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04-12-2016 03:05 AM

where do I buy more tips - 2 replies

I have this HVLP sprayer for a few years and there’s no brand name on it. I have a 0 tip but would like to buy a few more tips. I don’t know where to find them. I also don’t know if I change the tip do I also have to change the needle inside the gun. Can anyone help?

10-14-2014 11:31 PM

Round doors - 3 replies

A friend of mine has asked me to build him split round doors for a doorway in his apartment.I can’t seem to find plans or even images.Can anyone help with an image or set of plans?

06-09-2013 03:30 PM

anyone have an Adirondack chair in sketch up to share? - 4 replies

looking for sketch up drawing of an Adirondack chairThanks in advance

03-28-2013 10:31 PM

pocket jig and wood working, what do you think? - 16 replies

There’s no question that pocket jiging a project speeds things up, I’ve used it.BUT two identical projects one assembled with pocket screws and another assembled with joinery, Hands down the joinery project wins with me. The respect level for a project just drops when I see it full of pocket holes. There’s not much skill in it...

03-26-2013 11:42 PM

northern NJ wood suppliers? - 6 replies

I live in the NE corner of NJ.I have found Boards N Beams in Fairfield. Are there any other good suppliers in the area?

12-02-2012 11:15 PM

Can I see what tool you used to curve the Maloof leg to the seat? - 1 reply

I made a Maloof chair last year and I’m about to start another two. I had a hard time making a seamless transition from the leg to the seat. The curve is tight. What tools or tricks did you guys use for this merge?Photos are always a help.Thanks in advance

04-23-2012 10:44 PM

hlep painting cedar - 3 replies

I have been working on new carriage style garage doors. The substrate is ply which has been painted with a hefty coat of oil base. Then I have a full facade of 3/4 by 5 1/2 strips half lapping over each other with room to expand. then I have another layer of the same in the traditional X pattern and the ( still to be installed ) arch over the wi...

04-01-2012 04:29 PM

adirondack with adjustable back?? - 3 replies

I searched the projects but nothing came up. Must have not been tagged.I believe I’ve see in here adjustable back Adirondack chairs.

01-02-2012 07:15 PM

what is your opnion about your jig saw? - 50 replies

I own one i think it’s Ryobi and I just can’t use it. the blade runs all over the place. the blade won’t stay straight. total junk. The angle of the base changes if you push too hard..CRAP all the way.

12-24-2011 03:35 AM

tolerance on a drill press - 9 replies

I have an older Craftsman drill press that has to much wobble at the bit for me. I have removed the part the chuck mounts to (quill or arbor not sure what it’s called) and finally removed the chuck.I put a dial indicator on the chuck before removing it and the needle was all over the place.I pulled the chuck and put the tapered shaft back ...

12-20-2011 10:16 AM

Help with this chuck - 5 replies

I need to change the bearings in this assembly but I’m not sure how to take it apart.It’s off an older Delta press. Looking down the top there was a C clip I was able to get off. I tried to knock the shaft down but id didn’t seem to move. I believe there is a way to separate the chuck from the quill ( I believe it’s cal...

12-17-2011 12:43 AM

which drill press is AmmA - 5 replies

So if I wanted to buy an American Made drill press of good quality what brand/brands should I be looking at?

12-09-2011 04:09 AM

Mahogany island top???? - 10 replies

What are your thoughts on them?My wife and I went to a house tour today and we were able to get into seven of the nicer houses in town. Two of them had what looked to be mahogany island tops.

09-18-2011 03:19 PM

two dollar track saw - 4 replies

I put some thought into buying a track saw but I just don’t like tools around that aren’t used often, especially a 700 dollar tool. My other issue is that the big companies have created a whole new tool rather than offering the attachments to make their circular saws do what the track saw does. Think about it…... the circular s...

07-25-2011 02:03 PM

36-T30 delta fence - 1 reply

I can’t find longer rails for my Delta fenceDoes anyone know where I can buy longer rails for this fence?

07-21-2011 01:48 AM

where can I find vintage looking hardware? - 3 replies

I have an older trunk which came with the house and sat in the attic for a while.I’m looking to replace the hinges which are broke and the two leather straps on the sides. I don’t know where I can get items like that? Thanks In Advance.

03-03-2011 06:04 PM

what tool do you want MOST but just cant justify ? - 72 replies

We’re all at different levels and so what we want the other guys already has.If you could eliminate reason, price, and justification what would your next tool be?We probably all tight for space so with out changing the size of your shop what would have to go if anything to make room?

03-01-2011 10:22 PM

SOLD unisaw guard and antikickback SOLD - 2 replies

New guard and antikickback assembly with the mounting hardware.this has been sitting for 25 years and has never been mounted. I think 70 bucks is fair. shipping 20 dollars

02-16-2011 10:25 AM

Unisaw fence for sale SOLD SOLD - 8 replies

Tag still on it. It’s sitting in my attic and so it’s no use to me.There’s three pipes to this fence. I don’t know if there should be a fourth or not. I don’t believe one fell out of the box. I’m sure the’re guys in here who can answer that.first reasonable offer can have it. If you’re not close yo...

02-15-2011 03:15 AM

Unisaw fence - 1 reply

I have a delta unisaw fence that I’m not using.It’s the old pipe style fence I’d like to sell it. Where would I put it up for sale? It’s in good condition. I also have a delta miter gauge.

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