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|1058 days ago||
Find out more about this pioneer woodturner. Link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BAhxxLDiB0
|1074 days ago||
See chicken fed to tablesaw - 3 replies
See Roy Underhill feed chicken to a Sawstop tablesaw Link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0hlm6-gnaM
|1172 days ago||
Attn: Hoosier (Indiana) Woodworkers - 0 replies
There will be a meeting of Central Indiana Woodworkers Oct. 20th at 7PM At Knights Of Columbus 511 E Thompson Rd. in Indianapolis Topic…Help selling your woodworks. Do you know there is a state agency to promote & help sell your woodworks? Learn more about it at the next meeting. If you can’t make it, but you are a Hoosier who c...
|1255 days ago||
Attn: Central Indiana Woodworkers - 2 replies
There will be a meeting of Central Indiana Woodworkers on Wednesday July 21st at 7 PM. Topic is use of reclaimed wood and stone in your projects. No charge, visitors welcomed. Link is ( look in newsletter) www.ciww.org
|1266 days ago||
Venting Cyclone Dust Collector to outside - 2 replies
After reading about the safety hazards of the fine sawdust collected, and let thru by the filter I was wondering if there would be and advantage to venting the fine sawdust port thru the wall to outside. If you turned pipe 90 degrees toward ground the rain problem would be solved. Has anyone done this? This would be a a cyclone style of dust co...
|1272 days ago||
Use T-track on workbench top - 13 replies
Has anyone had any experience using T-track on the top of your workbench, instead of bench dogs? I could see some advantages…easy adjust of hold downs or stops anywhere on the track. Also, you could design carriers that would slide into the T-track to hold tools you use occasionally, like dovetail jigs.
|1272 days ago||
Sanding Belts - 0 replies
Has anyone tried to make their own sanding belts for a belt sander? They are expensive at big box stores. It looks like manufacturer has just taped the belt together. If anyone has done this, where is a good place to get the belt and tape? Is there any special technique or trick we need to know to do this? Thanks, Gary