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|3 days ago||
Need tools and advice - 10 replies
So I’ve been doing woodworking only for the last 2 years and have advanced my skills enough that I plan to tackle a few more challenging jobs this spring/summer but I’m also preparing for next winter and the rest of this one. My shop (3/4 of a 2 car garage and all of it in the summer) is not heated and I just accepted a new job so we...
|60 days ago||
PC Circular Saw Deal - 1 reply
Just figured I’d share this in case anyone was in need of an extra CS, Amazon also has it with free shipping for 2 cents cheaper. The Saw Enjoy,Nick
|112 days ago||
FS: Disston saws - 1 reply
Disston D-7 5TPI – 1 chipped tooth towards the front tip, no visible emblem Asking $20 + Shipping Disston D-8 12TPI – all teeth intact, emblem visible below rust Asking $25 + Shipping Disston D-23 8TPI – all teeth intact, emblem clearly visible Asking $...
|112 days ago||
Fulton ?!?!?!? - 1 reply
I have a Fulton bench plane I picked up the other day, but I can find no identifier or even a model except for what may be an 11 scrawled under the lever cap (which could be nothing but digs into the cap) it’s in great condition and is heavy as tank and super solid I just can’t find a maker’s mark anywhere on it. The only blem...
|112 days ago||
FS : Random Hand Planes - 7 replies
Millers Falls Mohawk Shelburne No. 814 Jack plane Good condition no chips or breaks Asking $15 + shipping (flat rate box $12.35)
|126 days ago||
DC modification questions - 5 replies
Alright so I have the G0548ZP 2hp DC and I have purchased the bigger metal Super Dust Deputy from a friend for $50 because I didn’t have much success with my thien build sadly and the plywood was getting expensive. Now my question is can I turn the motor mount so the impeller face downward going into the top of the SDD and remove the me...
|134 days ago||
Sargent & CO. no. 104 saw vise and a Stanley No. 42 tooth setter $35 + 12.35 shipping (I can disassemble and fit it in I’ve since found)
|137 days ago||
Framing Nailers - 26 replies
I know this isn’t used typically for woodworking but I am using it to build a something out of wood for my wood storage so advice would be helpful. So I’m going to be building a fairly large shed throughout this week and the weekend and I have had it with pounding nails the old fashioned way and looking for advice on a good framin...
|144 days ago||
Shop wiring and walls - 16 replies
Ok so I’ve finally scrapped together enough money in my secret stash to finalize my garage walls, I already have the R13 wall insulation it’s 2×4 studs. Now my question is should I use 1/2” plywood or 3/4” plywood on the walls and should I run conduit on the outside of the walls or leave the existing runs in the wal...
|146 days ago||
Identification - 12 replies
I have a few planes I was hoping you all could help me identify and a saw. The first two are the same model I just can’t find any stamping from the obvious the third is just a broken up one thats appears to be missing the part that would be the help in identification although it does have a PAT no. on it. ...
|149 days ago||
FS: Cherry Burls - 0 replies
For sale I have two pretty decent sized burls, I didn’t want to cut into the logs to deep, I am going to try and cut it down a little to save on shipping but didn’t want to ruin the pieces. Asking $45+ Shipping for the smaller on and $60+shipping for the bigger one I can cut it down however you want. ...
|156 days ago||
6" Top hat thien baffle - 13 replies
So me and a friend from work have been talking about building a top hat thien for awhile to try it out. Now for clarity I have 2hp Grizz DC and I am using 6” pipe everywhere up until the machine 4” ports, now we just went off the typical design of what everyone else has done using 4” pipe for the inlet and return. The pro...
|161 days ago||
FS: Stanley hand planes - 27 replies
Stanley Bailey no. 5C type 20 Cleaned up minor blemishes and the yellow paint is gone off the lever cap. Asking $40 + 12.35 shipping
|175 days ago||
I need a good set of chisels - 26 replies
Any suggestions on a good set of chisels, I have a crappy set of beater chisels but I’d like to invest in at least 4-6 good ones but not break my bank maybe $200-250. Or if someone is looking to trade some decent chisels I have a whole lot of hand planes I’ll be posting soon I’ve collected far to many duplicates and they nee...
|180 days ago||
6" Dust Collector Hose - 3 replies
Looking for 6” Dust collector hose best place I’ve found is Wood Worker’s Supply or woodworkers.com. Just looking for others advice before I pull the trigger.
|196 days ago||
Great people - 3 replies
So the other day I found a CL ad with live edge lumber for sale for only .50-$1 a board foot curious as to what species he had I asked if he had any Maple or Walnut (my favorites) he said he didn’t have walnut he was selling but did have maple and curly maple also. So I asked for directions and went and visited him today to see the wood, l...
|199 days ago||
Rust remover for my new planes - 49 replies
Alright so I just got a sweet deal on some new (Old) Stanley hand planes today along with the 5-6 others I’ve collected and I need to get the rust off, I know Evapo-Rust works great but is there any cheaper and readily available I can find anywhere stuff that works as good or better because I don’t feel like shelling out $20 for E-R ...
|211 days ago||
DC questions - 22 replies
So I recently purchased a 2HP Grizzly DC its rated at right around 1700CFM and has a 6inch main inlet, after scouting around I’ve realized that keeping it as 6inch runs will give me the best suctions I’ve already started building a tophat thien baffle collector for it but my questions are as follows… 1) Should I use PVC or M...
|222 days ago||
Grizzly shipping grease removal - 20 replies
So I just spent all last night and the night before cleaning the cutterhead on my new 8” spiral cutterhead jointer it took forever to get all that crap off it. I’m just wondering before I begin the tedious task of cleaning my 15” spiral thickness planer if there is an easier way to get this crap off without disassembling the en...
|241 days ago||
I think my shop may be a tad cluttered - 9 replies
So…yeah I need it to not be so hot out, so I can organize this mess. Oh and my precious’s have arrived to add even more clutter into my already super cluttered garage, 24×32 sure fills up fast. There’s a floor down there somewhere but I’ll be damned if I can find it, this little gremlin eats up ...