Without getting into details I found today that you CAN drill a larger hole in a hole using a larger forstner bit.I had previously drilled a 1/2” hole thinking it would allow plenty of clearance for sliding up and down freely on a 7/16”...
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Location: Malvern, Ohio
Dick, married for 24 years to Linda and we live in Malvern, Ohio. My work shop is the better half of our 2 1/2 car garage. In the summer our trike occupys the other half and as soon as the first frost Linda takes it for her car.
I've been cutting wood for too many years and just recently (3 years) I have gotten away from large free standing furniture mostly because it's too heavy to lug around even in my shop.
I don't have a store front nor do I invite walk-ins to my work area. We do however attend a 3 day craft show once a year here http://www.atwoodfallfest.org
and have been for the last 15 years. The unfortunate thing about the fall festival can be the weather and the fact that we set our camper and tent right next to the guy that makes home made ice cream : - )
-- Dick, Malvern Ohio - Your imagination is your only holdup
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More than several times I’ve been inclined to comment on a project that someone had posted then out of curiosity I look to see where that person is from.Guess what. ? No profile at all. – are they ashamed of their whereabouts, want t...
For several years I’ve been replacing the light bulbs in my garage door opener on a too often basis. One would go out and then in a week or so the other bulb would not light when the door was opened or when you would break the sensor at the...
I know I am – so I started looking for options that would help seeing the “fine” print. You know what I mean, those pesky 32nds and especially the 64ths on your scale. It’s nearly impossible to read an 0 to 1 mic witho...
While planeing some rough sawn black walnut I noticed 3 small shiny metalic spots on one side of the board. The bad part of it was that I didn’t spot the “shiny” until I had already fed the board into the planer again. I had ...