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10-06-2016 02:14 AM

*SOLD* Shapton Pro Sharpening Stones - 5 replies

I have 2 like new stones. I purchased these a while back and used a few times to put an edge on my chisels and hand plane cutters.New, your looking at over $150.00 plus tax and shipping. ( think $90.00 is a fair price. The stones are professional series 1000 & 5000 grid, and will put a razor edge on anything…. (with o...

10-06-2016 01:57 AM

*SOLD* JessEm Mast-R-Lift II For Sale Houston TX - 4 replies

Like New Mast-R-Lift 2 Router lift. These are $364.00 new plus shipping and tax. ( think $300.00 is a fair price. I purchased this a few years ago and it works fantastic!!! I used it to make raised panel doors, and the fine adjustment is great, and it also allows the router to be lifted to the top so you don’t need...

04-15-2015 01:07 AM

SOLD: Delta 18X36 Drum Sander Lubbock Tx (lets make a deal) - 6 replies

I purchased this drum sander off CL a few years ago, and have used it to sand down some cutting boards that i made (probably 25 of them) and it works good. It does have some issues though. The drive belt is frayed on 1 side (just like it happens on the Powermax/jet versions) and next, a typical issue with these is the lift mechanism uses pl...

01-28-2014 03:07 AM

pen turner in Lubbock Tx?? - 8 replies

I am in lubbock and a while back i traded some hard wood pieces for a pen, and that person no longer has the same email address….. so i am looking for another local that wouldn’t mind trading some material for a pen, or maybe sell me a few pens. (im a bigger guy with big hands and like the larger pens.) the pen i have i believe i was...

01-23-2014 01:42 AM

4/4 Red Oak (Quarter and Rift Sawn) Lubbock Tx (SOLD) - 7 replies

I Purchased a pallet of lumber that turned out to be Red oak… I have used some but i have more then i need. Its all rough sawn 4/4 but kiln dried. (just needs to be plained) i have 1000+bf if your interested, just PM me. i would like to get 2.00$ per bf. and might come down if you buy a large amount. i am open to trades in some equipme...

02-06-2013 08:22 PM

Lie-Nielsen 60 1/2 Block Plane vs 507 Rabbit Block Plane - 11 replies

I am looking at buying a block plane, and wanted everyones opinion on which i should look at getting first. I was leaning to the 60 1/2 because its more of a standard everyday plane, but the 507 Rabbit plane is the same price, and wasnt sure if there was any disadvantages to one over the other? is a 507 economical to have as a every day plane...

01-29-2013 04:44 AM

laminated strips or 12/4 slabs for workbench top? - 8 replies

Im looking at building a assembly table/work bench.ill put a vice on it and i want it to be strong and stable. im thinking more of a traditional style (i dont want a split top) but my main question is, i was looking at most plans, and people cut strips and glue them together to make a top.but i have heard of people just using a few slabs a...

01-17-2013 02:09 AM

New Table Saw VS buying a Tracksaw? - 26 replies

I have a old Craftsman table saw. the blade is run dirrectly off the motor. (not a belt drive)the arbor is bent (not much, but i know it is) i am wanting to buy a new table saw (i have been looking in the 12-1500$ price range)[was looking at a the Grizzly 1023 with 52” rails]my other option is to look into buying a track saw (500$ pric...

12-13-2012 12:55 AM

is my saw a Rip or Crosscut? - 7 replies

i purchased an 8” 20TPI W.Tyzack, Sons & Turner No 120 saw off Ebay. it came in looking amazing and straight as an arrow. (it was said to come from a elderly persons collection (and wasnt used much). it looks amazing, and the teeth look good. but how do i tell if it is a Rip or a crosscut saw? the teeth are so small, its hard to l...

09-21-2012 04:37 PM

Aquarium cabinet - 17 replies

Hello. I’ve lurked for a while, and I finally need to post to help with a finishing question. I am big into saltwater aquariums, and I am now building my own cabinets. The stand is all red oak. The canopy that covers the top and light is oak as well. I have planned on using minwax because its local. I have access to Danish oils t...

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