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06-09-2020 11:59 PM

FS: Timberwolf Bandsaw Blades - 0 replies

For Sale – New Timberwolf Bandsaw blades1/4×10RK .025Length 70 1/2 ” Qty 2$30 plus shippingMordi

05-08-2020 08:21 PM

FS: New Carter Stabilizer Model: RIK 1 - 0 replies

Brand New in the Box Carter Stabilizer. Never Used.Stabilize your narrow band saw blades for maximum when control when cutting curved surfaces.For blades 1/4” or smallerFor use with Rikon 10” and 14” Craftsman 10” 21400Craftsman 14” 22401$60 plus shippingMordi

01-15-2018 07:58 PM

Router Table - Direction of Feed - 3 replies

Rather than making stop cuts for the grooves for the bottom of a dovetail box, I was thinking of cutting the dovetails, assembling the box and clamping all around to hold it together. Then, using a slot cutter to cut grooves on the inside of the box. I would place the box over the slot cutter, with the side of the box against the top most portio...

11-14-2016 01:44 AM

Post Office Box Bank - 2 replies

Hi Folks, By chance, does anyone have a copy of Woodcraft Magazine Dec/Jan 2005 Vol 1 No 1? (FYI – this was the first issue of the magazine). There is a article on pages 17-22 by A.J. Hamler on “Building a Post Office Box Bank” that I would love to have, as I would like to make that bank for my lovely wife for a Christmas pr...

04-16-2016 03:21 AM

Hanger for Flexible Shaft Motor Tool - 4 replies

I have a HF flexible shaft grinder tool and would like to rig up some sort of hanging device to hang the motor a few feet above my bench. I know that Foredom sells motor hangers but I thought I could make one myself. Anybody have a setup that they like? Thanks,Mordi

03-15-2016 08:00 PM

Digital Readout - Supermax 19-38 Drum Sander - 4 replies

The digital readout option for this sander is made by Wixey (PN 71938-DRO) and costs $106. I see that Wixey also sells a Digital Planner Thickness Readout (WR 510 Tyoe 2) for $57. Both of these come with mounting hardware. Just wondering what the differences are and if anyone has installed the less expensive option, and if so, how it is worki...

03-02-2016 05:52 PM

Large size table top on a benchtop spindle sander? - 3 replies

I have a jet bench top spindle sander and was thinking it would sure be convenient for certain projects to have a larger size table top for the sander. Just wondering if anyone has done this sort of modification? Something that perhaps you could mount around the existing table top when needed and remove it when not needed… Thanks,Mordi

01-07-2016 12:43 AM

Incra Wonder Fence on a Bench Dog ProMaxRT Cast Iron Table - 1 reply

Just wondering if anyone has successfully mounted an Incra Router Fence on the Bench Dog ProMaxRT Cast Iron Table Top? From what I have read, the brackets that come with the fence will only accomodate router table tops that are up to 1 3/8” thick and the Bench Dog Cast Iron Table is 1 1/2” thick – so some sort of modificatio...

02-14-2015 02:14 AM

Tension Adjustment - Dewalt 788 - 9 replies

I can’t seem to get enough tension on the blade on my Dewalt 788. Is there a simple way to adjust the tension? I see an allen screw in the upper blade holder. Does that have something to do with the blade adjustment? Wondering if the screw backed out a little over time from tightening and loosening? And, if I turned the screw, would I ...

01-29-2015 02:13 AM

Tabletop for Dewalt Scrollsaw - 0 replies


01-21-2015 11:43 PM

Recommendation for Beginning Marquetry Book - 1 reply

Can someone recommend a good beginners book on Marquetry? A how to book with lots of pictures and step by step instructions. What about the books by Craig Stevens? Thanks,Mordi

01-17-2015 02:11 AM

WB - Two Cheeries Bevel Edge Chisel - 40mm - 1 reply

Looking to purchase a Two Cheeries Bevel Edge Chisel – 40mm in excellent condition. Anyone have one they would like to sell? Thanks,Mordi

01-17-2015 12:04 AM

Need to cut and bevel a piece of brass - 7 replies

I need to make a bevel on the edge of a 1/8” inch thick x 2” wide piece of brass. I really don’t want to use my good router bit for this purpose – so I am looking for alternatives? Perhaps an inexpensive/throwaway router bit? Any recommendations or ideas? maybe use a file? I also need to trim the length of the br...

01-07-2015 04:15 PM

WTB - Richard Kell Honing Guide - 1 reply

Looking to buy a Richard Kell Honing guide – basic version Thanks,Mordi

01-06-2015 09:03 PM

Sharpening Japanese Chisels - Diamond Stones vs. Shapton Glass Stones - 0 replies

Just wondering if anyone has compared the results of sharpening japanese chisels on diamond stones versus Shapton Glass Stones? If so, what were the results? Thanks,Mordi

01-06-2015 01:47 AM

Veritas Twin Screw Vise - Handle Alignment - 4 replies

Somehow the handles on my Veritas Twin Screw Vise got out of allignment. The vise seems to be working fine. Does anyone know how to get these back into alignment?Thanks,Mordi

01-05-2015 07:56 PM

Refinishing Desk Chair - 1 reply

I am refinishing an old desk chair. The chair is made of both hardwood and plywood. I sanded the entire chair and removed all the old finish. Then, I applied minwax wood conditioner and followed it up with a coat of minwax oil based stain (dark walnut). The back slats for the chair are plywood and the stain does not look very good on the plywood...

01-02-2015 05:36 PM

WTB - Japanese Chisel Hammer - 7 replies

Looking to purchase a Japanese Chisel Hammer – 13oz. Thanks,Mordi

12-31-2014 01:13 AM

Shapton Glass Stones - Instructions - 2 replies

Hi everyone, Just wondering if anyone has a set of instructions that came with their Shapton Glass Stones that they could send to me in a .PDF file? Thanks,Mordi

12-24-2014 12:38 AM

Glen-Drake Tite Hammer #3 - 0 replies

Hi Everyone, Wondering if anyone has used a Glen-Drake Tite Hammer for dovetailing, and if so, what you think of it. It is a short, stubby looking thing with a brass head. If not, what are you using for your dovetails? Thanks,Mordi

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