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|11-25-2015 12:59 PM||
Wood Type? - 4 replies
I scavenged a table from the side of the road that I’ve cut up for some projects but I’m unsure what type of wood it is. Can anyone help out by looking at these pictures? Thanks!
|01-22-2014 03:48 PM||
Top 15 gone? - 11 replies
I’ve been away for awhile but when logging into Lumberjocks I no longer see the Top 15 projects. Is it just me? I suspect it is. Thanks!
|10-07-2013 01:57 PM||
Influence of the cap-iron on hand planes - 0 replies
Many of you may have seen this already but I found it fascinating. VIDEO
|08-04-2013 01:15 AM||
FREE bandsaw part - 1 reply
I’ve got an extra upper bracket that will fit several bandsaw mfg’s that use a 3/4” diameter round guide post. This is a new part and I just have no use for it as it will not fit my particular JET model. Just shoot me a message and I’ll be glad to send it to you. Thanks!
|07-29-2013 06:05 PM||
Jet Bandsaw parts - 4 replies
I have grown tired of my Shopsmith bandsaw attachment and found this Jet JWBS-14CS recently. I need to replace several parts including the guide post assembly (guides, guard, bearing, spacer, screws etc), 1lower trunnion knob and lower bearing. I have a buddy that has the post assembly but it is probably as old as this saw so I was wondering whe...
|09-10-2012 12:14 PM||
Hand tool find - 6 replies
My lovely bride located a transitional plane this past weekend at a local flea market and thought I might be interested. She said it had a bell on it and was only $15. I told her to wait and I would take a look. When I got there I see it is a Stanley #127. There are some cracks in the base I will need to deal with and it looks like the blade is ...
|08-29-2012 05:13 AM||
The King, Trucks and Tedeschi - 5 replies
This is my first Non-shop Talk post but I just had to share this. There are a lot of things I have on my bucket list and I just crossed one off tonight. I finally got to see B.B. King in person. Granted, he is 86 years old but he can still entertain and he’s got a pretty good band behind him. The icing on the cake however was seeing ...
|07-14-2012 09:06 PM||
What have I got here...an old patched up friend? - 7 replies
My wife and I hit some flea markets today. Her goal was to find something pretty, mine was to find something old and rusty. Actually, I was looking for an old spokeshave to rescue. Instead, I found this handsaw. I don’t know much about these Disstons, but I know I like cleaning them up and making them work for me. This one was ...
|06-21-2012 05:57 PM||
Miter gauge slot difference - Unisaw - 7 replies
My Unisaw did not come with a miter gauge so I have been using the one from the Shopsmith and it has performed ok, until now. It seems my sawtop has 2 different width slots. I’ve only used the miter gauge in the right hand side slot. Yesterday I moved it to the left hand slot and it would not fit. The T-slot in the right hand slot is 23.6m...
|06-07-2012 05:20 PM||
Grandpa gets a drill bit holder - 4 replies
I got a big surprise yesterday. Seems the grandsons have been using my workshop behind my back and built me this drill bit holder. I suppose they were sick of me looking for bits all the time. They “borrowed” some of the church pew wood I’ve been recycling and came up with this (I think my son helped, cause those grandsons are ...
|05-27-2012 10:39 PM||
Polyurethane butterflies??? - 1 reply
What’s up with butterflies and poly? I had the garage door up all day today working on an outfeed table and as soon as I started laying on a coat of poly the butterflies came out in droves. It was kinda creepy, they were landing all over the table, flitting all around the brush and can. What is it about that finish that gets them all...
|04-28-2012 03:19 AM||
I miss my shop! - 10 replies
It’s been too long since I’ve been able to do anything productive in my shop. You see, we’re expanding our laundry room and I’m ankle deep in drywall dust (does anybody hate tape and bedding more than me?). As a result my Unisaw project is on hold as are all my other woodworking projects. This depresses me, I need uplifti...
|04-16-2012 01:46 PM||
From forest to field - 0 replies
Not sure how many had seen this video but I thought I would post it here for others to see. I love baseball and woodworking and this includes them both (though I’m not a Hanley Ramirez fan).
|03-08-2012 02:02 PM||
Home Depot and PayPal - 3 replies
This may not be news to others but it caught me by surprise. Anyone see an option at your Home Depot to pay for purchases using PayPal? I saw it for the first time yesterday at my Cedar Hill store when I went through the self check-out. HomeDepot
|02-29-2012 11:06 PM||
Bois D'Arc possibilities - 10 replies
On the way home yesterday I saw a stack of wood from a tree that had been toppled and turns out to be a Bois D’Arc (Osage Orange). I loaded up 3 big pieces like the one you see below. I heard this wood is tough to work with but I promptly cut out a section with the bandsaw and it was surprisingly easy to do. Perhaps because it is still gr...
|02-16-2012 11:19 PM||
Chisel mayhem! - 12 replies
I stumbled across this carnage the other day. How (and why) do you suppose stuff like this happens? I know it’s only a $12 chisel but still, it deserves more respect than this. If there can be a PETA why can’t we have PETT (People for the Ethical Treatment of Tools).
|02-09-2012 03:32 AM||
The oaks on me - 1 reply
I seldom run into any decent wood w/o paying dearly for it but I’m pretty excited about my latest find. I snatched 5 church pews recently for $6.40. I did not really know what I was getting but it turns out to be a lot of oak. One pew was claimed by my lovely bride but I had to cut it down to 5’ long (14’ was just too long). ...
|01-12-2012 10:21 PM||
Mirror frame design help - 3 replies
I would like some suggestions from the community out there. I have stumbled upon a couple of mirrors both in a trapezoid shape. The measurements for each are shown below. I would like to frame these two mirrors but I am not sure of my approach. If “you” were to do it, what design would you choose? I know there are factors (material c...