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|01-17-2009 11:22 PM||
My New Baby Powermatic #81 - 15 replies
Well fellow jocks and those that appreciate the old titan tools of the past have I got one for you. I was at an auction and found this beauty and won it for 400$. Now I know there is some restoration involved and if I had 3-phase power it is ready to go. Since I don’t have 3-phase and it seems that a converter is kind of pricey, but cer...
|11-16-2007 05:52 PM||
SawStop does it make us safer or more careless? - 67 replies
Hello to all, in my last woodworking class that I had on Tues. the teacher and I had a pretty good debate about the Saw stop table saw. I am sure that most everyone has heard of these saws and how they are suppose to prevent tablesaw injuries. Let me give some background on some of the subject, I am a steelworker and I work at the caster and ...
|11-09-2007 05:07 AM||
To pocket hole or not to pocket hole. - 12 replies
My next project is a mission style futon with three drawers under it. So lets start here, the wood I am using is 4/4 red oak. So here are my first two mistakes most of us know that once you mill 4/4 you are now about 5/8” on your material. A lesson learned in a dumb way. And I am starting to find that red oak is prone to cracking when ...