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Stanley plane #45 cutters, box 1 and 2.

02-07-2016 02:12 AM by jhudson | 3 comments »

Hello. I am new here and was looking for a bit of advise. I inherited some of my grandfathers tools years ago and in them are box 1 and box 2 of a Stanley 45 plane. Both boxes are complete and in the original wooden boxes. Any idea of their value and a good source to sell them. I am not a fan of eBay. I would have posted pictures but haven’t figured that out yet. Thanks!

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My new Bandsaw

02-07-2016 01:33 AM by Rustic | 7 comments »

Hey Guys and Gals, Just thought that I would do a little tool gloat… I pulled the trigger on a Grizzly GO555Lanv 14 inch Bandsaw. I bought the riser kit for it too. So now I am joining the big league with this. This is how it arrived. The riser kit. the box over 200lbs Almost done Done I love the “Griz” The inaugural cut was made wit ha large piece of osage orange

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Cleaning up the bench, projects are over with...

02-07-2016 12:48 AM by bandit571 | 6 comments »

Tool tray was over flowing with “stuff” , couple pounds of saw dust/wood shavings. Found a few tool down in there, too… is a tool tray, after all.. Usually I used just one of those square like things… Been trying to keep these somewhat organized, but…also need to sharpen a few up.. But these were in the way…that mallet off to the side? Is one I turned a while back. Tape measure? As long as I can read the numbers, fine, I use just one ta...

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Used Tool Deals! Garage Sales, Salvage Stores and Auctions! #1: Today's Finds 6Feb2016

02-06-2016 11:06 PM by Dex378 | 3 comments »

I am always on the lookout for tools that I need (and always looking for tools I don’t need). But we all know that everything is so damn expensive these days. I have 4 kids so I can’t afford to run out and buy all my tools new. I try and hit yard sales, garage sales and salvage stores when I can. Most of the tools guys like us use are outdated junk to everyone else. The average homeowner owns a compound miter saw nowadays and wouldn’t know which end of a hand saw cuts the wo...

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The dump truck #3: Axis

02-06-2016 07:14 PM by Dutchy | 6 comments »

To make the axis holes fully parallel I made a new jig. I had seen this jig here at LJ but can’t remember where. Sorry! My own conceived jig was much more time consuming. I make the hole 8,5mm over the full length. This makes that the 8mm. dowel can turn in the axis.

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The dump truck #2: Leaf springs

02-06-2016 06:44 PM by Dutchy | 3 comments »

I had to made groves from 0,7 mm wide in the springs. I don’t have tools to do this and that’s why I made the springs out of more pieces. I also wanted black springs and therefor I used european oak. Ebonizing european oak is easy because it contains a lot of tannic acid.

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Craftsman Side Table #9: Completed Table

02-06-2016 04:50 PM by DanMelander | 1 comment »

Completed table. I finished the walnut top with 7 coats of wipe on satin poly. I sanded the top after 4 coats with a 400 grit sanding sponge and sanded the top after coat 6 with a 1200 grit sanding sponge. The final surface is super smooth. Now on to table #2, which will be narrower and deeper with a smaller drawer.

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A Tale of Two Guitars #3: Scarf Joint and Heel Block

02-06-2016 03:32 PM by fatandy2003 | 0 comments »

Started off by trimming up the neck blank and planning it square. **Just a note here: I couldn’t find anywhere that definitively instructed on the width of the neck blank. At the guitar joint, the neck is 2-1/8” wide and at the nut it is 1-3/4”. But, since the headstock is made from the same blank, most are 3” wide due to the widest part of the headstock. So we went with a 3” wide blank (however, my headstock will taper the opposite way as normal, so I could have glued up a thinner blan...

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Adding new hardware to eCabinets hardware database.

02-06-2016 02:54 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

Adding new hardware to eCabinets hardware database.I was asked the question. Do you have anything on how to add new hardware that is not in my library? I need to add accuride 3832 guides in 22” and 20” I am very new to ecabinets and am having trouble. Today I will show you how to add new hardware to eCabinets hardware database. I will also show you how to associate drawer slides to your drawer boxes. You can also Follow me onFacebook

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front porch build #1: wrap around 44' x 9' front porch on 2 story colonial in midwest

02-06-2016 02:08 PM by aurora | 5 comments »

my wife has always wanted a house with a big front porch to sit out on. for the past 20years, i kicked the can down the road and promised her i would build her a big front porch, next year. decided to try to get it done before the snow flies this year. got plans approved by city in late september and started work in october, so i know i gotta hustle, and …. pray for good weather. (we were very lucky this year to have had a very long dry fall and non existent early winter. snows h...

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