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464 days ago

Woodworking Books For Sale - 4 replies

Trying to make room in my shop and decided to part with some of the books in my library. I bought most of these books new, so they’re in good condition. Add $3 dollars to all prices for USPS Media Mail. The more you buy the cheaper the postage will be. PayPal only. Thanks for looking. Handcrafted Doors and Windows [Hardcover] SOLDA...

467 days ago

Mission Drawer Pulls F/S - 5 replies

I have some Mission style hardware from Lee Valley that I’m not going to be using. They are like the ones on this page,49938 Most are still in the packaging. I have 8 of the “F” and 2 of the “A”. I’m asking $10 for the lot, plus flat rate sh...

719 days ago

FS Stanley No 12 Scraper Plane - 0 replies


789 days ago

F/S Japanese Joinery/Handbook for Joiners and Carpenters - 4 replies


814 days ago

Veritas Side Rabbet Plane - 9 replies

I’ve looked through all of the plane reviews, but couldn’t find any info on this plane, although I’ve seen a couple for sale.,230,41182,48945&p=60012 Can any one that has one, post a review or just let me know how you like this plane. Thanks for the info in advance.

863 days ago

Magna Set Jointer Knife Setting Gauge For Sale - 0 replies


1169 days ago

WTB Delta UniFence 50" Rail, 32" For Sale - 16 replies

Looking for someone that has a 50” rail for the Delta Unifence system, they would like to get rid of at a reasonable price. I have the 32” that I’m looking to up grade. Thanks.

1502 days ago

Stanley Specialty Planes For Sale AGAIN - 6 replies


1756 days ago

Be careful what you wish for - 5 replies

A man walks into a restaurant with a full-grown ostrich behind him. The waitress asks them for their orders.The man says, ‘A hamburger, fries and a coke,’ and turns to the ostrich, ‘What’s yours?’‘I’ll have the same,’ says the ostrich.A short time later the waitress returns with the order ‘Th...

1850 days ago

Delta Drum Sander For Sale - 1 reply


2027 days ago

New Stanley Planes - 10 replies

There has been much discussion on the price and availability of hand planes lately. I got the Garrett Wade Tool catalog today and noticed that you can get the new, Stanley, made in England, hand planes, cheaper than some of the worn out American ones, that are on Ebay. I have one of the new low angle planes, and just like most of the old plan...

2102 days ago

Surfacing Wide Boards on a Narrow Jointer - 5 replies

Recently, one of my fellow Texans accused us Americans of being whiners. Well, hopefully after you learn this procedure, you will have one less thing to whine about. Namely, “I can’t surface wide boards because I only have a 6” jointer.” I didn’t come up with this technique, it’s been handed down from the craftsmen of the past. About 50 year...

2104 days ago

Tenons on Dowels with jointer - 13 replies

I have a side line of repairing and re-caning chairs. Occasionally I have to replace broken rungs on the these chairs. I normally will use a dowel of the correct size and species and I use my jointer to cut the tenon on the dowels. I thought I would share this method for those folks that repair or build chairs and would like a quick, easy met...

2217 days ago

50 Cent Fix - 10 replies

I have seen several post from people asking about saw blades binding and splitters, etc. I’ve also looked at a lot of the work shops that everyone has posted on their page. The majority of table saws that I see don’t have any kind of blade guard on them. I’m guilty myself. I also have one thumb that’s a little thinner ...

2226 days ago

In Search of Olive wood - 14 replies

Has anyone out there run across a supplier of Olive wood. I need actual small planks. 1/2” – 3/4”Tt x 3”W x 24” L approximately. The only thing I’ve found on the web is pen blanks, and they’re not large enough for the project that I have. Thanks.

2228 days ago

Luthier Style Spring Clamps - 5 replies

Some of you may have never seen this clamping technique. It’s used a lot by luthiers. It comes in real handy when you’re trying to clamp on the inside face of a piece and there’s no place to place a clamp or the reach is to far. You make these out of thin strips of wood. These happen to be 7/8” wide x 3/16” thick...

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