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|04-21-2016 05:37 PM||
Oklahoma City Lumberjock Help Needed - 3 replies
I found a tool on OKC Craigslist that I would like to purchase. The lady whom I talked with is not interested in mailing the package or dealing with someone on the internet. I am in Montana. So I was wondering if a lumberjock might act as an intermediary and help me make the purchase. if so please contact me and we can work out details for payme...
|02-11-2016 11:03 PM||
I want to cut some slabs, maybe not right terminology, from 3-4” diameter branchs. The slabs would be roughly 10” long, 3-4” tall and roughly 5/8” thick and cut on the bias or diagonally across the branch. I would like to do it on the bandsaw and safely but not sure how to support the work. I suppose I could make a small...
|03-12-2015 07:53 PM||
Advice on wood/plywood for painted cabinets - 3 replies
My wife and I are designing new kitchen cabinets for a major remodel. She wants to paint the cabinets and not sure if cabinets will be off white or some warmer color. Cabinet doors and drawer fronts will be a frame and panel design. I am wondering what the advice is from lumberjocks on what wood and plywood for panels would be best suited for p...
|04-07-2011 11:44 PM||
Jointing and Surfacing "green " wood - 2 replies
I am going to bend some green white oak for chair arms and they are 1” x 5/8”. Before I upgraded my jointer and planer I used my old three blade jointer and 12 inch delta planer to get them shaped from rough stock I had cut on my bandsaw. The current jointer and planer have the carbide insert spiral cutterheads and the manual says n...
|04-05-2011 10:33 PM||
Search Function - 17 replies
How do we do a search? I can’t find the search window I was used to using in the upper right.
|12-17-2010 09:38 PM||
Routing Inlay Beginners Question - 3 replies
I am beginning an inlay for a cutting board and have confused myself about the direction of travel to move the router and creating a climbing cut. Let’s say you are routing a circle. Would you always move the router in a clockwise direction? On part of the circle would it be a climbing cut? Thanks in advance for clearing the fog I have cr...
|09-02-2010 05:14 PM||
Shellac flakes in a lump - 5 replies
My son gave me a jar of shellac flakes that has morphed into an irregular lump. Any thoughts how I can salvage or use small amounts of it for small batches of shellac. I would guess there is somewhere around a pound in the bottom of jar. Thanks LJs
|06-15-2010 06:47 PM||
Need a used banjo - 1 reply
I am looking for a used banjo for a Powermatic Model 90 restoration project and I also need one of the sheaves for the varible speed drive. Do any lumberjocks have some old Powermatic lathe parts they would like to sell, or recommendations where I might search for one. Any idea on what a used banjo would cost?
|04-01-2010 05:52 PM||
I am looking for a used lathe and have seen some powermatic model 90 lathes in at least three different colors.Green, a reddish brown color, and a gold color. Does color indicate production date and which is the most recent. When were the model 90’s made? How about Model 45’s? And what was before the 3520A? Thanks for any help and if...
|02-03-2010 12:56 AM||
Penn State Grinder - 1 reply
Does anyone have any experience or recommendation on Penn State’s 8” 2 speed grinder. I have been looking for a grinder to sharpen lathe tools primarily and locally there is little to choose from. How about Woodcrafts 8”?Thanks
|01-07-2010 07:11 PM||
Spindle Duplicator - 2 replies
Could anyone recommend a duplicator for an older delta lathe. One with a short learning curve and not a lot of tinkering and readjustment would be preferred. Thanks
|10-12-2009 06:39 PM||
Pine legs for a Windsor Chair? - 4 replies
I was practicing turning spindle legs yesterday with some “blue pine” and the color or pattern of blue stain in the turning is very attractive. So now I am wondering what the down side of using this pine for chair legs would be. Any thoughts. The pine is actually from a ponderosa pine or commonly known in western Montana as yellow pi...
|04-07-2009 12:21 AM||
I was getting ready to order an 8” jointer from Grizzly when I realized some of the work I plan on doing requires glueing up 9 1/2” boards. I am wondering if any one has experience with the 10” jointers or any recommendations?
|03-18-2009 11:50 PM||
Hall Tree Joinery? - 3 replies
I have an old hall tree that I would like to use for a pattern for making a couple for my children. The joint(s) in question are: what are the joints for the side and front attached to the leg with. The old one looks like it has a butt joint with a wood block(gusset?) glued in place inside in each corner. The front legs are continous up the fron...
|03-10-2009 10:42 PM||
Cyclone vs bag dust collector - 12 replies
I have a 900 sq ft shop with all the normal equipment except a dust collector. I was hoping to get some pros and cons of the cyclones compared to the bag collectors. They basically have similar performances but how about the ease of changing out bags/drums, noise, any difference in frequency of changing? How about the filter looking affairs vs t...
|02-05-2009 08:52 PM||
Spiral cutting heads worth the investment? - 3 replies
I am getting ready to upgrade to my jointer and planer and am looking at the Grizzly 8” jinter and 15” planer.Are the spiral cutting heads worth the investment? I will be using them for a small furniture shop. The noise reduction and indexable cutters is appealing to me. Does anyone have experience with any of grizzly units and have ...