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01-06-2020 04:10 AM

Shop smith Pro Planer pulley - 4 replies

I bought a shopsmith pro planer a few years ago at an auction and it has performed tremendously. However, today it decided to throw the top 3” pulley. Based on the autopsy, the set screw for the key backed out and the key came out and all hell broke loose in the cover. The key way on the shaft for the cutter head looks to be fine however the pul...

04-20-2018 11:59 PM

Insecticide for green lumber - 10 replies

About a month ago my brother and I split some milling and had 1800 bd ft of oak milled from some logs I got from a coworker. We have it stacked and air drying in the shed but want to make sure it doesn’t get any insect damage. Any recommendations on anything won’t damage the wood? It will obviously be planed down before use but IR...

07-04-2017 03:18 PM

Dark spots after staining - 8 replies

I built a changing table for my soon to come baby out of red oak. My mom offered to do the finishing and she is quite experienced at it. However, after she put a coat of stain on it, the spots in the pictures below appeared. She uses a pre stain conditioner on everything she does. The wood was sanded down with 220 grit and appeared to be smooth ...

04-22-2017 08:01 PM

Keep supply of hardware or buy as needed? - 3 replies

I’m reorganizing and going through garage of all of my supplies and I recently completed my workbench. As I’m putting stuff back, I’m asking myself “Do I really need this?”. A majority of stuff that I ask myself that on is hardware, the bulk of which was left in my house when I purchased it or was acquired at auctio...


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