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|01-24-2012 03:03 AM||
What goes good over tung oil? - 9 replies
I have just completed a small table. It is special because of many reasons and i will post it when its finished. Special because (1) it is for my wifes new office, and (2) it is all new to me. Every psrt of the table is something i have little or no experience with including the finish, which is my weakness. I decided to use tung oil. I wiped on...
|01-02-2012 12:41 AM||
WHat do you do about bugs in the shop? - 15 replies
I have a terrbile problem with stinkbugs in my shop. 2 years ago Maryland got infested with stinkbugs from some foreign ship. We had them but you would only see a few each year. Now, we have them by the thousands. I vacuum handfuls at a time out of the shop. My question is this-what do you do for pest control in your shop? ANything with pyrethri...
|01-01-2012 04:55 PM||
Tools or Projects....... - 18 replies
Sometimes i find myself making shop tools or jigs and such to make the shop more functional-as the shop is a tool itself (or an addiction!!). Myself, i am a hobbiest. I have 4 kids and 2 jobs so shop time isnt as frequent as i would like. So, with that said, i try to just buy, if affordable, jigs tools, etc. That way i can focus more on projects...
|12-28-2011 02:32 AM||
Has anyone ever mounted an OF2000 router in a Jessem lift? Or, any router lift for that matter. I bought a few the other day and it seems to be perfect for a router table but there are no mounting holes in the Jessem to accept it. Yes i have bitten by the Festool bug-badly. Thanks co-woodworkers i love you all!!!
|11-02-2011 02:55 AM||
Im looking for a Powermatic planer - 2 replies
Im in the market for a used Powermatic, 20 inch planer. Im in Maryland and dont mind a little traveling for a good deal/good machine. Im searching for a PM209. Does anyone know where there may be one for sale? Thanks!!
|10-02-2011 10:07 PM||
Question about Festool Domino joints - 4 replies
If you have Festool tools, arent they the greatest and best engineered things in the world? Im getting better with my Domino machine, but i have a question. Lets say we are joining a 6 inch wide end to a 6 inch wide frame, such as making a shelf. I would say to use 3 or 4 dominos. Heres my question, do i need to apply glue to the joint or can i ...
|02-22-2011 12:48 AM||
I have recently acquired a nice collection of Festool tools. One of the best is the 1400 router. I upgraded from the Ridgid router. My question is this… how do you see the bit when working? In the ridgid machine, there was a light that allowed you to see your work clearly. THere was also a nice large hole in the base, which allowed for the...
|12-12-2010 04:24 PM||
Need advice on Festool Rotex 125..... - 4 replies
I have recently been bitten by Festool bug and i do not regret it! The Domino, CTL, and MFT are the best combinations for productivity and accuracy that money can buy. I am more interested in doing good work than bragging that i did it with less expensive tools. Heck take advantage of technology! After all, im using the internet!Anyway, I also h...
|11-03-2010 02:06 AM||
Keith Goren's 46 pens listed projects - 0 replies
Did everyone see these stupid pens listed for sale here? Each one is its own project? I dont own this place but i do love it and protect it and hate to see it abused. He listed them all for sale. Most of them are not even wood! If you want to sell something, go to ebay. ....bet that will keep AIJIM busy for a while…... just kidding! todd
|04-14-2010 02:53 AM||
Question for Powermatic owners-rout-r-lift - 2 replies
I just bought a Powermatic PM2000 and i want to get a rout r lift to go on the side but it doesnt look to have a miter slot. If you are the fortunate owners of this animal, is the router lift a good machine? Is it okay without the miter slots? What is yuor overall thougths?Thank you sooo much Todd Turner
|04-12-2010 02:25 AM||
Heard of GRRR-ripper & Dubby?? JUNK!!!!! Read this.. - 50 replies
I went to th woodworking show in DC yesterday and had a great time. Every tool you have ever read about was there bieng shown and sold. I was dissapointed that the big names werent there-Powermatic, Grizzly, etc. Kreg stuff was there and so was Woodpeckers. Distributors Im sure. I bought (I am embarassed to say i bought these things, but I am am...
|04-11-2010 05:30 PM||
I just posted a little thing about upgrading my table saw-well worth the effort. After using is a while i was ripping 4/4 maple to use for stiles and rail for my raised panel project. What happened was after the material passed the blade, it wanted to close up and ended pinching the knife and binding. After talking to a wood salesman at the show...
|03-31-2010 12:25 AM||
How much time do you spend? - 37 replies
My wife asked me what i wanted for Christmas for my shop. I told her i wanted time and materials. I love my hobby and have all my life. I want to know how the rest of you guys manage your time with your passion of woodworking. Are you regimented to 2 hours a week or do you sneak out there every 5 minutes you can?I think this is an interesting to...
|03-21-2010 03:39 PM||
Help Todd find a new table saw - 15 replies
Hi jocks. I live in Maryland and I am looking to replace my ridgid cast iron table saw with a bigger and heavier cabinet saw. Like most men, i have my eyes on the Powermatic PM2000. I also have my eye on the pricetag of over $2500. Woodcraft has them. And, I can hardly find them on ebay or Craigslist. Does anyone here have any ideas? Also, is th...
|02-26-2010 02:08 AM||
I see all types of projects here from boxes to workbenches to outdoor projects to all types of cabinets to pretty much anything that can be made from wood. I just wanted to find what type of projects you guys like to do the most and of course, what drives that desire? Even the pros like Norm and the Woodwhisperer (what does the wood whisper in H...
|02-20-2010 05:06 AM||
Hello guys. I am making cabinets for my kitchen. I have that project posted here. I have noticed that some of the maple is leaning towards having a pink tinge or shade to it. It is nice. Some of the material is white compared to the pink stuff and some of the maple had brown or black spots and streaks, but not ambrosia or spalted. My question is...
|02-13-2010 04:28 AM||
I need help with raised panels- - 21 replies
I need some advice from more experienced cabinet guys than myself. Ive been doing this a few years and I think i do well but I believe in continuous improvement. Anyway, I noticed last night that the cabinets i made in my kitchen the stiles are raising above the rails. ONly by a few thousandths, but i wonder what i can do differently to fix this...
|01-18-2010 03:23 AM||
Is it just me..... - 2 replies
Hello fellow woodguys-Is it just me or….Do your tools fail the first time you use them after tuning them up? Even after testing them after the tune up? I bought an older drum sander a few weeks ago. Got a better than great deal off Craigslist and the guy was only 3 miles from my house. Its a Grizzly, dual drum, 24in wide sander. Got it hom...
|12-28-2009 02:38 AM||
Hi guys and Merry Christmas! My wonderful red-headed bride got me a 14 inch bandsaw for Christmas. It was a very nice gift and one that I have been pondering getting. I run across a lot of large sized lumber such as 6×6 and 4×6. I get these from machine crates and usually yields excellent lumber. And yes, all FREE lumber is excellent. ...
|10-01-2009 02:06 AM||
Read this about how to get a smooth finish - 7 replies
This is my first time ever posting at Lumberjocks; its my first time posting anywhere for that matter. Anyhoo, a little about me-been woodworking since i was a kid, over 30 years. My wife wanted new kitchen cabinets and I was the man for the job! I made a sample cabinet door, with raised panels, rail and stile. It turned out nicely and she smile...