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03-21-2014 08:09 PM

search is down - 3 replies

Not sure this is where this needs to be posted but if not, please forward to the appropriate person. When trying to use the “Search Lumberjocks.com” box onthe upper right side of the page, it returns the following error from Google.com “404. That’s an error. The requested URL /cse?cx=016283335483199634424%3A4na88symhay...

12-13-2013 07:03 PM

Torn between Grizzly g0715p and Steel City 35950G - 9 replies

Steel City 35950G (granite tops) 1.75hp Riving Knife Can pickup with a 65 mile drive Cabinet mounted trunions Grizzly G0751p Tons of favorable reviews 2 hp $100 cheaper Riving knife Table mounted trunions 3-5 business day wait for shipping Any input and or advise would appreciated.

12-09-2013 10:18 PM

Woodshop Disaster Today. - 119 replies

Having just finished clamping up some hard maple and purple 4/4 into 8/4 blanks, it was time to go run errands.Went to start my truck to warm it up. Did the same thing I’ve done hundreds of times. Opened door, stood on right foot, left leg pushing clutch in, turned key. We live in flat land so I leave it in gear (manual f150). However, it ...

11-25-2013 09:27 PM

HF Dust Collector - 4 replies

No pictures. Just me saying wow. Just used my new HF dust collector with tablesaw and MDF. Holy cow. What a difference. Of course I covered the back of the Jet Contractor saw which certainly improved the dust collection. I’m really impressed as to how little dust was left on the table saw! Impressive. (It is understood that those who ha...

10-02-2013 01:56 AM

My Turn for a Craigslist find - 6 replies

Asking $300. $240 out the door. May not be an all time cheapest find by any means but it is making a GREAT birthday present. Used but it seems just barely. No snipe that I can tell. MUCH better than my beat up old delta that really needs restored. Repeat A Cut was within 1/64th of an inch for the 3/4 Red Oak I milled up today. WooHOO. ...

10-10-2011 06:31 AM

Kids - 21 replies

My little one is itching to “Help Dad” in the shop. New territory for me. Looking for examples of what others allow young ones (6 years old) to do in your shops? I don’t want to regulate her to broom duty. She is already excited to be drilling pocket holes but I’m not sure what else to let her do. At this point, there...

10-09-2011 10:39 AM

Uploading photos for posts - 6 replies

Just an informational item. If I take a photo on my iphone, upload it to dropbox and then embed the image onto a post, via dropbox, the image is rotated 90 degrees and cropped. Example 1: However, if I take the same photo on my iphone, upload it to photobucket then embed the image onto a post via photobucket, the image is cropped but no...

10-02-2011 11:26 PM

Oldham Woodworking Wizard Mitre Box Saw? Should it be used in my tablesaw? - 2 replies

I don’t know if this blade would be useful or even safe in my table saw. I can’t seem to find any information about it online. It was provided when I purchased the 10” Jet Contractor saw along with several circular saw blades. Any information would be appreciated. Sorry for the rotated image. Not sure how to fix that and I am l...


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