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|11-20-2015 01:57 AM||
Need box frames - 17 replies
Is there anyone out there who’s good with a mitre that could make me some(12) box type frames?I’m making some special gifts for a movie cast and they are 5/8-3/4” thick miniature sculptures that I would like to attach to 1/4” plywood and set into frames about 1” deep so that the sculpture doesn’t stick out pas...
|02-26-2014 04:25 AM||
Cypress knees - 31 replies
To tell you the truth, I don’t know what a cypress knee is but this is an email I just received. Some of you may be interested .Hi;We are a Louisiana based company specializing in cleaned, kiln dried cypress knees. We will have a website up and running by Friday. Let me know what you think. Cypress Knee Pricing :——R...
|02-23-2014 07:24 PM||
Wooden plaques - 1 reply
Just wanted to thank you for your quick replies to my question regarding wooden plaques which I removed having found someone willing to produce them for me.How kind you folks are, seriously!!!
|12-08-2012 07:07 PM||
Sold Foredom Brushless Micromotor K.1050 - 9 replies
|09-07-2012 05:45 PM||
Okay I'm dumb but I need to ask something - 35 replies
So I’m trying out two rotary power tools – one is of course the Dreemel. It goes 30,000 rpm,s and to this day, I’ve never been able to stall it and it has guts.The other is a new tool, it also goes 30,000 but has a very flexible coil shaft instead of the stiff cable shaft of the Dreml and the motor is pin drop silent.What I can...
|01-18-2012 08:25 PM||
Caucasian walnut - 23 replies
Does anyone know what this is? Is it still dark like walnut or light colored? Is it available in thicker sizes? Was just wondering as basswood doesn’t have a lot of grain if I wanted to leave something unpainted.Thank you for any suggestions or info.
|03-19-2011 10:50 PM||
wood gloat - 19 replies
I can’t believe I scored a piece of basswood 4” x 18” x 8’!!!!! This makes me so happy! Snowfall warning in effect, gonna have to carve me a big shovel!
|03-18-2011 07:35 AM||
Ads - 61 replies
I’ve been away for awhile and wonder if it’s just me but the ads seem to be appearing and interfering with a lot of the functions – ie covering up the logout spot as well as coming into the zoom in areas of the photos. Is this affecting anyone else’s viewing?
|12-16-2010 06:47 AM||
foot switch - 16 replies
I currently run my Dremel 4000 on a Dremel foot pedal which they no longer make. Now I’m wondering what other brand to buy as I’d like to have one on each of my two Dremels with different sized collets. The 4000 says 120V and 1.6 amps but the foot pedals I’ve seen on line say 115 V and I really don’t understand electricit...
|12-07-2010 08:04 PM||
New tools for me!!!! - 11 replies
When I left BC, I had to sell many of my tools because they were so heavy, or getting on in years, I suppose. Well, this summer I have been painting and diddling around, getting my wood edged at the place I buy it – which leaves huge gouges and not easy to laminate. Fortunately, the last of my carvings just went out the door which means I ...
|10-09-2010 05:18 AM||
Could someone check the Shoe challenge blogs? - 10 replies
Whoever is still awake, could you help me by checking out the blogs to see if the photos are still there? It’s a long story but after I changed all of my photos to Martin’s server, it still looks like they are being looked at from mine (according to my website statistics)- except I deleted all of them from mine and I’m wonderin...
|09-15-2010 08:45 PM||
I'm gonna be in pictures! - 44 replies
LOL, well not the Oscars type pictures, well, not even the Emmy’s, hmmm, what’s left? How about a two minute video for the Dremel company? I guess that’s good enough especially since they’re sending me the video camera. I think they came onto my website and thought it might be nice to show people how I use their tool to c...
|04-24-2010 04:32 AM||
What tool is this? - 35 replies
When I moved into my new house, there was a saw in the garage. Please don’t consider me ignorant however, my knowledge of tools and what they’re used for is very limited to Dremels!Is this like a radial arm saw and can this blade, whatever it is, be changed to a single type blade? Is this as old as the hills? It does work.Thank you s...
|04-10-2010 10:17 PM||
pubsub? - 4 replies
Just wondering how many of our posts are ending up on this website. No harm in it, I guess but was interested to see why it was showing up on my web statistics and oh, I see now that it’s a search engine.http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:nEKQx751W2MJ:www.pubsub.com/How-to-make-a-million-dollars-as-a-craftsperson-in-this-...
|01-24-2010 10:31 PM||
Another help with bandsaw question - 3 replies
Some years ago, I won a german made bandsaw. I always have to order blades for it 88”. Anyways, I’ve never been sure about the tension I should tighten them to – should they make a wow when you press your finger against the side or be really firm?(when the machine is off, of course. :c}
|12-31-2009 10:18 PM||
The Great Tupelo Search is over! - 5 replies
Thanks all of you for your investigation skills. I ended up with one of the few and rare pieces that seem to be floating around, which is kind of surprising to me. However I got a 6×7.5×14” chunk from Exotic Hardwoods in Ontario. $100 shipping included but the project it’s for is about $2500 so it was worth it – uh oh...
|12-28-2009 07:47 PM||
Looking for large Tupelo chunks - 13 replies
Does anyone know where I could get some large sizes of Tupelo? Perhaps 8” thick? I have tried Cape Fear and they are currently having problems of some type and 7 oaks however they never answer their emails. In my area I can’t find basswood larger than 4” thick and I’m working on a larger project that I cannot laminate cer...