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|03-02-2012 01:24 AM||
4x4 cut offs - 14 replies
I have been collecting treated 4×4’s cut offsranging 2 to 2.5 ft long. I’ve been doing a lot of fencing for the horses. I have over 30 of these cut offs. I don’t really want to burn them, I didn’t know if anyone has a great idea of what to do with them. I was thinking about slicing them up and making some wine racks....
|11-12-2009 08:06 PM||
Tools, who gets them? - 25 replies
Well, with the birthof our first son about 3 months ago, I think/hope my tools will have a place to go after I do. Who here has a plan for their tools after your usage is over? Do you have a son/daughter, nephew, co-workers, or auction?
|10-16-2009 06:00 AM||
Wal-Mart - 10 replies
I’m sorry if this offends anyone, but I have not stopped laughing from looking at this website: www.peopleofwalmart.com
|09-23-2009 05:40 AM||
6" or 12" combo - 9 replies
Well I working on my list for Santa, and I’m leaning towards the 6” Starrett combo square over the 12”. My reasoning is, I can use the 6 more easily for machine set up? Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.
|07-10-2009 03:08 PM||
C-list Miter Saw find! - 5 replies
Hey I was pretty excited to get this miter saw. It’s a DeWalt 8.5 Crosscut(sliding) saw. I am guess it is about 20yrs old since on the label it says “Made in W.Germany”? It came with a nice Freud blade also! Here is the kicker, I traded it to an elder gentleman who didn’t want it, but wanted some video games for his grand...
|07-10-2009 02:59 PM||
Oldest Working Machine? - 30 replies
Just thought it might be interesting to see who has the oldest working power tool? I’ll start, I’ve got a 1951 Walker-Turner drill press.
|06-20-2009 10:53 PM||
Stuck router bit! - 20 replies
Ok, so I’ve tried the conventional methods (at least I think I have, I’m no router master), but I can’t get my bit out! is it broke by chance? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|06-19-2009 08:09 PM||
Cincinnati area - 2 replies
Well my wife and I are moving south to the greater Cincinnati area within a couple months for her job, so…as for me, does anyone know of someone/place which could use an furniture/cabinet apprentice or assistant? Or I do have a BS is Graphic Design I can work that avenue also. Any help would be great, and any good stores/shops in Cincy? I ...
|05-07-2009 05:59 AM||
Metal Lathe(s) - 10 replies
Howdy, I was going through my g-pa’s shop looking to see what I could bring back to Ohio and he has two metal lathes, (1) old Craftsman, (1) Atlas. I don’t do any metal work (yet), but is there a use for them in wood working? I know little to nothing about lathes wood or metal.
|04-29-2009 06:20 AM||
Grizzly/Shop Fox question - 1 reply
Just a quick question, I was looking through several magazines and what is the difference between the two? Also is one better or is it like every other tool manufacturer, everyone has good and bad?
|04-23-2009 05:33 PM||
Possible Router table? - 8 replies
I’ve had this arcade cocktail in the garage for a while, had a crazy idea of restoring it for a pac-man, but I don’t think I’m going to do that anymore. I was thinking of what to do with it, sell, trade, burn? Then it came to me…router table! What do you guys think? It’s basically just a big box with a hinged lid? H...
|03-26-2009 05:43 PM||
contractor TS motor/blade issue - 16 replies
Hey, well I working on putting the finishing touches of restoring my g-pa’s old ‘54 craftsman TS. I found the manual because I thought I was doing something wrong when mounting the motor. Once mounted and I raise the blade up, it will raise 1” and then start to “buck” & won’t raise anymore, but if I help m...
|03-05-2009 08:28 AM||
New Stanley No4 at Lowes - 8 replies
So… I was strolling around Lowes the other day and noticed a Stanley #4 plane on clearance(they actually had two). I opened up the box, made in England, lifetime warranty, but has plastic handles! It’s half off, so $20. Granted I don’t know…jack about planes (come on that is just plane funny!) I digress, $20 bucks for a n...
|02-27-2009 07:05 PM||
Mule TS fence - 9 replies
Does anyone have a Mule Cabinetmaker fence system? Seems reasonable priced for under $200 for 50” & comes with a lifetime warranty? I seen/heard about the T2 for $150 @ bLowes, but I believe it’s got plastic parts that will break in due time. The Vega’s and Bes seem to be a bit much for my pocket book at the current time. ...
|02-17-2009 04:04 PM||
'54 Craftsman table saw (restore proj) - 8 replies
Howdy, I was able to drag back my G-pa’s old Craftsman table a couple weeks ago. I was able to find the manual on OWWM.com and am guest-imating it to be around 1954. It is almost complete has the fence(removed for transporting), mitre gauge, and motor. I did a little test patch on the rust, does any one have any suggestions on restoring it...
|02-17-2009 03:48 PM||
G-pa's old Stanley No 62 - 8 replies
Hey, well I was going through my G-pa’s old shop looking for various things to drag back to Ohio, I ran across this old Stanley plane. At first I didn’t think too much about and just put it a box with a bunch of other stuff. The other day I’m rooting around in the box and pull it out to examine it more closely. Huh a No 62 in m...
|01-21-2009 04:04 PM||
Vermont American Router Bits/Blades - 5 replies
Hey, long time reader, first time asker…I’ve been looking over router bits at various locations around town. I noticed that Vermont American is owned by Robert Bosch, I assume the same Bosch. Does anyone know how their bits & blades stack up against the rest? From what I’ve read they are towards the bottom of the barrel, bu...