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|365 days ago||
kentucky stick chair ( help!!!! ) - 4 replies
Hey guys I’m building the Kentucky stick chair. I need to know where to buy the 5/32 galvanized wire that’s used.. where did you buy it? I’ve messaged people on here just no replies :( thanks
|1346 days ago||
Planer & Jointer? - 7 replies
I was going to buy a G0453PX 15” 3 HP 220V Planer, Polar Bear Series ( With spiral cutter head ) but then i happen to think why buy just the single planer when u can get a planer/jointer combo.. My question is why do they make these tools seperate in the first place. Why would you not buy a all in one that does both .. Just needing s...
|1364 days ago||
Help me figure this type of wood please... - 5 replies
Hey guys, I was told this was Maple before I cut it but wanted to be sure. My gpaw said it might also be sweet gum. I took a side off by running it through the mill. You can see the grain and the bark. I wasnt able to get pictures of the leaves as I already left the site of where I cut them. Thanks guys for the help James
|1607 days ago||
Guess What I GOT!! - 7 replies
WOW!!! I finally got it guys… I live in Arkansas and we went to Missouri today at the springfield showcase and yes.. I picked me up a G0691 table saw along with a few other goodies. IM SO HAPPY!!! I got the base and extension kit along with a miter 5000 and accourse the g0691. I took a few minutes to setup the base and extension kit. ...
|1629 days ago||
Veneer Question - 9 replies
Ok guys im doing a poker table and have a question. The poker table is a octogon. So the Racetrack will be in peices of 8 accourse. Now Each peice gets 45 cut on each end. Just from ya’lls experience. Which do i do.. Do I Veneer the mdf then cut the 45? OR… So I cute the 45 then maybe use a flush trim bit? I just want a ...
|1640 days ago||
hey guys - 8 replies
Just wanted to say hgello and glad i found the forum.. Hope to learn alot here!! THanks James