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rainbow poplar

05-12-2018 06:38 PM by rainbowman | 4 comments »

im a wholesale live edge slab company my name is martin stepp im in hendersonville nc we have all types of wood ambrosia maple sycamore oaks but we are really into rainbow poplar we have slabs up to six ft wide i have all widths you can contact me at 8284892285 we have 400,000 on hand

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Laguna 20” helical planer question

05-12-2018 06:13 PM by dqcustom | 0 comments »

Hello!I’m wondering if some of you fellow LJ could give me some advice on a new planer. I have a Dewalt DW735 and am in need of a 15” or 20” with more power. I came across a used MPLAN2010-0130, Laguna Tools 20” Planer w/Shear TecII. 4 PostLagunafor $2,500 (new 4,000) Is this a good one to have if anyone has experience with it? Is there something else I should and could consider for this price tag? I was going to buy a new 20” HH jet for $3,500. Or an older machine most likely wi...

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Classic trestles for my brothers surfboards (saw horses)

05-12-2018 03:29 PM by mafe | 9 comments »

Classic trestlesfor my brothers surfboards My dear brothers work trestles that he use for his for cleaning and preparing his kite surfboards, were worn out and he asked me at a dinner party, if I could make him some new, four to be precise, he had two before, but his son also started kite surfing.He loved the old trestles, so he sad ‘I want them exactly like those’, but one of his friends at the table, offered him to deliver hardwood at a really fine price, he suggested Mahogan...

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My Journey #3: Still organizing

05-11-2018 11:52 PM by TexasUnicorne | 1 comment »

So, in between running kids (or are they running me?), totaling 2 vehicles and subsequently doing the mad dash to replace each in turn, I’ve managed to somehow acquire a plethora of reclaimed wood in various states / condition. I also decided somewhere along the way that I desperately want to rearrange the entire workshoo. I began a couple of days ago with shuffling everything inside the shop around to make room for the lumber storage rack that I found. I then managed to get most of the...

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Shop stuff #123: A Cute Sander Jig

05-11-2018 09:17 PM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

I have been meaning to make this for quite a while now. I saw a video from Chris Cute that reminded me to get it done. I have use for it coming up and it ought to come in handy. I had fun putting this together. Not much measuring involved and made from left overs. I just found what fit and put it together. The plan has been in my head for a while. I wanted something that was sturdy, yet easy to remove the sander from it. The ability to clamp it to the bench was thought of as I built ...

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Funnies #10: Staining timber was never so exciting

05-11-2018 08:37 AM by robscastle | 8 comments »

I was looking for staining videos for my latest project and I found what looks like some sort of tutorial series by this lady who I can only remember as Hooter Bird. I guess its getting a reasonable amount of attention, cannot remember the stain product but some other attribute images have remained. I am not sure if Home help would be of assistance, as one could end up tripping on their tongue, or something else more embarassing!! I wonder if there is a sanding one? I am sure that&...

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Joinery Bench #21: Drawbore pins made, spacer blocks installed, example of bad offset measurement, base complete

05-11-2018 04:21 AM by Holbs | 2 comments »

With the use of my Lie-Nelson dowel plate, I hammered out 24 drawbore pins of 3 1/2” long at 3/8” round with 4 7” long ones for pinning dovetail corners. Tried the riving method as you can see with the left over waste. ———————Installed 2 spacers in the mortise I made a error on. With tenon installed, now a nice tight fit. ——————And this is what happens when you try different measurements w...

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Toy Construction #202: Excavator using Dutchy"s new plans #1

05-10-2018 07:02 PM by htl | 18 comments »

Down loader Dutchys new plans and after a study and I mean a study of the plans it’s full steam ahead.I started on the tracks as this is what I’m the most interested in.And kinda like the Reading train there’s a lot a small parts but as I have found out these little parts really add to the look even if they’re in the back and you would think their not of much use.So to start with I cut out around 200 parts for the tracks and then had to drill two holes in each one, jus...

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Capers #13: As I Wander

05-10-2018 06:05 AM by Mark Wilson | 7 comments »

Here’s a Thing of Public Art I hadn’t noticed til today. It’s in Venice, I think. Made me think of Marqutry, mason style. Beautiful, innit?

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Restoration of radial arm saw - Montogomery Wards TCP 2610E

05-10-2018 03:58 AM by KTNC | 3 comments »

4/17/2018 Purchased for $20 – craigslist I already have one fully functional Craftsman radial arm saw and a DeWalt that I plan to restore later. Why buy this Montgomery Wards saw? I’ve been wanting one ever since I found out it has an extra deep cut depth and it has a 20,000 RPM spindle. I brought it home in the Subaru Outback. I had to remove the saw from the stand and disassemble the stand to get it to fit. The seller helped me get it into the car. It’s mis...

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