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Your Opinions of Delta 28-206 14" Band saw ??

10-18-2010 02:03 AM by Delta356 | 3 comments »

Hi everyone. So today I counted up my cash and found that I was able to spare $600.00 for a New Band saw. (Thank good for my commsioned jobs)... Any ways for about a 4 months I have been looking at Delta’s 14” 28-206 model band saw. I saw it a Rockler and looks like a good one. I have not seen any reviews on this saw on LJ’s and was wondering if any fellow LJ’s have this band saw and what there opinions on this Band Saw are?GOOD?, Bad? OK?, waste of money??The saw goe...

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Figured Maple and Walnut Coffee Table #3: Second Weekend part two

10-18-2010 12:49 AM by bohnsai | 1 comment »

I left off with the top being glued to some MDF risers. This morning I finish sanded it and put on two coats of lacquer. I will oil the walnut but I didn’t want to Maple any darker so I figured I’d lacquer it so when it’s all built up, the oil wont get into the maple top. Step 5: Finishing the Shelf I ripped the walnut border to length and laid it out to get an idea where to cut the biscuits. The center piece was a very clear piece of face grained walnut, so when I wen...

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Biscuit jointing edge of plywood?

10-18-2010 12:41 AM by ocwoodworker | 5 comments »

I know that biscuits do not add ‘real’ value to edge to edge joints (but times it just feels right). What about jointing edge of plywood if you want to make a walnut edge? I’m concerned that the edge grain of the plywood would soak up all the glue and starve the joint? Do any of y’all use biscuits in this condition?

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Building My Work Shop #2: Next up Air Filtration

10-18-2010 12:14 AM by Crushgroovin | 3 comments »

As winter comes up on the horizon I will be doing most of my work with the garage closed. That will make my dust problems even worse. I have had Asthma all of my life. It improved as I reached adulthood but probably not as much as it would have if I had not been smoking a pack a day for 15 years. Hey if you drank a fifth or two of Vodka a day you would smoke too! LOL All I can say for that is my 7 year old son got me to stop smoking last Christmas by telling me not to bother coming back in...

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The Slippery Slope #2: Pop's Basement Treasures

10-17-2010 11:35 PM by chrisstef | 8 comments »

With the excitment of stumbling upon those early handplanes, my interest in woodworking now reaching new heights , i dig deeper into the treasures sitting in my grandfathers basement: Among the many coffee cans, cigar boxes, drawers, and shelves were sitting a bunch of hand saws. I never thought of having a use for an old handsaw and i certainly didn’t see any value to them either, but these were Pop’s (my deceased grandfather), “i bet they would look kinda cool in my ma...

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Stairs where there were no stairs

10-17-2010 10:39 PM by PetePW | 4 comments »

Bought a house with no front entrance… I was tired of people walking through my garage (AKA Shop) to get in the house. After a little Auto-CAD and alot of elbow grease, these are the fruits of my labour.

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Simple Bed

10-17-2010 07:03 PM by DevilDogNurse | 3 comments »

This is a simple bed I just finished for my middle son. It’s the first time I’ve ever made a bed. It’s not perfect, but should be very functional. It’s made from 1×4 lumber grade cedar. I used a belt sander to smooth out the rough side of the lumber and a router with a round over bit to smooth out the edges. I’m in the process of coating it with three coats of polycrylic satin.

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Keepsake Trunk #1: #2 Keepsake trunk series

10-17-2010 05:32 PM by Howie | 2 comments »

Continuing with the trunkPictures #1 Soaking the wood for the “straps” #2 Jig on top used to route a groove in the dome for fitting the end panels(little out of sequence here) #3 Another picture of the jig—you will use this later also #4 Jig with added blocks for the bending #5 Jig with the soaked pieces for the lid clamped in #6 Jig and heat gun. I used the heat gun to dry out the straps after clamping in the jig. This works okay but I think it also works bet...

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Delta DJ30

10-17-2010 05:21 PM by flatboarder | 2 comments »

Does anyone have this paticular Jointer I need to ask a couple of question about the knives. Deta sent me some new knives but they stick out 1/4” into the rabbit slot. I double and triple checked and they are the correct part number for this machine. Here are some pictures so you can see for yourself. Thanks if anyone can help.I have been without a jointer now going on four months. The Buffet that I was building will be rotten by the time I get back to it. And I do certainly do miss my ...

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Woodworkers Just Gotta Be Bad People Sometimes....

10-17-2010 03:44 PM by poopiekat | 15 comments »

As I reminisce over projects, jobs, and situations I’ve endured over the decades, there has often been a lot of sleepless nights I’ve endured. There are just too many mean people out there, and it’s actually naive to think that a common identity as woodworking brothers and sisters suggests any kind of implicit harmony among us.I was well acquainted with hands-on woodworking by the time I entered ‘Practical Arts’ program at my junior high. My projects often got ...

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