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|10-07-2011 05:47 AM||
Hi everybody.I am having a GOOD DAY. I got a tool gloat to share. My cousin who like me has to many hobbies is downsizing his shop. He gave me an older version Rockler router table and router lift. Unfortunately he put something wet on it one day and the table top has swollen at the miter track.!https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/lsofd...
|03-02-2011 08:53 AM||
drying lumber and logs for wood turning - 4 replies
Hi all, I have just taken up woodturning. (I know, I’m in trouble now) I am intrigued by the possibility of using random logs, green firewood, winter blow downs etc as potential turning stock. At worst, I can use it as practice stuff. I don’t own a kiln or anything like that. I figured maybe I can stack up logs and air dry the...
|11-23-2010 06:59 AM||
Beginners first lathe - 6 replies
Hey everyone. I just scored a little extra spending cash courtesy of a birthday. I have been looking for a used lathe to add to my tool arsenal for a while now. Now that I got a little more I’ve been debating getting the harbor freight mini lathe #65345. It’s now $199 plus I got the usual 20% coupon. The reviews are good from th...
|07-23-2010 07:43 AM||
wood and plaster mirror repair. - 2 replies
hello everyone. My wife has hired me out to do some handyman type work for a co-worker of hers. I am happy to lend my skills to others, especially since she lives with her widowed mother. One particular task has me wondering as how to best approach it. She has an old antique round wood framed mirror. Around the frame there are decorative fl...
|03-09-2010 04:00 PM||
tools for granite - 6 replies
Hi everyone.I have come across a few granite scraps that I want to incorporate into some wood working projects. Most of the larger pieces are jagged broken slab pieces 1.5” thick. I am trying to figure how to cut them. I was going to use a cir saw with a stone cutting blade. But will it cut something that thick. I have access to a grin...
|02-27-2010 05:44 AM||
upcomming anniversary - 4 replies
Well tomorrow is my 1 year anniv. I figured I would(OR IS THAT figured wood) show my appreciation to this community. I am so pleased to have found you all. In a time of economic uncertainty, I picked up a new hobby. I figured a hobby that kept me around the house and family, provide benefit to the family, feed my creative and artistic need w...
|01-25-2010 04:55 AM||
lunchbox planer question - 3 replies
Good evening everyone. I just purchased the porter cable planer from lowes. I am aware that it is a clone of the delta shop master portable planer. I purchased it knowing its limitations. It will probably see only occasional use. The instructions don’t really tell you how thin it can plane to, or length. More or less what I am trying...
|11-26-2009 05:10 AM||
jet dust collection - 5 replies
Hi everyone and happy thanksgiving from the state that gave us thanksgiving. I noticed that in my new rockler circular I got in my email that they have a little jet dust collection model dc-500. I am in need of any kind of dust collection and I was hoping some fellow jocks can chime in on this model. I would be using this one machine at a ti...
|10-14-2009 04:23 PM||
gloss over satin finish - 4 replies
Hi everyone, sorry to post a newbie question but…....I am refinishing a walnut shot gun stock. I applied a darker than original stain. Now comes the finishing. I think a satin finish would look really sharp. However a more glossy sheen is more appropriate for this gun dating back to the mid fifties. Well my question is; if I was to ...
|03-05-2009 08:16 AM||
refinishing a shotgun stock - 3 replies
hi everyone, I have an older remington model 58 semi auto shotgun made between 1958 and 1962? Its just a shooter but it is magic in the field. The stock is fairly plain with some checkering on the grip and on the forearm. I am not sure if it is stained but it has an almost orange red hue. The finish is pretty worn and cracked. The p...