|View Firewoodking's:||home||workshop||projects (2)||blog (1)||reviews (0)||forum topics (5)||buddies (3)||favorites (20)||activity log|
|1571 days ago||
just got an older model craftsman jointer/planer - 11 replies
My boss had an old craftsman jointer/planer model # 113 206931. It is in kinda rough shape. Is it worth putting the money into this one to refurb it or is it better to just buy a new table top planer. I am on a budget as most are now adays. Any recommendations on the replacement blades? It is a 6 1/2 in model. The feed table is not in bad shape....
|1677 days ago||
I joined LJ about a month or so ago after doing lots and lots of woodworking research (i like to really get into my hobbies lol). This is without a doubt the best forum i have seen….period. Some great people here have helped me tramendously already with advice personally and through prior forums….aka Becky. Thanks to all of you. My n...
|1683 days ago||
how to make 45 degree angles? - 13 replies
I am just starting out and i am having issues making 45 degree angles. I know how to adjust the saw blade on my table saw but how do i make sure to cut the angle to match the dimension i want? Example: i am trying my luck at building a small box using 1/4” poplar. How do i cut the 45 on the side pieces to match? And the sides? I know this ...
|1698 days ago||
I was looking for any assistance on how to possibly thin down some stock (nothing in particular at the moment) if you dont have a planer. I bought a hand plane but i certainly dont know how to utilize it properly. Just starting out in woodcrafting, i am heavy into researching all my queries as they hit me….so in true form, here i am again
|1698 days ago||
I recently bought a starter table saw. It is the $100 Ryobi from Home Depot one. I am not sure but i seem to recall somewhere reading that they will not accept dado blades. Does anyone know if it is or is not possible to utilize one on this table saw?