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10-09-2017 02:45 AM

Advice on selling tools - 14 replies

Hopefully this is an OK place for this post, but I am looking for advice on a good way to sell my prior table saw and jointer. After I got my SawStop and 8” jointer for my new shop, I was going to give the old tools (which are in perfectly good shape) to a friend, but they have shown no interest in taking them after two years, so it is ti...

03-05-2017 08:48 PM

Indiana - trees for milling - 0 replies

Hi there, Not sure if this is the right forum for this post – if not, please let me know. I have two large trees on my property that need to come down. One is a walnut tree about 30’ tall or so – it is dying and near the city street, so the city wants it to come down. I’m guessing there could be some decent lumber...

03-05-2017 08:45 PM

Indiana - trees for milling - 3 replies

Hi there, Not sure if this is the right forum for this post – if not, please let me know. I have two large trees on my property that need to come down. One is a walnut tree about 30’ tall or so – it is dying and near the city street, so the city wants it to come down. I’m guessing there could be some decent lumber...

11-27-2016 08:10 PM

HELP with jointer set up, please! - 11 replies

Hoping someone can help/advise me here. I have a Grizzly G0656 8” jointer (review previously posted on here). Had it for a couple years now and it has worked nicely. About halfway through milling the quartersawn oak for my latest project, I noticed that the boards were not flattening and they were becoming wedges (I had already milled p...

01-12-2015 03:40 AM

Storing lots of reclaimed lumber - ideas? - 3 replies

Hi there – new to the forum but not to woodworking. Thanks for allowing me to join. I recently bought some property that had an old barn, built circa 1850. My wife and I wanted to save it, and we found an excellent crew of Amish carpenters that knew what to do. They jacked it up and poured a proper foundation, saved the timber frame, pu...


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