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|08-19-2014 03:46 AM||
This is just too funny - 10 replies
A useful machine, and the seller is making a finalprice reduction. http://www.ebay.com/itm/G-P-Stroke-Sander-Final-price-reduction-/171235397316?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27de6ccec4
|08-18-2014 01:51 AM||
What I like about LJ and what I don't like - 30 replies
Ok. I know a lot about woodworking and I know a fairbit about how the internet works, SEO and all that. After a recent spat with admins on another woodworkingforum I’ve done some thinking about what makesLumberjocks a progressive model for a woodworkingforum that others might do well to emulate. What I like: 1. a robust and acces...
|08-16-2014 11:40 PM||
Somebody near cape cod should totally grab this... - 12 replies
It’s a rather versatile carpentry machine that cancrosscut cabinet panels using its sliding table feature and operates as an inverted miter saw and rip saw too. Bevels too. Very hard to find. https://capecod.craigslist.org/tls/4599018511.html
|07-13-2014 04:47 PM||
Somebody in LA, OC should grab this jointer - 10 replies
|06-20-2014 01:40 AM||
Name the price for this set - 18 replies
I was asked to ballpark this today. Everything in plastic laminate. The center of the console is a big glowing light table. Everything but the chairs, the big TV and the paint job on the floor. The guy didn’t sound too pleased when I told him the figure. I thought I was being pretty reasonable, but I’d like to know how you wo...
|05-31-2014 09:07 PM||
|05-25-2014 10:49 PM||
Shop-built format sliding table saw - 5 replies
I like sliding tables. I do have doubts as to whether this wooden format sliding table saw would hold up in a shopwhere more than one or two people were using it,but it’s an impressive build nonetheless, based arounda humble Gil-bilt home-made table saw kit. http://woodgears.ca/reader/hector/format.html
|05-20-2014 06:06 PM||
Stability of teak and ipe? - 2 replies
I’ve been asked to bid a bunch of chairs in these woodsusing 1/2” x 1.5” x 30” slats… about 18 per chair. Now I think teak is silly expensive so I’d want to turnas little into sawdust as possible so I’m thinking I canrip 30” long x 1.75” 5/4 blanks, then resaw on the bandsaw. Now my que...
|05-15-2014 03:36 PM||
just doing some lifting... - 12 replies
Saw is a Tannewitz JS bought pretty cheap at auction. Fortunately the motorappears to have been reconditioned, perhaps rewound in the last 30 years or so. Saw is bombproof but missing some parts that will be impossible to find,so I’ll have to make replacements. Machine is about 2000lb., though I’ve removed the sliding table parts...
|04-30-2014 12:00 AM||
Weird machine - 10 replies
Here’s an odd looking machine. Anyone have a theory what it’s for?
|04-29-2014 05:15 AM||
Old chisels - 7 replies
I wanted a bevel edge chisel in the 35mm range for veneer workso I bought a vintage one on ebay for $10 shipped. Great deal really. I reckoned the steel might be good. I’ll say this: I do believe it’s a good chisel but I spent a crazyamount of time flattening its back. Several hours… andI have a Makita wet grinder. I d...
|04-25-2014 01:46 AM||
Tree with a mind of its own... - 5 replies
|04-16-2014 07:25 PM||
Here's a table saw that bevels both ways. - 16 replies
I did not think it was possible, but it apparently is. I may just pick one up to try it out. http://www.martin.info/cms/_main/sawing/t75-prex.html
|04-03-2014 07:37 PM||
I want to make a mockup of an idea and I’ve never made a sculpted wood seat before.
|04-01-2014 05:26 AM||
How not to get pissed off at other people on forums. - 25 replies
Don’t read the off-topic stuff. That’s where you see the political venting or whatever. I never get mad at anybody here. Yet I often see interestingpeople leave for reasons that baffle me…. as I’ve rarelyeven glanced at the threads that upset these individuals. Don’t get me wrong, I think some posters are a...
|03-28-2014 12:07 AM||
Anybody padded on water based poly? - 7 replies
When I first tried water based finishes on guitars I read the finishcould be padded on like shellac. I never tried it but I’m comfortablepadding shellac and I was wondering if it’s not worth the troubleto try to get water based poly to do it. I live in California and oil based finishes have become scarce. OtherwiseI’d mix...
|03-05-2014 05:23 PM||
Check out this interesting band saw - 12 replies
|02-25-2014 05:45 AM||
Cello neck repair. Best approach? - 27 replies
My nephew’s cello took a fall.
|02-10-2014 03:43 PM||
I have some gauges that don’t work very well anymore andI’m wondering if there’s something I can do to service themor do I need to replace them to get accurate readings?
|02-07-2014 06:44 PM||
3 phase contactor, what am I looking at? - 7 replies
Here are some not very good pictures of a toasted magnetic contactor. It’s an S-C35L. It’s a 35 amp 3 phase contactor from Asia. It’s probably about 25 years old. It looks to me like the basic contactor is stacked on another thing, a base, which I think functions to provide 110v power to a pneumatic solenoid valve. It’s f...