An anvil as a woodworking project, how could that be? Well, I started by building a jig for the router to flaten and level both ends of a cherry stump. Then I heated and bent some rod to make staples to hold the anvil down. ...
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Location: Kingsley, Mi (Traverse City area)
I've been retired for almost ten (14 and counting and still butchering wood) years now. As to my woodworking abilities, I am basically just a wood butcher but I try.
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I just pick upm this Sears and Roebuck (made by Dunlap) mini metal lathe model 109.20630. Bought it from an ad on Craigs List and it is my intent to restore it to it’s former glory. As I know nothing about metal lathes, I expect that the...
This is my first ever Craig’s List find. Started with a brass wire brush and a lot of elbow grease. Too hard to do with out removing the table so I did some disassembly (actually took most of the saw apart and cleaned and lubed). Mo...