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|12-23-2009 03:29 AM||
Need Circular Saw Blade Recommendations - 5 replies
Hi Guys, I’d like to replace my standard circular saw 24-tooth blade with a good quality, general purpose blade. In the May, 2009 edition of Wood Magazine, they recommended a Freud TK303, 40-tooth, thin-kerf blade. Looking on Freud’s website, I can’t find a listing for that model number. I’m assuming it’s been...
|12-23-2009 01:35 AM||
Bathroom Cabinet Materials Questions - 9 replies
Hi Guys, I need to build a bathroom cabinet, and would like to know which is the best material to use for the carcase? I’m thinking some sort of pre-finished plywood, but need recommedations. I am thinking of using poplar for the doors, as it is a solid wood, and takes paint well, as the cabinet will be painted. Any help is greatl...
|12-19-2009 08:59 AM||
What's The Best General Purpose Bandsaw Blade? - 7 replies
I am in need of a new bandsaw blade, and I’d like to know specifically, how many TPI and what size is the best as a general purpose blade. All help is much appreciated!
|12-03-2009 04:06 AM||
Cutting Board Wood? Finish? - 7 replies
Hi Guys, I’d like to make some smaller, simple cutting boards as holiday gifts. What is the best wood species to use, and what is the best finish? Thanks!
|11-06-2009 06:39 AM||
Countdown Timer - 3 replies
Hi Guys, I am looking for a countdown timer to use when charging my cordless tools batteries. I’ve looked for something like this at Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Ace Hardware without success. What I want is a digital countdown timer that will countdown from 3 hours, in 30 minute intervals, and then shut off. I will hook it up to my ...
|11-03-2009 08:09 AM||
Delta T2 Table Saw Fence - 6 replies
Does anyone know if Delta (or Delta/Porter Cable) still makes the T2 fence? I can’t seem to find it on their website, or Lowes website…...
|10-28-2009 03:56 AM||
Hi Guys, I inherited a 1950’s vintage Craftsman table saw with a cast-iron table. The blade is not precisely parallel to the miter groove, being about 1/16” off, on the front to back length of the blade. The two trunions attach to the underside of the table, via 3 bolts on each trunion. There appears to be no adjustablility ...