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07-17-2017 02:10 AM

New bandsaw grizzly514X2, blade? - 3 replies

I just purchased the grizzly, 19”, 3hp, bandsaw. I am looking to make large corbels. They will be 8-12” think with slight curves. My question is, what blade do I want? TPI, thickness and brand? I have read several past discussions but theres not a lot of recent posts. Any help would be greatly appreciated

06-09-2017 02:26 AM

I need a supplier of pedestals - 30 replies

05-08-2017 01:09 AM

Your signature or logo - 6 replies

I have always used a black sharpie. Name of my company, signature and date written under the top of the table. I have a few designers wanting to take my furniture to more commercial customers and feel I need to upgrade to something more professional. I like the burned stamp look but just wanted some ideas from all of you. What do you do and ...

02-17-2017 09:36 AM

What am I looking for in a lathe? - 18 replies

I have always wanted one but never had the extra cash to buy one. I usually buy from ozbirns or a local guy when I need table legs. I have been blessed with the resources to purchase my own lathe so thought this would be a great place to start. I want one to do table legs, what am I looking for? I prefer used and my budget is $1000. Looki...

02-10-2017 10:48 AM

Talk me out of buying a kiln - 7 replies

Most everyone in my corner of the world, northeast MS, has their lumber shipped in. (Closest supplier 2 hours in any direction) If I’m a few boards short we have to wait till the next truck runs. So I think there is a demand. I know of several small saw mills that could supply me green lumber. I’ve priced a Nyle kiln that will kick...

01-03-2017 09:46 AM

Breadboard ends, tenon length? - 6 replies

Building a walnut conference table, 8/4 boards that will have breadboards on each end. They will be 8” wide. I usually have 6” boards and go 3” on mortise and tenon. What is your opinion on these 8” wide boards and the appropriate depth and length of the mortise and tenon. I know there is probably a “general rule...

12-13-2016 08:23 AM

Steelex 15" and 20" planers??? - 16 replies

I’m buying a planer and was wanting the helical head so I was looking at the grizzly. Problem is that it is currently on a ship from china and won’t be available until end of January. So I started looking elsewhere and found a steelex 20” helical head for $2300. I’m assuming it is made by grizzly? Looks like a grizzly/s...

11-20-2016 09:50 AM

Grizzly coupon? - 5 replies

Does anyone have a grizzly coupon code? Mine expired a few weeks ago. I’m ready to buy the 15” spiral cut planer and any help on the price would be greatly appreciated? OR if you don’t have a code, a simple cash donation would also be appreciated. Lol

10-23-2016 07:31 PM

New saw New shop - 17 replies

It’s been two years since my shop burned but now I’m nearly back. A friend has been letting me use/share is cabinet shop while I get back on my feet and I’m nearly there. I just bought a saw stop 3hp, 52” cabinet saw and love it. Why saw stop? My budget was 2k and planned on a used pm or new grizzly then my son came to ...

09-14-2016 05:59 AM

Miter saw stops - 4 replies

I’m finally moving into my new shop and have a great opportunity to upgrade a few things during this process, miter station being one of them. I was just curious about your miter stations, specifically your stops. I don’t want to use t-tracks because I cut a lot of long boards and the t-tracks would cost too much. So if your able ...

08-23-2016 09:13 AM

Slide away cabinet door, over the top - 7 replies

Customer wants a credenza with doors that lock, when closed,and roll back into cabinet when open. No problem but these are doors that when opened and out of the way, reveal a drawer that slides out. So I have an inset door that opens from the bottom and slides over the top of the drawer, like a garage door, kinda. Am I making any sense? These...

05-09-2016 09:38 PM

New table saw w/budget less than $2500 - 25 replies

I’m upgrading from a jet 1 3/4 horse. I build a lot of Tables with 2” thick tops (have built 11 since Jan 1). I’m looking at the shop fox 1820. 3hp single phase., $1900. Any thoughts, opinions would be very helpful? First time posting.


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