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6 days ago

Help Me Top 500 - 7 replies

Hi Guys I’m looking to top 500 likes on my Facebook page. Please take a moment to visit and look at some posts & photos. If it interests you please give it a like: Thanks

97 days ago

Black Walnut Slabs - Milwaukee Area - 2 replies

Milled 5-24-14. Beautiful color & grain. All slabs are 2” thick and over 8’ long. $4.00 bf. More photos of the three logs can be found here:

159 days ago

Zebrawood Pen Blanks - 3 replies

Blanks are 5/8” square x 5.25” long. Sold in sets of 11 for $16.00, includes priority shipping to address in contiguous US. Only 5 sets available. Also have Pulpleheart.

161 days ago

Purple Heart Pen Blanks - 1 reply

Blanks will be cut to 3/4” x 3/4” x 5.5”. 10 blanks for $16.00 shipped USPS Priority to contiguous US address.

177 days ago

Black Walnut Slab, $500 - Milwaukee Area - 1 reply

I’ve decided to put this Black Walnut slab up for sale. It is kiln dried & ready to use. 9’ long, 29” at butt, waist to crotch width runs 24.5” at butt end, 22.5” at crotch end, crotch is 42”. Thickness is at 2.5” butt & 3” at crotch. It was milled on a band mill, the 1/2” step is at ...

186 days ago

Burr Oak Slabs - Milwaukee Area - 7 replies

Butt slabs are 3” thick 32”- 36” wide x 9’ long. Crotch slabs are 3.5” thick, 42” – 50” wide X 7’ long. Sawed Fall of 2013 asking $100 for crotch slabs and $150 for butt.

187 days ago

Red Oak Slabs - Milwaukee Area - 11 replies

Each of these slabs have pith cracks their entire length. They can still be used full width if desired or ripped down for use as fireplace mantels or wall shelves. Each slab is 9’ long and 2” thick, widths range from 20” – 24”. Slabs were milled in the Fall of 2013 from log that was down for 3 years. $30.00 – ...

211 days ago

WoodWork Magazines - 1 reply

Issues range from Spring 1989 to Winter2013, not a complete set some issues are missing. Most are as new, earlier issues are fair. Selling in groups of 5 for $25.00 or 10 for $45.00, includes priority shipping to address in contiguous US. PM me for issues you are looking for. I’ll reply with photos of what I have.

301 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.

306 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.

338 days ago

Makita Planer - 0 replies

Excellent condition, only three months old. $100.00 plus shipping.

351 days ago

Leigh Super 12 Dovetail Jig - 2 replies

Like new, includes accessory kit, bits as shown. $325 OBO plus shipping.

386 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

399 days ago

First Day Of Milling With New Alaskan Mill - 11 replies

Burr Oak.

404 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.

484 days ago

Japanese Plane Misconception - 1 reply

I thought this recent post may interest some here as well:

487 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?

495 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.

552 days ago

24mm Japanese Scraper Plane - 1 reply

24mm Koetsu very good condition $50.00 OBO includes shipping to address in contiguous US. PayPal

589 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

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