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12-29-2020 01:47 PM

Using Square, the company not the tool - 3 replies

Anyone using Square to market and sell their products? Have some non woodworking ideas but thought I might test the platform with some woodworking items. Although much rather be in the woods hop than building a web page.

09-28-2020 03:23 PM

Shipping lumber - 11 replies

Have realized that I probably have more lumber than I will ever need. Especially drawn to unique figured pieces. Thinking about list some on Etsy. Not talking about truck loads of material here, just small lots that could be shipped. The whole shipping part is daunting, anyone have any advice on this? UPS, USPS, Fed ex???? Seems like small to me...

09-17-2020 04:19 PM

Too much lumber - Central Wisconsin - 3 replies

I have slowly realized that I have too much lumber on hand and am struggling with storage. Don’t have any sort of written inventory, but probably have 20,000 or so feet of lumber around. Mostly pine and red oak but also have some popular, cottonwood, cherry, white oak, birch, and … who knows. Have stuff from 4/4 all the way up to man...

04-15-2020 02:43 PM

Box elder pen Blanks - 2 replies

Several years ago I made up some box elder pen blanks and never did anything with them… Neat color, probably will need some stabilization. Any interest in them? I could dust them off and take a few pics.

03-02-2020 08:05 PM

Tips on dealing with hobby lumber - 15 replies

Looking for suggestions on how to deal with what I consider hobby lumber. Pieces that are too unique or large to throw out but have gotten out of hand. I have a sawmill here in central Wisconsin and saw mostly as a hobby and for some construction and barn restoration projects. It is pretty common to get a decent looking board that is not quite 8...

11-21-2019 09:11 PM

24” powermatic planer fs in wisconsin - 0 replies

I have a 24” powermatic planer for sale in central Wisconsin. Asking $2400. Has carbide itch head and grinder. Currently set up for three phase I was going to set up for single phase but got a smaller machine instead. Have equipment on site to load. Currently taking up space I don’t have. Make me an offer, put it to use. I do have the covers etc...

06-01-2018 04:25 PM

Central WI Lumber FS - 0 replies

My lumber collection has been getting out of hand. Purchasing the Woodmizer sawmill has made the problem even worse. While I don’t have time to sell one board at a time, I would be more than willing to make deals on piles of shorts and randoms etc. -Blue stained pine random widths and thicknesses. Take the stack and it will be under $.50 b...

01-18-2014 04:09 PM

Box elder grab box FS or trade - 0 replies

Grab box of box elder, some spalted, some with red in it as we’ll. One larger block the rest resawn, mostly to about 3/4” some thicker, some thinner. All pieces shown included, I will try to fit more bits in if possible. It’s all in one large flat rate box I would like to double the $16.85 shipping cost for a total of 33.70. B...

01-18-2014 03:41 PM

Burl slices FS or trade - 0 replies

I have five red oak burl slices. The burl was cut from the tree in1997 and cut into slices about four years ago. The slices are about 1/2” thick with some cracking probably due to improper drying. If you have never worked with burled lumber before you need to know it is very hard! The white spots in the pictures are rot, the longest pieces...

01-18-2014 02:59 PM

FS or trade Red oak - 0 replies

I have some red oak that I would like to pass on to someone else. I have them cut to fit in a large flat rate box. dimensions are 2 7/8×1 1/4×23 3/4. There are total of nine pieces of all very similar quality. Shipping the large flat rate box will cost $16.85 I would like to get $33.70 to cover shipping, the lumber, and etc. Would als...

01-15-2014 05:13 PM

FS or trade spalted box elder - 1 reply

I have some spalted box elder blocks that I would like to pass on to someone else. I have them cut to fit in flat rate boxes. I believe the shipping rates are small-5.80 medium-12.35 large- 16.85. I would like to double on the small boxes, negotiable on the medium and large boxes. Would also trade on antique tools, bits or who knows. Send me a P...

01-15-2014 05:44 AM

Salted box elder - 0 replies

I have some spalted box elder pen blanks that I cut up a year or two ago. I need to free up space for a new project. Blanks are 3/4×5 1/2 or longer. Here are a couple of pics. Some pieces have some punky spots probably good candidates for some stabilizer. https://picasaweb.google.com/104999152102807917787/January142014# I have two small fla...

01-15-2014 05:03 AM

Hats off to those working in small shops - 6 replies

I enjoy checking out other lumberjocks work space and projects. Most of my work is usually done on the job site out of my van or in a couple of shops that I have access to. Over the past couple days I decided to do a little bit of casework at home because it was more convenient, or so I thought. One bay of my garage is sectioned off from the re...

11-14-2013 03:00 PM

Router Bit coming loose in CNC Spindle - 5 replies

I Have a CNC router with a columbo (Spelling?) spindle. I am attempting to mill out some deep pockets in some maple. I am using a 1/2” x 2.5” upcut spiral bit. I am having trouble keeping the bit in the collet. As the cut progresses the bit tends to creep down in the collet and will come out if I don’t stop the machine and rese...

02-01-2012 04:39 PM

School Shop Drill Press Recommendation - 6 replies

I would like to replace one of the drill presses in our school wood shop area. I was thinking about the 18” Powermatic (PM2800) until I read some of the reviews. Does anyone have this machine in their shop and have any input about it’s quality? http://www.amazon.com/Powermatic-PM2800-1792800-18-Inch-Variable/dp/B00169W89U/ref=sr_1_1?s=hi&ie=...

11-22-2011 05:20 PM

Frame Saw blades - 5 replies

I would like to build a frame saw and set it up with a cross cut blade. Can anyone recommend a blade source?


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