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Small Projects #20: Jigsaw Stand

03-23-2020 11:51 PM by Madmark2 | 0 comments »

Bought a jigsaw to cut out for a dog bowl five or six years ago. Have only used it once since (interestingly enough to cut another dog bowl). Jigsaws have that stupid blade sticking out and I know for a fact if I remove the blade the next time I go to use it (in another five or six years) I’ll never find the blade. I know I have a blade assortment that I bought when I bought the jigsaw but I have no clue where they might be. The blade means you can’t stand the jig saw up and...

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RECALL #32: Children’s Tool Kits Recalled by Grizzly Industrial

03-21-2020 05:32 AM by lightweightladylefty | 3 comments »

Just in case you bought your child one of these cute tool kits for Christmas . . . Children’s Tool Kits Recalled by Grizzly Industrial Due to Violation of Federal Lead Content Ban and Toy Safety Requirements:Recall Date: March 19, 2020Recall Number: 20-098 Recall Summary Name of product: Children’s Tool Kits Hazard:The tool belt, hammer and suspenders (model H3044) contain excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead content standard. In addition, the toy goggles and ...

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Curiosity made me do it #1: Grizzly Paint Colors

03-25-2019 02:00 AM by CaptainKlutz | 1 comment »

Was curious if I could find a Grizzly touch up paint color that would match a Geetech jointer I own. Since OWWm.org site does catalog information on non-US made wood working tools, touch up colors can be hard to find for off brand, now antique Taiwan made wood working tools. Ended up digging out this paint color summary in Grizzly parts catalog that I thought might be nice to share: Grizzly PPAINT-1 – N/S GRIZZLY GREEN G1023SGrizzly PPAINT-1A – N/S GRIZZLY GREEN G1023S AE...

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bandsaw mobile base #1: -grizzly g0513x2bf

03-13-2019 01:11 AM by pneufab | 2 comments »

Thanks to my loving wife, I’m finally getting a bandsaw! After a little research I landed on the grizzly g0513×2bf. I was planning on ordering the base for a reasonable $75 or so, but before I added that to my cart, I checked my material and had just enough 2×3 angle iron around to make a base. A few cheap casters and some salvaged plate and another base is born. I have about $25 into this one. If you have any questions, let me know. Thanks for looking.

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More tools in the shop #4: Bandsaw storage

07-05-2018 05:22 PM by Plasmon360 | 2 comments »

My garage workshop has been getting very crowded. I am spending good amount of time trying to find things. I have been searching for places where I can store stuff near a particular tool. In this pursuit, I saw unutilized space inside my grizzly G0555LX 14 inch bandsaw tool stand. I thought I could make a drawer and put some of the tools and accessories that go with the bandsaw in it. The accessories include a crappy miter gauge that I rarely use, extra bearings, hex keys, wrench and blade...

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DIY 20u + Server rack. #3: Sanding and finishing the parts.

05-18-2018 02:27 AM by dbhost | 2 comments »

Not the most detailed, but sanding, and finishing the pieces for the server rack build. https://youtu.be/FkYgSGwSU5Q For those of you interested, this video also features the Grizzly overhead air cleaner running, gives you an idea of how loud it is.

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Mongo: my first real workbench #3: A look at joinery

03-30-2017 04:41 PM by TheRiflesSpiral | 7 comments »

As I mentioned before I’m planning to assemble Mongo without fasteners. I’m not exactly schooled in the fine art of joinery but I do watch a fair number of YouTube videos and I’ve been following Chris Hall's excellent work for some time. I appreciate his unique blend of traditional joinery design and modern manufacturing methods. With the top completely laminated and glued to the tool tray, my first bit of joinery will be the ribs that support the top from underneath. The...

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Question about Grizzly dust collector on Craigslist

11-11-2016 08:39 PM by Furnitude | 6 comments »

I’m interested in buying a Grizzly 1.5hp dust collector (Model G1028Z2) on Craigslist. The price is great – over 50% off. I haven’t been to see it yet. The guy sent photos including the attached. The metal appears to be bent, possibly from shipping damage as the guy says he’s never used it. If you have this collector or one like it, do you think this bit of damage would prohibit it from performing well? Also, since it was bent one way, i’ll bet it could be carefu...

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Toy Chest Build #3: Toy Chest Build #3 - Final assembly, finish and delivery

08-10-2016 08:23 PM by 7Footer | 4 comments »

Project page here: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/261690 This is the conclusion of my toy chest build. Feedback and questions are welcome! Thanks for looking! I don’t know why but the you tube embed code isn’t displaying correctly, but you can click the linke below or the ‘view on YouTube’ at the very bottom. Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtqqPy_B_bw View on YouTube

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Toy Chest Build #2: Making the curves and glue up of the panels

07-07-2016 09:24 PM by 7Footer | 3 comments »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yv2FB-qURs Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXDdAhpPCok Thanks for watching, I hope you like it! Disclaimer: I’m not sure but I’d imagine there will be some Safety Sally comments about the placement of my stop when I’m cutting the tongues. Please trust me, I’m comfortable and know the limits of my saw and I respect it, in this situation it was acceptable because I was taking off such a small amount of material

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