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Precise Repeatability for Multiples

Precise Repeatability for Multiples

1994 days ago by Marco Cecala | 5 comments »

I am currently building a set of 6 Arts & Crafts chairs as designed by Kevin Rodel in FWW. I will be doing a project posting soon, but wanted to recommend a tool that really helped me on this job. In order to reduce individual fitting and trimming of all the joints, it is necessary to make mortises in the same place on each piece. With this jig, it’s easy to do. The tall back leg has 5 mortises, half of them angled. I was able to set up the jig, and place the mortises so the teno...

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An Extinct Tool for Bending Wire!

An Extinct Tool for Bending Wire!

1996 days ago by Dick, & Barb Cain | 15 comments »

You can’t buy one of these anymore, but I thought it would be an enjoyable review. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is a tool I acquired from my Father-in-law after he sold his house. He was thinning out his things, & I ran across this in a box of stuff. I have used this tool to make a multitude of things. I even made a 20’ long chain for my dog. There’s no end to what you can make with it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~...

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Rarely needed yet useful

Rarely needed yet useful

1998 days ago by JuniorJoiner | 6 comments »

I have had a set of the Lie-Nielsen Joinery floats for a few months now, and unbelievably i have even found uses for them.When i first saw these tools advertised on their site, I actually called my wife over , and showed her. Not from amazement or anything like that, but to tell her to never get them for me. Apparently she pays as much attention as i would to her new shoes, because just short weeks later they arrived. Smiling and being thankful, I put them all in the tool roll, and tossed ...

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Handplanes, which, where, how, and why do they give the best surface

Handplanes, which, where, how, and why do they give the best surface

2001 days ago by PurpLev | 12 comments »

I have recently started using the local library service and gotten a lot of reading material, from the taunton press, popular woodworking publishing, and others (japanese woodworking and such), and while some were a nice ‘introductory’ level material, others excelled at the level of knowledge, the ease to grasp it, and the relevance it had when trying to apply it to the everyday woodworking experience. This one was one of them! While some books bore you (me) with endless storie...

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Thompson bowl gouge and Thompson detail gouge

Thompson bowl gouge and Thompson detail gouge

2002 days ago by jeffthewoodwacker | 7 comments »

I have seen a few postings on Lumberjocks about Thompson lathe tools (www.thompsonlathetools.com) and wanted to let everyone know these are some of the best turning tools that I have ever used. I purchased my first Thompson tool a couple of years ago and now own the complete set. Pictured are the 7/16” Thompson detail gouge and the 5/8” Thompson bowl gouge. The tools arrive sharp and ready to use right out of the box. They hold an edge better than every other tool that I have. ...

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Rare Earth Magnets

Rare Earth Magnets

2003 days ago by Dusty56 | 8 comments »

I am offering this site as a possible source for LJ’s that might be needing such an item . I see a lot of projects here that use them , so only the LJ’s that have purchased them in the past can determine whether or not this item is as good or better priced . I hope this helps someone in need . : ) http://www.teachersource.com/ElectricityAndMagnetism/NeodymiumMagnets/MicroMagnets.aspx

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BowlSaw

BowlSaw

2004 days ago by DougTx | 10 comments »

I had a very good experience with the 6” BowlSaw. The pictures show a black walnut blank that I now have a bowl and another piece that can be turned into a smaller bowl and/or a box. I followed the instructions included with the tool and did not have any problems. I started at 120 rpms and finished at 400 rpms. Will probably get the 8” tool and thus can core larger blanks and possibly make 3 bowl out of one blank.DougTx

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Using Steussy's 6" and 8" bowlsaw

Using Steussy's 6" and 8" bowlsaw

2005 days ago by Bob Collins | 10 comments »

I have used the bowlsaws on soft and hard wood blanks, including Australian Red Gum, expensive burl blanks and other exotic wood, I realised that FINALLY here is a tool for the serious and the hobby turner alike.An inexpensive tool for saving the core of that expensive blank you bought which normally you would turn 75% of into saw dust. The size of the blank you start with will determine if you will get two or three bowls from the one blank and the more depth the blank has will give ...

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DeVilbiss MGQ-500

DeVilbiss MGQ-500

2006 days ago by Omegacool | 4 comments »

Air Gun: DeVilbiss Part of a good finish into the wood or the application of automotive paint, much depends on the gun used, among other factors.Speaking of brands, DeVilbiss, is for me the best brand of air guns in Mexico. But talk of quality is also talk about cost, and the products of this brand is expensive in comparison with the other brands mentioned. DeVilbiss MGQ-500 Currently this model is the most sold in Mexico, it can get at Homedepot or a Wal-Mart. For continuous esca...

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Hitachi CW 40 16" Scroll Saw

Hitachi CW 40 16" Scroll Saw

2007 days ago by MrsN | 8 comments »

For Mother’s Day last year my husband asked what I wanted. I said a scroll saw. I didn’t know what I was going to do with it, but I didn’t have one and I wanted one. Since that is about the same logic that keeps my husband buying chain saws I knew my reasoning would work. (I think the chain saw count is up to 6, just yesterday he came home saying “but I don’t have this one, and it has a turbo, none of mine have a turbo)Not knowing exactly what I would do with the...

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