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22 days ago

What happened to Tommy Mac and Rough Cut? - 32 replies

What happened to Tommy Mac and Rough Cut? Our local station is running episodes from 2012. I looked at WGBH Boston web site and it looked like they just have the old episodes, nothing recent. Did he get the axe? (pun intended ;-) )

30 days ago

Thank you LJ and Cricket - 16 replies

It looks like the site is back to top speed! Thank you to all the behind the scenes techs and everyone else to made it happens.

43 days ago

Full blind hand cut dovetails, why? - 32 replies

I just received this advice in my inbox: its time to try full blind dovetails. Why? If I hand cut dovetails I want to be able to see and admire them! What do you say?

54 days ago

Seattle area LJ tools - 4 replies

Check this out http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/tls/4346811374.html

73 days ago

Getting past the regulators - 23 replies

Interesting idea

76 days ago

Congrats Seahawks!! - 21 replies

Amazing day and a bit shocking to boot.

118 days ago

Paul Sellers dressing out a board by hand - 13 replies

I just watched both parts of Paul Sellers dressing out a board from a log by hand. I am wondering how many of the hand plane guys go all the way from rough cut to finished stock by hand? It seems like the time involved would be a great deterrent.

130 days ago

What is the origin of calling the tail vise a wagon vise? - 9 replies

Anyone know the origin of calling the tail vise a wagon vise?

141 days ago

Table saw stabilizer question - 20 replies

I was just reading this American Woodworker blog. I’m not having any of these issues with my ancient Craftsman contractor saw, but I am wondering if using a stabilizer to replace the stamped metal arbor washer on one side of the blade would be a good idea? Just one would not move the blade and the throat plate would be just fine. Th...

149 days ago

Obama pictures - 30 replies

How about requiring all pictures of Obama be posted in this thread so they are not cluttering up all of the other threads?

170 days ago

Geez, I hate it when............... - 34 replies

I start a rip cut on the table saw, it wouldn’t cut and the shop fills with smoke. Nothing is binding, retry with same results! The blade is on backwards ;-((

177 days ago

GFCI does not save mouse - 23 replies

I recently installed a quad outlet on the end of a counter. The general contractor removed the cover for painting. Over night a mouse tried to climb into the box between the outlets. The GFCI protection tested good, but it wasn’t good enough to save the mouse. He got the electrical chair for merely trespassing!

348 days ago

Fill and refinish exterior door - 3 replies

A few days ago there was a thread about repairing an exterior door. There were some suggestions about some epoxy products to use. I can’t seem to find it now. I have an exterior, south facing solid core wood door that has some delamination. I would like to remove the damaged wood, fill it with epoxy filler, sand smooth and paint. A...

390 days ago

Freud router bits opinions - 32 replies

Anyone have a review of Freund router bits. The only one that popped up on a search was for insert bits.

390 days ago

Challenging sport - 5 replies

Hitting that 1 1/2” 25 ring at 200 yards standing up is possible, just doesn’t happen very often. Trust me, I try a lot ;-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_-xGH02JIE

435 days ago

Best way to refinish 30 year old cabinets - 16 replies

Hello LJs, I am wondering about and looking for ideas to refinish the bath vanity and cabinet. They were made of birch plywood and what looks to be poplar or alder for the face frame. I doubt it is pine. Finished too well ;-) They have been stained a medium walnut color and have had a satin finish. We do not want to darken them. They do a ...

440 days ago

Am I missing something here? - 29 replies

I noticed these 2 boxes of walnut on eBay. By my calculations , with shipping, the cost is $8.59 and $6.49 /bdft respectively. Why not just go to the lumber store and get what you need if you are paying that much? Just curious?

445 days ago

Bear surprises Samsung crew on washing machine shoot‏ - 14 replies

This video explains a lot about wildlife.

456 days ago

This 3D ruler looks really handy - 7 replies

This 3D ruler from Peachtree WW looks really handy.

470 days ago

Could this technique make lathe turning of bowls obsolete? - 42 replies

Could this technique make lathe turning of bowls obsolete? ;-))

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