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|7 days ago||
Newbie trying to Maintaining Maximum Control - 7 replies
I am new at this Scrollsawing thing and as usual I am finding a wealth of information on Lumberjocks. I downloaded Joanne Lockwood’s article titled Maintaining Maximum Control and I want to try my hand at cutting the various patterns on the Practice Boards. What blades would you recommend that I use for the patterns 1 through 8? Mi...
|23 days ago||
Cutting Board Question - 7 replies
I was curious as to what sawblade the various LJ Cutting Board Gurus use/recommend to cross cut long grain glued up blanks prior to the end grain glue ups?
|75 days ago||
Anyone in south Florida with a CNC machine - 0 replies
Is there anyone near the south end of Palm Beach County with a CNC machine that could help me with a small project? It is fairly basic. Send me a PM with your contact information and I will give you the specifics. Bill
|90 days ago||
Barbecue Plates - 1 reply
Any thoughts on what domestically available hardwood that should be used to make plates similar to ones shown on Amazon? The ones for sale are made from “Acacia” wood. I would assume that something like Red Oak would be a poor choice and that hard Maple would be a better choice. Any suggestions? http://www.amazon.com/Fox-Run-...
|189 days ago||
Stanley No. 98 Side Rabbet Plane - 2 replies
Stanley No. 98 (Right) side Rabbet Plane. Made between 1896 to 1942. Cast Iron with nickel plating, rosewood knob and reversible nose piece. $80 including shipping to the CONUS.
|189 days ago||
A Pair of 6's - 1 reply
I have two Stanley No. 6s for sale. One is a 6 C, Type 9 (1902-1907) and the other is a Type 20 (1962-1967). The rear tote on the 6C has been reglued and is missing the the top. The mouth was repaired by the previous owner but it otherwise is in sound condition. A portion of the front knob on the Type 20 has been reglued. Let me...
|200 days ago||
Swirl Cutting Board - 0 replies
Can any of you direct me to information on how to make a Swirl Cutting Board (one that looks like a maze)? I’ve googled both Swirl and Spiral cutting boards and I didn’t get much useful information. There is an older post here on LJs about making a Swirl Cutting Board but I’d like to get a little more information before I giv...
|201 days ago||
From the internet: “A toy-sized block plane, designed to be used with one hand. It has a squirrel tail iron handle at its rear, which rests nicely in the palm of the hand. The handle has a hole drilled in it so that the tool can be hung out of the way. The plane is particularly suited for miniature and model work. A simple screw-activated...
|217 days ago||
Delta 1172 Tenoning Jig - 4 replies
I have a Delta 1172 cast iron tenoning jig for sale. It is in very good condition with the original grey paint. There is some surface rust (this is South Florida!) but it will clean up nicely. All parts are original. Price is $225 plus shipping. E-mail me if you want more pictures, somehow the full images aren’t ...
|251 days ago||
Help with Breast Drill - 4 replies
Can anyone help me identify this Breast Drill? There are absolutely no manufacturer’s name, markings, model number or etceteras on it that I can find. It looks similar to a Miller Falls drill that I have but there are no such similar drills shown on the various MFs related websites that I have viewed.
|257 days ago||
Leaning Tower of Shelves - 2 replies
Would anyone have a copy of the Google Sketch Up file that Cantil3V3R was offering to share when he first posted this project back in 2009? http://lumberjocks.com/projects/22815. I want to make a similar set of shelves and the one item that I can’t quite figure out are the various shelf depths. I would contact the OP but it appears th...