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where can i get a dust shroud for a makita 12” planer? i got a 30 gal shop vac DONATED (its only about 40 years old) but still has power to ….ummmm vacuum :D
I was working on getting the rust off the plane and my girlfriend suggested I use “The Works” toilet bowl cleaner. It worked great.
I found a few more shots I took whilst building the cupboard- The first couple of successful test drawers; a previous try with some solid fir failed with splitting along the grain – big surprise. Baltic ply worked much better.Dovetails came out mostly good; you should be able to spot a couple of minor goofs here. Some careful work with tiny slivers of suitable stock hid them quite well. Mostly.Fitting the doors; the best use of old business cards you’re likely to find!
Greg the WhoDatyour right at the sawmill I used to work at the last 15 minutes of every shift was to clean up and put things away, we had shadow boards to put tools where they belong…. yes the japanese term is Kaisen i believe, it means just what i wrote in a nutshell.... now where is that hammer? have a look by my radial arm saw on the shadow board (photos)
Preparing for my sis to show up with her camera, i cleaned and organized my shop. took a couple of hours but i had things neat and relatively tidy. So i sat down in my thinking chair to enjoy a cup of coffee and a smoke.It was driving me nuts. Well i need a roller stand so i began to put together a kind of prototype.So now i have wood and tools on my bench and sawdust on the floor.I be happy
The sun was out today and it was the first time this year that I noticed the days seem to be hanging out a bit longer. They are sneaky that way, sort of creeping up on spring. After all the snow this winter, I will welcome spring with a giddiness that I haven’t experienced in years. Of course, it was still cold out, when I got into my car, but the sunlight on my face warmed my spirits considerably. I had errands to run. I needed to get some petrol and oil for my car. I was craving...
i have an 84 by 16×39” Parsons Bench. It is in my second bedroom, up agains the only avalable wall in the room (it’s a gambrel house; my outer walls are slanted inward). The bench has become the despignated storage area for stuff from all the other rooms… stationary supplies form my office/computer area, tools, clothes, books, old computer monitors, junk, sewing supplies and torn clothing, etc. it’s overflowing. so, i drew up a set of plans for a set of sh...
Sorry to post a non-woodworking blog, but can anyone tell me how to respond to an individual who posted a comment on my blog? Its my first day on a blog site… please bear with me. TSW
If you expose wood glue to black light, it glows.
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