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|04-28-2010 05:42 AM||
Where to find Knurled Brass Thumb Screws. - 5 replies
I am looking for a source to buy Knurled Brass Thumb Screws. I need several sizes ranging from #6 through 3/8” in size. I found a few sizes online, but I don’t need $100 of each size. I need several sizes, but only need 2 or 3 of each size. Does anyone know where I might be able to find these?
|04-20-2010 05:17 AM||
Help! Is it a hammer or a tuning fork? - 15 replies
I have a real gripe about claw hammers these days. I have purchased several claw hammers recently. The reason I have purchased so many is that I would really like to find a good one that doesn’t sound like a cheap tuning fork every time that I strike something with it. I have spent anywhere from $5.00 – $40 for a hammer (yes, I kn...
|04-16-2010 11:32 PM||
This tool looks like something out of Star Wars. - 12 replies
Has anyone seen this new $1000 block plane from Bridge City. This thing looks like something out of a science fiction movie. Take a look at this. http://www.bridgecitytools.com/Products/What's+New/+CT-17+Dual+Angle+Block+Plane
|04-13-2010 01:47 PM||
Bow Lathe and Fancy Footwork - 4 replies
If you want to be depressed check out this video on the Village Carpenters blog. http://villagecarpenter.blogspot.com/2010/04/bow-lathe-and-fancy-footwork.html. This guy is doing amazingly intricate turning work with only a very simple bow lathe, a skew chisel, and his right foot. You read that correctly, he uses his right foot to help co...
|04-09-2010 02:38 PM||
Deciding what to build this weekend. - 1 reply
It is Friday morning and I have a short work day today. I have a bunch of lumber, all day Saturday and about a dozen or so projects on my “TO DO” list. I’m sitting here sipping on a cup of coffee trying to decide which project/s I am going to try to knock off my list this weekend. I usually make my decision based on either, ...
|04-04-2010 02:02 PM||
Making blades for wooden molding planes. - 12 replies
I scored a box with a whole bunch of wooden molding plane bodies that are missing the cutting irons. You can see some pics of the planes here http://lumberjocks.com/projects/30346. I want to try my hand at making some new irons and wedges for some these planes. Do any of you have any experience with this sort of thing? I am looking for inf...
|03-28-2010 03:09 PM||
Advice on Table Top Band Saw - 2 replies
Does anyone know if there is a decent quality table top type band saw available out there. I would prefer to get a 14” floor standing saw, but really don’t have room for it. I don’t need a saw with huge capacity, but would like enough power to resaw material that is 3-4 inches thick (I realize, I may be dreaming on that one.)...
|02-03-2010 12:23 PM||
Frog needed for Stanley Bailey #5 plane - 3 replies
I am restoring a Stanley Bailey #5 plane. Unfortunately, I managed to drop it and the frog has been broken. Does anyone have a frog from a #4 or #5 Bailey plan that they could spare.
|01-23-2010 11:12 AM||
I am looking for design ideas for a pulpit for my church. I will be using some old oak lumber that I salvaged from a church building that was being torn down. It is rough cut lumber and the building was approx 100 years old when it was torn down a few years ago. I am looking for pictures and design ideas. I want it to be something clean and...
|01-12-2010 05:12 AM||
Availability of Tool Kits - 3 replies
I’ve seen kits where lathe chisels are available without handles so the user can turn their own handles. I would like to find a set of bench chisels that are available without handles so that I can make my own. I actually once purchased a cheap set of chisels with plastic handles and cut off the plastic an made wooden replacements, just ...