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Milescraft Model 1201 BasePlate / Bushing Set, boring but good.

Milescraft Model 1201 BasePlate / Bushing Set, boring but good.

1583 days ago by Kerry Drake | 5 comments »

I had to keep my stools in storage for over year after tearing down one shop then having a big delay in starting the new shop due to health issues. When I took all my stuff back out of storage I found I was missing (i.e. I lost) some little do-dads here and there. One of them was some of the accessory pieces to my router. How we got by without the internet I do not know, but after a little Google magic I had this product shipped to me and all was right with the world.

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Best bandsaw upgrade in 15 years!

Best bandsaw upgrade in 15 years!

903 days ago by MedicineMan | 5 comments »

I have a 1990’s era Delta 14” bandsaw, and finally wore out the hand crank. Then I found the $19.00 crank offered by many sources. I have used it for about 5 years, then it wore out, locking the threads into the nut. This time I needed a fast fix and couldn’t take any chances, so I sprang for the $44.99 heavy duty tension crank I had seen on the Highland Hardware/Woodworking web site. It seemed kind of expensive, but I couldn’t find a source for the 3/8”-12 t...

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Worx just works

Worx just works

903 days ago by Nighthawk | 5 comments »

Power Input: 1800W Blade: 254mm – 10” Bore: 16mm Bevel: 0-45° Mitre: 0-45° Wood Capacity: 305×90mm mitre0°/bevel0° No Load Speed: 4500/min Machine Weight: 19kg Guide: Laser Retailer: Mitre10 Mega (NZ) Ltd Price: $399.00 NZD Bought 2nd July 2011I simply can not flaw this machine. I have been able to do everything I want and it has performed a superbly. Now yes, it could be a bigger blade, bigger angles and longer travel, but the price difference was over ...

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Woodshop News

Woodshop News

2379 days ago by Popintraining | 5 comments »

Anyone not familiar with this magazine is in for a real treat. This monthly publication is an excellent source of information for any woodworking enthusiast on almost any subject. Inspiring stories about craftsman, their businesses and tips on what it takes to be successful are featured in every issue, along with tip’s on building, finishing and just about everything you else you can imagine. This magazine has been an invaluable tool for me in furthering my knowledge of building interiors an...

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Compressor

Compressor

2275 days ago by GMman | 5 comments »

I have a Cambell Hausfield compressor worst tool I have ever purchased I tried to complaint to the company and never got an answer, it is noisy , it takes for ever to get to 100 pounds , had it for 2 years and took back on the warantee twice and it is ready to go back

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Rockler Fluting Jig. It works

Rockler Fluting Jig. It works

1034 days ago by Craftsman on the lake | 5 comments »

Saddled with the idea of making fluted casings for a bedroom and eventually for the rest of the house, I decided to splurge and pick up Rockler’s fluting jig. I must say that after a little practice on some scrap to get used to it then finishing off a bedroom, it works nicely. The Jig is well made. It is constructed of phenol ply and has knobs to tighten and adjust that have metal inserts. To make a flute you set your router in it and adjust the jig so that two rails ride on both si...

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Spyderco Bench Stone

Spyderco Bench Stone

901 days ago by Phil53 | 5 comments »

I can’t say enough good about these stones. I have a medium and a fine. The fine I have had for over a year and I use it on a regular basis and it still shows no ware. With the fine I can take my tools edge to a mirror finish. The thing I like about using ceramics is that it is clean. You do not have to use water or oil on these stones. For clean up I use a rubber pencil eraser just like we used in school. And if it gets to bad I use a little water, Comet and a green scouring pad. I hav...

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Best I've used

Best I've used

1034 days ago by JayPique | 5 comments »

I just saw this review, and I completely agree – it’s the best I’ve used. It smells like Band-aids I think. The only thing you need to watch is that if you spread it with a steel putty knife it will start to turn black if you work it too long, so I use plastic, or stainless steel to spread it. It comes it a nice wide range of colors too, and if it gets dry you just add a drop or three of water and mix it up again. Great stuff.JP

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Kelton Center Saver

Kelton Center Saver

1289 days ago by EbenGP | 5 comments »

This is my first post, i’m not using my english very often, so i hope you will understand my post I like to turn bowls from green wood, after a couples of bowls i was impress with all the rip on the floor, when you make a bowl with 11” dia. and 6” high you got a lot of rip. I have some nice green wood waiting for turning and i wanted to get the most of it. That’s wy i have bought a Kelton Center Saver. I have the small and the standard set, with these two set yo...

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I've tried a few blades but this one does it.

I've tried a few blades but this one does it.

64 days ago by Craftsman on the lake | 5 comments »

Usually in my old Rockwell/Delta table saw I use a combination blade. I do very little crosscutting in my table saw as it’s not new and doesn’t have a super fence on it. My main use of it is to cut my wood to width in the jointing/planing process of readying the wood to use. I own a nice sliding combo 12” Bosch miter saw that I do all of my crosscutting with. The combination of the two saws lets me get by pretty good. I tried a couple of rip blades in the past few years....

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