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|04-19-2012 12:53 AM||
Shaper Cutter advice - 4 replies
I am getting ready to purchase a set of stile and rail cutters. I am going to begin purchasing better quality cutters. In the past I have purchased reversible sets from MLCS and Grizzly. We typically have some minor issues with our cuts not being as clean as I like. I am going to purchase a good quality set that has the matching stile cutter...
|04-01-2012 03:51 AM||
Ok, so last week I manages to score a good deal on a very nice 80 gallon sppedaire. This week I purchased a freeborn door edge cutter that has a top and bottom profile that works with 35 mm cup hinges. I needed the cutter like yesterday so I called the local dealer and requested he get.the cutter for me as quick as he can. A few hours later h...
|03-25-2012 04:38 AM||
New tool/machine gloat ;) - 5 replies
I am including pics of my new speedaire compressor. It was purchased new Jan 2010. It was owned by a lab. A maintnance tag was hanging from the pump and was initialed monthly for pump oil changes. The compressor was replaced with a larger unit with more capacity. The owners demo the compressor and it worked great. It has a cast iron pump m...
|03-22-2012 03:15 AM||
Advice needed on speed air compressor on cl - 9 replies
Our current greatest shop need is the air compressor. We have mostly used portable compressors and I think we tend to over use those smaller units. We r currently down to one PC pancake compressor with with 2.6 cfm output. We spray a lot with our compressors. Today on CL I found a Speed Air model # 5Z639A air compressor listed for 800.00. ...
|03-13-2012 02:26 AM||
advice on purchasing a lathe - 14 replies
I am looking at a future purchase of a lathe. I have no experience with any lathes ever. We build a lot of kitchens and we dress up our corners with corner moldings I cut on our woodmaster. I have wanted to get into turning wood posts on a lathe as a way to add variety to our decorative moldings. I have seen cabinets that have corners buil...
|03-03-2012 01:26 AM||
advice on a broken unifence issue - 9 replies
my guys broke our unifence. It was a user error that caused the break, otherwise it would have never happened. I had the part welded for 10.00 but recently the weld broke. I checked ereplacements.com but the part is listed as on back order. In the recent past I have ordered parts on back order and it took a long time to get those parts. I r...
|01-27-2012 06:50 AM||
Gang rip with the Woodmaster 725 - 1 reply
Does anyong have experience ripping with the ripping attachment on their woodmaster. I have this attachment on my woodmaster but honestly I have not used it yet, I have been still ripping on my table saw. I am sure it is easier and better with the woodmaster but I have not attempted it yet. I cannot imagine how the wood is to stay straight ...
|01-27-2012 06:44 AM||
Need ideas building a door/panel clamp table - 12 replies
I want to build a clamp table. My goal is to build the table/jig about 36”X96” to handle multiple glue ups at one time with 90 degree angle stops on the far left and far right for squaring doors. I would like to use the jig/table to assist in glueing up large door panels/table tops and also offer a downward pressure system to ensur...
|01-12-2012 04:10 AM||
I bought this compressor new about 14 months ago. I rely on my equipment to help me provide for my family. I needed a decent unit that was portable enough to take to the job site. When I first bought the unit it would build to 200 PSI quick. It appeared to be the perfect fit for my situation/budget. Well, this past December, both quick di...
|01-12-2012 03:27 AM||
Thanks for advice on DW708 - 1 reply
A recent posting I did asking questions about buying a DW718 closed out, I had mentioned I already own a DW708 I had purchased on CL. I had complaints about the DW708. The DW708 would cut the wood and leave a “S” curve in the cut. It was so inaccurate I knew I could not rely on it as a trim saw. It was mentioned to me that the bl...
|12-24-2011 03:19 AM||
advice on DW718 12" sliding miter saw - 15 replies
Lowes is offering this saw for 379.00 at this time. I might even be able to get a coupon for 10%. So for 350.00 it seems a great deal. I bought a used DW708 12” sliding miter saw off CL last June and I hate the saw. It is extremely in accurate but I think it is due to possible previous abuse by other owner. The DW708 has the sliding b...
|11-06-2011 04:28 AM||
From time to time I check search engines for my web site because we pay a monthly fee for SEO and web development. So I just now googled “San Antonio custom cabinets” and I found our web page at the 5th slot and also the 9th slot. I thought that was pretty cool because it means progress. I am anxious to see how we rank this time n...
|11-05-2011 11:58 PM||
Has anyone heard of Foley Belsaw Cabinet saw - 14 replies
I want to upgrade my 3650 to a cabinet saw when I find a good deal on CL. I found a Foley Belsaw table saw on CL, claims it is 20 amp, 2 1/2 hp motor wired at 220. I prefer nothing less than 3 hp but this saw pulls more amps then my 3 hp Grizzly shaper so I have to believe that it is at least or more then 3 hp. Anyone heard of this saw? ...
|11-05-2011 10:33 PM||
Off topic content, click to see the post - 12 replies
OK, so I love to deer hunt, mostly as a means of feeding my small family. We eat venison stew, chilli and smoke it over mesquite, ect… So the idea of stocking the freezer is great and exciting! Well, we have observed multiple deer around here. As the tempatures have dropped we have begun to see more deer in the early morning hours wh...
|11-05-2011 09:45 PM||
We did have two older laptops, both dual core processors, one was HP 6000 and other was HP dv9000 model. One for shop, the other for office. Well, last month the office PC stopped working because of drink spillage. Hard drive fried. Then 3 days ago my back up PC quite, apparently a virus. The laptop would not turn on, hard drive was not reg...
|11-03-2011 12:19 AM||
CL deal alert San Antonio - 0 replies
Found dewalt router combo fixed/plunge 1 3/4 hp that includes pics for 75.00. I own 10 routers otherwise I would run after it.
|10-30-2011 05:25 PM||
Question Mahogany project finished natural - 9 replies
I have never worked with mahogany. I tend to try to sell wood species that best fit my customer’s personality. I have a customer I believe would like the finished look of mahogany with just a clear coat, no stain. However I am not confident that even I know what mahogany will look like finished out natural. Are there great variances in...
|10-28-2011 03:54 AM||
porter cable pancake compressor CL purchase - 2 replies
I bought the compressor for 60.00 in like new condition today. Very happy! I wanted it badly for running nail guns on the job site. At 35 lbs I really wanted it and it is extremely compact. About two weeks ago I almost bought the compressor new at HD for 169.00. I talked myself out of it then. Now for 60.00 I bought it in very good condi...
|10-25-2011 01:58 AM||
Unisaw added to our shop, pics included! - 10 replies
Got the new to me Unisaw set up and we have cut walnut with it. A thing of pure beauty! I cleaned the top and waxed it with Johnsons paste wax. I plan to also go through the entire saw and lube and clean everything. I do believe this saw has been cared for fairly well. Down the road I would like to add a cast iron router wing whic...
|10-17-2011 05:51 PM||
Proud first time owner of 3hp unisaw!!! - 8 replies
A woodworker is selling his unisaw for 400. Will go see it this afternoon. He posted a pic, looks good. He advertises it is in great working condition. He original owner. Dont know a ton about it yet, but it is an upgrade over either of our ridgid 4511 or 3650. I plan to list both the 4511 & 3650 for 300.00 firm on CL and see which ts ...