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06-14-2018 12:14 AM

I need some electrical advice from the experts. - 8 replies

I’m not sure where I might be supposed to post this so forgive me if it is in the wrong place. I have a 750 watt inverter and I want to use it on the microwave at the site below. It says it is a 700 watt microwave but when I look on the back of the unit it says 1025 watts. My question is this, which wattage should I use to know if it...

05-31-2018 12:15 PM

For those who need Bearing Info this may help. - 3 replies

I ran across this pdf and thought it may help some of you ID bearings and substitutes. larry http://vintagemachinery.org/files/PDF/FAQ/BearingID.pdf

05-06-2018 02:06 PM

A Saw the likes I have never seen before. I don't understand anything about it - 7 replies

Not even how the fence stays up but even just as puzzling is the slanted (what looks like an) out feed table on the saw. This is on utube and to save you having to watch the whole thing the part I am talking about is from 3:43 to 3:55 Comments are very welcome as I don’t see how this saw is marketable. I will not be doing the vacuum...

04-29-2018 12:18 AM

I need some really good advice on this - 20 replies

Question for all you LJ remodelersI have been doing this type of work for many many years but this is one thing I have never done so I need some expert advice. In my home I am doing extensive remodeling now. I have a den that has ¾ solid cherry walls that I want to protect while doing this. Plastic covering is what I would think to do for ...

04-08-2018 01:19 AM

I am totally lost as to how this could happen and need help figuring it out - 30 replies

Here is what is driving me bananas. I built a sled according to the 5 cut method. I thought it was ok and I set it aside and did other things. After that, I took a wood rectangle ¼” thick that checked perfectly square and made a cut on each side of it with the sled. I then checked it again for square. Now, after cutting all four sides a...

03-27-2018 04:24 PM

Can anyone identify this old jointer and tell me - 6 replies

what size it may be and what it may be worth if working properly? Any problems such as finding blades? larry

03-01-2018 02:20 PM

Plexiglass glue - 19 replies

I am working on a custom dust collector to use at the blade of my table saw and I need to cement plexiglass parts together with a stong glue weld. I don’t know if acetone will work or not but if you have experience glueing this stuff I would appreciate your advice before doing the glueup. larry

02-12-2018 12:13 AM

Which Drawer Lock Bit with 1/2" Shank should I buy? - 7 replies

Which Drawer Lock Bit with 1/2” Shank should I buy?I’m not a pro, I will just be building a new kitchen for us with many drawers and cabinets and a large pantry. I don’t want to break the bank but I don’t want junk either. Please include any plusses or minuses that you believe would be important. Prices I see are in about the same pric...

01-08-2018 02:27 PM

Dunlop 8" table saw. - 4 replies

Little but looks well built if someone near would like to have it. Cheap enough! Thought I would pass it on. https://akroncanton.craigslist.org/tls/d/dunlop-table-saw/6411472278.html larry

12-08-2017 01:01 PM

Router bit buying choices help - 9 replies

I want to buy some quality but not super quality undersized dado bits and some bottom cleaning bits with guide bearings (adjustable). I’m not a pro, just a diy building cabinets and so on. I have 1/4 and 1/2 inch routers. A search I did turned up these companys. Which is best or are there better ones?

06-14-2017 08:21 PM

Has anyone bought and used the Ridgid 18V BRUSHLESS 18 GAUGE 2-1/8 IN. BRAD NAILER BARE TOOL - 2 replies

that HD sells for $199.00 I am about to pull the trigger but would like some input from LJ’s. I have a large air nailer and air pin but I need one that will not distrurb renters and neighbors when working. I also already have batteries and a charger for my ridgid drill and impact driver. larry https://www.ridgid.com/hyperdrive/

05-03-2017 08:27 PM

Here is one for your restoration and collection - 9 replies

https://cleveland.craigslist.org/tls/6112423582.html

04-06-2017 01:41 PM

Well I took out my 8 power magnifying glass - 8 replies

and read the instruction book for my newly acquiredCen-tech metal detector wand. Not being one to gamble with my tools I would like to know any thing that I should be aware of concerning the detector. Is it reliable? Is there any thing I should know that you experienced users can give me a heads up on? I don’t want to ruin the blades on my...

03-22-2017 07:58 PM

Can someone tell me how many amps this motor is by the - 7 replies

Information given in my manual? This is all that it says in the delta Model 34-444 manual. The motor recommended for use with your saw is the Cat. No. 62-044 1-1/2 H.P., Ball Beaing, Capacitor Start/Capacitor Run, 115/230 Volt motor

03-22-2017 11:51 AM

Grizzly G1022Z Extension Wings Question - 7 replies

Here is my question. What is the best way to fill in the holes in these table wings? I like the cast iron but I’m not sure I am going to like the holes in my table top. I thought about turning them over and filling it with a light coat of fiberglass.Picture is borrowed from SwampDonkey772 Thanks SD.

03-09-2017 02:54 PM

He assembles a cabinet with one tool. A nail, brad, or staple gun. - 20 replies

The first time I have seen how this was done. Interesting to say the least. Only the first part is of the cabinet being assembled. Now I know where HD and Lowe’s gets their high end cabinets. :) How cheap! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtcjd01UE5Y I would love to see other videos of this type if you have links. larry

02-12-2017 05:29 PM

Kitchen cabinet problem. special joints? I don't want to have to do it over again. - 16 replies

Hey Kitchen Cabinet makers. When your wife wants your build to be shaker style and painted white how do you keep the paint from cracking as the wood moves? My experience has been that painted wood cabinets don’t look so good after a while due to shrinking panels and so on. Or, is there a joint that will work better than others? Help. ...

01-18-2017 02:59 PM

Just looking for opinions as I have no idea. - 3 replies

Not going to buy or look for this model saw, I just want to know what it is in the minds of LJ’s The make and model I’m curious about is the Delta 10 inch 34-444. Hope I can learn something so let loose, good/bad or both. Say as compared to the Grizzly 10 inch 1022. larry

01-11-2017 02:38 PM

How do I log out of LJ's - 3 replies

I had to replace my password. LJ sent me an email to do so along with a new password to get into LJ to set a new password of my choice. When I clicked on the email to do so, I was sent to a site to log in with the temp password and google asked if i wanted to save the password. No, I did not want to save the temp password and clicked no, then...

11-19-2016 11:01 PM

Can anyone tell me what brand lathe this is and who did this work? - 4 replies

I would also like to see his web sight if he has one. Do any of you folks recognize this guy and lathe?

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