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09-07-2016 10:00 PM

FS: Woodsmith Build-It-Yourself Block Plane Kit (new in box) - 0 replies

NO LONGER AVAILABLE>>>>>I have a new in the box Woodsmith Build-it-Yourself Block Plane Kit with Hock Plane blade, all in the unopened sealed package. It looks like it includes everything you need to build the plane. This kit includes: Front Block, Back Block, 2 Brass Sides, Plane Blade Cap Iron, Socket Head Cap Screw, 1/4” washer, (22) #3...

01-26-2013 01:51 AM

Pfeil & HB Bracht Carving Chisels - 1 reply

I have 5 Pfeil and 5 HB Bracht carving chisels to sell. They are like new. I am not a carver so will try to describe these best I can. The Pfeils have numbers stamped on them. The crooked neck veining tool is a #12There are two stamped #7 but one is a small 7 and the other is a large 7There are two stamped #8 but one is a small 8 and the o...

03-26-2012 06:00 PM

Wixey Digital planer readout and Wixey Table saw Fence readout - 10 replies

I am selling two Wixey products that are new in their original boxes and have never been unpacked or used. 1. Wixey Digital Planer readout—$30 plus shipping 2. Wixey Table Saw Fence Digital readout—- $55 plus shipping I try to ship FedEx from zip 66901 First reply or PM indicating you will take one or the othe...

03-23-2012 02:09 PM

Sold!! Worksharp 3000 plus extras - 3 replies

I have a Worksharp 3000 that has been used approx an hour with my homemade 1/2” MDF disks using different colored buffing compound. It has all the original glass and plastic disks and sandpaper which is all unused. I am including 4 of the MDF disks with a bar or Red, Black, and Green rouge/buffing compound. I am asking $145 shipped CONUS o...

12-13-2011 09:41 PM

types of wood for cutting boards - 3 replies

Are there any types of hardwood that is not appropriate for cutting boards? I have some padauk and did not know if there are some precautions or problems with specific types of wood. thanks in advance for any advice anyone could provide.john


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