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09-10-2014 10:35 AM

How to prevent a screw thread from detaching? - 6 replies

I will soon be building a small bench top router table and intend to build an accurate fence for it. I was looking at the micro adjuster manufactured by Woodpeckers http://www.carbideprocessors.com/micro- ... rs-micadj/ This accessory doesn’t seem too difficult to build although what I would appreciate assistance with is, what preven...

09-08-2014 09:46 AM

Chop saw heartache - 12 replies

I have a 12” Bosch mitre saw (not sliding) which I have had for 3-4 years. I bought it “second hand” from an aquaintance, who had himself bought it 5 years prior although never used it. So in essence it was like new when I bought it. It was still in the box with all the packaging and what not. As a hobby woodworker, I use it...

08-25-2014 11:58 AM

Rockler Plantation Shutter jig - 10 replies

While sunning myself (sunburning) myself on my summer holiday (vacation) I still find my mind pre occupied with all things woodworking. I have for a while been considering building several sets of the plantation shutters as built by Norm at the NYW. I even sent off for the plan and DVD. Two things however bothered me, one, a means of profilin...

06-06-2014 09:11 AM

Veritas or Lie Nielson - which & why? - 41 replies

Having had my interest recently rekindled, Ok, obsessed having been bitten by the hand plane bug, I have bought a few planes of late, both Veritas and Lie Nielson, such is the fickle mind of a hobby woodworker. Despite liking them both I tend to like them for different reasons. I much prefer the traditional look of the LN. However, I belie...

03-22-2014 08:07 PM

Beginnings of a wall hung tool cabinet - 24 replies

It’s been a while since I have visited LJ, mainly because I have not been woodworking, too many other chores have seen to that.I have however had for sometime the intention to build my self a wall hung tool cabinet. Having looked at various designs I finally came up with something befitting my needs and available wall space to hang it on. ...

03-12-2014 03:50 PM

Build it yourself - 6 replies

Courtesy of Woodgears.com For those of you interested in hand tools and building your own home, Pay particular attention to the splined ridge board joint and the interesting concept of the DPC …Birch bark. Not a circ saw or air nailer in sight. I must brush up on my Finnish though. Enjoy. David http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

10-27-2013 09:05 PM

SENCO 23g headless air pinner repair - 11 replies

A few days ago I posted a question regards a restriction on the adjustment mechanism of my 23g headless pin gun. Despite having lots of offers of support and good luck, no one it seemed had had such a problem or at least been able to offer specific advice on how to go about solving the problem. With this in mind I thought why not strip it do...

10-22-2013 06:20 PM

Senco 23g air nailer adjustment problem - 10 replies

I have a Senco 23 g air pinner. It ’s approx 5 years old but seen very little use. I had cause to use it today but found that I was not able to slide the pin adjustment slide to cater for the one inch pin which is the maximum length the nailer can handle. The adjustment slide adjusts smoothly for all other pins lengths in the range (1/2...

10-12-2013 11:17 PM

Stanley No. 82 Scraper blade - 3 replies

I bought an old Stanley 82 scraper some time ago, unfortunately it came, amongst other things with out a blade. Can any one tell me what the blade looks like. If I can’t find one could one be fashioned from an old plane blade or blade cap. Any advice or photos would be much appreciated. Thanks David

09-15-2013 06:52 PM

Refurb of Sunroom windows - 7 replies

I knew I had to replace a couple of glazing beads but soon relished the damage was worse then I had initially thought on my conservatory/sunroom windows. The following photos show the damage from rot and the subsequent repair. From start to finish the job took me three full days although there was a little teeth sucking and chin scratching at...

07-15-2013 09:48 AM

Wall hung tool cabinet - 20 replies

For some time now I have had it on my mind to build a wall hung tool cabinet for my hand and marking tools. I think this year will be the year when I have both the time and enthusiasm to make a start on it. I was hoping that someone has or is intending to build one and may have some drawings or plans which I may be able to take inspiration fr...

06-19-2013 08:22 AM

Is there need for an expensive tail vice - 12 replies

For those of you interested in traditional bench work this little jig may be of use to some. I hope you can understand the accent? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNrof3cd1cA

04-08-2013 11:53 AM

Acrylic paint over cellulose sanding sealer - Edit - IT WORKS. - 9 replies

Ladies/Gents/All, I am about to undertake a project where I will be exposing the fibres of MDF (raised panels) I intend afterwards to paint the panels using acrylic paint. My question is, can I apply a cellulose based sanding sealer prior to using acrylic paint. Do I run the risk of a chemical reaction? or is this combination compatable? ...

01-31-2013 07:39 PM

Tablesaw Boom - Worthy accessory or hinderance?? - 16 replies

I have for some time now been considering and applying my shop time to two aspects of working wood, dust collection and saw safety. I have recently installed DC into the shop, why I never made this part of my hobby a priority sooner I don’t know. However, now that I have installed it I have declared war on shop dust. My other concer...

01-21-2013 09:29 AM

Who signs their projects? - 18 replies

When I build a project I always sign and date the project in some discreet location. This is not through vanity or a desire to be known, just that after relocatioing some project or piece of furniture I built some time ago I have noticed the date and scribblings I made at the time. I recall some years ago an old church from the 17th century ...

01-18-2013 09:10 AM

Woodsmith DVD series 6 - 33 replies

Ok, so I’m a fan of the Woodsmith TV show, I think the guys on there are a hoot, cheesy, yes but good fun and make the idea of woodworking fun and highlight the fact not every tool in the book is not always required for projects. (Thanks Norm, watching you has cost me a bomb lol) Anyways, I have just orderd the new series 6 DVD. We do...

01-08-2013 09:55 PM

Reducing the diameter of a dowell - 19 replies

I’ve just come in from the shop as I need a little LJ advice. I’m building a tablesaw blade holder and need some 5/8” dowell stock or rather slightly less than 5/8” to slip through the arbor hole of the blade. I need eight 3/4” lenghts of stock which I was hoping to cut from a 2’ lenght of 3/4” dowell...

12-20-2012 09:31 AM

Jet 2800VS Drill Press - 11 replies

http://www.mwmachinery.co.uk/Piller-Drills/Jet-JDP-2800VS-Pillar-Drill.aspx As with most glittery and twinkling tool gizmos which catch my eye from time to time and I seriously considering purchasing this one. Despite my interest I have some reservations on several aspects of the machine. I am therefore hoping someone with intimate or a...

12-12-2012 09:58 AM

18G Brad Nailer problem.......Solution?? - 20 replies

I have for some time noticed my 18G Brad Nailer has failed to fire a nail from time to time. However the other night I had cause to use it. I found only a couple of nails actually fired into the timber. I suspected a blockage, bent nail in the chamber, so I released the front mechanism providing access to the firing chamber. Nothing was evident...

11-13-2012 09:59 AM

Magic Molder for the TS - 6 replies

I was pondering the use of a Magic Molder for my TS. Does anyone have one? and is it worth the outlay. Are the cutters easily sharpened? Can any one recommend a supplier for the molding head and cutters. Thanks in advance. David

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