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|08-15-2014 08:51 PM||
WTB: Handsaw Lots - 3 replies
Hi all, I am looking to buy decent user handsaws. I’d like to buy them in lots- such as 5+ from the same person because as they require large and heavy boxes, the shipping is usually fairly high. I’m looking to purchase saws from the golden age i.e., 1850’s to late 1940’s. If you don’t know what you have I can pr...
|07-04-2014 03:56 PM||
First off is a Stanley no. 7 jointer I believe type 7. I’d like $55 + shipping but make an offer. The blade is good, no pitting and sharp enough to go to work right away. “V” logo. The base casting is in fair shape, however there is a hairline crack on the right cheek. The crack seems to be quite old and stable, but t...
|01-21-2013 11:05 AM||
Cove cuts for raised panels - 7 replies
Hi LJ’s! I was looking at way to create raised panels cheaply as I can’t dish out a hundred or so dollars for a set of router/shaper bits. My question is, has anyone ever used the table saw set up to cut a cove, to cut the profile around the edge of a raised panel? I think this could be a great solution for raised panels, and the ...