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|06-28-2015 05:43 PM||
Any one have experience with bench top jointer? - 26 replies
I have been looking at two jointers the delta and jet bench top model. My shop is small and I don’t make Hugh projects. Both of these have a few neg comments usually about the indeed and out feed tables. Does any one have anything to firstname.lastname@example.org
|06-22-2015 10:38 PM||
Any. Info on the best for the money would be appriciatedWalt lumley Wilmington Delaware
|12-30-2014 12:39 AM||
In need of plans for 18 inch doll furniture - 4 replies
Would anyone have some of these plans? I don’t plan to go into biUsiness but my 8 yr old granddaughter asked if I could make her doll a bed .How do you say no to that. Looking on the internet I find kits and outlandishly expensive plans. Can someone please help,!!!!!!!
|09-19-2014 06:05 PM||
Remodeling workshop - 7 replies
Plan to upgrade dust collection. Currently ductwork is flex tubing I want to use 4” PVC . MY question is which is better schedule 20 or 40 PVC welcome any suggestionsWalt.
|10-29-2013 01:16 AM||
Woodsmith Magazine back issues now online - 5 replies
FYI those of you that have purchased the woodsmith TV series DVD collections. can now access all the back issues of the magazine on line. Check into Woodsmith.com/back issue libarary. If you subscribe to the magazine or have the DVD collection the back issues are free. You can search all issues and print out step by step plansWalt
|10-15-2013 08:22 PM||
Need plans for a magazine rack - 1 reply
My wife( financial backer) has requested a magazine rack. I would like to make one that would hold magazines and a laptop computer. Anyone have a source of good plans for this project?Walt
|09-17-2013 01:10 AM||
Free fish - 1 reply
My daughter just bought a home with a Koi pond and wants to remove she has 18 Koi and two catfish in the pond they are FREE to anyone who wants them. They are located in the Wilmington DE. area If interested let me know and I will get you in touch with her.Walt
|01-18-2013 05:26 PM||
Questions about recently obtained lathe - 9 replies
I have recently obtained a 12 in variable seeed wood lathe. (Delta 46-700) with the ser# 92D97878. I have thired to get information on the lathe and have been able to get a Instruction manual but none of the pictures in the manual match the lathe I have. It appears to be a Delta 46 700 Bench model lathe but it is mounted on a stand and does n...
|08-02-2012 03:16 PM||
woodsmith shop on PBS FYI - 0 replies
I just recieved an E-Mail from WHYY Philadelphia stateing that they will be airing Season Six of the woodshmith shop on September 29th Actual time is not yet firmed up but for all of you in the WHYY viewing area keep this day in mind. I have seen the previews and it looks like a great season for beginners and oldtime wood workers.
|07-02-2012 02:51 PM||
Season Six of the Woodsmith shop - 3 replies
FYI to all Season 6 of woodsmith shop are now being made please contact your local PBS station and request that they air this program. It is much better than the normal type of woodcraft shows.Walt
|02-23-2011 07:52 PM||
Router base material - 4 replies
I have recently obtained a dove tail jig and collar set. The Jig is made for a 7/16 collar and 1/2 in dove tail bit. I have all the parts but the router I have will need a different base to accommodate the brass collar. Just for information what is the best material to use. I was considering hardboard1/8 inch. Any suggestions would be appriciated
|11-12-2010 08:41 PM||
Replacing wooden drawer guides with metal slides - 4 replies
I am reconditioning a shop cabinet that has wooden drawer glides that are broken. I have enough space for a metal guide but the drawer is 15 inches deep and I can only seem to find 14 or 16 inche guides. Any suggestion welcome
|11-08-2010 04:55 PM||
Miter Gauge malfunction - 10 replies
I have a delta contractors saw that is 2 yrs old and recently when attempting a 45 Degree cut for a picture frame. I began to have trouble keeping the angle consistant. After rechecking for the 4th time I discovered that the handle meant for locking the gauge in place would not tighten completly. Turning it I could feel it start to tighten the...
|11-03-2010 09:08 PM||
Lee valley Tool box trays - 10 replies
First senior moment:Today I got a e-mail notification and in that a LJ listed the web site for lee valley tool box trays. These are now being sold again. I went there and it is a great buy and very useful Who ever sent it THANK YOU http://leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=46037&cat=1,43326 That is is site and these provide excelle...
|10-12-2010 03:34 PM||
Hinges and MDF - 7 replies
I am in the process of building a shop air cleaner. The plans call for a sliding bottom to remove the filters. I have altered this because I want full acces to the filters and the fan for cleaning.The top and sides are made from 3/4 inch MDF. I am installing weather stripping on the bottom to allow for a trap door arrangement and still provide a...
|09-21-2010 09:05 PM||
Christmas tree ornament patterns - 5 replies
Does anyone have a good source for scroll saw patterns for Christmas tree ornaments?
|09-20-2010 03:47 PM||
Routing a rabbit in MDF - 11 replies
I am in the process of making a sanding vacume box. The plans call for a box of 3/4 MDG with a perferated top secured to the top with screws. I would like to place a recessed set of pererated boards to make the project better. However I did assemble the box before I cut the rabbit. I was wondering if I could safely use a trim router with a rabb...
|08-18-2010 04:52 PM||
MDF splitting - 8 replies
I have been building a shop table project that has MDF as a frame. The plans called for butt joint, screwed and glued but even though I predrilled and used wax on the screws I still had some splitting of the end of the MDF piece. Is there a good way to prevent thisWalt447