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Temporary What is it?


July 24, 2014, 11:46 am

While Rob H is taking a sabbatical from his What is it? site, thought I would post a couple of my own rejected submissions. Did not initially plan to soliciting these from others. However if this i... Read more »

For you Domino guys


July 24, 2014, 10:07 am

Woodpeckers is making a set of shims to enable varied mortise depths for your Domino: https://www.woodpeck.com/dominodepthsleeves.html Read more »

metal is expensive


July 20, 2014, 2:01 pm

and design is difficult. but the free boards fit the shelf space exactly without cutting them Read more »

Less wood used in Multi million dollar homes.


July 20, 2014, 10:22 am

Soooo.. Billy Bob? Would you pay nearly $4 million for a fancy schmancey TRIPLE WIDE? Apparently the California types would. https://homes.yahoo.com/blogs/spaces/luxurious-malibu-triple-wide-li... Read more »

tools for a Delta 34-444 table saw


July 18, 2014, 7:20 pm

I recently purchased a Delta 34-444 table saw, but the seller didn't have the wrenches to change blades. One is an open end and one is a box end. I've found very few sources for the box end and the... Read more »

RE: O/T: Something Is Screwed Up


July 17, 2014, 5:04 pm

Tried to sign on this morning, but no luck. Tried a cold reboots but no luck. Scratched my head thinking what next coach? Then it hit me. Did a cold boot of the modem. MAGIC! I'm back on line. ... Read more »

Cost effective construction


July 17, 2014, 4:50 pm

All engineering types know that a foundation pile is the backbone that a building is built upon and that an adequate pile driver is necessary for the foundation to be top rate. Be sure your speake... Read more »

Table Saw, Plus


July 17, 2014, 8:10 am

Though I don't need another saw, at my shop, here's one I'm thinking of get ting for the farm shop. Looks like a good deal, if all is well with it. http://lafayette.craigslist.org/tls/4565731874.h... Read more »

Franklin ProSensor 710 Precision Stud Finder


July 17, 2014, 6:10 am

Having used it on two jobs since purchase a month ago, it has exceeded my expectations on drywall covered walls. Initially pricey at $50, the ability to locate and mark the center of studs on a cab... Read more »

What is it? Set 554

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July 17, 2014, 4:19 am

I need some help with 3236 and 3237 in this set: http://55tools.blogspot.com/ Larger images: http://imgur.com/gallery/NhBjx/new Rob Read more »

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Grizzly Combo Disc / Spindle Sander Experience?


Anyone with experience with the Grizzly G0529 Disc and Spindle Sander? http://www.grizzly.com/products/G0529 I've been looking for a disc sander and was ready to buy the Jet JDS-12B 12 disc only an... Read more »

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Bench Finish?


I picked up a small folding wooden bench a few years back at a local antique flea market. It was made new, not old wood. It has been ideal to put outside on the covered patio and put away in the wi... Read more »

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a varnish question


the question: if I make a wiping varnish from gloss spar by thinning it with turps will it dry glossy and how long will it take to dry? the situation is this: I built and am installing a french door ... Read more »

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Roller Bearing Problem


I just noticed today that one of my roller bearings on my BS is frozen (bottom). I managed to free it, but it spins with a gritty feel to it. Can I soak this thing in oil or are they so sealed that... Read more »

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Where can I gat a patio umbrella tilt joint?


We have a non-tilting umbrella on our deck and it seems like a simple task to add the tilt joint and make SWMBO happy. I did a google search and came up with nothing. Anybody know where I can find t... Read more »

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DL Skateboards


I screwed up and posted this accidently in alt picture newsgroup. I would appreciate it if folks responded to this post here. Sorry about that. I read a couple stories about this couple. They st... Read more »

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Wacky furniture


Browsing custom made furniture for inspiration and came across these pieces. These have to be some of the most unusual pieces I have seen to date: http://www.delcoverwoodworking.com/for_sale.htm -- ... Read more »

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Kerosene Heater in the Garage

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My garage is not airtight, and now that the weather has dropped, it's too cold to woodwork without heat. I'm looking at a kerosene heater. I don't think ventilation is a problem since I can feel a li... Read more »

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Fine Woods of Houston


This has been a local treasure for Houston area woodworkers since the mid 80's. I went by there the other day and it was shut down. Apparently, the owner, Charlie Burford, has gone out of the wood... Read more »

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Shoe Rack -- A simple design - Golden Ratio


Shoe Shelf or Shoe rack (Take your pick) SWMBO wanted a shelf to store shoes - so I made her one. It uses four=20 pieces of wood. It's on this page. http://woodwork.pmccl.com/Business/productsbusines... Read more »