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11-10-2012 03:22 AM

Pens...why is it so popular? - 27 replies

All my magz. that come in the mail, all my emails…etc etc. are about pens.It must be a Huge hobby, huh?I have never met someone who made them, but I find it hard to see such a desire for these pens??I want to be enlightened.Show me this…Pen world.

11-08-2012 01:44 AM

I post shop made machines; to help others with my ideas - 2 replies

I have posted “shop-made machines”, I want to help others and share my builds, I take ideas from others and make my machines…then try to make a useful machine.I want to share these project’s with others and help.Hope some woodworkers will take what they need from my work, and have success.

11-08-2012 12:40 AM

My favorite - American Cherry - 7 replies

I didn’t write this, but it’s good: Of all the woods out there awaiting your blade and bit, cherry is one of the few that has no substitute. Ash can often take the place of red oak and go unnoticed; mahogany has at least a half dozen look-a likes. But cherry? Different story. Plenty of woods have a similar, flawless fine texture t...

11-07-2012 11:38 PM

Anyone use a Quick Change Router Chuck? - 6 replies

Nice…pricey – Whiteside $55.I think I’d trust Whiteside with holding-on-to-my-Bit’s…$55, is steep, but seems well worth the speed change of bit’s…Anyone use these, and….........????

11-06-2012 03:20 AM

. - 7 replies

i am trying to be done with this topic, all I can do to delete it is put a (.) in the boxes…???

11-05-2012 11:06 PM

FastCap - makers of the GlueBot, have incredible cust. serv. - 3 replies

I bought the GlueBot 16oz. at my local woodworking store, Burns Tools.I got home and noticed the cap was cracked.It had another one (that goes to the edge glue tip) so I could use it.I hate returning ANYthing to that store, the douchebags that work there are…well, douchebags.So I emailed FastCap, explaining the stuation with the store and ...

11-05-2012 02:31 AM

Sanding - best/good soft form-able sanding pad?? for round overs, raised panels, etc. - 3 replies

I have struggled with sanding these areas for years.Sanding sponges, uggg.Hand contoured.Folding in half a expensive piece of 5 hole hook and loop – MIRKA, what a waste, and this is what I usually resort to doing. I waste Mirka Gold for a fold in half half ass sander.Any new products out, HOPEFULLY on Amazon, I am trying to fill up a shopp...

11-05-2012 01:35 AM

took OUT all the grounding wire I installed in my dust Collection hose - 8 replies

When I started lay-out of my shop I decided to start with a 6.5hp Shop-Vac and a Vortex add-on.They work very well, way better than I ever expected.I ran 2 1/2” clear hose with elbows, T’s, Y’s and blast gates for all machines.My shop is small so it still has good suction even 20 ft. away.I also have a inlet for a hose, w/blast...

11-05-2012 01:11 AM

need a switch for 110V Table Saw, found one, need 12/3 wire?? - 33 replies

Solved this prob for me…but people can still rap.YUP…just cut up a 12/3 ext. cord, got it!

11-03-2012 11:25 PM

Found a 2001 Grizzly 1023 Table saw for sale - 21 replies

I was cruising Craigslist and found the same guy I bought my Jointer from, selling the Table Saw still.When I purchased the Jointer I saw the TS in the shed, but I wasn’t ready to buy one.He was asking $650. for BOTH the 2001 Jointer and Table saw, He purchased them both on the same day at the PA store, new, in 2001…I bought the Join...

11-03-2012 04:25 AM

Clean my Table Saw Blade once a week, makes a difference - 15 replies

I’ve BEEN cutting a lot of Hard maple & Cherry wood lately and my T saw blade has been gumming up something awefull.I have saw and bit cleaner from Grizzly. It works great. Better than oven cleaner. The gunk is gone in seconds.The Table Saw blade is gleaming.I notice a major difference when the blade is clean, believe me it makes a dif...

11-03-2012 02:46 AM

Using Watco Danish Oil (Natural), then General Gel Satin Top Coat - 14 replies

Building a Bed; full size, and a Dresser; 9 drawers.Hard Maple and Cherry.Using Watco Danish Natural Oil, applied flooded…wait, apply again, wait, wipe.Wait 1 week.Apply Gel Top-Coat, wipe on and wipe off, Satin. 2 coats.This leaves an unbelievable satin hand-rubbed finish that beg’s to be touched.It resembles Sam Maloof’s Oil ...

11-03-2012 12:38 AM

I was curious if there were any Female woodworkers on LumberJocks - 12 replies

Are there many women into woodworking here, like full bore, full-woodshop girls out there? Just wondering, I looked in the “Jocks” menu but didn’t see any, I’m curious, not trying to get a woodworking date, ha, or start a gender war. Just thought it’d be interesting to see another perspective.

11-02-2012 11:11 PM

Storing Wood horizontal or vertical? - 5 replies

I have quite a few board ft, well, maybe 100bf or less, not that much, but I have it all, except the Poplar(in another room vertically leaning against wall)The “good wood” is all in my shop on wall hanging racks,LAYING on top of each other, is it cool to let my good lumber sit a-top each other on the horizontal, I see a lot of lum...

11-02-2012 04:30 AM

I think Clamps, especially good ones are...well worth the money, now that I read this forum - 130 replies

I cannot afford good clamps, no way. $30-60 each. (more like 50 -70) **They are pricey but I realize now, that it’s probably the way to go..But, then I go and buy Harbor Freight cheapo’s and regret it, they work, barely, I’ve broken a few, but never seem to hit the mark as I want it.What’s a woodworker to do unless they ...

11-01-2012 11:29 PM

Keep on breaking an E-clip on auger rod - Table Saw - 9 replies

The “E – clip” that keeps the auger screw rod from backing it’s self out, that’s connected to the blade raising handwheel on my 1966 (re-built except for housing, ha) Table Saw keeps on twisting-up and falling in my dust collection, ha.It’s easy to fix, but I have a feeling the teeth on the housing (of which I...

11-01-2012 10:48 PM

Improvised Edge Sander with table - 0 replies

I am probably not supposed to post this here…I get busted all the time.I took my Grizz combo sander and flipped it on it’s side and bolted it to a board, built a wrap around table that adjusts so I get all the use out of a belt, and the dust collection built-in works great + it sit’s on my downdraft table, so, NO DUST, it makes...

11-01-2012 04:15 AM

I Want this Saw - (This Grizzly has all if not more features) than the Laguna, I'm converted - 29 replies

LAGUNA 4HP Table Saw – Platinum 52” FenceDovetail Trunion, Model# MTS0300.What a beauty. I seen this in a show and it was taken apart and re-assembled. I like that, no hidden cameras.The internals are something to behold.*AS MUCH AS I LIKE THE LAGUNA, I NEVER REALLY INVESTIGATED THIS GRIZZ.

11-01-2012 02:15 AM

. - 26 replies

DONE with this thread…it’s dead.trying to be done with this nonsense thread, and a loser guy who I blocked…block head

11-01-2012 02:09 AM

4212 PorterCable DoveTail Jig-easy to learn OR not? - 8 replies

New dovetail Jig…unfamiliar with it…Any GOOD, USEFUL, UN-COMPLICATED…advise?

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