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Good first impression, good second impression.  Happy buyer.

Good first impression, good second impression. Happy buyer.

08-15-2016 02:40 AM by bbasiaga | 5 comments »

Back in January at the woodworking show in Indianapolis I purchased this Earlex 5500 spray station. LJs very own Eaerlextech was there giving demos, and they had a special package price on the unit, plus a cleaning kit and 1.5mm needle. I’d been thinking about it a long time, so I jumped on it. I also ordered the non-lined spray cup for use with alcohol and oil based finishes. For my first project, I chose to spray shellac. If you are not an experienced sprayer, shellac is a good...

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Quickbench...its quick, its a bench, but it won't replace your workbench

Quickbench...its quick, its a bench, but it won't replace your workbench

05-06-2016 06:28 PM by bbasiaga | 3 comments »

I bought two of these Quickbench folding work tables more than a year ago. My thinking was they would be great for my 1 car garage shop. They can be folded up and set against the wall to get out of the way and give me some more room around the shop. The main features- the top has dog holes, and a vice, and comes with some plastic dogs. -there is a tray in each top where you can put screws and small tools and have them out of the way of the work surface, and secure- The tops can fold dow...

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Rigid 4510, a Beginner's Perspective

Rigid 4510, a Beginner's Perspective

01-03-2013 04:58 AM by bbasiaga | 10 comments »

I have been lucky enough to be collecting some tools to help me expand my project capabilities from rough carpentry to some finer work. I recently got a planer, and today added a table saw. Previously I had made very good, and I’d like to think creative, use of a straight cut guide for my circular saw and a compound miter saw. After having worn out my CMS, I was preparing to purchase another, and decided to instead give it a little TLC and buy a table saw. I read many reviews and ...

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