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|375 days ago||
I found a listing for a 605 Bedrock for 85 and a nice number 7 for 105 and it certainly seems like these are pretty good deals, right? Also, there is a Stanley 6C SW for sale but I’m not sure what the SW stands for.any help is appreciated.
|378 days ago||
Ridgid 6 1/8" Jointer. Good deal? - 7 replies
I found a CL posting for a Ridgid 14668 and I am needing a Jointer, but I’m not sure if $375 is a good deal on this machine if everything is in good working order. I’d love to hear your thoughts.http://littlerock.craigslist.org/tls/3720515710.html
|380 days ago||
Almost Gloat Worthy New Table Saw - 14 replies
Well I finally bit the bullet and bought a new, to me, table saw. I saw a listing on CL for a Ridgid 3650 for 200 bucks. I went a couple of days later to check it out and it was in damn near pristine condition. Everything was there and the seller also threw in a dado and zero clearance insert, and a crosscut sled. I’m ridiculously excited ...
|387 days ago||
Another Ridgid 3650 Question - 7 replies
I found a Ridgid 3650 on CL for what seems like a good deal ($200) however when I called the owner about it he said that when you are adjusting the blade angle from 45 degrees to 90 that it may take some slight over or under adjustment for it to actually be at 90 degrees. He thought that there might be something loose underneath but hasn’t...
|400 days ago||
Dead Stacking Kiln Dried Lumber? - 26 replies
I’ve got about 50 board feet of 4/4 Ambrosia Maple lumber that has been kiln dried. I’m just curious if it safe to dead/flat stack it without having to stick and stack it. Could this create any problems with warping and what not? Any information is greatly appreciated.
|404 days ago||
Good deal on this cabinet(?) table saw? - 5 replies
Ok I hate to add to the multitude of TS threads here but this actually seems like it might be a decent deal if everything is in order. I’m very ready to replace my craftsman TS and want a saw that I can have for a good long time. What do y’all think?http://littlerock.craigslist.org/tls/3672151590.html
|406 days ago||
Home Made Honing Guide? - 11 replies
Has anyone here made a honing guide for plane irons before? I don’t use a debit card due to a lack of self control and there’s no where nearby where I can buy one. Any thoughts?
|407 days ago||
Antique Delta TS worth the time? - 3 replies
So I saw this post on Craigslist and thought it was a pretty darn cool old table saw, but I don’t know if it would be worth my time to make it a usable TS. What do y’all think?http://littlerock.craigslist.org/tls/3660056941.html
|413 days ago||
Huge Air Dried Walnut Slabs - 3 replies
I saw this listing for some very large Walnut slabs in northern Arkansas. They’re more than what I need but I thought someone might be able to find a use for them.http://littlerock.craigslist.org/mat/3641481638.html
|419 days ago||
Powerline Jointer? - 4 replies
I saw an ad on Craigslist for a Powerline 6” jointer, but I don’t know anything about them. Does this look like a decent deal?http://littlerock.craigslist.org/tls/3638766252.html
|428 days ago||
Making wooden cam clamps? - 14 replies
I remember seeing a project on here where someone had made some clamps out of scrap in his shop. Does anyone know how to make wooden clamps? I’d love to give that a try!
|436 days ago||
Could This be Chestnut? Wood ID Help - 3 replies
These beams are for sale on Craigslist and before I make the trip out there to check them out I was wondering if anyone could help ID what species they are. I’d love it if they turned out to be Chestnut…http://littlerock.craigslist.org/mat/3548842129.html
|437 days ago||
How to deal with the possibilty of bugs. - 2 replies
I have a good bit of white oak that I pulled out of an old barn where it had been stacked for years. I get the sneaking suspicion that it might have a dust beetle(?) or some other kind of bug problem, but I hate to throw this to the burn pile. Is there another way to ensure the bugs are gone with out kiln drying it? There aren’t any operat...
|437 days ago||
Minimum Thickness for Book Matching a Slab? - 6 replies
I picked up some Black Walnut yesterday and one of the pieces would be perfect for a book matched slab table top, the only problem is I doubt it will be thick enough to book match it. If I remember right it is 8/4 but it might be 7/4. Here’s a picture. Thanks for the input, Richard
|443 days ago||
Planes You Have Made - 193 replies
I may be jumping the gun a bit here, but I haven’t seen a thread for planes we have made. I thought this might be a good spot for folks to show off their hand tool handiwork!
|448 days ago||
Best way to draw curved lines? - 18 replies
I’ve decided to cut the aprons for my table project with a curve that tapers from about 4” at each end to roughly 2” in the middle. The only problem that I have is that I don’t know the best way to accurately draw the cut lines onto the stock. I’ve included a picture of my rough design so ya’ll can see what I ...
|450 days ago||
Butterfly Dovetail Keys - 4 replies
I’m entertaining the idea of building a Nakashima inspired live edge slab dining table using book matched slabs. I have never tried using dovetail keys before and I’m wondering if anyone could give me some kind of a primer or lead me in the right direction as to learning how to best use butterfly keys. Thanks in advance! Richard
|452 days ago||
My Black Walnut is Done! - 19 replies
I got a text today from the sawyer to let me know the Black Walnut I had him mill is done and ready for pickup. For $1.20 a board foot I’m pretty freaking excited. Now all I have to do is wait a YEAR before I can use any of it!
|455 days ago||
Stanley Bedrock - 19 replies
Why in the world are the Stanley Bedrock planes so much more expensive than a Stanley Bailey, Millers Falls, or something of comparable quality around the same era?
|455 days ago||
Easy to make taper jig? - 5 replies
Does anyone have a pretty simple plan for making a taper jig for the table saw? Thanks, Richard