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|11-11-2010 03:43 AM||
Roll top desk - 4 replies
Got another question on a roll top desk I plan on building. I’ll try to describe this the best I can but. If you take a look at the link I provided. Now on the back section of the top the middle stile carries up to the top of the hutch. Now the tambour needs a groove to ride in. How does the groove carry on through the panel. http://...
|10-31-2010 04:27 AM||
Tambour groove - 4 replies
Hey guys, quick question here. I plan on building an roll top desk, I’ve been drawing up plans and working on prototypes. All is well but I cannot figure out how to route a groove to accept the tambour. It has to be dead accurate and it has to be done twice. (one on each side) I do have a router but I can’t figure out a jig to route ...
|09-12-2010 06:58 AM||
607 plane help. - 5 replies
I have an #7 Stanley plane that I am looking for info on. I want to do a few things to it but before I do I want to make sure its nothing special or rare. Its an Stanley #7 plane. On the plane its self is says 607 in the front, and on the rear of it, it says PAT’D APR.2-95. The frog says STANLEY on the adjustment lever and it also has a...
|08-11-2010 03:24 AM||
Table saw ID - 1 reply
Hello, I’ve been keeping my eye out for a new table saw. Well not new, I wanted to get an older on and fix it up myself. Money is very tight here. :p I’ve been keeping my eyes out on craigslist and finally, I came across this. http://newjersey.craigslist.org/tls/1829439640.html Does anyone know what model it could be? I think i...
|03-03-2010 01:21 AM||
End grain workbench. - 13 replies
Well I got to thinking since everyone makes end grain cutting boards. Why not make an end grain work bench? Just the top half rather. I would like to give it a try out of some fir. Are there any cons with this however? My biggest concerns are, one, the ends could split with a chisel slip, but wrapping it with 4/4 oak should solve that (I hope...
|06-30-2009 04:28 AM||
I think I made out alright. - 5 replies
Well, I’ve been dying for a bandsaw and a chainsaw for a long time now. Came across this guy with a bandsaw over CraigsList. Went to check it out and he also had a Stihl chainsaw. Picked them up both for 300 bucks after talkin to him for about a hour. Its the older Rigid bandsaw. I’ve heard it is better than the new model. It don&...
|06-25-2009 01:57 AM||
10x10 shop - 9 replies
Hello, well to start off I work in a corner of a very packed garage. Room isn’t really there (12 foot by 5 foot out) and my father is flipping out about the dust. I want to build a 10×10 shed and run power to it. 100 square feet is the limit without having to get permits and whatnot around here. I plan on having my table saw a bandsaw...
|06-17-2009 03:30 AM||
Jointer Plane parts, original? - 9 replies
I picked up a Stanley No.7 Jointer Plane 607 off of Ebay. I’m not sure is these are the original screws for the handles. I thought they were a threaded rod with a brass top. Correct me if I’m wrong. Here are some pictures. http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a357/zerologic/HPIM0761.jpghttp://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a357/zerologic...
|06-01-2009 04:59 AM||
STANLEY NO. 607 JOINTER PLANE. - 11 replies
Well, I picked one up off of Ebay intending to actually use it. I would love to restore it and get her back to looking like new. The tote and frog are cracked. I was going to replace them with two pieces of curly maple and sandwiched an ebony strip in the middle for looks. The screws for the tote and frog on it aren’t original either so I ...
|03-05-2009 06:02 AM||
Shop Vac - 13 replies
Hows everyone doing? I’m looking for a shop vac to use as a dust collection for my garage. I have very and I mean VERY little room in my garage, (10 foot wall with a bench that extends almost two feet) So a dust collection is out of the question, plus money being so tight. I need one somewhat fast also cause my father is tired of having sa...
|12-30-2008 04:23 AM||
Whats up guys. Let me start off, I’ve been looking at everyone projects on here for about a year or so and I’m amazed how nice they are. I’m 18 years old and I had a ich for wood working and building funiture ever since I could remember, from building toy guns when I was a kid to building tables, desks, and whatnot for my mom a...