well I’m going to tell ya ll about a special friend…been with me from the beginning and i assume to the end…my friend can be loud and can leave a blue cloud and words that seem to be part a of a dream,my friend is intimate most of the time its always stripping and in public thats a crime so i think we should just take off the vail…and see my friend the one who can whail…...ahhhh yes my planner..the head dude in the shop..hes taken ugly wood and made it so when y...
When I acquired a largish pile of black walnut I was interested in a project that would give me a finished product in a relatively short time. So there, under a pile of things I was too lazy to put away, is my Legacy mill. The lights went on. I glued up a turning stock and went to work. The first thing is to affix the connector. Then it goes into the Legacy headstock. Notice the pen marks. If I need to take the work out for anything it can go back in exactly where it wa...
I just got a lot of neet tools at an auction today. Just wanted to share with you.In dont need the wood rasps so if any one wants to make an offer I would sure entertain one. There are 8 files I won’t be keeping. Also I threw the Makita sharpener on ebay. I already have one.I got the scoll saw for $60 with the stand! I am excited! Does any one know what it is worth?!!http://i774.photobucket.com/albums/yy21/OregonBurls/PlanerBladeSharpener003.jpg!
I was able to squeeze another day in the shop. We started out by finishing up the parallel linkage with the barrel bolts we got from the hardware store. Then we fabricated the Brooxe hanger and the camera enclosure mount. Finally, it was time for the handles. ^ Handles installed on the reel assembly ^ Camera enclosure mounted on the bottom of the parallel linkage ^ Brooxe hanger showing how kite string winds around the “mushrooms” in the top member of the parallel l...
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Just posted the second article about tuning up one of James Krenov’s wooden hand planes. Here's the link.
If anyone out there can help me run down the manual for the old DeWalt 7730 radial arm saw I would be grateful. I recently bought this saw from another wood worker for my home shop. He did not have the manual unfortunately. It is also missing the kick back arm – would like to find a replacement part if possible. Open to your suggestions. Thanks - Bobcamfam@mac.com307-283-2570
There is lots of exciting news regarding the Torque Workcentre...I can’t tell you everything at this stage…. we are still in negaotiations with various parties…... but what I can tell you is that the Torque Workcentre will be available in the U.S..of A. very soon….and no I will not be coming to the states just yet… but there is a definite possibility that I will be able to visit in the forseeable future…
Well, I got a call on Friday that I was no longer needed at my job. (very disappointing). So now I can get back to the task at hand of building these damn shelves. I visited with Jockmike2 yesterday and may be willing to try his suggestion of using my router to do the dadoes. I am going to do some math before I decide to do that though. I still may be able to use my dado set. Will keep y’all posted. Rick
I am looking for a single gun rack to use to display rifle single rifles on banquet tables – any suggestions
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