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01-05-2014 07:41 PM

Liegh D4R Intrested? - 1 reply

I have used it only once…any dust is free.I’m not in a tough spot and don’t need to sell it but it just sits and I though maybe someone else would be interested in it.$375.00 Firm. After shipping new it is over $700.00Pm if interested.Paypal only.

01-17-2011 01:06 PM

How about a bit of feed back LJ's - 3 replies

I am always sending a friend or a new aquaintance to LJ’s to either look at my project or at another members project. It would be nice to have a way to either add thier email or click on buddy list and add a buddy to a link that emails them of the posted project.I dont mind thumbing through the projects but at the rate they are being post...

10-16-2010 06:05 PM

Are you a true LJ? - 26 replies

After seeing these pictures I just had to ask the question.Are you a true LJ when you repurpose a wooden window for your car. Or are you a true LJ when you build your own spoiler for your trunk lid?Feel free to answer my question.

01-20-2010 06:54 PM

From past to present - 4 replies

I had a thought and wondered what other LJ’s projects looked like when they first started wood working or was away from wood working for a long period of time. What did your projects look like when finished and was you really pleased with the finished project?I found a box I had made for my wood burning tool and tips. Upon inspection of th...

10-27-2009 05:03 AM

Question about the WoodMaster/Planer/Molder - 1 reply

I have the chance to pick up a WoodMaster W612 made in the 80’s. It looks like it is in great shape, has lots of attachments and alot of cutters to go with it. Also a sanding drum attachment. Is this a machine that is worth messing with or somthing I should pass on.The price is right but is it worth taking up precious space in the shop?All...

03-08-2009 04:49 AM

What to do when I cannot be an LJ - 40 replies

I have had the unpleasant experience of a 4way by pass heart surgery at the young age of 44.Last week I thought I had a bit of acid reflux, I went to the emergency and was informed it was a major heart attack.I couldnt believe it, being a guy that watches his diet, am not a drug user or drinker. I did smoke a bit but the doc said it was a heridi...

02-06-2009 06:52 PM

Sharpening Question - 4 replies

I need to know what grit of grinding stone for my bench grinder is best for sharpening lathe tools.Any info would be appreciated.Thank you,Jim

01-28-2009 09:07 PM

Lathe pro's and con's - 17 replies

I have been looking into getting a mini lathe. The jet seems to be my best and favorite choice, I like Jet tools.But I have looked at the grizzly and then for some ungodly reason I looked at Harbor freight and they look identical except for the name and a slight color difference….I know how HF’s tools are they pretty much suck!Does G...

01-28-2009 02:46 AM

Multi Master ? - 9 replies

I was wondering if any of the LJ’s here have used the Fein Multi Masterhttps://www.4multimaster.com/vcc/feinpowertools/multimaster/586576/I have been thinking of purchasing one of these as it looks like it would be an asset to my work/job.But then today I seen that Dremel also makes one but 1/4 of the price, any feed back would be apprecia...

01-02-2009 05:15 AM

Am I just being to picky? - 17 replies

I have a Jet cabinet type table saw with the cast iron table. I try my best to keep my tools in perfect running order and look ….well a bit used but in very nice shape.I had a friend over and i didnt notice he had set his drink on the saw top, with it having a cast top it left an unsightly ring of rust. I have tried and tried to remove the...

10-26-2008 03:29 AM

Saw Is Now Disasembled and no longer available....thanks Blake! - 2 replies

Thank you,Jim

05-13-2008 03:58 PM

The book all woodworkers should have in thier shop! - 3 replies

After becoming ill from a fungus in some wood I was milling, my bride had the wisdom to purchas a book that gives almost all of the woods I have worked with or hope to work with sometime.This book shows pics of the wood type, where it is from and the possible health risk involved with certain woods.I found this book to be very useful and thought...

04-04-2008 03:15 PM

Staining Issues! - 7 replies

Hi LJ’s I was wondering can anybody help with a concern I have about staining maple doors for some cabinets I am currently refinishing.When I first looked at the kitchen cabinets I thought the face frames were made of maple, turns out they are made from White Oak and the doors are now completely finished in maple.So my question is, Is t...


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