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11-24-2014 10:00 PM

Problems applying thinned salad bowl finish to end- grain cutting boards - 2 replies

Hi everyone. I’ve searched for an answer to this question everywhere and can’t seem to figure out what is wrong. I’m hoping the community has some advice for me! The problem: when I’m ready to finish a cutting board, the finish I use fails to seep into the end grain. For the most part, it just hovers on top and threate...

08-11-2014 11:12 PM

Butcher Block Kitchen Island - 0 replies

Hi everyone! I’m an amateur and I’ve been creating beautiful cutting boards for a few years, selling some to friends here and there, and I’ve built quite a nice little shop in the basement of my Sacramento, CA home. I’ve been commissioned to build the top for a kitchen island prep table for friends who have just bought...

05-07-2013 07:33 AM

Advice on buying a used drum sander - 10 replies

I’m in the market for a smaller drum sander, so I’m looking online for a used one. I’m an amateur woodworker with a quaint basement shop. I’m doing things like cutting boards and smaller pieces of art. I plan on doing some furniture in the future. I found this on Craigslist near me: http://sacramento.craigslist.org/...

03-10-2013 09:04 PM

Trash Can Seperator Question - 7 replies

Once again, I’ve returned to my favorite place to ask questions! This time about dust collection. I’ve read a lot of forums, Bill Pentz’s work, etc…. With all of that, I still have a question. I bought a nice used Jet DC-1000c for my basement workshop. The DC unit has a 6” intake, but came with a Y that sits on t...

01-03-2013 01:56 AM

Dust collection question - 6 replies

Hi everyone! I’m getting more serious about dust collection for my little shop in my basement. I’m a casual woodworker, so I’m trying to keep my dust collection expenses reasonable. For background, I have a Grizzly cabinet TS, Router and router table, Delta 14” Bandsaw, a Rigid Planer, Grizzly Jointer, and a couple of var...

09-25-2012 07:11 PM

Dust Collection - Jet DC-1100c - is it a good deal? - 9 replies

Someone wants to sell me a Jet DC-110c dust collection unit. It’s in great shape, filter canister on top and he’s going to throw in his flex tubing. $300. I’m a hobbyist and my shop is in my basement and it’s about 14’ by 24’. I have a Grizzly cabinet saw, router table, planer, scroll saw, jointer, and mite...

09-17-2012 07:17 PM

Band Saw Purchase Advice - 62 replies

Hi everyone! I’ve been combing Craigslist for a quality used band saw. I don’t have the money to purchase the kind of quality machine that I’d like, but I also don’t want to go to my local home depot and drop $250 on something that I’ll outgrow very quickly and can’t do the job for me. I’m a weekend wood...

08-30-2012 12:37 AM

Advice on how to make a specific dado cut - 16 replies

I’d love some input on this one. I’ve been racking my brain for a way to do with without just nibbling away at it with my table saw. I’m making a set if sushi plates for my father. I have a design in mind, but I can’t quite figure it out! I need to cut two an angled dados into the bottom of the plate – at a 12...

07-06-2012 11:29 PM

Advice on a used Table Saw Purchase - Grizzly 1023RL - 15 replies

HELP! I’m thinking about buying a used table saw and I want to make the right decision! I’m so excited to finally step up from my craftsman (I heard that groan) table saw to a cabinet saw. I feel like I’m ready for a table saw that’s more solid and can handle more than what I have now iwth much more precision. I have b...


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