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Getting some new tools tomorrow,Chuck,adapters for finnishing bowls

02-28-2010 05:58 PM by peruturner | 7 comments »

Well this is my first blog,tomorrow getting the PSI Barracuda chuck(1-8”) with the cole jaws set and a cuple of extra jaws for it Ill post a review with pict probably tomorrow nigth

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newly purchased used table saw

02-28-2010 05:44 PM by chevyman137 | 8 comments »

hello fellow lumber jocks. i am still fairly new to this site but i really love the tips and advice that i get and the really neat projects that are displayed here. i just recently purcheased a used 12” craftsman commercial table saw ($65.00), which was a much needed upgrade. i am sure that it probly a least 30 years old, but it still works fine. to me one of the drawbacks of this saw is that it is a direct drive, but it as a hoss that much is for sure. it was al my son and i could do ...

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02-28-2010 05:06 PM by Marius | 9 comments »

2 moose last night walked through my yard around 10pm my jack russle barked at them when i took him out 4 a P then the brave dog stood behind me…prob from being trained that way….’go ahead shoot’ well after he barked at the mooses (2) they walked into the strata title unit right next door cant imagine what the pple were thinking as they got into their car ….I waved…. good night folks and came into the house ah ‘just moose’ i told the mrs

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02-28-2010 04:11 PM by patron | 46 comments »

after months of drifting through a nebula of molasses ,and collecting parts for a complete shop vacuum system ,yesterday , i finally got inspired to start the system .at the heart is a 2hp. 220 v. 18 amp squirrel cage fan from penn state industries .this has a 12” impeller made of 1/8” steel , so i don’t have to worry about it bending or shattering . in order to get it under the present shop and temporarily set up ,it was necessary to mount it on a sled , so i could pul...

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02-28-2010 04:02 PM by Earlb | 5 comments »

Thanks for the welcoming i got. Just starting in woodworking and most of what i have done is not vary good yet. I will post the pics when i figure out where they went. Thanks again.

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Jet Mini Lathe #1: New Jet Mini Lathe

02-28-2010 08:18 AM by LarryDNJR | 11 comments »

Sale at Woodcraft on Saturday so I decided to go ahead and get the JML-1014I: 10”x14” Mini Lathe with Indexing Head along with a few other things such as chisels, mandrel, mill kit, insertion tool and drill bits. Just need to get sanding paper, pen press, glue, finishes, some blanks and kits and I can get started knocking out some pens. Can’t wait!

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cant wait till wednesday

02-28-2010 07:12 AM by Marius | 4 comments »

cleaned up the shop today….moved the canoe to the west 5 feet and up to the 10’ ceiling so i could pile up the laminated and rough lumber higher… what a feelingIm anxious to get my 24” v-drum sander kit on wed… thats what the tracking # saidwill be starting the TV stand and 3’ chest right after the panels are sanded with 220 in the meantime my niece is complaining about the kitchen cabinets i built 2 years ago and they JUST put them up now…. only if t...

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02-28-2010 06:58 AM by kosta | 3 comments »

Yo whats up everybody I wanted to do a blog post on sanders because I have gotten a lot of questions about them. There are basically 3 sizes of sanders hand sanders, benchtop sanders, and stationary sanders. Hand sanders include palm sanders, random orbit sanders or ROS, detail sanders, and belt sanders. Palm sanders vibrate back and forth and you can get in corners with them because the bottom of the sander is a square shape. Random orbit sanders spin and vibrate and you get a really polishe...

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Box Stand #1: The Sketchupening

02-28-2010 06:15 AM by Wiley | 0 comments »

My mom and my grandfather have their birthdays about a week apart in March, and I want to make them each something special. Since I’ve been making several dozen small boxes anyway, I thought I’d try combining a number of boxes together into larger pieces. I’d tried Sketchup before, but couldn’t get the hang of it. This time, however, I stumbled across the tutorials at Sketchup for Woodworkers and they helped enormously. At this point I’ve spent about five hours o...

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A little history on the Kerry-All Pouch

02-28-2010 05:47 AM by Wood_smith | 1 comment »

If you’ve ever had to buy a sheet of plywood, drywall, or something from a building supply store and it’s raining (or snowing- this is PEI), what are you going to do? This used to happen to me a lot. I’d be making a cabinet for a customer, or myself, and need something at the local building supply store. Back then I had a pickup truck (Big Red, my daughters used to call it when they were small), but it only had a 6 1/2 foot box, and a sheet of plywood is 8 feet long. If i...

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