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07-08-2013 05:37 PM

Mill-Route - 4 replies

I have a Mill-Route carving system and do not have the manual. If anyone has one that can scan a copy please PM me. I also have the manual for the reducer and can scan it and send it to you so that you can fabricate one (doesn’t look to hard to do). Have a great WW day. Mike

08-02-2012 07:08 AM

packing up shop - 8 replies

I am in the military and have realized the wooqdworking doesn’t fit right now. I have a lot of handtools and powertools. Unfortunately I am stationed in Hawaii right know so factor in shipping when looking at the following pictures of tools.

03-31-2012 09:53 PM

Maloof Rocker BF Needed - 5 replies

Hello friends, Can anyone tell me the board foot required to build a Maloof rocker? To include the waste and mess up parts. Also what free information is out there on how to build one. I get that there are a couple sources to buy dvds and such. However I think woodworking is about sharing skill sets not capitalizing on them. (Just my humble o...

01-06-2012 06:38 AM

Stanley #4 Body - 5 replies

Doe’s anyone have a Stanley #4 body that I can purchase or trade for? If you have a #4 PM me and we can work our the details. God bless friends.

08-24-2011 04:38 AM

Craftsman 3 in 1 Rotary Bench - 2 replies

Hello friends, I acquired a discontinued Craftsman 3 in 1 Rotary Bench and need the manual for it. I was able to go on sears and pull one up that they have for sale for 3.95, but for shipping it to Hawaiii was 18.00!!!!!! Give me a break sears!!!!! Anyway does anyone a manual for the Craftsman 3 in 1 Rotary Bench Model# 706655110. Thanks for ...

06-28-2011 01:12 PM

Evapo Rust Hawaii - 6 replies

Quick question friends. Does anyone know where to pick up Evaporust in Honolulu Hawaii?

04-09-2011 01:11 PM

Maybe I am just getting older...(time is money) - 12 replies

Well I was enjoying the morning relaxing in bed I was looking at one of the old ShopNotes magazines (issue 88) and thought it would be nice to build the brass shoulder plane that they have instructions for. So I pulled up the recommended materials to make the shoulder-plane and came up with a grand total of $186.22 after shipping. Then I thought...

07-09-2010 07:39 PM

Deployment Tool Purchase - 11 replies

Hello friends, I originally started out asking the question which would you buy, Hock blades for refurbed Baileys or WoodRiver handplanes. Here is the original thread After reading all of the good advice i decided to go with the Hock Blades and use the stock chippers. Then my wife told me while i was on ...

04-29-2010 09:31 PM

LeeValley Or WoodCraft? - 18 replies

Ok friends I know its trivial but I am going to buy the blades for the hand planes and I was wondering which company is better? I can buy the same product from both of them for almost the same price. One being a couple dollars more for shipping. Things I am wondering. 1. Does one have better customer service than the other? (I am stationed i...

04-19-2010 09:38 PM

Hock Blades+Chip Or WoorRivers - 10 replies

Hello friends, I was thinking of a purchase coming up and i wanted your thoughts. I have a Stanley collection of bench planes 3,4,5,6,7. (some need new totes and knobs, I have some nice cherry from a friend to replace them) some of them are refurbished with original blades and chip-breakers. I may have enough money to get Hock blades and chip...

03-28-2010 05:15 PM

WTB Stanley Transition Planes - 1 reply

Hello friends! I am looking at putting together a set of Stanley Transition planes. I am going to replace the wood to complete a matching set, if anyone has some that want to sell for a good price please PM me. Currently I am in Iraq but we can work through PayPal and have the planes shipped to my home station in Germany. Thanks again. Mike

03-27-2010 12:54 AM

Calling All LumberJocks!!!! - 10 replies

For starters I am in Iraq and have a little time on my hands from time to time. I have windows 7 on my laptop and like the features of how to customize it. BLUF I am making a custom theme that is “Woodworking” inspired. Windows 7 has some cool features with themes, like scrolling backgrounds and so forth. Basically I am looking for u...

07-08-2009 06:58 PM

Veritas Twin-Screw Vice Part's - 7 replies

Hello friends, Well I am almost done with my bench. I installed the Twin-Screw Vice and everything was going awesome on the instillation. But when it was time to put the chain on I realized that I was missing a part for the chain, I am missing the “Full-Link” to be able to connect the chain. I rigged up a temporary solution with s...

02-01-2009 09:26 PM

Sapele & Spalted Poplar tool chest. - 5 replies

Hello friends, Its been a while since I have posted here on LJ, I have been in transit to my new duty assignement in Germany with school before that. I have finally found myself back in a shop and working on a project that I have wanted to do for a while. Here it is.! .the front, back and top frame is made of spalted poplar, the sides, th...

09-10-2008 03:32 PM

Cross carving - 2 replies

I am trying to find a project that was posted here of a carved cross. The cross had a scarf that draped around it that was chip carved. It was such a wonderful job I wanted to look at it again. Thanks for the help.

04-09-2008 07:36 PM

David Marks Multi-Router Knock-off - 2 replies

Sorry didnt know how else to title this one. I was wondering if anyone has seen any plans on making something similar to the Multi-Router on the show. Thanks for the help friends.

03-02-2008 05:38 AM

Lumber Jocks in Augusta GA? - 12 replies

Hello friends, I am at Ft. Gordon (Augusta GA) going to school for almost five more months. My family and I are going to be going back to Germany from Ft. Bragg this summer. I am working on a fold down bench of my design so that i will be able to continue my woodworking while stationed over seas. Being here at school I have no woodworking shop...

02-22-2008 03:18 AM

Making a hand plane - 6 replies

Hello friends, This is my first post after I have lurked for about a year ( I know I know its a long time, you can stone me later!) I have been in woodworking since 1996. I did however join the Army in 99 so my shop location to set up shop and work “The Wood” has been sparatic at times. Now to get to my point, I have been studyin...

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