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|07-19-2012 05:10 AM||
Well, after my 9-week assignment of photographically documenting the complete restoration of a Piper Cherokee aircraft, I got back into the workshop and began working on a project that I was just given by a commercial airline company. They have asked me to make a wooden ‘Coffee Menu’ board for their coffee shop and lounge and they w...
|05-12-2012 03:17 PM||
I haven’t done any projects in the workshop for about 3 weeks now, due to the fact that I’ve just been busy doing other things around here, also a few days ago, I was given a 2-month photography assignment at my local airport here. I got a phone call a couple of days ago from a pilot friend of mine who lives about 60 miles from here...
|01-17-2012 07:09 AM||
Lee Valley Cyclone Lids - 2 replies
Just wondering if any of you have purchased or tried the cyclone lids from Lee Valley as a dust collector system.“http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/page.aspx?p=30282&cat=1,42401” If so, I would appreciate hearing your feedback on them, as I am seriously contemplating buying one. Thanks!By the way, this URL is from their Canadian ...
|01-14-2012 07:01 AM||
Does anyone own Filter-A-Fan? - 3 replies
Just wondering if any of you have a filter-a-fan www.filterafan.com in your shop, and if so, do you find it helpful in fine dust control? I realize that this does not by any means replace a dust collector system, but wondering if it is efficient in collecting fine pollen dust that gets into the air from power tools. You input would be much app...
|08-03-2011 02:43 AM||
Scroll Saw Blade Clamp Problem Resolved - 6 replies
I am a relatively new scroll sawer (about 8 months now) and my scroll saw is an entry-level Skil 3335. I’ve become addicted to scrolling and use my saw almost daily for a few hours. I encountered a problem with the cheap blade clamps and blade clamp screws on this saw, in that the screws in the clamps are very prone to stripping. Af...