builtinbkyn· Premium Member
Builtinbkyn you weren t supposed to reveal yet… what the heck man … lol
That is a nice pusher but geeze that handle is way too nice for it. Well done on that tote!
Post a pic. However it seems like this is a job for a router and a few bits to duplicate the profile, if they indeed need to match something original. Otherwise just make your own profile that seems appropriate.Hey everyone I have a quick question for all of my fellow woodworkers. I am working on an old door about 100 years old. It is an exterior door with a 9 pane glass at the top. The problem is that a lot of the muntins for the window panes are broken. Does anyone know where I can find old wooden muntins for doors like that. I know that I can make them with a couple of old moulding planes, but I figure its faster just to buy them if I can?
Man :O Ah you're probably consumed with working on your swap projectI ll post a few pics when I get home. For what I m doing it s not completely necessary that they match exactly. A regular old ogee bit and a rabbeting bit would work fine. I would just rather buy em if I could… lol
I was a good customer of theirs. I'll tell them to charge you double LOLI ll post a few pics when I get home. For what I m doing it s not completely necessary that they match exactly. A regular old ogee bit and a rabbeting bit would work fine. I would just rather buy em if I could… lol
Man :O Ah you re probably consumed with working on your swap project
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If he saw fridge's Bondo pose, he wouldn't miss him for anything LOL Just kidding Fridge.You guys have probably seen each other and didn t know it. LOL
I guess it's ok. Have nothing to really compare it to. I got the BS off of CL and it came with that. I had to buy guides for larger blades. The guy who sold me the saw didn't know where the originals were. LOLI hate it when people post pro stuck on templates probably created in a sketchup program and they re building things to plan and actual dimensions like they know what they re doing type pics. Makes me realize how much of a hack I am.
How do you like the Carter stabilizer Bill? I m going to probably buy AZWoodys bigger bandsaw soon depending on the deal he gives me and was thinking of getting that for my 14" bandsaw and running a smaller blade permanently. What size blade lives on that thing?
I can pee outside my back door at home, but not at my shop LOL But on the upside, the bathroom is right next to my shop spaceIf I can t at least go outside and pee out my back door it s not for me.
I can see the appeal to some Bill, especially if that s where you grew up. But, it makes me clausterphobic just seeing your pics. Convenience of everything nearby is nice but I don t mind cooking and shopping online. IIRC, when I was up there for work, it took 45 minutes to travel 7 miles. I d have snapped and been in a straightjacket inside of a week :-/. Around here traffic means your average speed is < 45.
I can certainly appreciate that Fridge. I actually grew up on Staten Island and moved to Brooklyn 10 years ago after a divorce. Staten Island is still part of the city, but much more suburban than the rest of the city. And 40+ years ago, it still had farms. I used to hunt rabbit back then. Funny thing is, Staten Island now has a herd of dear that's over a 1000 head and wild turkeys all over the place LOL But it's much more populated and built up than it was back then. Guess I'm somewhat of a country boy in the cityIt was nice growing up here. I get a .270 rifle for Christmas. I go on the back porch. I squeeze off a round to see what she s like. Good times.
Oh come on now. What Hokie is afraid of oakie?I hate chopping mortises in oak. That s all. Just wanted to be sure y all knew.