Hello All, It was strange how both Tom and Ralph sent me things today, which I seemed to need. I am not sure how they knew I was in peril (ok that may be to strong a word, slightly confused would be more accurate), but they came through. Thanks! http://su.pr/1k1Cfz Brian
I have decided to write down a few of my ambitious project goals for this year. Hopefully, by this time next year, I’ll be able to look back at what I had listed and see if any of it actually happened. Build a Bench out of an old Water-bed headboard I have in the garage.Build a small wood case to house a computer designed strictly for gaming.Build a wooden case for an old turntable I have refurbished in the garage.Finish restoring my garage before winter.Finish the Fireplace Windbloc...
Just wanted to reach out and thank everyone on Lumberjocks for making me feel welcome. I am very surprised that I haven’t stumbled across this site before now. I was actually doing a search in Google when I came across this site forum and wanted to sign up instantly. I look forward to exploring everything there is to see and making some new friends, no matter what part of the world you are in. Rob
Im looking into building a benchtop type of wirewheel to clean up rough fir lumberI’m thinking of a pulley drive from the table saw … (using that motor& belt to run a stack of wire wheels about 8’’ wide total im looking for a arbor mounted on pillow blocksI know ive seen these contraptions for sale BUT my old age is catching up to me, any ideas as where to get these kits that you just put the pulley and business end on ?? i could go to princess auto and...
Thanks for all of you who have watched my progress in this series and helped me out along the way. Here’s the final installment. Mostly, I want to impress upon everyone the value of using Google SketchUp. I kind of forced myself to learn the basics in order to design this project and it was well worth it.
A pile of lumber….Gathering materials, working out cut lists and design…..Man, why can’t we just fire up the equipment and get going. Well, to begin with, there are other projects that are trying to get done and can’t get going in shop til all the materials get delivered. Be it as it may, we were able to begin cutting on the carcases of the lower bookcases this afternoon. It is so rewarding to look at a pile of lumber and see what kind of shape and display it tr...
Right Click to DownloadRight Click to Download in HDSubscription Options In the past, I’ve discussed how shop improvements are never done. As our needs and tool preferences change, the shop has to be able to adjust accordingly. If not, you will likely be faced with an inefficient and potentially unsafe work environment. If you can believe it, its already been over a year since Nicole and I moved into our new house. And for those that don’t know, we are indeed still carrying ...
I have worked in the woodworking industry for the past 40 years. During that time I have been exposed to a lot of different woodworking machines and techniques and have grown to love woodworking. I have also been a hobby woodworker for all of those years although I haven’t had the opportunity to pursue this part of woodworking as much as I would have liked because of the time constraints forced on me by my career in the industry and my lack of an adequate place to pursue it such as a well equ...
Well, not really, but I have the capability now… I’ve been wanting to make a sort of Router Table ever since Bob Kollman sent me a care package of Plastics… No matter what idea I finally decide upon, all of my thought’s unifying theme is using the plastic as the top…So I took a couple hours this morning to finally make the top or work surface…I marked the locations of the screws with the 1/4” scuff plate that was on the Router and simply made an exten...
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