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|11-28-2014 03:58 AM||
Clearview Dust Collector noise - 5 replies
I’m installing a CV in the corner of a 20’ x ‘30’ shop. I think it’s the 1800 model with the 15” impeller. With the wynn filters it cranks out 88 dB. I need to vent into the shop. I’ve looked at the clearview website which has some good info. I’m wondering what you guys have done that’...
|11-16-2014 10:17 PM||
what is this? - 10 replies
When I bought my festool ro 150 sander (second hand) it had a bag of these tubes with orange stuff in them. I don’t think it is a festool product but I don’t know what it is. the plastic tubes are roughly 9” long and 1/2 inch in diameter. Any ideas?
|11-02-2014 03:31 AM||
I'm happy with the deal I got today. - 16 replies
I didn’t need another vac or sander but I was cruising Craigslist and came across a festool CT22 and a RO 150 Rotax sander. Both were very dirty but ran well. Got the pair for $240. Cleaned ‘em up and they look great.
|10-30-2014 12:31 AM||
what is this dc setup worth? - 3 replies
This is a Jet 2 hp unit with a wynn filter and a home made thein top hat. how much do you think I should ask for it on Craigslist?
|04-20-2014 06:02 PM||
Dust cat ail filter - 13 replies
I search craigslist a couple time a week for deals. I’ve been looking for a great deal on a dust collector because my current collector isn’t powerful enough to do anything but collect chips. I ran across this dust cat this weekend which is designed to filter the air in the shop. I’d never heard of it before but after a little ...
|02-18-2014 03:10 PM||
Bosch 1210 die grinder - 2 replies
Bosch model 1210 – Like new. Amazon sells it for $167. Asking $75 . I don’t have the original box Price doesn’t include shipping from 85233. Conus only, please.
|02-17-2014 05:16 PM||
Hand planes for sale - 1 reply
I’m selling some of my collection. I have the following planes for sale: Prices don’t include shipping from 85233 Stanley Bailey #31 24” long transitional jointer plane. Antique made in the mid 1800’s. $45 Stanley Bailey #28 transitional plane. $40 Stanley Bailey #26 antique transitional plane. Beautiful patina ...
|02-16-2014 03:56 PM||
14" radial arm saw blade. 1" bore - 3 replies
I don’t have a 14” Radial Arm saw so this blade needs to find a home. It’s a 14” diameter Amana 42 Tooth ATB blade. The blade is used and has been resharpened but I haven’t ever used it. It has typical discoloration of a blade that has been used, cleaned, sharpened and the teeth protected with the coating (plastic?)...
|02-11-2014 03:12 AM||
Oliver 166 bd jointer question - 0 replies
I’m considering getting one of these ol’ iron machines. It has a 480 volt motor and I don’t have 480 available. I can’t tell from the pictures I’ve seen if it’s a direct drive motor? if so, I’ll bet it’s not easy to change the motor. Anyone have any experience changing one of these?
|12-23-2013 05:36 PM||
Carving club near Tulsa OK? - 5 replies
Does anyone participate in any type of carving club/guild near Tulsa that they could recommend for a beginner? Thanks,
|12-23-2013 04:50 AM||
Woodworking frump? - 18 replies
I have been “working” on a bed project for months but haven’t made much progress. It’s almost turned into work instead of fun. I find that I’m not very motivated to complete it. I will finish it because I hate unfinished projects. Does this happen to you too?
|12-23-2013 03:52 AM||
How do you sharpen curved scrapers? - 7 replies
They’re handy tools when sharp but I can’t find any good information on sharpening them. How do you do it?
|12-05-2013 02:33 PM||
Best way to deal with nails in wood - 31 replies
I had an old black walnut tree cut down and slabbed into 9/4” thick planks. I have roughly 50 planks. The bandsaw found/cut a bunch of nails (ugh). I think the easiest way is is to cut out the sections of wood that contain nails. Unfortunately, that would leave me with some pretty short sections in some cases. Other ideas are: 1) ...
|11-27-2013 08:39 PM||
which tools would you use to do this carving - 3 replies
All, I want to do a relief carving. Never done one before. I want to make something similar to this in walnut. I’ve read a lot of theads about tools and it appears the overall consensus is only buy the tools you need to do the job at hand rather than buy a set. As far as brands go it seems that Pfeil, Hock and a few others are l...
|11-11-2013 11:55 PM||
Green and Green bed design help requested - 22 replies
This walnut bed is loosely copied from a bed Darrell Peart made. I’m just learning sketchup so some of the lines aren’t exactly where I want them but it’s close enough for a concept. I’m struggling with the footboard. Does it need something to fill in the opening of the footboard? Vertical slats? Metal posts? Other?...
|11-04-2013 10:04 PM||
Drawer slides / glides 22" - 1 reply
20+ pair. Knape and Vogt and other brands. 80% extension. some side mount and some bottom mount (on the bottom side of drawer edge). Gently used. Because of the weight I prefer Local pickup only. Gilbert AZ, 85233. $10 takes all.
|11-04-2013 07:13 PM||
I don't remember what this is used for. - 18 replies
Anyone have one? Can you tell me what tool it goes to? Thanks
|10-24-2013 02:42 AM||
Termites - 15 replies
There is a local walnut tree that ive considered removing and slabbing for furniture. I cut a branch off and i found termites. I don’t want to go to the trouble and expense if the termites have really caused damage. But, sometimes the holes and channels add character to the wood. Anyone else have experience with termites?
|10-23-2013 05:55 AM||
Good article to read - 1 reply
I ordered a copy of Woodwork winter 2010 to Darrell Peart’s table design. While skimming through the magazine I ran across an article by Andy Glantz called “Selling the experience”. He describes his methods to attract customers, handle the customer/client relationship, and market his craft. His method targets high-end cu...
|10-19-2013 03:07 PM||
acryliwood? - 5 replies
I’m interested in making some pen blanks. I see that some people use acryliwood. what is your experience with acryliwood compared to regular wood? Is there a source to buy the acrylic and process the blanks yourself? Has anyone tried it?