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OT? - Window Shopping

August 18, 2018, 1:28 pm

This would be a fun and interesting estate sale to walk through. https://www.estatesales.net/NC/Greensboro/27406/1975758 Sonny Read more »

turning legs with a router

August 16, 2018, 7:20 pm

Has anyone ever turned large (dining table...)legs using a router and a jig? How did they turn out? I'm going to biuld a table for my son and his wife and don't have a lathe. Read more »

Tufted Wall Panels

August 14, 2018, 1:28 am

They were made & upholstered the way bed head boards are made/upholstered. The second panel/pic was taken through a large window pane, so the image is not as sharp as the other two. Not much ... Read more »

Indutrial sewing machine CL

August 12, 2018, 9:02 pm

So it would move most of y'all out of your shop if your SO wanted it. https://carbondale.craigslist.org/for/d/large-industrial-sewing/6667202679.html Read more »

Recomendations for an Inexpesive Sand Blasting System ???

August 12, 2018, 3:43 am

This will be a fairly sporadic, light duty service. I will mainly be doing smallish metal parts that have been neglected over the years. Many things can be handled with a wire brush and some swe... Read more »

OT: Electrical Fires and CO Detectors

August 8, 2018, 3:46 am

This is way OT, but you guys are smart so I'm asking here: A friend of mine is renting a house. Last weekend she texted me that the CO detector on the first floor had gone off. If I recall correct... Read more »

Outside Table Finish

August 4, 2018, 9:29 pm

I put a new top [pink wood or what is now called redwood] on an outside table. It is now starting to check. I wood like to put some type of finish on it that would not be too oily. Any suggestio... Read more »

Tea Table Leg Work

August 3, 2018, 7:24 pm

Got the legs fitting into their 3/8 recesses, into the table top's bottom side. I'll also dowel them in place, when I get the dowel alignment done.. .. probably later today. I'd like to install ... Read more »

Latest Project On My Own Home

August 2, 2018, 11:31 pm

There's nothing better than sitting outside on a beautiful evening and watching the wildlife, having a couple beers, listening to some yacht rock, or just watching a summer rain storm as you sit ... Read more »

Breadboard ends and router issues

July 29, 2018, 4:00 pm

I've lost all confidence in my PC 892 router and a 8901 fixed base permanently attached to my tablesaw insert. The router slips down after it's locked and in use. I've ruined 2 sets of bread boar... Read more »

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King-Seeley Drill Press Chuck Removal

rating: 5

I want to replace the chuck on a King-Seeley (Craftsman) drill press and am not sure how to go about it. This is the best set of pictures I can find on the unit - http://www.owwm.com/PhotoIndex/detai... Read more »

Review: Ryobi EMS1830SCL 12" Slide Compound Mitre Saw - www.onlinetool...

rating: 5

We have just published a review of Ryobi's newest Pro Series 12 Sliding Compund Mitre Saw for those interested in having a read. Note that this saw is not yet available in the USA/Canada however. www... Read more »

Harbor Freight Oscillating Tool

rating: 5

I have read numerous posts here and elsewhere about this tool. It is a much cheaper version of the tool offered by others but seemed to do quite well in real world situations. I have thought ab... Read more »

Rockler HVLP Sprayer

rating: 5

Not trying to produce spam or bacon here, but I know that some of you guys have been asking about clearcloats (Shellac, e.g.,) & tip size. I just re ceived this in my email today, maybe you did ... Read more »

damaged drop down attic stairs

rating: 5

My uncle has wooden drop down attic stairs installed in his home. Unfortunately, the rivet holding the ladder at the top has broken. These stairs are about 30 years old, brand unknown. Would it be ... Read more »

Phenolic or Aluminum for router plate?

rating: 5

I made my last Plexiglass router plate yesterday... So now I need to buy a router plate, but what to get? When I was at Rockler last week I checked out the router lift they had on display for my 690... Read more »

Shoji lamp plans?

rating: 5

I'd like to build a shoji-style table lamp, and I'm loking for pointers on construction (magazine article, website, etc). I know the basics, but would like help in the interior part. Thanks, Andy ... Read more »

securing plexiglass to wood

rating: 5

thinking that some nylon washers would be best but they are not clear maybe there is a better way to attach plexiglass to wood the plexiglass only has to span a couple of inches maybe i will just ... Read more »

Suggestions for best school for spray finishing

rating: 5
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I'm looking for classes in spray finishing. Basically I would like to learn to set up the gun and proper techniques to spray. Troubleshooting problems would be nice too. The ideal class would have ... Read more »

purpose of bandsaw table pin?

rating: 5

what is the purpose of the pin in the side of the bandsaw table? Also, any sources for zero clearance inserts for 16 jet? -- If you are arrogant, who's going to care if you're the best? Read more »

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