simple to operate. This is the description of the saw as posted by a sales outlet: “10”, Dual Bevel Slide Miter Saw With Up Front Controls & Laser Tracking, 15A Motor, 4,800 RPM, Up F...

2346 days ago

Interesting Article re: Workbenches..building new or repairing old - 2 replies

http://www.popularwoodworking.com/articledisplay?id=14875

2347 days ago

Drill Doctor 750X - 7 replies

I bought a Drill Doctor and am happy with the results of my first sharpening, however, I was dismayed to find that it will not sharpen brad point bits. It can sharpen standard bits either 118 or 135 degrees, masonary bits. and split point bits….all up to 3/4 inch. The smaller size bits that tend to be 3 inches and shorter are a little di...

2358 days ago

Epoxy Paint or Colored Sealer for Shop Floor? - 12 replies

I just talked with the General Contractor who is building my shop. He tells of having his showroom floor professionally painted with epoxy paint. He initially loved it, but now hates it. It is pealing and looks awful. I have a new cement slab which I planned to epoxy paint, and have heard some good things about it from a few lumberjocks. ...

2398 days ago

HELP PLEASE Sound Proofing Dust Collector & Compressor Noise - 10 replies

Can anyone give advise on how to sound proof a little room containing the dust collector, which is inside the shop? I thought about putting it outside of the shop, but the problem remains because I have one neighbor who might be bothered by the noise. It is easier to just keep it within the workshop, but I don’t want to listen to it eith...


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