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|299 days ago||
I am selling my table mounted biscuit joiner. It is missing the foot operation for the plunge, but a handle can easily be made to work the plunge. $100 shipped.
|300 days ago||
Lathe accessories FS/FT - 0 replies
I have a few lathe items that I have no use for so i would like to see them go to a good home for a fair price. Here is what I have. $50obo plus shipping – 4 jaw independent chuck, 1×12 tpi same one from rockler, and you can get the different thread size adapters there too. $20obo plus shipping – 8” disk sander atach...
|391 days ago||
Stanley No. 8C type 8 - 0 replies
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=151072878119 I have for sale a Stanley No. 8C Type 8 hand plane. it is good shape and works very well. I recently cleaned it up, flattened the sole, sharpened and honed the iron. If you have any questions please ask.
|443 days ago||
FS/FT Miller Falls 11B hand plane UNUSED - 5 replies
This hand plane is in great condition. I saved it from an antique store. It looks like it has never been used, its just old. The iron is flawless and has what I believe to be the factory grind on it, I don’t think it has ever even been sharpened. This would make a great user or a nice piece for a collector. I promised the wife I would sell...
|817 days ago||
Another picking find! - 4 replies
While out picking again I picked up a very nice Miller Falls No9. Its a type 2 and i believe it to be pre-WWII. Sadly though it seams to have never been used. The blade is still very sharp,l good size, and doesn’t look to be sharpened with anything but from the factory and is the original blade. IDK either way, its a very nice ...
|824 days ago||
My #8C type 8 find - 10 replies
While out picking with the family today, I found this little beauty hiding on the bottom shelf in the back. Picked it up for $45 and its in great shape, especially for being over 100 years old. Also side note: that is a harbor freight 60” work bench in the kitchen! it works GREAT as a kitchen island, my wife loves it, an...
|873 days ago||
Giant wooden hand plane at Cracker Barrel. - 5 replies
Saw this giant wooden hand plane at Cracker Barrel tonight at dinner, I wanted to take it with me. The thing must have been about 4 feet long. The cutter looked like it was almost 3 inches wide. Also noted the handle was offset left of center, interesting. Anyone know a little history on these kind of planes?
|946 days ago||
Now this is a plane! - 7 replies
Surfing through YouTube today and I came across this little beauty. first off I want one and second, why did’t stanley make a western version of this baby, lol. Also if anyone has any info on this thing please share. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=uWQFlSa4prM
|956 days ago||
SOLD-CarveWright Carving machine - 6 replies
http://clarksville.craigslist.org/tls/2747455872.html Hey jocks I’m selling the Carvewright. I just don’t use it like I should be, focusing more on just regular projects. My machine was purchased new in 2008 and used for personal work. It runs great and has been well taken care of. It is a version B but has all the new upgrades...
|1118 days ago||
The Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades - 13 replies
Came across this today and thought I would share. A very interesting school doing great things. http://www.thisiscarpentry.com/2011/06/03/williamson-free-school/
|1250 days ago||
Jawhorse as a face vise? - 1 reply
Hey everyone, I was doing some surfing and thinking about my next bench and i wanted to run an idea by you guys. What do you think about mounting a jawhorse to the underside of a workbench in a face vise position. similar to the way a metal Jorgensen style vise is mounted. If it was removable you could still use the JH as its meant to. but mount...
|1362 days ago||
Ladder Shop for SFFD from AdamKaplan on Vimeo.
|1371 days ago||
"That's not a chisel...that's a chisel!" - 6 replies
Sorry for the Crocodile Dundee joke but that’s what came to my mind when i saw this chisel. Take a look. http://toolmonger.com/2010/10/22/thats-one-slick-chisel/ A WW could do some serious mortises with that thing. lol.
|1375 days ago||
I was browsing through the Garrett Wade site and on the home page there’s a link to tour the Wetterlings’ Axe factory. So I followed the link. I then come to find out that this… ...is the CEO of the Wetterlings Axe Forge. Wow, she’s hot and can grind an axe! lol, just goes to show that there’s nothing a woman...
|1408 days ago||
My buddy sent me this knowing I do wood working and thought I would get a kick out of it, I did, and think you all will too. http://women.hawtness.com/2010/09/15/wtf-girl-photos-how-is-this-a-good-idea/