this is the working conditions for preparing the wood for your solid ipe flooring:
this is all the process before hardwood boards end up in your local store trailer with 11,000BFT of ipe boards got stuck road condition in the heart of the amazon forest
I decided on the Bosch 1617EVS(PK), so kept my eyes peeled over the last week or so on the different retail sites, including craigslist and ebay for a possible used one. Amazon’s price for the “Bosch 1617EVSPK 12 Amp 2-1/4-Horsepower Plunge and Fixed Base Variable Speed Router Kit with 1/4-Inch and 1/2-Inch Collets” was $200 (pretty competitive based on my searches but not a huge bargain), but today I realized that Amazon is having a Bosch tool promotion until May 31st. ...
Here is the link I got in my e-mail this AM: http://www.amazon.com/s/node=551236&field-brandtextbin=PorterCable/ref=pe3224014358240feexp_1/
After working in the Valley for a couple of weeks, I decided to spend some of my harder than I thought earned money to get a mortising machine. I settled on the DELTA 14-651 because of its Amazon reviews and price point ($289). I would’ve loved to get the Powermatic, but that would’ve taken another year to justify ($480). I rationalized that with all of the mortises that I’ll need for the dining room table, that this additional expense will pay itself off on this on...
Being supremely lazy, and having already made some pithy and amusing (at least, amusing to me) comments on a list of my favorite tools—at least, at the point that I wrote it up—I’m going to link to my Amazon Listmania list here. I’ve gotten stuff since then, of course, and I have even more interesting and fun stuff to say…but that will be in the next (-ish) post. Hopefully this is at least somewhat useful!
Hi, All of us probably checkout the Friday sales at the Tool Bin. But did you know that Amazon has an RSS feed that has super deals? Only problem is that it is an “Everything” feed. I came across a page today that describes how to take the Amazon rss feed and then use a free service from Feed Sifter to filter the Amazon feed for the stuff you want. All you need to do is paste in the URL in the Amazon rss feed and then enter some filter terms “tool, power” “...
Hello fellow LumberJocks, I have another great news to share with you. I’ve just finished the work on customizing our dedicated woodworking store: This store - in association with Amazon.com - offers the vast selection of tools & hardware, accessories, as well as woodworking books, magazines and DVDs. All of the most popular brands are included and you can see them listed on the right. If you're interested in hard-to-resist discounts feel free to browse Today's Deals and Outl...
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