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|04-17-2015 12:53 PM||
off to Pop Wood for LN event - 5 replies
In cincinnati. Leaving shortly.. another cuppa java wish me luck in not draining my bank account.. Will have my sig other with me holding the purse strings, but that doesnt mean i cant work around it!
|02-25-2015 01:12 AM||
how does one preserve wood "slices"? - 12 replies
Fiance is addicted to Pinterest, and has some ideas for our upcoming nuptials. Couple of them involve decorations requiring crossgrain log slices, that will be saved for house decorations afterwards. My instinct tells me these will fall apart once dry and not even sure if there is a way to keep them together short of some epoxy infusion. ...
|11-14-2013 09:34 AM||
someone wanna do some bd/ft figuring for me - 15 replies
Im getting a headache 3.5”x5.5”x12’ = $17.00 this is non treated SYP good buy?
|10-29-2013 11:28 PM||
my current view at work - 9 replies
|10-24-2013 10:03 PM||
if you were given a $300 gift card to sears... - 43 replies
What would you buy in power tools? I know there are other threads like this but I have to ask.. I have 3 things I could immediately find a use for.. New router for large plywood panel dados/rabbetsA decent accurate miter sawA decent bandsaw for resawing If these were you, with the limitation of going to sears.. what particular machin...
|10-23-2013 05:42 AM||
whats up with the ad tags in blogs and more? - 6 replies
noticed my recent blog entry and my tagline have words being linked to various ads…
|09-12-2013 03:12 AM||
strip/refinish rosewood knobs and totes - 9 replies
How is best to go through this, have 2 sets that have some unsightly paint splotches. I want to clean them up and make them pretty again. Final finish would be? BLO/wax? Or should I poly/varnish/ laquer?
|09-10-2013 07:35 AM||
anywhere i roam - 3 replies
Where I lay my head is home
|05-29-2013 02:34 AM||
pallet wood ID help - 1 reply
my neighbor is an owner operator truck driver and sometimes brings home some pallet wood for me, knowing I am looking for some exotics. He mostly hauls containers so many things come from overseas. mostly its usually some red oak or sometimes walnut but he dropped these 2 pieces off at my place the other day, and one is not domestic I am pret...
|05-18-2013 08:50 PM||
plane blade flattening issue - 17 replies
so ive been trying to flatten the back of this pita for days off and on but it just wont go flat using 50-60-80 grit the problem areas marked, i know i dont need the whole back done but the corner is a problem and the other part i would prefer it to be a little further back the pictures make it look better than it really is. The mar...
|05-10-2013 06:15 PM||
wooden planes need some TLC help? - 7 replies
i bid on a lot on Ebay and won some wooden hand planes, marking gauges and saw handles. The saw handles are nothing special but i have some use for them, most have the nuts that i can use on some of my grandfathers saws. The planes arn’t too bad but they all have issues, all are dirty. I’ve seen somewhere a cleaning mixture to clean ...
|05-02-2013 04:02 AM||
a possible tool gloat? - 7 replies
http://www.ebay.com/itm/281099107967 The snapon breakerbar is already answered for, coworker said he will give 20. Guess i may be able to make the number 5 a user, its a late model i think, so idk. Maybe can put it back up for another 10, cleaned up. The screws i will keep for now, but may come off them, i have 2 already.. the 5.5 was what ...
|03-13-2013 05:04 PM||
Cincinnati area jocks - 3 replies
So ive been curious and tried using the site resources to find any ‘jocks nearby, i kinda live in BFE and sometimes around thia backwards town, people look at me weird when i talk woodworking. Be nice to get learn from aome more experienced workers, as my mentor passed on 10 yrs ago.
|03-11-2013 09:58 PM||
century old poplar for workbench? - 11 replies
Last summer/fall i got the opportunity to dismantle an old house from top to bottom by hand, and i saved 75% of the wood from it. 90% of that is rough sawn poplar from the framework. If i was able id put up pictures of my huge stack, but alas im on my tugboat making a living for next couple weeks. This wood is pretty hard, especially for Poplar,...
|02-12-2013 09:10 AM||
finding blades or parts for an old bandsaw - 9 replies
Can anyone help me find parts and mainly blades for this particular bandsaw? I recently “inherited” this ftom my grandfathers shop. Its in decent shape and would like to get some use out of it. The tires look a bit dry rotted and when i tried using it after recovering it, the blade broke. It had been sitting for about 10 years te...
|06-03-2012 04:22 AM||
Old craftsman tablesaw - 29 replies
A friend of a friend has an old craftsman table saw they want to sell this week.model number 113.298470. Was hoping someone could enlighten me as to how good it would be. He sent me pics and the thing looks practically brand new. Best i can find with my current limited resources is that it is around 30 years old? He wants 200. Any advice wo...