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|28 days ago||
local wood in Oklahoma - 10 replies
I’m currently in Poteau Ok and heading to Tulsa later this week, anyone know where I can find some local wood for turning?
|36 days ago||
Help/Question with a Rikon mini lathe - 5 replies
I have some wobble in my lathe, so much so that when I rough out a piece and lay my tool on top to check for round the “tapping sound” never goes away completely. So today I checked it and found the spindle shaft has about 2 thousandth’s run out or wobble. So at the tail stock end… well who knows. Anyone know if this i...
|259 days ago||
For Sale: Tail vise hardware - SOLD - 5 replies
|311 days ago||
It has been collecting dust for a while now so time to let it go, not sure how much, if interested PM me. Pic 3 shows the tool rest attachment. I don’t know much about these but will try to answer questions.
|544 days ago||
Mid Atlantic snowfall totals? - 11 replies
Just under 2 feet here in the Shenandoah valley. What are you seeing? This is from this morning
|591 days ago||
|659 days ago||
So long Rockler - 23 replies
I guess Rockler no longer needs me :(, that is if I don,t cough up some cash. This seems a bit “in your face” for a catalog I don’t remember asking for in the first place. Don’t get me wrong, I completely understand trying to cut back on the cost of doing business but maybe they could spend some that savings and hire some...
|661 days ago||
Photographing Studley - 2 replies
A short but interesting video documenting the Studley tools. The resulting book will be a must have.
|851 days ago||
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|896 days ago||
Miller Falls #1455 low angle block plane. SOLD
|896 days ago||
Stanley 60 1/2 - SOLD - 3 replies
Stanley #60 1/2 SOLD
|896 days ago||
Stanley 9 1/2 - SOLD - 4 replies
Stanley #9 1/2 SOLD
|916 days ago||
Has anyone used these lid supports? - 8 replies
Need some help with installation with these lid supports from Lee ValleyThe install info shows a different orientation than the picture. So now I’m confused, any one use these before?
|945 days ago||
They are imprinted “E Smith – Warranted” on the front #6 and 7/8 on the back. Each plane shows little use and the blades have been sharpened. I would keep these but being left handed it is too awkward for my use. Thanks, Rich! Hope you get some good use out of them.
|954 days ago||
WANTED - Stanley No. 7 parts FOUND A #7 - 8 replies
I’m looking for a blade & chip breaker, lever cap and the Y adjusting lever for a Stanley No. 7. I found a parts plane, thanks Don.
|978 days ago||
I,m selling my Stanley Sweetheart 750 Socket Chisel Set. I have the 4 piece set and the 1/8” chisel too. I have flattened the backs, sharpened them and used them very little. All are like new and come with the leather tool roll. Sold, thanks Bill! Tim
|1254 days ago||
Free shipping: How do you get yours? - 9 replies
When ordering a couple hinges (2) today from Rockler, the shipping was an additional $8.95, so I did a quick internet search and found free a shipping code here: http://www.retailmenot.com/. i entered the code and “free shipping”. So this has me wondering if any LJ’s have found other alternatives to get free shipping/discoun...
|1384 days ago||
Need help identifying a style of furniture - 14 replies
I’m wondering what this type furniture this chest is called, I’m interested in how the side panel of the chest is built. Here is another that more closely resembles what I’m interested in.
|1387 days ago||
Anyone need a marking gauge? - Gone - 16 replies
I have a Shop-fox brand that I do not need and it can be yours for the asking, same as the picture except a brass thumb screw. Just PM your address to me and it will be on the way.
|1402 days ago||
Picture frame Glue up tip - 20 replies
While reading yuri's post regarding clamping time the “memory vault door” opened slightly (you more seasoned LJ’s know of what I speak) and I remembered seeing this tip at the wood show in Chantilly Va last spring. First of all: the credit for this goes to Bill Bush. Just cut a paper grocery bag into 3” squares, p...