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|09-13-2014 07:53 PM||
New today - custom bench planes from Lee Valley - 7 replies
What do you think, http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/customplane.aspx?c=
|06-07-2014 05:00 AM||
Maybe my first wood gloat?? - 3 replies
This my first Craigslist find. Not sure if it is a wood gloat but the price seemed ok at $130 canadian. Not a lot of anything but a good mix. Hard maple – longest 102” Oak – some 8/4American cherry – some 8/4Roasted wallnut – some 8/4IpeZebra – 9” wideTiger woodMahoganyCabraumPurple Heart Let me ...
|03-10-2014 05:22 PM||
Was looking at getting the Grizzly G0452Z 6” Jointer With Spiral Cutter Head. If you have one I was wondering about your impressions of it. How is the cut of the spiral cutter head? Does it leave grooves? If it does, what do you do extra for edge jointing and glue ups?Does it bog down on face jointing? Thanks
|03-07-2014 03:25 PM||
Pedra - Anyone use angelim pedra for furniture - 6 replies
I have been building “Norm’s” Adirondack chairs. The plan calls for Cypress but I can’t get in my neck of the woods (west coast of Canada) so I have been using red cedar. While OK it is so soft it dents while just looking at it. I wanted to try an outdoor hardwood instead. While I can get IPE, coming in at 60% of the ...
|01-24-2014 11:30 PM||
Amazon.ca Shipping Grizzly Tools in Canada - 3 replies
Good day all, this is my first post. You folks may already know but I was shocked today to find Grizzly tools for sales on Amazon.ca for us in Canada. Here’s a link to the G0452 6” jointer. http://www.amazon.ca/Grizzly-G0452-Jointer-6-Inch/dp/B0017IH0V6/ref=sr_1_2?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1390605646&sr=1-2&keywords=Grizz...
|04-29-2013 08:02 PM||
Grizzly G0661 Table saw burning while cutting - 45 replies
Good day all, this would be my first forum post. I got a grizzly G0661 contractor table saw (2hsp 240volt) a couple weeks back. I have been cutting baltic birch plywood and oak with no burning but have now gone onto hard maple. While cutting the maple I get bad buring and bad saw marks on the fence side of the blade. The other side of the ...