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Dura-Block  hand sanding blocks

Dura-Block hand sanding blocks

01-02-2009 06:07 PM by GaryCN | 5 comments »

Sold at automotive stores or Amazon these are a very nice woodworking tool accessory. They come in many shapes, I have 4. I use them with 3M Stikit paper that comes in 2 3/4 in X 45 yard rolls. 1 roll will last forever.Dura-Block 3M StikitIt’s nice to have a 16” block with a comfortable grip.

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Table Saw

Table Saw

01-31-2012 12:39 PM by Nighthawk | 5 comments »

Tooline Table Saw TS250 Power: 1500 watt Blade: 254×15.9×2.8, with 40 teeth. Blade rising range: 0 – 80mm Blade titling range: 0 – 45 Degree Max cut at 90 degree: 80mm Max cut at 45 degree: 55mm Weight: 21.5 kg Accessories: Has an accessoray kit so I can attach a router or possibly a jigsaw. Dust ports. Cost: $470.00 NZD Bought 18th November 2011I would class this as a small portable DIY table saw. Whilst it is not exactly the orginal one I planned on getti...

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It's okay

It's okay

12-23-2012 07:34 PM by harvey4804 | 5 comments »

After writing a review for my table saw I figured I’d write a review for it’s mobile base, a Shop Fox D2057A. Everything went together fairly easily. The tedious part was installing the hardware for the casters but even that wasn’t too difficult. After having it support my table saw for over a year now, it still works as advertised. BUT… the fit and finish wasn’t too pleasing. as you can see in the pictures the corner support that holds up the tool had a goo...

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Abranet Sanding Mesh

Abranet Sanding Mesh

03-25-2010 09:42 PM by Darell | 5 comments »

I thought I’d try this Abranet Sanding Mesh to sand my pen blanks. Sanding has always been the hated chore of my penmaking. The Abranet Sanding Mesh has made this task much easier. I cut a 1” strip off each of 5 grits and after 15 pens I’m still using the same pieces and they don’t show any signs of wearing out yet. This stuff is much, much easier to use that the old sandpaper strips I had before. I won’t be using the old stuff any more. Wish I’d boug...

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Work well, annoying to adjust

Work well, annoying to adjust

06-25-2012 02:47 PM by lumberjoe | 5 comments »

I used two of these for my cross cut sled I just made. At 5.99 each, they looked like a good value. I was unable to find many reviews on line, so I figured I would give them a shot. The goodThey can be clamped down pretty tight to hold the piece in placeThey are inexpensive (~6.00)Everything turns well on the bolt. No stripping The BadI don’t like the design. These have two locking mechanisms. There is a knurled knob at the bottom that locks the bolt to the track. After locked to ...

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Great little nailer

Great little nailer

01-23-2008 03:10 AM by Roger Strautman | 5 comments »

This was a micro nailer that I bought in hopes of fastening trim on the very end of the piece without splitting and not just any trim but oak and it worked great. This 23 gauge nailer is very light weight and can shoot 1/2”- 1” headless pins so small that if you stain the piece you have to look very hard to even see the small spot of the head. The pins are sold in packets of 2600 form $7-$12. The only downfall that I have found with this gun is that it has no safety so one has to ...

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VXB 4" Lazy Susan Bearing huge discount

VXB 4" Lazy Susan Bearing huge discount

01-13-2011 12:31 PM by Sodabowski | 5 comments »

Hey guys, This is mainly for you guys out there in the USA, but you never know. As you may know, US ball-bearing supplier VXB has been in the market for a very long time and sells all kinds of bearings to the whole world. The great thing about them is that despite being a huge company they also sell to individuals. And now comes the woodworkers’ part: for a limited time, they’re offering this 4” LS bearing for $0.99. Yup. Their shipping options for ONE bearing ar...

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Craftsman NEXTEC Multi-Tool

Craftsman NEXTEC Multi-Tool

07-10-2009 06:30 PM by Workbench_Warrior | 5 comments »

Craftsman NEXTEC Multi-Tool Their Product Description The compact 12 Volt battery provides the power of a full-sized battery in a smaller, lighter weight, longer lasting Lithium-Ion battery. One tool performs multiple tasks by using high-speed oscillations (15000 OPM), a 2.8 oscillation angle and six various attachments. The body of the tool features a soft grip handle, LED work light and an integrated dust bypass for comfort during use and enhanced visibility throughout any application...

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

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

03-29-2010 06:53 PM 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!

02-08-2012 02:35 AM 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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