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Location: St Augustine Florida
I'm Originally from Massachusetts. I took woodworking at Norwood High School back in the 60's and soon after I learned how to use the tool's I wanted to just stay in the shop and skip all the other classes. They wouldn't let me LOL! I've tried my hand at many woodworking projects, cabinets making to gazebos to building a bedroom set. Check out my projects page here on Lumberjocks.
I love saying "I built it myself" and I like the savings even more!
I have a Ridgid table saw, 13" Ridgid thickness planer , Hitachi 8 1/4" chop saw, Delta 9" band saw, Grizzly 14" band saw, Delta 6" jointer planer, Delta drill press , Triton 2 1/4 HP router, 2 Craftsman 1/4 " routers, 1 Porter Cable 2 1/4 HP router, 1 Ridgid 1 HP router. I built a Horizontal Mortise slot machine using woodgears.ca plans. I have many other hand tool. My garage is my work shop and it's way to small but I mangage to get things done.
I built two Gazebos back in 1988 when we lived in Franklin Massachusetts. The gazebo's turned out really nice! I just wish I could of taken ours with us when we move. We now live in St Augustine Florida. The weater is so nice and I get more nice days to work in the shop now.
-- Tony C St Augustine FL, My high school shop teacher said "You can do it"... Now I can't stop!
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4 years ago I built a deck out back. I had to pre-drill a few holes to keep the end of the boards from cracking when I put the screws to them. While drilling the holes using a counter sink bit I broke the drill bit in one of the boards, I just lef...
I was putting a finish on a headboard I was working on and just out of the blue I thought what if I rubbed some Salad bowl finish (bees wax and mineral oil) on some raw sanded pine and then let it dry and spray it with lacquer. My common sense tol...
A Hypodermic Needle is the best tool to apply glue between a chip, crack, under veneer or in a joint. A funny thing happened when I was cleaning the diluted glue out of the tube and needle. I was out in the yard using my garden hose to squirt wate...