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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:

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 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...

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