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|03-10-2017 02:07 AM||
kingland bandsaw - Info - 0 replies
There is a band saw for sale in my area. The brand is Kingland, never heard about it and cannot find anything on the wed. Does anybody have any opinion, feedback on that brand?The saw looks like in a good condition and the price is reasonable Thank you in advance A
|12-01-2016 06:08 PM||
Jointer choice Delta 37-207 or Crafstman 113 - 11 replies
Hi all, I have been looking for a jointer lately. After some of you identified one of them as a Delta-Milwaukee 37-207, there is a Crafstman 113 (comes with the base) on the market too. As you see in the pic the Delta needs more works than the Crafstman. Something I do not mind. Which one would you choose at equal price.Part availability, ...
|11-28-2016 01:21 AM||
6" old jointer - need ID - 3 replies
I found this jointer not far from where I live. I could go and have a look at it. I need to know 1- brand and model (the owner has no idea) 2- is it worth to buy if working good (the owner says it works) 3- how much would you pay for it. (the asking price is $450) I offered $100 (I cannot really afford more than that) Are spare parts...
|04-19-2016 04:58 PM||
interesting concept - the drawer - 0 replies
Just saw that short video, I thought some of you might like it. https://vimeo.com/70039232 A
|01-30-2016 07:12 PM||
motor identification - 7 replies
Hi, I am looking for a motor for my future Beall buffing system.In a second hand shop I saw this motor. There is no mark or no tag on it providing info. I do not know the speed, the power, etc … They do not either. Maybe among you someone will recognize the motor and then it will help me to gather some info and make take a decision. ...
|01-25-2016 04:41 PM||
Buffing motor power ?? need advice - 11 replies
Hi, I am considering to get a Beall buffing system in the future.I cannot use my grinder for it, it’s too small and too weak. I then need a motor. I am a hobbyist and the system won’t see a continuous use so I do not need something that will run for hours on. Room being utterly limited I am looking for a small footprint motor. I w...
|08-05-2015 12:30 AM||
What type of joints - mobile base for my saw - 5 replies
Hi, I recently acquired a Delta 36-714 that I am slowly cleaning and tuning up. I had to disassemble the saw in order to put it in my car. and some rust on the wings and some dust this is where I am at. I will make my own mobile base based on an idea from LJ Yostriker (http://lumberjocks.com/Yostriker/blog/27204#comment...
|07-29-2015 03:40 AM||
My new saw and 2 fences - 2 replies
I got my new saw today. I bought a Delta 36-714 second hand in good condition. There is a little bit of rust on the table top however nothing serious. I will search how people manage to clean that up. So now I have a saw that will perform well and 2 really cool fences. When I was negociating for the price, I thought $500 was to high for th...
|07-27-2015 01:27 AM||
Delta 36-714 upgrade - 1 reply
Hi, I do have a Ridgid R4512 saw. There is a Delta 36-714 for sale in my area, very rare to see such a saw here.The person is asking $500 for it. I find it’s a little bit high. What would be a reasonable offer. I did not see it yet, I will go tomorrow to check it out.Should I save my money and wait to have enough $$ to get a general int...
|06-20-2015 12:50 AM||
the man who grew chairs - 1 reply
I thought it was a really cool idea and might inspire some of the artists on this site http://www.bbc.com/news/business-32977012
|03-03-2015 11:33 PM||
Need ID a chisel - 3 replies
Hi All, I got that chisel for $2. Will need a lot of work to be back to working order but due to the size, weight and being old …. OK that was an old hand tool … I could not really leave the place without it. I have no idea of the brand, how old it is or what it was used for. It has been used hard.I include some pictures.I will...
|03-03-2015 10:39 PM||
Need ID a hand brace - 2 replies
Hi All, My dad gave me my grand father hand brace. It was in good shape, just had to clean it up a bit. During the clean up I noticed a number on it N 1425. See picture. I am not sure which brand it is, no info on it. For me it is priceless, it comes from my grand father. Feels very solid and works perfectly. I wish I had some bit...
|04-30-2014 06:23 PM||
Yellow Birch and shellac cut for sealer coat - 5 replies
Hi All, I am almost done with my raised panels for my doors. The panels are yellow birch, the frame is of walnut handle padauk. I want to apply a coat of pure tung oil and finish with shellac and wax. I am afraid of the blotching. I never worked with yellow birch before and I do not really have scrap pieces of decent size to practice on. M...
|04-05-2014 04:04 PM||
Veritas router top and router fence - 6 replies
Hi,I might have scored a deal for a veritas router plate and veritas router fence and all the accessories that come with it for a awesome price. I will be installing the table top on my TS extension wing. I do not have room for a dedicated router table I want to know before I spend $120 for the entire system if I can use the fence while the plat...
|03-10-2014 05:38 PM||
water based stain - poly - over dewaxed shellac - 13 replies
Hi, I would like to know if I can use dewaxed shellac under a water based stain on blotchy prone wood.I’ve read contradictory advice, yes you can and no you cannot. What is the deal? I would like to get Charles Neil product but to get that in Canada, it would cost me approx $60 which is out of my budget at the moment. Not CN fault...
|02-25-2014 05:41 AM||
deftoil danish oil - 5 replies
Hello, I would like to know if the Deftoil Danish oil leaves a glossy finish. I only used once Minwax antique oil and did not like the result. Very glossy.Since that experience I have only been using tung oil so far and would like to try Danish oil. My tung oil bottle is almost empty and found it’s a good time to try something new. J...
|02-22-2014 09:27 PM||
Shellac - Denatured alcohol - 21 replies
Hello All, In Canada it seems impossible to find denatured alcohol. I am not really willing to use Methyl Hydrate (I found that it can be used to cut shellac) due to its high toxicity. I have seen a lot of different alternatives on the web but so many contradictory opinions I do not know what to look for anymore. What can I you use to repl...
|02-12-2014 01:30 AM||
Planer sled design - Question - Need help - 5 replies
Hi fellow LJ, I will certainly need a planer sled in the following months. I will have approx 16 8’x8”x2.5” pieces of walnut and 6 8’x8”x2” of maple to flatten.I do not have a jointer and doing it by hand planing would be too time consuming and I do not feel comfortable enough to do it perfectly flat. I ...
|02-05-2014 12:32 AM||
Snappy countersinks - what do you think - 15 replies
Hi,I saw the “make it Snappy” set of 5 countersinks – 2 flutes, (part # 40030) yesterday in a store. I never heard of this brand before and I do not seem to find a lot of reviews. It’s made in the USA. Here is what I saw for approx. $28 +taxes. Does anybody have feedback about this product?How do they compare to o...
|12-29-2013 06:01 PM||
Popular Woodworking sweepstakes - 0 replies
Hi, I am sure that everybody already know about it but I just discovered it today. There is a popular woodworking sweepstakes until Dec. 31st.here is the link http://popularwoodworking.upickem.net/r/93PHuXGuvv3?r=732811