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24" Bandsaw #1: To sell or re-motor - calling all electrical motor buffs

01-28-2009 06:32 AM by tooldad | 6 comments »

I had the opportunity to get a 24” bandsaw that supposedly works for $100. It appears to be 30 years old and in good physical shape. My stepgrandfather, Ernie knows a guy that knows a guy, etc. Anyways he said something to me at Thanksgiving and he told me he would have bought it but he couldn’t use it in his garage. I asked him why, is it 220? He said it was 3 phase. I replied that we have 3 phase at school and want a large bandsaw. So he called the guy back and said I woul...

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500 Days

01-28-2009 06:27 AM by BarryW | 4 comments »

It’s my 500th day being a part of Lumberjocks…and while a blog entry isn’t the best place to celebrate, why not Ever since I joined Lumberjocks I’ve found something to appreciate…and ever more so now that I need the inspiration to move forward with my shop. Thanks to everyone who posts projects and ideas…you’re helping me refine what I want to do in my shop and what I want to accomplish in the years ahead.

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Rocking Chairs I Love #6: Rocking Chairs I Love: Bill Lindau Edition

01-28-2009 01:47 AM by Furnitude | 5 comments »

Have a look at the stunning rocking chairs of Bill Lindau: http://tinyurl.com/ahehr3

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Workbench Buildup #1: Desmond-Stephan Vise Restoration

01-28-2009 01:20 AM by justsawin | 5 comments »

Not exactly a woodworking project, but will parlay into a workbench project to come. This is an old vise I got from my dad’s shop. I don’t know too much about it, but it says Desmond-Stephan Mfg Co. on the left side and Urbana, Ohio on the right. I restored it to useable condition and will mount it on my new workbench after building it. Before Restoration. A rusted mess! I used an “Electrolytic Rust Removal” process to remove the bulk of the rust. I couldn...

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Hide Glue #2: Hide Glue Primer

01-28-2009 01:03 AM by David | 15 comments »

I am interested in hide glue for a number of reasons. The first of which is the “romance” of using a traditional method that has its foundations as far back as Ancient Egypt and the cabinet shops of Colonial America. I also appreciate the pace of using hide glue . . . slow while getting set-up and quick when applying the glue. I also like the reversibility of hide glue and the fact that it accepts stain and finish without leaving telltale glue marks like that pesky spot of PVA ...

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i am PISSED!

01-27-2009 10:31 PM by macpiper | 28 comments »

i don’t own a shop. while, eventually i will have one, i don’t currently have a shop. so, in order for me to get some woodworking done i rent time at a local shop, and up until lately that has not been a problem. i go in on saturdays and do my thing for a couple hours, put my project up on an out of the way shelf (i always use the same shelf), pay and head home. all is well and fine and has been for the past year and a half. i am currently working on a box with a curved base. t...

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Spice Box #3: Deadline quickly approaching, running outta time

01-27-2009 10:07 PM by MedicKen | 0 comments »

Well as the time approaches for the contest end I find myself scrambling to get things completed. Due to financial constraints and the holidays I am doing my best to have it completed by the end of the month. The box is almost complete, all the moulding, bracket feet have been machined and attached and all the drawers are constructed and dry fit. All that is left are the drawer bottoms, fitting the door, final sanding, finishing and installing hardware. I am working most of the remaining days...

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Kobalt miter saw

01-27-2009 08:48 PM by cartog | 5 comments »

Help, I have a 10’’ Kobalt sliding compound miter saw with laser guide that doesn’t cut true. I’ve adjusted the fence with a right angle straight edge several times with no success. Anyone experienced such a problem?thanks much in advance,Bill

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Help

01-27-2009 08:02 PM by jerod | 8 comments »

I signed up on photobucket with my pics of the project that has no instructions that i am doing, how do u paste those pics so u can see them on this site if i did it right its pics 1-7 and if anyone can help me put this together and if i have all the parts its suppose to be a wind mill and and old covered wagon jerod

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J.A. Henckels Kitchen Knives

01-27-2009 05:49 PM by woodbug | 10 comments »

I have a set of J.A. Henckels knives I got at a flea market. I was wondering if anyone knew of a place to send the to get new handles put on them. The ones that are on there are all split and some are missing pieces.

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