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|01-19-2013 03:14 PM||
OK, so for the last two weeks I’ve been inching along on restoring an old Delta jointer. I have a few questions that I haven’t been able to find answers for, probably because they’re the sort of questions that only the newest of newbies would ask… Basically, I am wondering if I can use my jointer as a planer too, an...
|01-19-2013 02:47 PM||
A thorough electrolysis resource: let's make one - 3 replies
OK, I admit it… sorta cheating here. But only sorta. I’m in the middle of researching electrolysis for my own purposes, and I don’t have the best research skills, nor much of a background in chemistry, so it’s slow going. But from what I’ve learned so far, I’m pretty alarmed at some of the resources IR...
|01-19-2013 12:35 PM||
$50. Needs a tool rest, and a fair amount of TLC. And a motor, but I have those. I believe it’s 8” swing, 22” between points. I can’t imagine needing a bigger lathe, since all I really want to do is make tool handles and such. Not terribly drawn to making bowls. Maybe someday. I could imagine getting a metal la...
|01-13-2013 12:58 AM||
I’ve been putting together a shop, mostly out of junk and broken tools, brought back to life. Most recently, I picked up a little air compressor from a friend. “One day it was working, the next it wasn’t,” he said, and he’d already bought a new one. I didn’t particularly want an air compressor. Never u...
|01-09-2013 05:46 PM||
My woodworking journey, thus far, has been characterized by trying to take a bunch of seriously battered old tools and getting them back into fighting trim. And I found, after a while, that there’s something that I really love about the restoration process, not least that it’s an invaluable education in how to use the tools in quest...
|01-09-2013 02:06 PM||
Hey folks, Restoring an old jointer, and I asked my wife to pick up some Johnson’s paste wax for the beds, fence, and other unpainted metal parts. The guy at the store sent her home with some Teflon spray instead. Anybody used this stuff? Opinions for or against?
|01-03-2013 12:45 PM||
Title pretty much says it all: I’m in Southern VT, trying to learn more about building all manner of things, and I’m looking for people willing to pass on their knowledge and skill. In person. In depth. I’m unemployed for the season, so I’m long on time and short on cash, and I’ve been working at setting up a s...