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08-20-2016 12:16 PM

Milwaukee Fuel 2731 Circ Saw 7-1/4" Killing Batteries - 6 replies

Hello Fellow Lumberjocks, I have a one year old Milwaukee Fuel 7-1/4” Circular Saw (2731-21) and I’ve experienced a second battery failure. Here’s how it manifests itself: I occasionally use the tool to make a rough cuts, clean and store it away for a few weeks before I need it again. Before packing it away the battery is...

10-29-2015 08:12 PM

A Few Vintage Tools - 4 replies

I recently cleaned out my father’s basement and came across a few gems to add to my toolbox: 1. Miller Falls Eggbeater Hand Drill (possibly 2B or 2D model 1922) 2. Stanley No. 78 8IN Bit Brace 3. Rapier 10 (Gateshead England) Sliding Bevel Gauge. Looks exactly like the Stanley No. 18 4. 16oz Claw Hammer (No Markings) I als...

10-13-2015 04:53 PM

Help Identifying Eggbeater Hand Drill - 2 replies

Hello fellow woodworkers, I recently acquired an eggbeater hand drill and would like your help identifying it. I think it could be a 1922 Miller Falls 2B or a 2D (Based on this site http://oldtoolheaven.com/hand_drills/drill2.htm). I have not found any markings on it thus far. It is missing its side handle, but I believe everything else is th...

06-19-2015 01:32 PM

HELP Adjoining Long Grain Surfaces - 8 replies

Hello LumberJocks Community, I am creating Mahogany feet for a Cheval Mirror I’m making. The feet must support 38” legs that are adjoined to the top part of the foot using double mortice and tenon. My question is, how do you recommend adjoining the upper portion with the mortices to the lower part of the foot. The upper part will ...


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