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Gets the job done!

Gets the job done!

1695 days ago by ChunkyC | 14 comments »

Where Purchased: LowesPurchase Price: $149.00 Let me start off by saying that this is the first biscuit joiner that I’ve owned so I can’t compare it to other models but I will give you my honest take on the model. Specs:It has selectable depth settings for #0, #10, #20 and “M”. The M setting is for future use, what ever that means but at the M setting, you get the full depth of cut. The height is very easy to set by loosening a thumb screw and turning a knob ...

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Puzzles, Puzzles, and More Puzzles!

Puzzles, Puzzles, and More Puzzles!

1695 days ago by MsDebbieP | 6 comments »

(this review was first published in the December 2009 LumberJocks’ eMag) Wooden Puzzles by the editors of Scroll Saw Woodworking & CraftsDo our LumberJocks’ scrollwork projects inspire and intimidate you? Are you puzzled by scroll saw work? The book “Wooden Puzzles” takes “puzzled” to a whole new level! In “Wooden Puzzles” there are thirty-one projects that are divided into beginner, intermediate and master categories. There are puzz...

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Santa Grizzly Claw

Santa Grizzly Claw

1695 days ago by blackcherry | 22 comments »

Hello Jocks and a Happy Holiday to all. Well I finally upgrade my band saw situation in my shop. With the help of all the Grizzly jock owner here at the site it was probably the deciding factor in my selection. Although this model G0457 had not been review as of yet this one caught my eye in my final selection. Price comparable to the 17” Grizzly with a resaw capacity of 12” the G0457 come in at 10” but with the same 2HP motor and I beam steel construction. The main rea...

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rockler bench cookies

rockler bench cookies

1697 days ago by kosta | 11 comments »

Yo whats up everybody I wanted to do a review on the rockler bench cookies. Now I got some of these about 4 weeks ago and they work pretty good. I have used them when I was sanding and the one thing I realized is that anything that is smaller than 8 in long and 7 in wide its a lot harder to control. You can get 4 bench cookies for $12 at rockler.com

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Grizzly 17" Bandsaw

Grizzly 17" Bandsaw

1697 days ago by LesB | 14 comments »

Last week I received my new Grizzly G0513X2B Extreme 17” 2hp w/motor brake bandsaw. I researched a lot of saws and for the money this seemed to be the best buy. I ordered it four weeks ago but it was back ordered. Grizzly was very good about keeping me informed of when it would ship and made adjustments for my schedule. In between the date I ordered it and received it the price dropped by $125. ($1075.00 + shipping) Grizzly responded immediately to my email request that they re-write...

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A book with something for everyone

A book with something for everyone

1698 days ago by WayneC | 3 comments »

I came across this book on a trip to Singapore two years ago and read it from cover to cover on the 17 hour return flight to the US. This book provides a very comprehensive overview of hand tools you would find in the shop and provides basic information on their use. I belive much of the information in this book has been lost with the advent of power tools. The books covers drills, planes, saws, and spokeshaves as you would expect in a hand tool book. What surprised me is that he cover...

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Way Better Than Home Made Inserts

Way Better Than Home Made Inserts

1698 days ago by Brad_Nailor | 16 comments »

I was going to do the usual cutting and fitting and fussing with making myself some ZCIs’ for my new Unisaw. Then I thought about exploring the world of commercially made inserts. there are allot to choose from. I was going to go with a system by Lee Valley/Veratris. It has very cool interchangeable plates and a single Alum. insert. But it was a little more than I wanted to pay ($79.00) for an insert. So I was at Woodcraft yesterday buying wheels, and I saw the Leecraft. It seemed reall...

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Great saw with a few annoyances

Great saw with a few annoyances

1699 days ago by Webb | 13 comments »

I have had this saw for about two years now and use it regularly. I have not yet bothered making a sled for the tablesaw since I tend to use this for anything narrower than about 14”. Note you can cut boards as wide as 16” but it requires messing about with the fence which I have not bothered to do. The saw does eat up a lot of space; you need a lot of clearance on the sides plus it needs a substantial clearance behind the saw. The price for the capacity I guess. I have not per...

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Grizzly "Knife" Belt Sander - Model G1015

Grizzly "Knife" Belt Sander - Model G1015

1700 days ago by rjcshop | 1 comment »

I’ve often wished I had a narrow belt sander for finish details on some of my projects and for free hand shaping. My old 10” Delta band saw had a belt sander attachment kit that I used a few times. It worked fairly well, but was cumbersome and took a lot of time to change over, so it got little use. But, it did the job when I really needed it to. I’ve also used my jig saw with a narrow sanding plate mounted in it for some work and that works all right, but not well. The...

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Grizzly Oscillating Spindle Sander

Grizzly Oscillating Spindle Sander

1700 days ago by rjcshop | 5 comments »

Every time I work on curved parts I wish I had a decent spindle sander. I use the drum on my edge sander or belt sander, or small drill press mounted mandrel sanding tubes or a small sanding block mounted in my jig saw, but these are always a pain with minimal or no dust collection. I used an oscillating spindle sander years ago in a commercial pattern shop and really liked it but I didn’t think I had room or budget for one. But, having recently saved a ton of money by building some ...

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