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07-25-2017 07:11 AM

[Orange County, CA] Several machines for sale - now with pictures! - 4 replies

I have several tools I want to sell, with almost no use: Jet12” jointer planer with segmented cutterhead, in mobile base. (MSRP $3300+) Rikon 2HP dust collector, with 3 micron bag and Oneida a super dust deputy cyclone, 17 gallon drum, and remote control (MSRP $800+) These I bought used: Craftman 15” drill press ...

12-28-2012 07:51 PM

Jet 1220 vs 1220VS - 11 replies

Hi, I want to get started in wood turning, mostly for furniture purposes (turning between centers / spindle turning). The Jet 1220 series seems to be a popular choice to start, seeing as it can have a bed extension, dedicated base, etc. Most people seem to like the VS, but the regular 1220 also supports different speeds via belt adjustment...

04-12-2010 07:52 PM

Learn Woodking at Cerritos College on the weekends (Southern California) - 0 replies

Hi, I am taking woodworking classes at the Cerritos College Community Educaton program, it’s a great place to learn, with knowledgeable instructors, a very well equipped shop, and where safety and proper technique are always important. Next weekend classes start on Sat Apr 17 and Sun Apr 18th, so if you are interested please checko...

02-11-2010 11:32 PM

Woodshop in Los Angeles? - 15 replies

Hi, Apologies in advance, I am not sure this is the appropriate place for my post. I am looking for a Workshop in the LA area that’s open to the public for a fee or membership, is there such a thing? hopefully with basic tools such as a table saw, band saw, planer and jointer? I would like to get some stuff done in this long weeke...

02-09-2010 09:46 PM

Where to buy s2s tempered hardboard online? - 6 replies

Hi, I’ve been reading that S2S tempered hardboard is an ideal product for Jig construction, as I want to build some jigs for my router (an adjustable dado jig and an adjustable mortising jig), I would like to know where I can acquire this material. I’m having problems finding a supplier, where do you buy your 1/4” thick,...

11-20-2009 12:10 AM

laminating MDF and Beech butcher block for bench top - 8 replies

I am building a small workbench with a 24”x48” top. I glued two pieces of 3/4” thick MDF with contact cement, this gives me a 1 1/2” thick top, now I want to glue a 1 1/8” thick beech butcher block on top of that to give me a nice looking, 2 5/8” thick top What would be the best glue for this use? Doe...

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