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|210 days ago||
Does anyone have tips on wood dyes? - 22 replies
I cut out word art signs on my scroll saw and and I want to finish some with different colors red, green , blue etc. I was wondering if anyone has experience with wood dyes and where can I purchase them? Thanks, Vinnie
|219 days ago||
Will This Remote Switch Be Ok For Shop Vac? - 10 replies
I just purchased this remote switch for my Shop Vac. The shop Vac is 120 v, 10.5 A. The switch is 125v, 13A
|219 days ago||
Sharing The Dust Collector? - 2 replies
Hello everyone, I know this is probably an easy fix . I just recently hooked up a dust collector in my shop. I have two scroll saws and I can power up the dust collector from one foot switch. How can I power it up to the other foot switch without having to unplug it from one foot switch to the other? Is there a special cord or switch I need t...
|222 days ago||
|225 days ago||
New DeWalt 788 Rattling Noise ...normal or not? - 15 replies
I just got a new DW788 and and my saw has a rattling sound sometimes at low speeds and high speed. After I cut something it will stop.As soon as I adjust the speed up or down it will start again. It sounds like it’s coming from the back. Should I send it back or is this normal with the new DW788? Vinnie
|228 days ago||
How do I fix the hole that’s stripped on my Dewalt 788 lower arm with cover? Should I use a self tapping screw? Please help, thanks, Vinnie
|972 days ago||
I use mainly a DeWalt Scroll saw and a flap sander in my basement shop. I have a small area to work 18’x 10’I have been using a box fan with a furnace filter attached , setup next to my scroll saw with my shop vac attached under the scroll saw to suck up dust when it’s cutting.I was thinking on getting the Vortex dust collector...
|1375 days ago||
Matching color of aged pine moldings - 2 replies
Hello, I am looking for help on matching the color of woodwork. I am replacing a six panel solid pine door(new) in my bathroom plus new moldings. I need to match with a stain or a poly that will come close to match my aged pine moldings inside and outside my bathroom. I was thinking on using amber shellac and then maybe a coat of poly. The aged ...
|1446 days ago||
Hello, I make a lot of my projects out of red oak and I want to use a oil finish that does not dry up. I have used lemon oil and mineral oil. Both of these oils dry up in a few months to the point that my projects almost look white. When I redo them with mineral oil I get the same results after a few months.The project that I make are 3D and t...
|1477 days ago||
Oak Table Sign Trivets - 2 replies
Hello, I make oak table sign trivets and I was wondering if maybe some of you can give me ideas. If I was to make one for you, what would you want it to say? Thanks, Vinnie http://www.etsy.com/listing/52719120/best-friend-forever-table-sign-wood!
|1807 days ago||
Hello, I am replacing some of the tongue and groove pine boards on my ceiling. They are finished with satin poly.The ceiling was installed in 1986. I need to match the color with the rest of the boards. What can I use to come close to the color?I need to replace two rows at one end on my ceiling in my family room. Can someone help? Thank you...
|1841 days ago||
Hi, I am looking for a manual for a 10” Craftsman compound miter saw, model# 113234630. How can I find one?Please help, thank you Vinnie
|2013 days ago||
Stack cutting 1/4" oak plywood - 2 replies
I have been stack cutting (fretwork inside cutting) five pieces 1/4” oak plywood with my scroll saw for ornaments and other home deco projects. The problem that I have been having started when the plywood that I buy now has a hard core layer in the middle of the plywood. My scroll blades dull faster and I am getting burning marks . Can som...