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|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
|12-08-2013 12:30 AM||
Hi all, One more time I am asking for your advices and help here. The right community to get the right solution. A friend of mine asked me if I could make a door for his basement room. From the way his house is designed it would not be practical to have one regular size door. We agreed that 2 narrower doors would be better. Each door wo...
|07-17-2013 08:23 AM||
Patio Tabler Red Cedar Finishing - 1 reply
Hello, One more time I am asking for advice. I am building the patio table found in Woodsmith #75 I am making it out of red cedar. It will be put inside during the winter, I live in Canada. Can be hot and humid during the spring and the summer. I have a list of interrogations: - How would you protect the table from the elements. I was t...
|05-22-2013 10:59 PM||
Question: remove paint marks over varnish - 4 replies
Hi, I have been asked if I could remove some paint “splashes” and paint brushes marks over a varnished surface. I wish I had a picture to show but I do not. It’s on an office desk made of Oak, varnished. They used it as a table when they painted the ceiling and did not protect it properly. So there are some “splashe...
|05-07-2013 01:35 PM||
Indoor door finish - which oil to use - 7 replies
Hello All, I am almost finished renovating an old indoor door for my house (french door style). The door had 6 layers of paint and varnish. It’s has been a nightmare to get it cleaned. I am almost done. Yes !. The door is made from Douglas fir. I want to oil it, no more paint nor varnish like. After that I was thinking to apply a coat o...