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|01-02-2016 03:13 PM||
A different approach to dovetails? - 2 replies
While not done in wood, its still interesting: http://digg.com/video/impossible-dovetail?utm_medium=email&utm_source=digg Maybe some of the CNC guys could do it in wood…..........
|12-13-2015 03:26 PM||
Saw this on Craigslist - 2 replies
Saw this this morning on Craigslist. Powermatic table saw fro $200; I did not see the front rail or fence. Location would be near Cartersville GA. http://nwga.craigslist.org/tls/5315054345.html Looked like a good deal to me
|11-28-2015 07:12 PM||
removing wedged tenons - 1 reply
I’m trying to restore an old bench that has been on an open porch for about 40 years. The joints in the seat need to be reglued and will require jointing. The major problem is that the 4 main spindles of the back are wedge tenoned into the seat. The minor spindles will pop out easily if I can get the main ones out. I can’t pop ...
|11-16-2015 03:07 AM||
Posting help - 9 replies
Have been trying to post a new project for a week. When I try to upload any photo of the project I get a message “bad Request.” Tried uploading a photo of my granddaughter and it worked fine. Used the same Nikon for many others with no issues. Anyone have any idea? BTW, I have never been able to locate a “contact us&...
|07-29-2014 06:37 PM||
Login problems ? - 4 replies
For the past 2 weeks I have been unable to log in to LJ. Tried on 3 different computers. When I clicked on “sign in”, nothing happened. Today, everything is normal ! Anyone have any ideas as to why ?
|01-29-2014 02:04 AM||
Craigslist - 265 clamps in Chattanooga - 4 replies
Ran across this tonite, thought someone might be interested, possibly a group purchase (what would anyone in what appears to be a home shop, do with 265 clamps? – I know you “can never have too many, but…...) http://chattanooga.craigslist.org/tls/4305048005.html
|06-06-2013 01:41 AM||
This fellow definitely has too much time on his hands ! http://www.wimp.com/woodworkingproject/