I was fortunate enough to catch a few deals on tools that I have been wanting. I was doing a CL search for a jointer and was almost sold on a Jet 6” jointer for $450, with a minimum amount of $400. The same night i looked a bit further ...
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Location: Marietta, GA
I am an artist by nature, as i assume most on here are in some way. I primarily like to paint. I am "self-taught" and have discovered the need to expand my skills in other areas to save money.
I would classify myself as the "Jack of all trades" because I have explored art in many forms such as: playing over 6 different musical instruments, gourmet chef (in my own home), professional landscaper, poet, etc. I have a bachelors degree in Marketing.
I ventured into woodworking in early 2010 when I made a fraternity shield. I have also found that building my own canvases, easels, and frames also saves money and is enjoyable. I have since purchased a home and will be building built-in bookcases and closet storage, and probaly finishing my basement.
I recently purchased a used Jet JSTS 10 table saw for my small area of the Man Cave that I have sectioned off as my woodshop/art studio. I also own a SKill router, corded drill, and circular saw, Dremel Tro and a smaller Dremel finishing tool. Dewalt cordless drill and recipracating saw, RYObi Miter was with stand, PC jigsaw, and CH brad nailer and compressor.
I look forward to reading posts and learning tidbits as I progress along.
-- Jerome, Marietta, GA
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My aunt and her family purchased her home back in 1974. The piano came with it. At the time the piano was said to be over 75 years old. I lived there for a while and remembered it being a desk in the basement for over 17 years. I thought the a...
I purchased my first table saw a few years ago and it is still running like a champ. I have since become comfortable using dado sets, and learning how to be safe! I would love to have a nice cabinet saw, but I really do not “need” one ...
Fellow Lumberjocks! First, I would like to shed some perspective on what caused me to write this. I have been working tirelessly on making a large amount of peices for a national event. In doing so, I planned a quota for production. With one pl...
I say that this is the finish, but at this point there is minor work to be done, but done enough! Ill begin this with the electrical. I picked up the halogen recessed lighting and wired it up. I could easily cut through the wall since the side ...