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|11-11-2015 04:33 PM||
I’ve had it a few years, yard sale or flea market find. I thought it was something else. The company was bought out in 1932. What do you think it is?
|09-16-2015 12:26 PM||
The Tonight Show - 4 replies
Last night I turned on the tv, and this show was on. I wasn’t paying attention to the show. The set behind his desk is many of New York City’s famous buildings, made from wood. Check it out: http://bauzeitgeist.blogspot.com/2014/03/jimmy-fallons-skyline.html
|08-26-2015 04:23 PM||
Advice for selling - 11 replies
I’m on the fence about thinning the herd. I have some tools that I don’t and probably won’t use. For instance: This No.12 scraper plane appears to me to be in good shape, but I don’t know what goes into setting a price. It’s a cool tool with an interesting look, but lately I see $. It has a new Hock b...
|12-11-2014 12:10 AM||
Super Dust Deputy , before and after - 7 replies
Finally got this rigged up, along with cleaning up a long neglected area. I like it. I couldn’t find a Black Friday sale, but I got free shipping instead. Works for me! THANKS, Oneida! My DC got better just by getting rid of this, and going with 6” hose. I bought the hose, clamps and 5” to 4” reducer...
|11-08-2014 05:50 PM||
OK, bear with me, 1 more Dust Deputy question - 11 replies
I’m about ready to get the Super Dust Deputy to add on to my d/c. I’m holding out,hoping for a Black Friday deal. I’ve seen some youtube video’s, except for hooking up to a shop vac, I’m not going there. It looks to me like you have to dismantle it to empty it. That would not be a problem on something like this. ...
|10-11-2014 05:48 PM||
Dust collection upgrade - 17 replies
I bought this in 2008, it does ok but could be better. I do not have it plumbed into a system with gates and don’t plan on changing that . In the ceiling overhead is a length of green PVC pipe leftover from an inground drain system for gutters, with flex hose at each end. I move the hose to where I need it. I’m ok with that, ...
|08-28-2014 04:21 PM||
You might be a lumberjock - 10 replies
If you ever cut your tablesaw fence and wondered where the sparks are coming from, you might be a lumberjock. This is almost as good as when I drilled into the jaws of my lathe chuck with a forstner bit and said, “What’s that noise?” The good news. It’s still early. I got all day to top this.
|08-08-2014 03:36 PM||
I never did figure it out - 14 replies
It’s not one of life’s great mysteries, but I still need to know. How did Gibbs get the boats out of his basement?
|07-13-2014 01:56 AM||
Segmented spindles - 9 replies
I’ve been all over the web, and I can’t find anything on how to make a segmented spindle. Lots of bowls, staved vessels, hollow forms, no spindles. Either that or I don’t know how to google as good as I think I can. I have some ideas that need it. A solid spindle. To be turned between centers. Let’s say I decide I n...
|07-11-2014 11:34 PM||
Beatles memorabilia - 5 replies
I’ve had this since then. The signature of the hotel owner is faded, but can be read. It’s going in my yard sale. I have no clue what to ask. What do you think? THANKS!!!
|07-03-2014 11:13 PM||
A few old tools and questions - 5 replies
I’m getting ready to have a yard sale. I’ve amassed a lot of stuff over the years. It’s time to thin the herd.I know almost zilch about bits and braces. Are they worth anything?Here’s what I’m wanting to get rid of. The only name I can read is Yankee No. 4 on the screwdriver. The eggbeater says Made in USA. W...
|07-02-2014 07:22 PM||
Jet 12 20 VS - 1 reply
Mine. Come and get it. No shipping. http://cincinnati.craigslist.org/tls/4549445241.html
|04-26-2014 07:27 PM||
Yellowheart - 14 replies
This is my first time to use it, and I have questions about the color. Is there something I can do to keep it yellow? I know to keep it out of direct sun, maybe a finish with UV protection? Any other tricks? I bought a small piece for something I’m working on. 2” x 6” x 6” It arrived with a big crack in it. I wonder ...
|03-18-2014 03:24 PM||
Who has their scroll saw on a mobile base? - 24 replies
I’m looking for ideas. Right now it’s on a HF cart, I lift it off to use it. I will probably put in a foot switch. Let me know what works for you. Thanks!!
|02-11-2014 03:52 PM||
I need an electrician, and I'm too cheap to pay one - 20 replies
I want to remove the dimmer switch for my dining room lights and replace it with an ON/OFF toggle switch. There are six 65watt can lights in the ceiling. There is only 1 conduit to the box. There is also an ON/OFF toggle switch on another wall that will control these same lights. Here’s a crappy diagram that I drew. The dot...
|09-21-2013 09:02 PM||
I'm sick - 18 replies
Hello. I’m hairy. I’m out of control. I was at a yard sale yesterday. This is all I could see. That was all it took. It was buried under lots of stuff. It was dirty and neglected but not abused. I asked if it was for sale. They didn’t know. They took my name and number and called back today and told me what they wanted. I dr...
|09-15-2013 03:36 PM||
Stop me from ruining this! - 15 replies
I’m working on a bed for an American Girl Doll. It is a large doll. This is what I have come up with. After I get it all done I will find someone locally to make all the bedding. The inside dimension where the mattress will be is 12” x 24”. Sassafras and baltic birch plywood. Basically constructed like a drawer with a lift o...
|09-07-2013 08:56 PM||
Back from the dead - 11 replies
This is how it looked when it followed me home. Craigslist has been good to me. After being rust o rated. My operating theory was – If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Everything got cleaned, checked, lubed, adjusted as necessary, but I kept the patina. Patina, that’s a nice word , why doesn’t it apply to peo...
|08-27-2013 03:17 PM||
The end of the rainbow - 6 replies
Mainly mechanic’s tools, good selection of old ww’ing hand tools. Not mine. Southwest Ohio Everything but the house
|08-06-2013 01:05 AM||
I made all the mistakes for you. This : 3 @12” long Is much better than this: 1 @ 36” long I thought it was worth a try, it’s not.It is stable only at low speed, it got pretty exciting when I cranked up the speed. If you carve, this is worth it. 12” long The drive end is drilled and tapped to s...