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Sawstop PCS

02-15-2010 12:23 AM by Jon Spelbring | 8 comments »

... is now mine. I just left the Woodworking show. I have been looking at (OK, ogling) them for awhile. Honest, I only went in to man the booth for the St. Louis Woodturners, but…. well, let’s just say that impulse control is not my strong suit. So, anyone in the St. Louis area interested in a Craftsman Hybrid table saw? (it’s the 1 1/2 HP model). I’ll cut you a great deal; I can’t get the Sawstop set up until the Craftsman goes bye-bye. I’ll blog...

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Testing Images (Please Ignore)

02-23-2016 01:53 AM by Cricket | 7 comments »

Testing image uploads…

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A journey into the workshop. #46: More progress on the kitty grave marker.

02-25-2010 04:02 AM by dbhost | 2 comments »

I tried keeping it as simple as possible, and worked the best I could to make the grain complimentary, and this is what I have been able to come up with. What you see here will NOT be what is all visible above ground. Remember I have dot have something sunk into the concrete footer right? The design is pretty simple. Cross built from double layer cedar 2×4s, 12” wide x 24” tall (above ground). The edges are all relieved with my 1/2” 22.5 degree chamfer bit. I thought...

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Creating a Lift Desk #16: The Final Product, A Prototype

02-26-2016 08:31 PM by Underdog | 4 comments »

Several years ago, when I first envisioned a new desk for my office I was thinking of a total remodel to accomplish several things, one of which was getting our server off the floor and into a cabinet, another of which was creating a showpiece for custom carving capabilities. Now, a few years later, due to health priorities, what I wound up with was something totally different. Now I have a functional lift desk that will accommodate any position, standing, sitting, or anything in between. ...

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Wanting to see where a good place to sale a Oakley R99 edge sander would be.

02-29-2016 02:37 AM by Vest | 0 comments »

Have a Oakley R99 edge sander. It is a 3 phase machine with a 3 hp motor. It is around 10 ft in length and weighs around 800 to 1000lbs. Needing to know the best place to advertise it for sale and a good price to ask for it. The machine is in good shape. There is nothing missing or broken. I have had it on Craigslist for awhile . I live in eastern Ky.

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The "What am I doing?" Holtzapffel Workbench #3: The glue up

03-14-2010 04:23 AM by DragonLady | 8 comments »

Started gluing up tonight. Doing one or two at a time, depending on how the pieces look. Going pretty smoothly so far. Spread some glue, position and clamp, set the timer for 35 mins. Rinse and repeat. I filed some notches in a cheap 3” plastic scraper I had laying around and I’m using that to spread the glue with. Works really well. Got nine done tonight. Will do the rest tomorrow, and then comes the really hard part of flattening and smoothing the surface. With on...

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Grover Woodworks: Kreg Jig Jr. Give-A-Way

04-07-2010 04:01 AM by rcflyer23 | 0 comments »

I am hosting a Kreg Jig Give-a-way over at Grover woodworks. Please stop by and register for the prize. Grover

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Bookcase No. 2 - Part 4

03-10-2016 10:53 PM by Jordash | 2 comments »

The bookcase is finished and so are the videos! I’m happy to say that the bookcase suits the room well and it even fits the gap it’s supposed to go in (I admit to being somewhat nervous when I turned up to deliver it). View on YouTube If anyone wants an easy link, I’ve set up a playlist with all 4 parts here:

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Handplanes #3: #51 Spokeshave restoration

04-21-2010 09:05 PM by Newfounlandwood | 6 comments »

Hey guys,I made quick work of a couple of restorations this week. This spokeshave was my Great Uncle’s. He was a fine boat builder here in Newfoundland. Of course he died before I was old enough to learn anything from him. I did really enjoy putting this spokeshave back in service though. My father gave it to me, he couldn’t get any good out of it. I forgot to get a picture of it before I painted it, I used Evapo-Rust on all parts besides the blade. I also flattened and sharpened...

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03-13-2016 11:28 PM by LostHasher | 0 comments »

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