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|11-07-2016 03:00 PM||
A zero clearance table saw insert from ALUMINUM - 8 replies
I have a Hammer sliding table saw that has a long thin opening for the saw blade. I tried making a zero clearance blade insert from wood but found it to be too flimsy. Then I tried making one out of aluminum and it worked like a charm! Many woodworkers forget aluminum can be easily cut with woodworking carbide blades and even regular steel saws...
|11-06-2016 04:16 AM||
How to store a wet paintbrush up to 3 days for reuse - 16 replies
Its a pain to have to clean a paintbrush after use when you are going to use it the next day for the next coat. Here is a quick cure for that. Wrap the wet paint brush tightly in aluminum foil to keep the air out. I have found a wrapped paint brush can go three days and still be wet and pliable for putting on the next coat. After three days it b...
|08-12-2016 02:51 PM||
Here is a great video for all of us woodworkers who also like horror movies! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84PCB3QE8mY Planeman
|05-18-2016 03:16 PM||
As a long time user of CA (cyanoacrylic) glue I have developed some methods of use and storage that I want to pass along. The stuff is expensive as glues go and constantly throwing out old hard glue and going to the hardware store for more is a pain. So here is the method of storage to combat that.. Forget the refrigerator storage. It really ...
|05-14-2016 05:37 PM||
This is recommended reading! Some Chinese state-owned entities, backed by the key government agency that oversees major state industrial companies, have adopted a controversial defense when they face U.S. lawsuits: You can’t touch us because we enjoy sovereign immunity. Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), China’s biggest state-o...
|05-02-2016 03:38 PM||
I am 75 years old and have seen a lot. I watched the Japanese undercut the USA prices while making excellent cars and machines during the 1970s and early 1980s. I also watched the Japanese prices rise to equal USA cars and machines in the late 1980s and 1990s. I am now watching the same scenario with China. Add to that the very good chance tha...
|06-23-2015 12:26 AM||
Nice looking Dewalt planer. Anyone near San Clemente, Ca. should look into it. http://www.machinerymax.com/Listing/Details/1020799/Dewalt-DW734-Planer?utm_source=Copy+of+j1&utm_campaign=CC&utm_medium=email Planeman
|06-16-2015 06:43 PM||
For those of you who are trying to collect good woodworking tools, you need to keep up with this website https://www.mjdtools.com/. They have a weekly newsletter that keeps you informed of the tools they will have on auction that you need to sign up for. There is one sale coming up expected be sold in the area from $40.00 – $80.00 R...
|06-04-2015 01:49 PM||
We are all looking for easy projects to accomplish over a weekend considering our busy schedules. Well here is one to consider. https://www.youtube.com/embed/MKikHxKeodA?rel=0
|05-26-2015 09:40 PM||
I’m a “toolaholic” that has been woodworking for over a half century and have collected an extensive and wonderful shop full of almost every tool known to man so I don’t need any of these. However my “toolaholic” side makes me keep up with tool auctions and sources anyhow. I thought I would pass along some inf...
|05-09-2015 01:30 PM||
I am looking at buying a tool to fit onto my 4” angle grinder for power carving and hollowing out. I see two types, one is a bit of chain saw chain around a disk, the other are shaped burrs with little spikes on them. There may be others that I am not aware of. I would like to get some advice regarding the pros and cons of each design and...
|03-01-2015 04:45 AM||
Years ago when I was married and my wife complained that I was spending too much time in the shop I used to tell her “it keeps me out of the bars and whorehouses”. She still wasn’t happy though. But see what CAN happen if you don’t keep with the woodworking! _Married TV actor wakes up to find his testicles have been S...
|02-20-2015 08:45 PM||
Atlanta, GA Lumberjocks - chat & meet thread - 8 replies
I hope this thread gets some interest. There are a number of us in the Atlanta, GA area scattered all around and very few of us know each other. Hopefully this thread will allow us to get to know one another, swap local wood & tool sources, and maybe be of some help to each other from time to time. Just sign in with your location and tell a...
|12-11-2014 05:29 PM||
How NOT to use a pallet jack!!! - 13 replies
|11-14-2014 12:32 AM||
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141113105419.htm Date: November 13, 2014Source: Kansas State UniversitySummary: Thousand cankers disease, which kills black walnut trees, has been confirmed in 15 states. Now experts are warning people to avoid moving firewood or lumber this winter to prevent spreading the disease to other...
|09-20-2014 04:00 PM||
WARNING! Dremel 3000 fire hazard! - 14 replies
I had to call the fire department a few days ago as I kept smelling burnt electricals somewhere in the shop and couldn’t locate it. They came and smelled it too and they couldn’t find the problem even with a heat detector. After they left, I sat down at my work bench and began working, keeping on the alert for the problem. After a sh...
|08-01-2014 02:16 AM||
Note to all Dremel tool owners - 2 replies
I have worn out my fourth (or maybe my fifth) Dremel tool in my 60 plus years of model building and woodworking. Sent it to Dremel for repairs. Was informed that model was no longer made, Dremel offered to sell me a new (reconditioned) 3000 model for $20. As a new one costs $60 retail, I took them up on it. this is the second time that have done...
|07-18-2014 04:16 PM||
Please tell me why no one is interested . . . . - 42 replies
A short while ago I posted a thread for Lumberjocks to tell us their tricks and tips they use in woodworking. I know that after 60 years of woodworking I certainly have found small things that make woodworking easier and more precise. Even the woodworking magazines have a “tips & tricks” area. I wrote out one of my favorites and ...
|07-10-2014 04:34 PM||
The Georgia Redneck Engineering Exam . . . - 5 replies
As a good ole Georgia boy as I am you have to know these things! Redneck Engineer Exam: 1. Calculate the smallest limb diameter on a persimmon tree that will support a 10 pound possum. 2. Which of these cars will rust out the quickest when placed on blocks in your front yard? (A) ‘65 Ford Fairlane ...
|04-19-2014 05:07 AM||
Share your woodworking tips & tricks - 62 replies
The one thing I have noticed we don’t have here on Lumberjocks is a place to trade tips and tricks pertaining to woodworking. There is a wealth of knowledge here and we need to share it. So I thought I would start a thread that each of us could share a little tip or trick they have devised or picked up over the years to help the rest of us...