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|33 days ago||
8/4 White Oak Crotch Slabs - Milwaukee Area - 0 replies
Just milled 11/2. Nice color & figure, 7’-9” long, range in width 12” – 22”. $2.50 Bf.
|38 days ago||
8/4 RedOak - Milwaukee Area - $2.00 BF - 4 replies
This log was sawn 10-26-13. Nice color and grain, ray flecks in center slabs. All slabs are 2” thick, 9’ long, 24” is the widest. Center slabs have pith crack entire length. Asking $2.00 a board foot.
|71 days ago||
Makita Planer - 0 replies
Excellent condition, only three months old. $100.00 plus shipping.
|83 days ago||
Leigh Super 12 Dovetail Jig - 2 replies
Like new, includes accessory kit, bits as shown. $325 OBO plus shipping.
|119 days ago||
Burr Oak Slabs, WI - 2 replies
Slabs are 9’ long and range 25” – 36” wide 3” thick. Selling green $125 – $150. Mequon, WI
|131 days ago||
First Day Of Milling With New Alaskan Mill - 11 replies
|136 days ago||
New Alaskan Mill - 13 replies
Almost ready to start milling again. Mill is assembled and I just need to break in the saw a bit more.
|217 days ago||
Japanese Plane Misconception - 1 reply
I thought this recent post may interest some here as well: http://djofurnituremaker.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/a-misconception-to-clear-up/
|219 days ago||
Last Day Of April - 2 replies
84 degrees and sunny, windows are open in the studio and I’m making shavings. What could be better?
|228 days ago||
Save That Crotch - 10 replies
Hi Guys Here’s a technique I’ve used in the past to save a slab that has an unstable crotch. This time one a larger scale. The rod I used is 32” X 3/4” The entry side of the rod will be covered by the slab edge folding over as seen in mock-up.
|285 days ago||
24mm Japanese Scraper Plane - 1 reply
24mm Koetsu very good condition $50.00 OBO includes shipping to address in contiguous US. PayPal
|322 days ago||
First Shavings - 5 replies
Nothing like the excitement of the first shavings from a new plane. Kanna is 70mm @45deg. Blade is Kuro-Kasumi by Michio Tasai. Test wood is vertical grain Doug Fir. Even without the sub blade I was able to achieve a glass like surface with no tear out. Very pleased. DJO
|329 days ago||
Japanese Plane 70mm - 1 reply
Hi Guys I’m selling some odds n ends to make cash for new tools. Up for sale is 70mm GOMI 45deg. Very little use, the mouth was opened so I could use it on roughsawn lumber. It was used for fireplace mantles that needed to retain a rustic look. Asking $130, includes shipping to address in contiguous US. I used without sub blade. Paypal ...
|491 days ago||
Attention Milwaukee / Chicago Area Members. - 0 replies
The Fine Furnishings Shows has a few spots left for the Milwaukee Show coming up in October. Contact me via private message or Karla at the show office for details: http://www.finefurnishingsshow.com/
|632 days ago||
Japanese Plane 80mm - 0 replies
80mm blue steel GOMI. Blade is set at 45 degrees, excellent condition though blade could use a sharpening. $140.00 includes priority shipping to address in contiguous US. Paypal. Just for fun you can see the plane in use here: http://beta.realmilwaukeenow.com/2011/fu...-checks-it-out/
|734 days ago||
Kanna - The Japanese Hand Plane DVD - 3 replies
$35.00 includes shipping to Contiguous US address. PayPal.
|744 days ago||
|797 days ago||
My woodworking on TV debut - 8 replies
I was very nervous but I can laugh at myself now: http://beta.realmilwaukeenow.com/2011/furnishings-and-craft-show-at-the-hd-museum-tony-checks-it-out/
|802 days ago||
Sneak peek of new table. - 17 replies
This Cherry coffee table will make it’s debut at the Milwaukee Fine Furnishings Show next weekend:
|986 days ago||
My first pillowed butterfly. - 12 replies
This end grain walnut butterfly is one of two the comes through the walnut sitting bench top I’m currently making. The bench still needs final planing, sanding an oiling but I wanted to post a sneak peek.