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  1. Walnut Sofa Table

    This is one of the earliest projects I made when I set up my shop several yearts ago. Finish is natural oil with a top coat of water based poly.
  2. TV Credenza

    My version of Woodsmith Magazine TV Credenza. Several Lumberjocks have built this and modified in varying degrees. The original design was far too big for my space, so I shortened the width by 15 inches. Body is constructed from alder and alder plywood. A first for me. I was struck by the...
  3. French Rolling Pin

    Here is a French Rolling pen based upon my son's specific instructions (He's the chef in the family). This is made out Curly Cherry. It is 1 3/4" in the middle thick and is 16" long.
  4. Crosscut Sled

    Yesterday, I did my first test runs cutting with my crosscut sled. It was off 1/32 over 10 inches. Not too accurate. In fact, disappointing. I thought that another board run through the jointer added with thumb screw micro-adjusters would be the trick. Let me think about that over night...
  5. Treasure unearthed.

    This Jolly Roger board in now in its new home… **************************************** with inlaid skull and crossbones…several coats of grapeseed oil… 18 in by 14 in by 1 5/8 in approx… weighs in at just over 11 lbs.. and for the non Americans 450 mm by 350 mm by 40 mm .. weight 5 kgs. Thanks for stopping by…
  6. Side Table (3rd piece of 4 piece set)

    Same story as the previously posted pieces of this project. I continued the 3-piece top design. This small table will be used in the large conference room as well. We call it a "Donut" table because that is what will be its main use probably. The client wants 3 more conference tables (9' not...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Since the advent of thin kerf blades I've developed an aversion to them, especially when ripping on a circular saw and tablesaw. My experience has been that they distort in use and yield very undesirable variances in the cut. The only way I've discovered to get a true cut from them, especially...
  8. Marketplace Classifieds
    New Ridge TS2000tk saw blade (.093 kerf). The blade was bought for a DeWalt 7490x and never used. I installed it once to check saws alignment but decided I didn't want the saw and now unfortunately I'll be selling the blade as well. I'm willing to part with the blade for $85 plus shipping. If...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I was just about ready to order a grizzly 1023 table saw and was reading through the manual one last time. In the section for saw blades, it states that the saw kerf must be 1/8". This appears to be required to be able to work with the riving knife/splitter correctly. I use mainly thin kerf...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So like the title says, I'm looking for a thin saw blade. In the past, I have tried looking for a blade and now I'm trying again. I would like it to be: - 10" - Designed for ripping - 5/8" arbor - And thinner than Freud's Thin Kerf Glue Line Rip. They have .091" Kerf. Diablo has this circular...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So the new saw is in and ready to work. Got the 220 extension cord and new outlet ran last night, what a hummmmm…. Few initial needs I want to approach quickly. First was better riving knife/splitter and Shark Guard seems to be where I've landed. My need for help is on what splitter thickness...
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I need to replace a standard 0.125" blade on my Grizzly 1023R that uses a rving knife. Grizzly says that the knive requires you to use a standard kerf blade as the thin kerf ones are thinner than the knife and they don't make one to match. I really would like to use the thin kerf ( 0.0904")...
  13. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have seen a couple other threads about thin kerf and splitter issues. I haven't purchased anything, but I am about to purchase a G0715P 10" Hybrid Table Saw with Riving Knife, Polar Bear Series™ and Forrest thin kerf blades. I would like to avoid any aggravation with set-up and use. Here is...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello all, I finally saved enough pennies to buy the coveted Forrest Woodworker II (thin kerf) and I have to say I'm extremely disappointed. Let me preface this by telling a brief story: I picked up a Forrest Woodworker I from a flea market one day for $2. It was covered in pitch and amongst...
  15. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am hoping to start a project soon where I will be ripping tons of 1/8" strips on the table saw. I would like to have the thinnest kerf available to minimize waste. I will only be ripping from 3/4" or 1" thick boards, so it will cut easily. Any suggestions? Thanks! Mike
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've been considering lately the use of TK blades in my 4512 as I'm starting to think some of the operations I've been doing with hardwood lately have caused it to bog down a bit with my normal blades. The one thing I can't seem to find is a TK riving knife for this saw. I did find one that...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello all New here..well I have been lurking for a while but decided to sign up and ask for advise.. starting some new projects with some rather costly (to me) wood, and when you pay a bunch per bf you hate to loose alot to cutting… I have been leaning towards the El diablo blades for my 10"...
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