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06-05-2019 03:15 AM

Grizzly G0562ZP DC Modification Question - 5 replies

I’m in the market for a dust collector and one of the ones I’ve looked at is the G0562ZP. The problem is. It’s too long for my space. Am I crazy to consider lopping off one of the filter/bag sides? Would that hurt it’s performance? Thanks,

06-05-2019 03:11 AM

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05-11-2019 08:32 PM

Dust Collector in same room as Furnace - 6 replies

Hi folks, I’m currently in the process of a new home build, which will have a basement shop. My plan was to put the dust collector on the other side of the wall from the shop. The problem is, that is the most logistically feasible location for the furnace. This sounds like a potential fire hazard. I’m admittedly uneducated about f...

05-11-2019 08:28 PM

SketchUp Problems - 2 replies

Hi All, I have been using SketchUp for years, without any issues. All of a sudden it crashes every time I open it. I’ve tried reinstalling it (2017). I’ve also tried uninstalling 2017 and installing 2018. Same problem. Anyone else having issues? My PC is plenty powerful enough and I’m on Windows 10. Edit: Disregard. Re...

01-30-2019 02:51 AM

200amps to the house - 100amps to the shop... Will it work? - 39 replies

Hi all, My wife and I are just getting ready to break ground on a new house. It will include a basement, where I will have a shop (yay!). I have some questions regarding electrical. - The house is 3500 sqft.- Basement will be about 1500 sqft, including shop.- Shop will be set up with a dust collector on 240v, a compressor on 240v, an air c...

11-25-2018 05:39 PM

ISO Tunes Pro? - 7 replies

Hi guys, I’m curious is anyone out there has ISO Tunes Pro earbuds. My wife ordered me some for Christmas, but then I started reading reviews… I am not very picky, but I need them to do two things: 1. Reduce noise (appears they do this well).2. Maintain a good connection with my phone while it’s in my pocket (this i...

11-22-2017 02:09 PM

Woodriver Turning Tools - 11 replies

Hey everyone, I am very new to turning. I have some home made carbide tools that I’ve been using on my mini lathe. They work well enough, but they don’t seem to be a complete solution. I’ve been wanting to get some traditional tools since the beginning, but I’m not in any hurry (I hardly have time for turning as it is ...

08-06-2017 10:54 PM

Good deal on this jointer? - 14 replies

This looks like a pretty good deal. What do you guys think? https://greenville.craigslist.org/tls/6252967411.html

04-12-2017 07:30 PM

Anyone know anything about this jointer? - 10 replies

https://greenville.craigslist.org/tls/6085629078.html

12-02-2016 09:04 PM

What to look for in a pen mandrel - 12 replies

Hey folks, I’m purchasing my first lathe on Sunday, and would like to get set up to turn some pens. I’ve seen different options for mandrels, and I’m not sure which one to get. Do I need the Rockler one with all the bells and whistles? Can I make do with a $15 one from Woodcraft? I plan on getting a jacobs chuck. Any ot...

11-28-2016 04:00 PM

Is this jointer worth it? - 1 reply

Found this jointer this morning:https://greenville.craigslist.org/tls/5893011725.html I know the bench top jointers get a bad rap, but let’s keep in mind that I currently don’t own any jointer. Is this better than none, for $75? Thanks,Joe

08-05-2016 02:15 AM

Taming Squeeze-out - 23 replies

Hey folks, I’m working on new doors and draw fronts for my kitchen cabinets. All the parts are finally cut, so I’m beginning to assemble them. I’ve done 4 doors so far, and the squeeze out cleanup is killing me. On the first door I was probably a little too liberal with the glue. I’ve used progressively less each...

04-09-2016 03:43 PM

Air Handler Motors - 16 replies

I’m planning on making a shop air filter from an old blower motor and fan. I’m curious as to the motor’s use for anything else. I have a more-or-less endless supply of the motors for the cost of shipping. Can I use them for anything else? Thanks,

03-13-2016 09:02 PM

What size cutters for carbide lathe tools? - 12 replies

For you folks using carbide lathe tools, which cutter sizes for square, diamond and circle do you find most useful? It would be great to have various sizes, but I’m looking to start with one of each type. Also, what is the advantage to a radius square cutter vs. a square cutter? I think I’ll use them for a combination of spindle...

12-23-2015 02:12 AM

Simple glue-up question - 12 replies

Hey guys, I think this will be a simple answer, but I can’t decide which route to take. I’m about to glue up a panel that will be roughly 24” wide. I am trying to decide the best method to keep this panel flat over time. Aesthetics don’t matter for what it will be used for, but it needs to stay flat. I can eith...

10-25-2015 10:56 PM

DIY (or not) Carbide Turning Tools - 43 replies

Hey folks, I’m on the verge of getting into turning a bit more. I’ve used a buddy’s lathe a few times, and had a great time. I’ve started looking at all the accessories that go along with turning, and obviously the most necessary are the tools themselves. The ones with carbide inserts seem like they work well for mo...

07-01-2015 02:59 PM

Block Plane ID? - 4 replies

Came across this old block plane in my father-in-law’s old tools. Can anyone ID it? Is it a worthy user, if I tune it up? Thanks,

06-29-2015 03:06 AM

Is this motor useful for anything? - 15 replies

I have two of these old circular saws that were given to me. They aren’t very comfortable to use and not very accurate, but I don’t want to just toss them. Are the motors good for anything else? Maybe a disc sander, or home made lathe project (obviously I would have to gear down the motor)? Are they actually 1HP motors? If s...

05-17-2015 05:54 PM

Best way to cut this cove? - 22 replies

Hi guys, Several years ago, my wife and I bought a bedroom set for our first child. There was no nightstand available, and we didn’t really care. Now that our second daughter is ready to go from toddler bed to full-size bed, my wife wants a nightstand (yay for shop time). So, for months now, I’ve been thinking of the best way t...

04-11-2015 11:58 PM

Question about kiln drying time and cost - 5 replies

Hey folks, A friend of mine just had a black walnut tree cut down. It isn’t too big, but he was wanting to get it sliced into boards. We believe we have access to a saw mill, but we were curious as to how much it would cost to get around 75 board feet cut and kiln dried. Also, can anyone with a solar kiln comment on how long it would...

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