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|07-07-2014 08:04 PM||
Question for my power tool brethren. - 15 replies
Question for my power tool buddies. I know at least a couple of you have this same machine. My 14” Sears Band Saw.New blade.Guides all set just right.No obstructions.Everything set JUST right. When I turn it on, it seems a little slow starting up but does get up to speed.BUT, when I begin to push a board through it to cut it, even...
|03-19-2014 04:18 AM||
Shutting off a blog - 4 replies
Can someone tell me how to turn off the automatic blog notifications from a buddy who is running a series without having to un-friend them?Some of the blogs that run on and on hold no interest for me.Thanks a bunch.
|03-04-2014 07:41 PM||
Traditions..... - 13 replies
I don’t know how it is in the rest of the world, but here in the U.S., we take our tradition of “Fat Tuesday” very seriously…lol:)And NEVER let it be said that my house doesn’t honor tradition…
|07-29-2013 09:47 PM||
My Poor Planer - 9 replies
Most everyone who knows me, knows that 99% of the wood I use for my projects is reclaimed shipping pallet/crate wood.It’s all oak and in good shape, but FULL of nails and staples.I have been working on a pretty big project recently and plucking staples and nails out of my stock like crazy.I know I’ve missed a few.If I go to hell when...
|03-22-2013 01:19 AM||
Finishing question - 7 replies
I’m making a chair out of oak and there is light colored and dark colored wood combined. I want to try and finish it to be a uniform dark reddish stained color with the grain still visible. Can I get some suggestions?Thanks a bunch.
|09-11-2012 01:39 PM||
9-11 - 12 replies
We will never forget…
|03-31-2012 12:56 AM||
Ulterior Movtives... - 9 replies
“Why no Honey, tackling that -Honey Do- list like a crazy man has nothing at all to do with me looking through those new band saw catalogs”.“I’m a little flabbergasted that you would even suggest such a thing”.....
|02-26-2012 12:52 AM||
Turning a Lampshade - 5 replies
3 minute video. This guy is a hell of a lot better then I am at turning! Enjoy. http://www.wimp.com/woodenlampshade/
|02-21-2012 09:21 PM||
Fat Tuesday - 16 replies
We honor tradition at my house.And, I sacrificed myself and had a few for you members who have a dietary restriction.Hey, that’s what friends are for, right?Anything for my fellow Lumberjocks !
|01-16-2012 02:56 PM||
Gianst / Packers - 14 replies
Anybody know who won that Giants / Packers game ?
|11-11-2011 04:34 PM||
Thank you. - 12 replies
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
|10-23-2011 11:03 PM||
Turning Question - 9 replies
To all my turning buddies, a quick question.I just scored some fresh oak that was being cut down in my neighborhood.I want to try and turn it.It’s green (cut yesterday).I’d like to make some bowls and platters.Should I wait for it to dry, or turn it now? And, If I save some to turn later, how should I store it to dry out slowly?Th...
|09-08-2011 09:49 PM||
How We Roll - 74 replies
Allow me to take this opportunity to apologize to all my LumberJock friends who are supporters of the teams that the MIGHTY, MIGHTY CHICAGO BEARS are going to steam roll this season on their way to a HUGE Super Bowl victory!!! The banner hanging from my shop says it all baby!!! The Lombardi Trophy is coming home to Chicago this year ...
|07-15-2011 04:46 AM||
One Project Post A Day - 51 replies
Wow, since this morning, 47 projects have been posted.I looked after I got home from my Woodworkers Guild meeting tonight and I had to go three pages back to see where I had left off just this early afternoon!Can there be a rule implemented limiting each member to one project post a day?If you have one or two members posting five or ten or fifte...
|04-04-2009 12:58 AM||
Need Morris Style Rocker Plans. - 6 replies
Anybody have a set of Morris Style Rocker plans I can borrow?I’ll take good care of them (promise) and send them right back when I’m done.I’ll send a self addressed stamped envelope. Thanks a bunch. Lumberjock: woodwreckeremail: email@example.com