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|06-25-2015 05:11 PM||
Black Walnut tops and branch wood Rochester NY - 6 replies
Hey everyone,I’m in the process of having about 25 large black walnut trees cut down and the loggers are planning on leaving the tops and branches behind. In an effort to minimize the waste and work I have to do, I’m offering access to said branches and tops for free. There might even be some large chunks left over from the cutting t...
|08-12-2014 11:03 PM||
Fantasy Football - Season #2 - 79 replies
Hey everyone, just wanted to let you know that we’re firing up the Lumberjocks Fantasy Football League again. We had a great turnout last year and we’re well on our way already. Everyone is welcome to sign up, but we only have room for 20, so if you’re interested, sign up using the link below. Last years winner: BigRedKnothe...
|05-11-2013 06:30 AM||
Nick Offerman being cool, yet again - 4 replies
|01-26-2013 08:09 PM||
Wood ID - Also, what is going on with it? - 27 replies
Hello all. I was wondering if anyone had any insight to what this wood might be. It was sold to me as walnut by a sawyer that was going out of business who really didn’t mind what he threw into the back of my truck for $200 (which included giant 20/4 and 14/4 slabs). So what say you, walnut? Typical comparison of the two stacks he ga...
|05-24-2012 03:00 PM||
How does one go about this.. - 10 replies
I’m sure we’ve all run across old furniture (dressers, for instance) that is most likely veneered where scratches, dings, and wear have left lighter spots. What exactly do furniture makers use to finish these pieces.. and how would one go about restoring it?
|04-20-2012 03:19 PM||
FB Widget issue - 2 replies
Martin-Caught this little div sneaking around on a few long posts—
|04-14-2012 03:39 PM||
Free, Established Walnut Trees! (Rochester, NY) - 9 replies
Hi everyone. My wife and I are out doing some yard work and clearing an area for a veggie garden. I have (3) 3-4’ tall walnut trees I just dug up (very deep holes to make sure I got all/most of the tap root). They’re out by the road. Send me a PM if you want to pick them up.
|03-30-2012 04:17 PM||
Barnwood for sale - 10 replies
Hey all- I’m tearing down one of my barns this weekend and will probably end up with some barn wood in the dumpster. If anyone is in the Rochester area and is interested, shoot me a PM for my address. Bring a couple bucks for what its worth to you.
|03-19-2012 11:05 PM||
email notification - 8 replies
Martin-The past couple email notifications I’ve gotten are split in two by a ! And a line break.. Not sure of this is a new feature or debug code, but I thought I’d bring it to your attention in any case
|02-20-2012 04:01 AM||
Hand Tools Heads Up in the Rochester NY area - 5 replies
The wife and I went antique shopping today and, as always, there were plenty of tools to behold.. I took pictures of what I thought were some interesting ones. If you’re interested in anything you see, I’ll point you to the right place or maybe even ship them your way if you want. View all Also, if you guys happen to know ...
|02-13-2012 08:37 PM||
Comment Anchor URL - 6 replies
Specifically for Martin- LinksI know this might break a good many things, but it makes sense (in my mind): http://lumberjocks.com/topics/27378#reply-386164 (where the 386164 is a reference to the comment id) have it be ’/topics/27378#reply-44’, where the 44 is relative to the topic. Perhaps a different anchor prefix, l...
|02-13-2012 05:56 PM||
Geocaching - 6 replies
Anyone do it? My wife and I have been doing it for a couple years now.. loads of fun :D
|01-30-2012 06:53 AM||
Bed Rails - 5 replies
‘Evening LJs I’m in the stages of planning a platform-ish type bed and was wondering if you knew of a recommended rail size for a california king bed (rails would be 84” long) I just bought a 7/4 slab of s2s walnut that’s 110” long and 18” wide. A 6” rail would give me about 10.5 square inches for ...
|01-23-2012 11:41 PM||
Spalted Maple question - 4 replies
Last week, I had a piece of spalted maple that I took to work to show a coworker.. It was a very nice slab that looks like a spalted burl, as the grain looks like cinnamon on toast. Unfortunately, I left it in my truck overnight and we had a freak rain shower out of nowhere and the top of the slab was soaked. I brought it in to the house to d...
|12-16-2011 05:36 AM||
Opinions regarding finishing process - 5 replies
So I’ve been making these boxes for my boss for PV’s (personal vaporizers).. Imagine e-cigs that look like mini light sabers and you get the idea.. They’re constructed from a solid piece of 6”x4”x2” mahogany, split down the middle and then 1 1/4” holes hogged down through the sides (to hold the PV). Then...
|11-08-2011 06:39 PM||
Holy Band Saw Boxes Batman! - 14 replies
Anyone know what the deal is with all the band saw boxes being posted? Looks like maybe a shop class in Nebraska?
|10-30-2011 10:14 PM||
Ran across this the other day in the local Craigslist:http://rochester.craigslist.org/tls/2673846393.html The same seller also has a 24” scroll saw and a 24” planer.. Yikes!
|10-18-2011 03:43 PM||
"Free or Equal", A look back at Milton Friedman - 7 replies
I don’t know if anyone has seen the special that was on PBS last night, “Free or Equal”, but it seems especially appropriate in light of the OWS movements that have been going on around the world. Last night was really the first time that I’ve heard more than anecdotes about the man or his name mentioned alongside people ...
|10-07-2011 05:17 AM||
Wood ID - 16 replies
I hate to be “that guy”, but I have some wood and I can’t ID it for the life of me. I’ll start with the first two pics. I got both of these pieces (and similar ones, as well as boxes of 12/4 mahogany cutoffs) from the same garage. A man was selling off his father’s old stuff. I’m guessing they’re a ro...
|10-04-2011 05:53 PM||
www vs non-www problems - 3 replies
Just a heads up—if you go to http://www.lumberjocks.com, all the relative links to imgs, stylesheets, js, etc are broken. http://lumberjocks.com works fine tho