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|06-05-2014 02:43 PM||
Compressed Air System configuration question... - 8 replies
Okay so I have been running with a filter / regulator combo unit and tool end water separators, but I am concerned about oil blow by in my spraying etc… So I am wanting to add a desiccant dryer / oil removal filter for my system. I am wondering if the dryer / filter should go in the system before, or after the regulator, or does it matter?
|05-28-2014 03:56 PM||
Since last week, whenever I try to access the shops section, I am getting an Application Error occurred error. This has been under Win7 / Chrome / I.E. and Firefox, as well as Android 4.4 / Chrome / Firefox…
|04-22-2014 06:09 PM||
Okay I am not sure I am using the right terms here sorry… I have the Ridgid EB4424 oscillating belt / spindle sander, and I love the thing. I seem to have managed to loose the smallest of the washers used to compress the spindle under the counter threaded star knob… What is that washer actually called, what size is it supposed ...
|04-15-2014 05:40 PM||
How do I set the display size of linked images? - 6 replies
The title more or less says it all… How do I set the display size of linked images? The important parts of a lot of my photos end up being hidden by the theme on this site… I would like to reduce the displayed size…
|04-14-2014 08:53 PM||
If you haven’t experienced the joy that is plantar fasciitis, count your blessings. I can’t go into details on it but basically, as I understand it, it is a sort of tendon overstress caused by age, weight, and overly hard surfaces such as concrete and tile flooring. My shop floor is concrete, and I AM dealing with this issue. So I...
|03-20-2014 06:39 PM||
I know this is OCD talking here, but I have a Steelex Plus TiN coated brad point bit set, and I got stupid, forgot about the brad boints, tried drilling steel with my 1/8” bit and, well it did what any brand point would do drilling steel. So I need a new one. The missing bit is driving me crazy…. I placed an order for the only ven...
|03-19-2014 02:27 PM||
How to secure loose knots prior to machining. - 6 replies
I have some walnut I want to use for the mission dog kennel project that has been in my shop for a couple of years now. The problem I have is loose knots, and cracks / bark inclusions in the stock. I was wondering, how could I secure that? I seem to remember a video from Marc Spagnulo on filling the voids with 2 part epoxy mixed with sawdust ...
|03-10-2014 06:24 PM||
How do I get started in pen turning? - 11 replies
The title is pretty self explanatory. I would like to do some pen turning, at least try my hand at it… Other than a lathe which I have, what tools do I need, and where can I get some instruction on the process? Actually it’s not just pens, but pens, shaving sets, etc… I have a mess of small cutoffs that need to be used, and...
|01-31-2014 04:49 PM||
Okay simply put, I have to ladders, and only the space to store 1. My current configuration is a couple of bicycle hooks hung from the studs between the garage doors, I simply hang the ladder between the doors. Sadly I don’t have enough room for 2 sets of hooks and ladders. I can keep the 10 footer there with no problems. It’s ...
|01-27-2014 07:36 PM||
How to pull an existing cabinet into square? - 31 replies
Okay dumb question. I had built a shop cabinet 2 years ago that was square when I built it, but due to some drawer problems I am noticing the cabinet now is anything BUT square. Construction is glued and screwed rabbet and dado construction with a back panel effectively about 2/3 of the way back set into a dado and screwed into place… I...
|08-26-2012 02:27 AM||
I have been asked for this data before here, and other places, and felt it might be helpful to post it up, might be easy for someone to hit later on when they want the data. Testing was done in my shop, at waist level within 3 feet laterally from the device in question. So here’s the specs… Sound Measurement Device HTC Inspire ...
|08-24-2012 02:53 PM||
I have the following tools to either sell, or barring that, donate to a Christian helps ministry in the Houston Metro area. The items are. #1. Black and Decker Firestorm 10” Sliding Compound Miter Saw. Excellent condition, used for about 3 years before the itch to get a slider got me… Blade still plenty sharp. Just needs dust c...
|08-23-2012 03:28 PM||
After a few too many errors in setting up heights for dado and rabbet joints with both the TS and the router, it is obvious I am not doing this right. I have been able to make adjustments (knocking longish rabbets down with a hand plane) but that effects things down the rest of the project. So what devices / methods are you using to accuratel...
|08-20-2012 01:50 PM||
Using a power sander for drywall work? - 17 replies
Long story short, I need to replace the corner bead in one of my walls, the new beading material is easily twice as wide as the original, so there is a 1/2” span of mud that needs to get sanded flush, 10’ on both sides… I would REALLY rather not do this with a hand sander… So what to use? I am thinking about using m...
|08-01-2012 01:58 PM||
All B&D Firestorm models. Purchased new at Lowes in January / February 2008… Firestorm 10” Compound Miter Saw, OE blade. I enjoyed this saw, but upgraded to a 12” slider. Good condition. $75.00 O.B.O. Firestorm Miter Saw folding stand with extending work supports. $50.00 O.B.O. Firestorm plunge router. 1/4” c...
|07-10-2012 01:05 AM||
Political ads in the banners? - 3 replies
I am mostly ignoring them, but I was wondering if there was a way to block the political ads?
|07-01-2012 08:22 PM||
I know we have several people from Colorado, just wanting to hear from you folks to see that you are doing okay…
|06-18-2012 02:19 PM||
Joinery for plywood drawer boxes. - 20 replies
I have a few shop projects that I need to build drawers for, and I honestly do not want to spend a ton of money on them, so I am thinking plywood for the drawer boxes. But that begs the question of what to do for joinery on these boxes. While I know it is theoretically possible, is it a good idea to dovetail the joints here? I just cringe whe...
|04-26-2012 04:27 AM||
It’s not all that infrequent that our church gets presented with families in dire straits, from families that have suffered a complete loss of home and property due to either natural disaster (tornado, hurricane etc…) or most recently fire. The Men’s ministry has been knocking this problem around, and there are a few of us i...
|04-20-2012 06:56 PM||
I need an idea for a quick to build wedding present! - 18 replies
My oldest brother, a young-ish widower, is getting married to a nice gal in a few short weeks. I have been so swamped in my own home repair, work, etc… issues I haven’t given a wedding gift much thought. My first thought is a tea caddy. But honestly, I haven’t lived with this same said brother since we joined the Navy…...