|Project by CalgaryGeoff||posted 05-08-2014 01:16 PM||4246 views||3 times favorited||33 comments|
Hi there, this little project will be my last. Here’s a few hits on what it is. Fits on a tripod, hold a camera, and it’s used to hold my IPad in its case for making videos and pictures. I made the “boot” from purpleheart oriented to clamp end grain. Then just had some scrapes I cobbled together with a few screws and glue. I have no picture of the iPad in holder. Lol, no other camera.
Ok, so my circumstances have dramatically changed over the last year to the point I can no longer physically participate within my wood working hobby. Sadly I’m have to leave it behind.
My wood working hobby shop setup is fairly decent, it could be used for light industrial production shop and includes over 2000 Bf of inventory, in over 30 species, I think I’m covered from from A to Z. I’m very heavy into Hard Maple, figured soft maple, roasted maple, spaulted maple. Others with ample BF are: Walnut, Cherry, Purpleheart and then into exotics. Lots of Wenge, BloodWood, Bubinga, Padauk and many more.
Tools are numerous and decent quality and well maintained. List of major tools: 8” long bed 72” 3 hp jointer, 15” 3 hp planner, floor model 1hp drill press, drum sander 5” two barrel 3 hp, entry level bandsaw, 12” mitre saw with rolling stand, Lathe oh 16”x42” variable reversible speed control, lathe chisels tools to beat hell, chucks maybe 6, strong hold, one way, wolverine sharpening system, grinder sanding and calipers, gauges, lots for the lathe, package deal only on lathe, small ossilisating sander on stand general smaller one, table saw and router wing on mobile solid base, 10” saw, 2 hp and a PC 690 router.
Dust collector, I have a Clearvue 15” wheel blade, 5 hp, 6” pipe, blast gates, pipe, supports, dust bin, filters, entire system, runs on 220 volt 30 amp suggested, I have used 220 volt, and 20 Amo, no issues ! Must be removed from closet by purchaser.
And many more items, all spare blades will go with appropriate saw. 6-7 10”, 4 12” blades, router bits, measuring, everything unfortunately goes.
I’m starting with LumberJocks in my sales efforts. Any interest please contact me. Monte might be good way to increase your missing lumber inventory in one swoop. Anyway, everyone, I’ve immensely enjoyed this site and my interactions with everyone.
The skills and talent posted and possessed by members and their openness and willingness to share and foster their talents as well as mine made this my FAVORITE and ENJOYABLE web EXPERIENCE EVER for ME !!
Thank you everyone. Peace, love and white light, Geoff
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