Garlick and Son Rip Saw The original Garlick and Son Saw Company was started in 1858 according to the webpage. http://www.flinn-garlick-saws.co.uk/acatalog/The_Lynx_Range.html My Garlick and Son (Lynx) saw arrived today. I purchased it on EBay taking a risk and trying for a great price; well lady luck turned my way. The saw is in fine shape and looks great. It’s a Lynx line saw according to the Lynx website which acquired or obtained Garlick and Son Saw Company sometime in 19...
:O) I am a bit excited. I finally have a set of GRR-Rippers in the shop. I have been wanting one for a long time. So I put together this video to show you just a couple reasons why I am pumped up about these helpful shop accessories. Not only are they keeping me safe, but they are allowing me the opportunity to perform tasks I couldn’t perform before… That in itself has got me doing backflips… lol Here is a look at the video
Well here it is my finished junior cert project, i have to say although it isnt perfect for my first cabinet im extremely happy with it, i love the boiled linseed oil and beeswax finish on the cabinet, there is only one annoying thing because this cabinet has to be examined for my junior cert i dont get it back until the results are out which is in september, but when i do get it back i will be posting a video. heres some pics tho:
Building a dust collection system using Oneida’s D.I.Y. cyclone.
It is not complete and not where I wanted to be but I have to say its fantastic finally having a space that is my own with so much light and space and of course no more garden tools or bikes in the shop haha :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dufmI2sE4Qg
It is not completed but I more so just wanted to show the new space it is great to finally have a place that is my own :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dufmI2sE4Qg
Here’s the link for the video finally http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_xrx1n2WgPs
So to a certain extent woodworking is a snob sport. Somewhat because a table is not a surface to eat on it’s a stature symbol in modern culture. Square, level, ornate ergonomic, functional, and tough enough to prevent the neighbors turd kid from ripping the leg right off of it. When a craftsman progresses into the world where mortices, dovetails and dadoes are involved, acceptable tolerances usually can’t be accomplished by Home Depot or Lowe’s brand commercial equipment....
Here I am trying to clean and organize my shop, told myself that I wont buy any more tools or supplies until I take a full inventory but look what followed me home today. A friend from work over heard me saying I would like to get a radial arm saw and he said that he had one that was collecting dust since his father in law passed away 6 years ago and that I could have it if I wanted it. Of coarse I’m not one to turn down a free tool, especially when its a power tool. So I followed...
In this video, I review the new Powermatic 15 inch bandsaw. I recently upgraded from my 14 inch Delta 1HP bandsaw. I was originally considering an 18 inch bandsaw until I heard about the Powermatic offering. I liked the idea of the resaw capacity of a larger bandsaw, but the compactness of this 15 inch. The two bandsaws are shown side-by-side, and then I show the various features of the new saw. There’s a lot to like about this new Powermatic offering, but I also don’t shy a...
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