I’m looking for a table extension for a Delta/Homecraft table saw/jointer # 34-500 of 34-600. The part # is 34-964. 5” x 22”.
I started this evening’s work right after supper attaching the hinges to the vents. I picked up a couple of pair of cabinet door hinges for $2 a set. I had to do a little chisel work so that they would fit properly. Once again here is the finished roof frame off the floor for easy access. I later regret having it off the floor or at least not having it clamped to the stands. Here I am attaching the plastic to the front. Using the clamps again to hold the plastic ...
Lumberjocks has had a few blogs listed in Google. I’ve mentioned that I am inspired by James Krenov. Searching for information about Mr. krenov I ran across Pitney and Ames who have been leading the way showing works of artisans that overlap in “form following function”. It’s what lead me here. I’m discovering others. And many who are closer in what they think and do with wood to my excitment with it. Some are really sculpting in wood as they are sculptors, ...
Hello all. My first post here, and somehow I was able to review some earlier posts (about a yr old) concerning a coopered top tool box. Now of course, I cant find my way back to the discussion. Would anyone have a clue if there are any plans available for the box or similiar to the one shown in the Toolbox Book by Jim Toplin, built by Mark Nels of Atlanta?
I have been working with all my new (read antiques that I have been cleaning up) hand tools for a few months with some pretty makeshift work holding devices. Starting a few days ago I have finally had a chance to start working on a few bench top helpers. I think I have enough MDF and scraps to make a bench hook with a planing stop for small work and to help with some chisel work, a bench hook for cross cutting (will add a miter too) and a shooting board. Having these helpers should make wo...
Today I sanded the drawer runners for a while, then worked on the vertical divider’s sliding dovetails. I first marked and chiseled-out the rear section of the sliding dovetail groove (I’d already done the front a few weeks back), then cut the recess in the front rail for the false front dovetail to fit into. Here are some pictures of the test fits: Then it was finally time to glue-up the top section of the carcass. I sanded all inside sections to 150 grit before startin...
It’s been about two years since I posted anything here – suspiciously similar to how long I was busy being a student at business school – so time to get back to it. I’ve dusted off my Sunshine tender model and cleared off room on the workbench so this winter it’s getting done. The backbone pieces get set up on the building frames and the transom and transom knee are glued onto the keel. The rubber band is to hold the keel down because it has a slight curve. ...
Thought I’d try this tool gloat as a blog entry. i’ve had the Powermatic 3520b for a few months now (gotta blog that.) When I first got it the two old Craftsman lathes had to go away ‘cause there weren’t no room in the inn for three lathes.So I put them under tarps in the driveway and Craig’s listed them to new homes. I knew when I got the 3520 that there was only one place in the garage for it…under the 14 inch I beam that runs from the front to t...
This will be mom and dad’s final resting place. I think I’ll keep this in dad’s old room after I fix it up. But after I make the living room furniture I may bring it back in there and put it on a shelf. I need to make some wedges for the inside corners out of some of the 8/4 walnut. I also plan to make some roundover molding for the bottom to transition the padauk to the walnut. I may slide another board in between the two for a deeper profile. Thank...
The new sled is almost done and I am much happier with it. As you can see it’s a basic sled. No Schmancy bits but it runs better in the table, has a DIY T-Track and a blade box so, it’s a upgrade. The back fence is 2 pieces of 1×6 laminated together with glue and screws. I cut a slot in this 5/8” wide and 1/4” deep then laminated a piece of cheap 14” ply over it and cut a 1/4” slot in that to make the t-track. It’s a bit crooked at one ...
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