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|08-05-2014 04:56 AM||
Work sharp 3000 for sale. - 5 replies
I have an almost brand new worksharp 3000 with original box I’m looking to sell. Has only been used about three times. Includes everything except the sandpaper. Looking for 100 plus shipping. Let me know if you have any questions.
|11-26-2013 12:54 AM||
Worksharp 3000 - 1 reply
Hey everyone, I have a barely used worksharp 3000 that I’m looking to sell. I’m asking 100 plus shipping. It has only been used a handful of times and works very well. It will include the work sharp, a glass disk and a slotted disk. It will need sandpaper as I have used the paper it came with. Please let me know if you have any ques...
|09-12-2013 01:23 AM||
Worksharp 3000 for sale. - 6 replies
I have an extra worksharp 3000 that I’m looking to sell. It’s used, but very little. It will come with one glass disk and one slotted disk. Please let me know if you have any questions. I’m asking 125 for it or best offer.
|08-29-2013 09:10 PM||
Worksharp 3000 - 2 replies
Hey everyone, I have an extra worksharp 3000 and don’t have much use for it. I’m looking to sell it but I’d also trade it to someone. I’d like to make this a local deal because I’m guessing shipping the worksharp wouldn’t be too cheap but will ship if need be. I’m located in northeast Philadelphia.
|07-19-2013 09:35 PM||
Worksharp 3000 with many extras for sale. - 8 replies
I have a brand new worksharp 3000 in box for sale. On top of everything that comes in the box I am including 3 extra glass wheels, an extra slotted wheel, a surface conditioning wheel and a bunch of extra sandpaper. Two 400, two 1200 grit slotted papers. Two 80, four 120, four 220, three 400, two 1000 grit solid papers. The solid paper are repl...
|07-13-2013 03:26 AM||
Your sharpening setup - 31 replies
Hi everyone, I’m looking into getting a new method of sharpening my tools, I’ve been using the worksharp 3000 for a little over a year but don’t feel I’m getting the best results so I want to switch. I am leaning towards the naniwa superstones specifically the 1000 and 8000 grit stones. I’m also considering getting ...
|07-11-2013 10:09 PM||
Sharpening - 4 replies
Hey all, I have a worksharp 3000 (have had it for over a year) but in the past month or so I’ve been having problems with it. The wheel doesn’t turn on a perfect path to wobbles a good amount. This is causing me to have very uneven blade backs. The wheels have never turned perfectly straight and I’ve never gotten good backs fro...
|07-01-2013 12:33 AM||
Router plane - 3 replies
Hi all, I’m looking to get a router plane, I’m considering either a lee valley plane, a plane made by one of my favorite wooden hand tool makers and making one myself. I have a few questions for the more experienced hand tool woodworkers. First, does it make a huge difference between metal and wood bodied router planes? I have used b...
|07-16-2012 03:08 AM||
Workbench - 5 replies
Hey all, I just reorganized my shop and love the way it’s come out. There’s one thing that I’m missing in my shop, I need a decent workbench. I don’t have a workbench, I have just a regular table that has worked pretty well but as I’ve gotten more into using hand tools it’s just not sturdy enough. Ive been loo...
|07-06-2012 03:49 AM||
Harbor freight plane. - 24 replies
After trying to buy a stanley number 40 for months and just not being willing to pay 100 dollars for one i figured I had to figure something out until I found a good deal on one. So after watching stumpy nubs and seeing he basically had the same problem I copied his idea to get one of these and use it as a scrub plane. In the video he says he ma...
|07-04-2012 08:14 AM||
Sharpening - 15 replies
Has anyone ever read this? http://www3.telus.net/BrentBeach/Sharpen/sharpen.html For one it’s one of the most confusing things I’ve ever read and two he says a lot of things that are contradictory to a lot of things I’ve read about sharpening. I use a worksharp with the sandpaper or my worksharp with different buffing compounds...
|06-15-2012 01:36 AM||
What drew you in? - 88 replies
I want to hear everyone’s reason for getting into woodworking. I have heard a few really nice stories of people who got into woodworking through their grandfather taking them out to his shop when they were very young. I’m sure there are a ton of different reasons to start into the woodworking world but what is that reason? Unfortunat...
|06-08-2012 05:38 AM||
Who agrees? - 43 replies
Now this may not apply for all. For the people where money isnt an issue or for people who aren’t addicted to spending money on tools or anything else shop related this probably doesn’t apply to you. For me I don’t have unlimited funds but I am definitely addicted to spending money for the betterment of my shop. I usually spend...
|06-03-2012 05:42 AM||
Table saw question - 28 replies
Im having the same problem that it seems a lot of people hve, when I raise the blade it changes the alignment by way too much. My saw is a jet proshop. From what I’m reading this is going to be a tough fix if it can be fixed at all, what I just checked and found out is that I bought my saw on march 12 which means of I’m going to retu...
|06-02-2012 09:52 PM||
Tablesaw problem any ideas? - 6 replies
My jet proshop table saw just started having problems out of nowhere. My saw wasn’t makin square 90• cuts, I checked with my woodpeckers saw gauge and found it was off about .010 so I readjusted and got it to within .001 I started making cuts and noticed again it wasn’t cutting square. So I checked with the saw gauge again and this t...
|05-31-2012 05:28 PM||
Horrendous first trip to lumberyard - 37 replies
Just got back from my first trip to a lumberyard and it couldn’t have gone any worse. A few days ago I found a lumberyard not too far from me (btw its the only lumberyard within an hour and a half) so I emailed them about their lumber and prices etc. I never received an email back so I had the day off today so I took a ride over. I walk in...
|05-29-2012 05:31 AM||
Lumberyard philadelphia area? - 2 replies
Hey all, I’m currently looking for a good lumberyard in or around Philly. Or for a way to search for one? Any time I try to search for lumberyards it sends me to places with the word lumber in their an,w but none are lumber yards. I know bout the great reputation of hearne hardwoods and I do plan to go there but only on rare occasions as i...
|05-23-2012 09:06 PM||
Auto car superstore? - 6 replies
I was just looking on google for bandsaws and I seen that one store had the grizzly g0555 for 406 dollars so I clicked it and sure enough they were selling it for 406 dollars, then I seen the grizzly 0555x which is 799 plus 100 shipping at grizzly for 556 plus 7 dollars shipping. Something doesn’t seem right. I just bought the grizzly 0555...
|05-17-2012 12:34 AM||
Bandsaw question - 7 replies
Quick question. Is the fact that a blade runs true on the crown of a bandsaw mean that the wheels are definitely coplanar to eachother?
|05-16-2012 10:14 PM||
New bandsaw user could use some help - 13 replies
Hey all, I just received my bandsaw today. I set it up and everything was going great the wheels were aligned perfectly the blade ran true and I had it tensioned what I thought was perfectly. Soared the first test run I went back to my manual to finish up any other adjustments and the manual told me that the tensioning adjustments weren’t ...