I Have had this tool for 12 yrs and have never used it.The wood components look like they were hand made.Has anyone ever seen one before. I have no idea who made it and how old it is. I have asked allot of people and no one has ever seen one before. Any help would be appreciated.Here are some more pictures of different angles.A side view with out the knivesA top view Right click, click on open in new tab for a bigger pictureThe knivesTop view Right click, click view image in new tab for bigge...
A lot of us take sanding wood for granted, yet it is the most basic skill we need to know about woodworking. I’ve often quipped that woodworking is 10% design, 10% construction, and 80% sanding. But with all the grades of sandpaper available, it’s something that can easily confuse the beginning woodworker. In this video, I have tried to boil sandpaper down to its basics.
Well, this one went together 2.5-3 times as fast as the first. Used 2×6 for the top of this one instead of a 2×4. I will switch out the top of the other horse to match. Didnt have enough plywood for the shelf, thats the last bit and it will be complete. I have been using the scrap cut offs to practice the finish I plan on using for my next project…
I don’t know about you guys but everytime i go down to my shop i can’t find any pencils . I bought a big box of pencils a while ago and now I can’t find any of them . I wish whomever is stealing my pencil they would leave me a nickel or something evrytime he takes one. I thinks the pencil theif is realated to the sock theif also . Evrytime we do laundry were are always missing a sock to. Happy sunday to everyone (expect the bastard taking my pencils)
Even with all the technology out there I still do the “OLD SCHOOL” FULL SCALE LAYOUT. For some reason I can’t get away from it. Even if I draw it on Auto Cad I still put more trust in it than anything else. I would really be interested in your comments. Yesterday I was looking around the shop and allot of 4×8 sheets of plywood had full scale drawings on them, AM I GOING NUTS ? Or does anyone else do this ?
Phillipe has been competitive all of his young life. From the time he was in play school, he always wanted to have the tallest block castle or be the last one left in the spelling bee. Some found him to be too competitive, but most saw him as someone who was destined to be enterprising and successful. Now he was a teen and on this cold winter day he is bound and determined to build the best snowman ever. Never mind that little snowman on the other side of the pond -HIS snowman would be ...
I have a ridgid 14” bandsaw I i think it is way underpowered . I’ve seen the blogs one where members have bought new motors and put on the saw . Well I can’t find 1.5 hp motor for less that hundred . Don’t nreallyu have the money for that ,but What i can fvind is table saws all over craigslist for$40-$50 . Can i take the motor out of their and put on my saw . Or are the rpms going to be to high .
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?
”We build too many walls and not enough bridges” – Isaac Newton I had a lot of fun yesterday. I finished my little bridge and even though I had made one previously that went to the magazine, I had learned some things on this site that made the glue up much easier and it went together like clockwork. It was only a couple of months ago when I struggled to make the first one, and it made me feel good to think that I learned so much in such a short time. It went together so...
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