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|357 days ago||
What is this blotch and how do I fix it? - 13 replies
I built a nightstand / bedside table to go with the bed that I made. Today, I found this: I’m not sure how I could apply a coat of stain, 4 coats of finish and two coats of wax and never notice this! I’ve used the same combination of stain / finish / wax on other projects and never had a problem. Stain: 1 coat of Minwax G...
|693 days ago||
Blaklader Workwear Bantam Kangaroo Vest - 1 reply
Anyone have one of these? I ordered one this week from Amazon but had to return it because it was WAY WAY too small. I ordered an XXL and I could barely get it zipped up even with the extended zipper. I was curious if these typically run small. It fit me more like a XL would have. Thanks,
|699 days ago||
Bosch Colt PR20 - 5 replies
Does anyone have this router that could tell me the motor diameter? They have a base that I would like to try on my trim router if it will fit. Thanks, c
|720 days ago||
Plane Till Rake - 1 reply
How much rake should a plane till have? I should clarify that I want to build one and I don’t want to have to add ties to hang the planes from, just sit in the till. Does 8° sound about right?
|725 days ago||
Staves with Compound Miters - 22 replies
I need a little help. I have a project in my head, an 8 sided waste basket that’s wider at the top then the bottom. How in the world do I cut the staves? The staves need to be 4-3/8” at the top and 3-1/2” at the bottom with a 22.5° miter. It’s not a lot of tapper but the bottom should set just about 1” in from ...
|783 days ago||
Bandsaw Table, what the pin for? - 7 replies
This seems like a silly question to me but what is that pin for sticking in the side of my Band Saw table? The one that you have to remove to change the blade. I know it has a purpose or Delta wouldn’t have spent the money to add it. thanks,
|789 days ago||
Donkey Ear - 2 replies
Does anyone know of any resources that talk about how to build a Donkey Ear? The concept of a Donkey Ear is fairly straight forward but I was wondering how you go about calibrating one. I’ve also seen different styles and was curious about the advantages / disadvantages or each. thanks, c
|791 days ago||
Jointing an edge that is tearing out, what to do? - 20 replies
I ran into a situation that I just couldn’t get passed tonight, I should say get passed easily. I re-sawed some 3/4 walnut to make a 1/4” thick glued up a panel. I will normally joint the edges of the pieces that need it with my Veritas low angle jointer using the “fold it like a book method.” This method usually works ...
|819 days ago||
Workbench as an Outfeed Table - 12 replies
For those of you that use your workbench as an outfeed table, what do you do about the miter slots? My outfeed table doubles as my workbench. As an outfeed table, it the tops. It’s 4’x4’ with a laminated top, lots of storage underneath and I can even hide stuff on the floor under it. As a workbench, not so much. It doesn...
|821 days ago||
Free Walnut - You pay Shipping - 13 replies
I have some Black Walnut that I’m not going to bother with. You can have it if you pay for the shipping. It’s just small pieces that I cut off of the ends of longer boards, some have some dry rot. It is what it is. Its enough walnut to fill the box that my Delta Band Saw Riser came in. If you really need to know the bf, I can me...
|825 days ago||
Band Saw insert sits too low - 11 replies
The insert on my new Delta band saw sits too low. This causes the workpiece to catch when cutting. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to go about getting it up the the same height of the table top? Thanks.
|829 days ago||
Belt Size for 10" Delta Contractor Saw - 5 replies
Peachtree had a $20 sale last week and I got a set of In-Line Industries pullies for my saw but it didn’t come with the link belt. Does anyone know what size belt is on a 10” Delta Contractor Saw? I’ve enclosed the rear end of my saw and it’s a PITA to take it apart and I can’t see the number from the top. I see...
|834 days ago||
Band Saw Blade Guide Replacements - 1 reply
I FINALLY broke down and bought a new band saw. I got the riser block and the Kreg fence for it. I still need to swap out the blade guides. I’m not going to spend the $160 at this time for roller guides but $15 – $22 for replacement blade guides is easy to justify. Is there any advantage to Cool Blocks over the Ceramic Blocks? T...
|849 days ago||
Madison WI - 3 replies
I’m going to be in Madison over the weekend, is there any “be sure not to miss this place” that I should add to the list? I plan on stopping by the Woodcraft store to just do a little browsing. Thanks.
|1013 days ago||
Table Saw Thrust Washer - 1 reply
Anyone have a source for new TS 5/8 thrust washers? I’ve tried to flatten mine and I think I’ve only made it worse. The blades have a wobble visible to the naked eye now. So much for being handy. x
|1034 days ago||
Hook And Loop - 5 replies
Anyone know of a source for Hook Loop? I want to make a sanding block that uses the same 5” round H&L paper as my ROS. I assume that not all H&L is created equal?? Thanks,
|1035 days ago||
My LumberJocks link not working - 12 replies
The My Lumberjocks link in the upper right hand corner has stop working for me. I’m using FireFox. when I hover the mouse over the My LumberJocks icon, the link shows up on the information bar at the bottom of FireFox but when I click the icon, nothing happens. Anyone else having the same problem? Just found out that the Bold, Italic...
|1036 days ago||
Stair Tread Overlays - 12 replies
A friend at work asked me last week if I could help him re-tread his stairs, currently carpeted. Anyone have any tips on how to go about cutting the end off of the existing treads so that I can overlay a new tread?
|1049 days ago||
Morse Taper / Jacobs Taper Identification help - 9 replies
I would like to get a new chuck, a smaller one for smaller bits, for my Drill Press. It’s a Morse Taper Chuck but I’m having troubles positively identifying the taper. It’s a metric chuck and it’s stamped 3-16mm B16. B16? I was expecting a JT number. Is this a metric thing that I’m unfamiliar with? I was hopin...
|1054 days ago||
Concrete Floors and Mobile Bases - 10 replies
How do combat the unevenness of a concrete floor with mobile bases? I see lots of great ideas for the shop that are on wheels but my floor is so uneven, it must have been pored by a herd of first graders, that rolling anything on it is an exercise in tippy-toppy table top.