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05-28-2014 11:54 PM

Business Degree or North Bennet Street School - 22 replies

Hi, I’m a 17 year old woodworker from Massachusetts and am stuck in a jam. As the time is coming to plan out my future I need to decide what I’m going to do for college. I have already decided that custom woodworking is the field that I’m interested and hope to run my own business. I am not sure which path would lead me down...

06-19-2013 12:43 AM

Cherry Blanks For Sale - 0 replies

Hey All! Here are some cherry blanks for sale that would be great for some turners. Each blank on average is 2” square and 1’ long. Approximately 5.5 BF total. Will ship anywhere in the lower 48 with large flat rate box. Buyer responsible for shipping. Cost per box is $20, but I’m willing to negotiate. Much more available if pe...

05-03-2013 03:31 AM

Want to Win A MicroJig Grr-Ripper? - 0 replies

Enter to win a FREE Microjig Grr-Ripper! Courtesy of New England’s WoodWorking.

03-08-2013 12:34 AM

What Bandsaw Should I Buy? - 14 replies

Hi all, I’m in the market for a Grizzly Bandsaw. I am looking at the Grizzly G0513ANV (the anniversary model) and the Grizz G0513X2. The anniversary model is the exact same saw as the GO513. Im not sure if another 300 dollars is worth the extra cast iron trunions and wheels and other add ons. What is your opinion? Also have any of you r...

01-21-2013 12:15 AM

When would you need large capacity on a bandsaw, besides resawing? - 11 replies

Hi all. I’m in the market for a bandsaw and I’m wondering when you would need the large capacity of an 18” in bandsaw. Ignore resaw capacity because I’m looking at the laguna 14in and it has over 12 inches of resaw capacity. So in what situation would you need the depth of an 18 in bandsaw?

12-15-2012 02:03 AM

Restoring old wood body hand planes. - 4 replies

Hi all,I recently acquired an old body hand plane. Its in pretty rough shape, the handle has many cracks and is very weak structurally. The body has many dents and scratches in the finish. I would like to restore this ole boy but I dont want to do any damage in the process. If anybody has any tips it would be much appreciated. -Brett

09-21-2012 11:52 PM

The Woodworker’s Guide to Pricing Your Work: Book Review - 0 replies

If you are interested in pricing your woodworking projects or running a small business you should read this book review:

08-23-2012 03:30 PM

HVLP and Shop Spray Booths - 20 replies

Hi All,Just wondering what all you woodworkers do in the winter when spaying finish via HVLP. Obviously you cant spray outside in the winter. So how many of you have made things like spray booths for the shop. My shop is very big and if there are any tips you would like to pass along it would be very appreciated.

08-22-2012 02:07 AM

Shaker Sideboard Front Apron Question - 3 replies

Hi all,I am in the middle of a build and I ran into a design feature that I had not thought about earlier. The table I am building is a simple sideboard table with two drawers n one apron. What would be the best way of cutting the areas out where the drawers will go. Jig saw? Ripping pieces out on the table saw and gluing it back together.Let me...

01-29-2012 04:01 AM

What Jointer Should I Get? - 11 replies

Hi all, Im looking into purchasing a jointer for the shop. I have narrowed down the selection to the grizzly GO725 bench top 6 in jointer or the grizzly GO654 6 in jointer. Any other suggestions? My budget is to about $700. What do you guys think I should get? Thanks,Brett

08-29-2011 03:58 AM

New WoodWorking Web Site And needed tips on advertising - 10 replies

Hi fellow jocks i recently created my website with a webstore here is the link: If people could give me some suggestions for the site and tell me if you like it or not that would be great! Sense i have the new website I’m trying to find ways to advertise i post videos on youtube (heres my...

04-12-2011 08:14 PM

Riser Block for Porter Cable 14" Bandsaw - 2 replies

Hi Everybody, Im looking into purchasing the Porter Cable 14” Bandsaw and only one thing is holding me back. I would like to know if Porter Cable or if any other tool companies sell a riser block that fits the Porter Cable 14” Bandsaw??? comment if anyone knows :) -NewEnglandsWoodWorks

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