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08-06-2015 10:29 PM

Double jaw moving vise question...? - 4 replies

Hello, My google-fu seems to be failing me so I am sure I am searching for the wrong thing. I am trying to find a vise I can mount to a table, which has two moving jaws that move back and forth from the center. I am finding some things similar to what I need where both jaws move aganst a third stationary member, but I just need one that’...

02-12-2015 09:24 PM

Hinged lid hardware needed.... Not sure what it is called. - 2 replies

Hello, I’m trying to find hardware that can be used to adjust a box lid open, and lock in position. Im not sure what it is called so my google-fu is not finding what I need. What I saw on a large wooden box is turn-buckle looking piece that turned and expanded, then locked with a locknut to hold the position. Anyone know what this might...

01-25-2011 10:14 PM

.280 or 7/25 router bit?? - 3 replies

Hi there, Anyone know where I might get a .280 or 7/25 flat tip router bit, 1/4 shank? Having one made is going to be too expensive…. Garp

01-12-2011 09:22 PM

Vise advice? - 1 reply

Hi, I need a flat mounted vise with 2-3 inch jaw height. .... Something like this drill press vise but with taller jaws and a rotating base would be a dream. The rotating base is not mandatory but would be nice. Anyone know where i might find one, I have tried the usual suspects.

01-05-2011 08:56 PM

Utah Lumberjocks? - 3 replies

Howdy, Im just getting my shop started, here in Lehi. I have built a wood duplicator and have been turning gunstocks as a hobby/quasi-commercial endeavor. Just thought it would be cool to get in touch with other locals. Garp

12-15-2010 06:39 PM

Duplicator bits and styluses? - 1 reply

Or is it ‘styli’? Anyway, I have put together a gunstock duplicator using some commercial and home-brew components but am not too happy with the bits and styluses that I received. Essentially the router bits have matching non-cutting nylon or metal bits the same shape as the cutting bit, which trace the original piece. Anyone k...

11-12-2010 01:05 AM

Polishing Acrylic Stabilized wood? - 3 replies

Hi, Ive been trying out making .45 pistol grips from acrylic reserved wood. I just can’t seem to get their finish polished right. Anyone have experience with buffing/polishing these to a shine?

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