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|10-06-2007 01:12 AM||
Did some of the forums get lost? - 20 replies
I can’t find the woodturning forum and a couple of others that I know were here earlier in the week. Or is this a parallel universe and I’ve come back as a flatwork man??
|09-24-2007 11:31 PM||
Veterans Day & The Freedom Pen Project - 2 replies
Hard to believe that October is next week and that November is so close behind that, but looking at Gary’s pens made me think about it and remember that Veterans Day is just a few weeks away, really. Have any of you participated in some expression of the Freedom Pen Project? Some patriotic folks started this a number of years ago. The i...
|09-22-2007 05:32 AM||
Basic Scrollsaw Skills - 5 replies
I had someone on a different forum ask me an interesting question today. Where could he find some web video on basic scrollsaw skills? Anyone here have an answer for him? I did recommend that he visit us here, but I am not aware of ANY. Have not visited YouTube, but frankly don’t WANT to visit them. Much rather visit a dedicated wood site....
|09-08-2007 04:30 AM||
ROS special - 5 replies
Grizzly has an Internet special until 9/13 on a palm sander that sounds pretty good. I don’t know the machine, but hey, for $28 delivered ($20 plus shipping), it’s hard to go wrong. Hook & Loop “orbital palm sander” that has a sole plate that reseambles a steam iron. Also includes 9 sheets of abrasive and a dust co...
|08-18-2007 02:07 AM||
Turning on the TV - 3 replies
Ever watch TLC and catch the Canadian produced show, How’s It Work? Caught two episodes while catching up on some computer housekeeping. Since I commented on the “fast turn” pen video and then watched Mot’s video on the same, I thought I’d share that they showcased an unnamed turner whose specialty is the making...
|08-16-2007 01:05 AM||
Something for the FAQs for new videographers - 5 replies
Greetings! New to the LumberJocks. Nicely done. I’ve felt that the concept of a woodworking community sharing visually as well as text-ually is a great one. This is nicely executed, IMO. One thing that I’d like to see go on the FAQs for new videographers is to pay particular attention to audio levels when you’re recording...