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01-05-2014 04:49 AM

Dust Collector Hose - 11 replies

Howdy folks, I just bought a HF Dust Collector 2 Horsepower version. Everything went together just fine. I do plan to try some modifications very soon. Before that happens I need to clean up my workspace. The DC did not come with any hose. What does the average person buy to get this thing up and running? Is it a trip to a big box store to...

01-28-2013 01:40 AM

A lumber storage rack...finally! - 12 replies

Been puttin’ off the storage and workspace setup but I just completed step two with this wall mounted rack. I debated heavily on the store bought racks for 40$+ but decided I wanted some flexibility. For those of you with block walls, I highly recommend the toggle bolts I used, bought from Lowes. It wasn’t as simple to get in as I th...

01-07-2013 12:31 AM

Goodwill finds, what have you found? - 7 replies

Since I’m in the process of getting my shop more efficient with work top space, shelving, out feed table and an assortment of other things, I have to be frugal. Being fairly new I recently built a cabinet and was floored at just what the price of European hinges cost…and how bout those drawer slides huh? While at Goodwill yesterday,...

01-03-2013 02:53 PM

13 feet of wall and a sliding miter saw - 2 replies

As you can see by the pic, I am undergoing some shop setup. I recently upgraded to a SCMS and am just now getting around to building a bench/station along this long wall. Based on my measurement I would need a minimum 30inch deep workbench for this to make sense. I want to make the saw same height as the bench too. Probably going to leave aroun...

11-09-2012 01:31 AM

In need of a sander - 6 replies

I see a used Central Machinery 6” belt / 9” disc stationary sander for $165…but I’m hearing good things about the Ridgid oscillating belt sander for $199…..how do I choose? I want to do small woodcrafts for sale or gifting.

03-24-2012 01:27 PM

Vendors at a woodworking show? - 2 replies

I’ll make this short and sweet….can I buy a Grizzly table saw at “The Woodworking Shows” event in Charlotte today?Grizzly ordering desk could not answer the question. I’ve never been to a show so…but I have cash ready for a saw.Thanks

03-23-2012 05:28 PM

router on extension wing? - 2 replies

I am deep in the search for a new table saw. I have been swayed over to the Grizzly side. If they have two saws such as the 1023, and the extension for a router is only $50 more (included in shipping), then whats the major issues that would deter a buyer from getting this? I can’t build a table for $50!! But there may be some obvious i...

03-02-2012 06:34 PM

Mobile tools question - 4 replies

As seen in the pics, I have a Delta planer with legs but no mobility. I would like to know if putting casters on this style of leg would create a problem or if this is a no brainer. I sort of feel like this is a dumb question but the particular piece of the leg has only a plastic type “foot” on it that obviously has a hole ...

01-30-2012 05:46 AM

mdf...better or worse than pine - 21 replies

I bought some soild mdf 2”X4”X8’ boards today (yeah I know, weird stuff there right?) I only gave a buck a piece . now I want to use them for frame type work on my workshop cabinetry or tables. Having only used sheet type mdf, should I be wary of any kind of issue popping up with this stuff? If everyone foresees no problem ...

01-28-2012 04:06 AM

Baltic Birch plywood, good deal? - 11 replies

I talked briefly with a fella today selling quarter inch 5 feet by 5 feet BB for get this….$2 per sheet with a $20 minimum. This guy must have been or is still a cabinet maker and he has no use for the stuff anymore. My question is should I consider this a steal by taking the sheets and gluing 2 or 3 together to make a more useful produc...


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