Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'shipping'

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Making a custom sized cardboard box for shipping

01-27-2018 03:31 PM by CampD | 0 comments »

I ship a lot of custom pieces and therefore I have to make a custom package for, it seems, almost every one. Over the years I’ve learned a lot about what is needed to ship a custom piece in today’s world of fast and robotic shipping, also failed more than I’d like. So here is a video of the process I use to make a suitable custom cardboard box. It’s shown in full time to show that once you’ve got the process done it basically takes 10 minutes to create a custo...

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Grizzly G0452P Jointer Set-Up #2: Very minor damage

07-14-2015 04:05 PM by ERQ | 2 comments »

As I noted in my first post in this series, one of the two boxes containing my Grizzly G0452P jointer had some damage upon delivery. Here is the state of things when i opened the box up: And once I lifted off the top layer of styrofoam: As you can see, that white bracket, which is for the fence mount, was basically free to bounce around and bang into the jointer outfeed table next to it. Overall, I was pretty lucky, in that there was only one small ding taken out of the fence si...

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G0555X Bandsaw Drama

02-28-2014 05:45 PM by RandyinFlorida | 8 comments »

My brand new Grizzly Bandsaw (re: toy) was to be delivered on Wednesday by a certain shipping company (not DOWNS but…). Anyway, on Wednesday they left a note on my door that they would try again Thursday. So I took off work for the whole day. By 4PM I was a little concerned; I went on line, traced my shipping number, confirmed that it would be delivered in fact on Thursday. So I waited… Six o’clock; still no saw. Called the 800 number on the back of the note. A very p...

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Torque Workcentre at work.. #8: Shipping to the U.S. of A.

07-27-2009 10:34 AM by degoose | 3 comments »

Some of you will have received a PM from me regards the cost of shipping the Torque Work Centre to the US. For those who may require this info and have not received it. Most people on the continental US will be able to have the machine [configured similar to mine .. 2 meter by 600mm table with 900 mm outfeed on the arm.. including copy. saw and drill optional attachments, shipping and insurance,], delivered to their door for between US$3900 and US$4100 depending on actual address.The ...

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Country Life Update: New Co-Op Gallery, The Pledge Kept, Learning to Ride, Shipping, & Fishing

05-03-2009 01:39 AM by Mark A. DeCou | 13 comments »

This is really just a Misc. Hodgepodge of Stuff Today, Nothing but a Country Life Update. New Co-op Gallery:It’s been a busy couple of weeks here for me. I helped open a new Co-Op Gallery called the Prairie Past Times Antiques and Crafts Shop in Cottonwood Falls. I joined up, as it’s the hottest thing going right now for art in my little town. I put quite a few things in the store, and learned how to ring up the cash register. The new website for the little gallery is prair...

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