I have enjoyed lathe work for years. And, for some reason, getting completely covered with saw dust was a woodworking badge of honor. Not to mention the look of horror on my wife’s face when I tried to get back into the house. Then, I ...
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I have noticed any number of shop vacuums are being manufactured under a variety of brand names with a large On/Off rocker switch on top. The switch is failure prone. Saw dust and fine wood chips can accumulate on top of the vac and work their w...
After more than 50 years as a wordworking hobbyist, I still find terms that are a mystery to me. Old salty woodworkers or unsalted newbies may want to bookmark this on-line reference: Break Your Arris. Other on-line references or out of round ...