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WTB: screw and screw cap for #5 knob - 1 reply
Looking for the screw and the brass screw cap for a Stanley #5 tall knob. Thanks!
|75 days ago||
Roubo Workbench End Vise Question - 6 replies
Hello all, I’m designing my first “real” workbench and looking to get started this week. The design is based heavily on the Roubo in Chris Schwarz’s book. I’m sold on a leg vise for the front, and I’m 90% sold on a twin screw vise on the end. I’m looking at the lie nielsen twin screw vise—w...
|139 days ago||
Wiring 240V for new Table Saw - 16 replies
Hello, I currently have a 120V contractor saw and I’m upgrading to a 240V cabinet saw. I have a sub panel in my garage workshop, with an existing 120V circuit running through EMT along the ceiling to my existing saw. I want to keep the 120V circuit in place and pull new wires for a new 240V circuit. The new saw has a 6-15P plug (3 ...
|491 days ago||
Durability of Sam Maloof's Finish - 19 replies
Hello, I’m building a blanket/toy chest out of black walnut for my soon to be nephew. This is my first time working with anything other than QSWO. My other projects (QSWO), I stain for an arts and crafts look and top with Arm-R-Seal Satin Oil + Urethane. I’ve tested a couple of scrap walnut panels. I really dislike the look ...
|514 days ago||
Hinges for Blanket Chest - 8 replies
Hello,I’m building a blanket chest out of black walnut. The lid will be 50.25×25.25×1 which I calculated will weigh approx 29 lbs (3.25 lbs/ft2). I really like Lid Stay Torsion Hinges from Rockler: http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=30958&site=ROCKLER, but I’ve only found ones that go up to a 60 in-lb rating.. ...