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04-08-2019 01:15 AM

Help with finishing pannels... - 10 replies

I am working on insulating my garage/shop. I put up 1/4 in plywood to cover up the insulation (a lot of nails). the shop it 20×30 and I did not want to spend moneys I could be using towards tools or projects so I went with the least expensive. Now that I have it up I am looking to apply some form a finish on it. I need something I can...

07-08-2017 07:02 PM

New TS and need some input on a fence. - 4 replies

My old used TS (delta contractor Model ?) just died. I just bought a delta 36-725 (it should be here in a week or 2). Now I purchased a Accusquare fence 1050 some time back for I wanted the needed the extra capacity. Well I never got around to mounting it (work life kept getting in the way). Now I plan on building a proper setup (with what...

06-17-2016 03:41 PM

Yet another router table/fence - 9 replies

Hello all,I am one of those people that plan things way (years?) in advanced but wanted to hone my thoughts on a router fence. My (future) shop will have a long (20+ feet) and rather high bench. Towards one end I will have a build-in radial arm saw (1960’s craftsman) towards the other a build-in router table (using the bench top as the table)....

01-29-2016 04:07 PM

Tool Storage - 4 replies

I have a DeWALT DW735R planer. I am tring to think of ways to built it in my in-feed/out-feed tables for my radial-arm saw. One of the ideas is to bolt it down to a wooden base that swing it into position when I need it. Otherwise it hangs down (on its side). My question is will that have a negative effect on the unit basically storing sid...

01-21-2016 06:39 PM

Yet more workbench questions... - 9 replies

I picked up a maple top workbench from work a few years back. The legs are metal (and have places for outlets to be wired). The dimensions of the top are 60×30 x 2. I would like to convert this to a more standard/useful wood working bench. It currently does not have any vises through I have an old (cannot remember name) vise that I was ...

01-16-2016 07:06 PM

Staying warm in the winter - 18 replies

Hello,I was hoping some might provide me ideas on how best to heat my workshop. My shop is an unattached large 2 car garage (2 car plus extension on the side) about 20×30 (8 ft ceiling). Currently it has a wood burning stove (with blower) that heats it nicely. The challenges I face with this is it takes 30-60 min to get the garage somewh...

01-14-2016 06:14 PM

Question on the Grizzly G0555 models: Dust collection - 1 reply

I am in the market for a Bandsaw. I have narrowed it down to the Grizzly G0555 models. Not looking for suggestions or reviews (I have read most of them). What I am looking for is advice on upgrading / modifying their dust collection. Has anyone added brushes? Has anyone build a containment system? Thank you in advance,Nez


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