LumberJocks

LumberJocks Woodworking Reviews

  • Advertise with us
JDS Company 2 HP Cyclone Dust Collector, Model 2100 CKV

JDS Company 2 HP Cyclone Dust Collector, Model 2100 CKV

03-04-2015 04:02 AM by csi | 0 comments »

First, let me thank all those that have taken the time and made the effort to write reviews. I’ve read hundreds. I appreciated them all. It’s time for me to give back to the Lumberjocks community. This is my first review….ever. I hope to be a little more diligent about writing reviews. I wanted to start with something that I really like – my JDS 2 HP Cyclone Dust Collector, Model 2100 CKV. It was my third big purchase after a new Jet JWBS-14SF bandsaw and a slightly-used Powermatic 200...

Read this review »


Trend Grinding Stone, Up For Review

Trend Grinding Stone, Up For Review

03-03-2015 04:55 PM by woodshopmike | 0 comments »

The grinding stone by Trend is a 180 grit diamond whetstone that is great for reprofiling a chisel, flattening the back of blades, and truing plane soles or other traditional whetstones. It certainly speeds up the progress of these typically rather time consuming activities. This is not however a one stop product, it is rather an addition to something like the Trend Diamond Whetstone Kit. I’d recommend this product to anyone that reprofiles (read drops) there chisels frequently :...

Read this review »


Carba-Tec Radial Arm Drill review

Carba-Tec Radial Arm Drill review

03-03-2015 10:30 AM by robscastle | 6 comments »

My Radial Arm Drill review RDP-116 TypeCarba-Tec branded 5 Speed Radial Arm Drill Press. Motor is ½ hp5 speed pulley system 500 to 2450 RPMKeyed Chuck capacity 1 to 13mmTaper MT2Chuck travel 80mmChuck to base 1225mmCast iron table round 300mm diameterTilting head 45 deg L 90 deg RTabkle tilt 360 degDrill to coluumn cetner 130 to 420mm Chuck to table Max 700mmNo lightBase footprint 240×410mmDrilling capacity ½ “ or 12.75 mm steelWeight 60 kg Overall appearanceThe Radial Arm Drill (RA...

Read this review »


By Hand and Eye

By Hand and Eye

03-02-2015 01:27 PM by SirIrb | 21 comments »

I saw so much talk in the furniture forum for this book I had to get it. The book arrived Saturday and I immediately began reading it. I had heard that this was a book you have to read while in the shop working on layout. This is true. But because I have yet to get some dividers (hint: buy some dividers because they are the backbone of the whole theory of the book) I read it with a glass of brandy in my chair. I finished it Sunday and turned back to page one to begin again. Basic book geek...

Read this review »


Turning Basics class at Woodcraft

Turning Basics class at Woodcraft

03-02-2015 01:28 AM by DW833 | 2 comments »

I took this class at Woodcraft of Orlando this week. Cost is $105.It is taught by Mark Behrens and runs from 10am – 5pm. I started turning recently and had no idea how to use the tools. I find it difficult to transfer skills I see onlineand dvds for turning to real workshop turning. So I wanted to attend a hands on training class.With few other options for local training, I decided to try this class.Attended a beginning woodworking class at a different woodcraft years ago and foun...

Read this review »


Almost Perfect

Almost Perfect

02-26-2015 05:49 PM by mramseyISU | 5 comments »

This is a really preliminary review on this plane. I haven’t gotten a ton of time with it but I’ve taken a few passes with it just to try things out. I’ve been wanting a No 7 for quite a while and I’ve been on the hunt at every antique store I drive by and on Craigslist. I know you can get one on eBay but I’ve been screwed over in the past there so I’m pretty leery of buying on there. I also just for the heck of it threw this Lie-Nielson on my amazon wish l...

Read this review »


Great Tool for some tasks

Great Tool for some tasks

02-26-2015 03:37 PM by OnhillWW | 5 comments »

I have been using my Flatmaster drum sander (http://stockroomsupply.ca/shop/drum-sanders/18-flatmaster.html) for 2 years now and thought that I had something yet to add to the previous reviews for this product. Set-up:I purchased my Flatmaster complete with the metal top sans the motor; married it with a NIB – OS Dayton motor. Assembly and motor installation / setup was straight forward and easy enough. That said I had interference between the belt and my housing, the opening in the h...

Read this review »


Relief for my aching joints.

Relief for my aching joints.

02-26-2015 03:52 AM by Hopdevil | 18 comments »

Well, while I refuse to grow up, I must admit, I am growing older. My knees and my feet are complaining on a regular basis. My concrete floor is cold and hard (duh). My wife and I went to our local BJ’s Wholesale Club (like Sams and Costco) to get a membership. She had gotten a good deal on a membership through Living Social. As we were wandering the aisles, we came upon these floor mats. They come in a packet of 8 – 2 by 2 squares for a total of 32 square feet for I think @ $1...

Read this review »


Horrible quality, not what I expected from Porter Cable

Horrible quality, not what I expected from Porter Cable

02-25-2015 10:37 PM by drobertson | 16 comments »

I am honestly trying to be fair with this review, but I am extremely frustrated with this scroll saw. In the past I have been a happy owner of many Porter Cable products. At this point I am reluctant to buy any more. About a year ago my wife started to enjoy using the old clunky scroll saw we had to make kids puzzles. She got pretty good at it and now does it as a small side business. Each week she spends about 8-10 hours creating puzzles on the scroll saw for sale at our local farmers ...

Read this review »


Be Square and Use This!

Be Square and Use This!

02-25-2015 05:51 PM by gleasoncraftworks | 6 comments »

Hello all! As a new woodworker, I’m currently tooling up my shop with the happy anticipation of making “great things”. My mantra when shopping has always been to look for the best “bang for my buck”, and I’m pretty satisfied with the results so far. My latest find: the Empire Level e2992 True Blue 7” Rafter Square, a.k.a. a “Speed Square”. Made in the USA from aircraft-grade aluminum, this rafter square has stamped gradation marks, ...

Read this review »


1 2 3 4 ... 405 next »
4045 reviews

Add new review
View Product Index
RSS FEED

Browse reviews

categories | brands | all reviews


DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

GardenTenders.com :: gardening showcase