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  1. Making the Saw Blade fit.

    You might have seen my workshop or some of my posts writing about my Table Saw. It's a Fay-Egan 16" 5HP pussycat. It just sits in the middle of the floor and does it's thing. Feeding this monster can sometimes be a problem. The saw blades are not your standard blades. They are Commercial blades...
  2. Walnut Table...Rust-egant?? Ele-rustic??

    This is a table I came up with when a buddy gave me some end-grain slabs of black walnut from a downed tree on his property. The only thing I could think to do with them was use them for table tops. This table uses the first of two pieces I received. The belt sander didn't work too well (even...
  3. Vintage pad saw back to life (fanatic...)

    Vintage pad saw back to life Yes you are allowed to call me fanatic… I have had the luck to become the owner of some old pad saws, but could not get some blades, and would like to use one in my 'out the house' toolbox, so I would love to give it more than one type of blade… For those who do...
  4. Circular Sawblade Knife

    Just thought I'd show you all my version of Lumberjock MJR's knife. The blade part was cut from a 10" circular saw blade; I was surprised how well it cut and sharpened with a grinder! The handles are made from spalted oak burl, finished with shellac. I do just want to say this is NOT my idea, I...
  5. Tablesaw Blade and Accessory Storage Unit

    For years, I stored my sawblades in a cardboard box under my workbench. I built this storage unit from some 3/4" poplar plywood and 1/4" hardboard. It measures 12.25" w x 19.5" h x 12.25" d. The blade storage trays (6) are laminated hardboard with holes drilled through the first layer to act...
  6. Art Knives: Damascus Steel, Scrimshaw Art, Antler Handles, Wood Display Stand

    I have SOLD all three of these knives, but if you would like me to build one for you, please contact me at: [email protected] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Project Story: Damascus Blade Steel hand-forged 160 layers, by certified Blade Smith Jerry Kennedy, who...
  7. Asian style stereo cabinet

    This was a commission by a music lover in Portland. It is an Asian style cabinet with cantilevered boxes for stereo components. It is made with 3/4" pre-finished maple ply and trimmed in stained cherry. It was built using a lock miter and dados. I cut it so that the grain ran continuously down...
  8. Table saw blade storage

    This is another one of those "why didn't I do it sooner" type projects. Bought some new blades, made it much more important to be able to store them properly. I had a bunch of roughly 300×300mm (12"x12") squares of 4mm ply hanging around, so I laminated a few to make form fitting holders for...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I just purchased a Craftsman 22124 10" Tablesaw and have it setup with one outstanding problem. I can't seem to get the blade to lay flat against the arbor flange. It seems like the sawblade hole is too small. I can fit the blade over the arbor threads and I can push it back to within about...
  10. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Hi All Rather new to the site, and find it great. I want to get some feedback on the idea using modern parts, pieces and technology in arts and crafts style fine furniture items. Or for that matter any classic style of fine furniture items, e.g. shaker or Victorian. For example using hidden...
  11. Marketplace Classifieds
    Hey everyone, I am clearing out some of my power tools and powertool accessories to make room in the budget for some new hand tools. Below are a few tablesaw blades I am looking to sell. I would be happy to entertain bundle deals and would love to sell them all to one person. This would be a...
  12. Blogs
    Should I Buy? I found a 1940's Delta Unisaw on ebay for 175 bucks. It is rusted and has a big motor in it. He says it is single phase with 1750 as the rpm. The cast iron on the top is rusted, but could be removed with chemicals, a grinder, or electroalisis. This one has the rare oval motor...
  13. Blogs
    The Greatest Bike Ever! So, I took my family to the Grand Rapids Museum today. For those of you that do not know, Grand Rapids was and still is a center for the furniture industry here in the U.S.A. Our local museum has a very large area dedicated to this industry. It includes a large steam...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Can anyone give me some tips on re-soldering broken bandsaw blades? I always end up with messy welds that break as soon as I put pressure on the blade. I have one of the kits from Lee Valley that holds things together while soldering, but I've never done any soldering before, so maybe I'm...
  15. Jigs & Fixtures
    I am a bit puzzled. I built a jig, sort of like a screw-advance box-joint jig, everything works just fine, but the joints turn out too loose. After checking any possible jig errors, I realized that my saw blade doesn't cut an 1/8" kerf. It's a Forrest Woodworker II, modified to FTG (to cut flat...
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