Since my last blog entry (something like 2 years ago) I’ve added a few new pieces of iron to the inventory. The first of which was a mid-1960s DeWalt radial arm saw. I’m still in the process of cleaning this one up and rewiring...
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Had a pretty big weekend around here. Every year the little town I live in has a HUGE flea market that basically consumes the entire downtown area. OK, so its only about 8 square blocks, but hey, that is ALL of downtown. Anyway, I went on a sea...
Been a bit busy ‘round my place…my wife and I had our first child on October 29th. His name is William (Billy) and he’s pretty much kept me out of the shop since the day he arrived. But with a few days of vacation around the ho...
Chapter 4 of the I Can Do That Manual deals with boring tools: Drills and Awls. As with the chapter on saws, I found I’ve already got what I need to get started, but upgrades/additions to my current toolset wouldn’t be a bad idea. ...