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01-09-2013 11:02 PM

Alaska Chainsaw Mill question - 10 replies

Whew! I just finished reading all of the forum topics about the Alaska Chainsaw Mills. I had thought that my Husky 450 Rancher would be a good choice for cutting lumber from logs. It appears that it may be only an entry level saw when it comes to cutting lumber from logs. My question: I already have the saw. I only need to buy the Granbe...

10-21-2012 02:30 PM

Need tips for making box joints - 34 replies

Recently I posted a project for a wooden beer holder for six bottles. Last night my brother in law asked if I could make six of them for his reenacting group. I would like to make the holder using box joints, but I have never had luck making box joints. Particularly small box joints. I made my own box joint jig which is functionally simila...

09-27-2012 01:10 PM

Stuck, beer bottle puzzle. - 1 reply

Has anyone seen the wine bottle puzzle called “Don’t Break the Bottle”? I wanted to make my own version for a 6-pack of beer bottles. I started with this 6-pack case, but got stumped on how to implement the puzzle. My original plan was to build a wooden lid for the case and create a “lock” for the top which wa...

06-26-2012 08:27 PM

HF Dust Collector vs Grizzly Dust Collector - 19 replies

Well, I’ve just purchased and set up my 14” bandsaw from Grizzly and I have realized a need for a dust collector. After doing a search of the LJ site, and reading all of the discussion on DCs I am just about as confused as when I started. Originally, I was thinking about a 1hp, wall mounted DC which would be cheap, compact and R...


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