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|01-25-2009 08:57 PM||
Abstract art - 6 replies
Hello fellow lumberjocks and jockettes. Now that I’ve completed my “behind closed doors” project I am looking for something to do. With the downsizing I have had to sell my table saw so now I don’t have one, and my bandsaw isn’t wired for 110 yet. So I have to come up with something to do that doesn’t requir...
|01-17-2009 06:13 PM||
Zongkers Family - 11 replies
I have recently realized that we are being over run by Zongkers!! And I couldn’t be happier. This group of people have such a great wealth of talent and information and I look forward to seeing their great projects, obtaining information to help me with my goals, and maybe most importantly, strike up some friendships with them. I wanted...
|01-16-2009 11:56 PM||
Work from Home - 21 replies
So here I go, starting a subject. Yippee, lol. Well I feel like I’m being screwed, and a lot of other people out there are too. I am writing this in regards to the legality of working from a home shop. Here in Laguna Hills it is illegal to work from home with any type of business. I understand that it is obviously residential and not co...
|01-11-2009 04:52 AM||
still for sale - 19 replies
Hey all. I know we’ve been through this already but I need to sell this stuff so I have to do something. I have a portercable 80 gallon 7hp air compressor for $400, a grizzly jump saw $2500, a grizzly dovetail machine $2500, A powermatic 66 table saw with excalibur $1500, a 50 door drying rack $200, and a woodrat $500. Please for the lov...
|12-19-2008 11:20 PM||
Grizzly Tools - 1 reply
I have a G0502 jump saw and a G0611X dovetail machine that I need to sell very quickly. I purchased them in January and hardly used them. I am asking $3000 for both or $1750 each. I also have an older grizzly 16” bandsaw that I need to sell. It is available for $350. You must pick them up. There is a forklift down a couple shops and th...
|12-11-2008 07:37 PM||
Work in Portland - 11 replies
I am looking to relocate to the Portland area and am wondering what the best way to find work is, or better yet, if anyone knows of any cabinet or furniture shops needing an experienced builder. I searched online a little bit, and will do more today. I need to find work quick. Thanks for advice.
|12-09-2008 05:46 AM||
Time frame - 8 replies
I sit here looking at my current project. My mind is almost baffled at the length of time invested. I ponder what I could have made otherwise, but stay on course with my vision. This project will be something to admire, maybe not by everyone, but to those who care to look. I am in no way a master woodworker, but I am patient and in my opinion...
|12-04-2008 05:24 AM||
window washer (humor) - 7 replies
Warning: Due to the graphic nature of this content viewer discretion is advised. I thought this was hilarious. http://www.swapmeetdave.com/Humor/Workshop/DoorWash.htm
|11-22-2008 04:56 AM||
Wow - 4 replies
Just thought I’d pop in and see how many people had a chance to see the Tool and Shops issue of Fine Woodworking for the winter issue 08/09 #202. On the back page is a miniature of a tool box William Robertson made. I have to say that this piece is absolutely amazing. I am more then impressed by this piece. Everything in the tool box ...
|11-03-2008 04:11 AM||
Fine Woodworking - 3 replies
Hey all,I’m wondering if anyone has any experience with getting their projects added in the Readers Gallery section in Fine Woodworking Magazine. How long does it take for approval, do they approve very many online submissions, and do they send rejected letters to all projects not accepted? I tried to submit the Cherry Table a few years ...
|11-01-2008 06:55 PM||
Parting with.... - 1 reply
Need to part with a few tools.Grizzly 18” jump sawGrizzly dovetail machinegrizzly 16” bandsaw (2 years old or so)Woodrat (sorry, keeping the router) These tools were purchased in January (except for bandsaw) and are hardly used. I can give more information and pricing to these tools through private e-mail to interested parties. ...
|09-01-2008 08:59 PM||
competitions - 3 replies
I’m wondering if there is a source that tells you where all the woodworking competitions and contests are held, how to enter, etc. I’m interested in starting to enter some of the contests and don’t even know what, when, how, or where. I’d probably be more likely to enter local competitions here in SoCal. Any input or a...
|08-24-2008 09:31 PM||
Sorry - 61 replies
Okay, So I’m new to this website as all of you know. I have been flipping through several pictures and I have to be completely honest here. I have seen a lot of work that is praised when suggestions for improvement should have been made. For instance, I just saw a table that looked nice. But if you look at it you see very poor seems o...
|08-05-2008 01:27 AM||
Galleries - 2 replies
I am interested in submitting some of my pieces into galleries and am wandering what the process is, and if anyone knows any local galleries in the Southern California Area. I don’t know if this is the right forum, but I’m trying to sell my work, so I guess I’m sweating for bucks. LOL. Any advice on submitting and where is app...