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A few new pens for Christmas

Started this discussion. Last reply by SQ Oct 31, 2013. 11 Replies

I needed to turn a few presents for fellow woodworkers who had given me some wood this year so I though I would try segmented (52 segments of walnut and dogwood) and a couple different styles.…Continue

FS: Starrett Bandsaw Blade

Started Jul 6, 2011 0 Replies

I know this is mostly a woodworking forum, but for those of us who restore older equipment there is a necessity for metalworking equipment also.  When purchasing a box of mixed bandsaw blades for my…Continue

Another New Old Guy---Dan the Younger

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Morris Mar 22, 2011. 6 Replies

Please forgive the inside comment in the subject line, but several of the newcomers know each other from other sites, O'WAMMO's, and history.  Dan Wyatt is the older, and I, Dan Coleman, am the…Continue

 

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Paul L Gooch liked Daniel Coleman's discussion A few new pens for Christmas
Oct 29, 2013
Daniel Coleman replied to Dan Shuflin's discussion Box joint jig gone wrong
"Your dado width is not tne same as your offset.  Either move your nail or make your dado smaller. Dan Coleman"
Feb 18, 2013
Daniel Coleman replied to Larry Buskirk's discussion Delta 1160 10" Ball-Bearing Circular Saw (Tilt Top Table Saw) Restoration ( Or The Rescue of Old Tilty)
"The small foot print and sturdy constuction are good reasons to revive these old saws to us as a second saw for a small sled or dado set.  You can alwasys add a wider base to make them more stable.  I still have some parts from the two I…"
Feb 18, 2013
Daniel Coleman replied to Larry Buskirk's discussion Delta 1160 10" Ball-Bearing Circular Saw (Tilt Top Table Saw) Restoration ( Or The Rescue of Old Tilty)
"Randy, I have your cover and am awaiting your email. Dan Coleman"
Feb 18, 2013
Daniel Coleman liked Tom Clifton's discussion [Humor] My Kind of Teacher
Mar 7, 2012
Harry Brink liked Daniel Coleman's discussion A few new pens for Christmas
Jan 7, 2012
Daniel Coleman just added their location.
Sep 14, 2011
Daniel Coleman replied to John Hechel's discussion adding jack screws to jointer
"You can also Google them."
Mar 23, 2011

Site Admin
John Moody left a comment for Daniel Coleman
"Daniel, Welcome to The American Woodworker. We are excited to have you join our site and look forward to the input you will have. I am looking forward to following and learning about the restoration for you and some of the others on the older…"
Mar 23, 2011
Ralph Allen Jones left a comment for Daniel Coleman
"Good Morning Daniel, Welcome to the American Woodworker and we hope you continue coming back for there are a lot of nice folks on each and every forum to help you through."
Mar 23, 2011

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John Morris replied to Daniel Coleman's discussion Another New Old Guy---Dan the Younger
"I welcomed you on your page Dan, but welcome again buddy! And thanks for the attachment on your newsletter, very nice! Thank you again sir, for being a part of our network. I am glad your here. John"
Mar 22, 2011

Site Admin
John Morris left a comment for Daniel Coleman
"Welcome to The American Woodworker Daniel! Thank you for joining up with us,I hope to see you around here more and share your projects. Also, my hat off to teachers, you guys have the patience of Joab! Thanks again for joining up! John"
Mar 22, 2011

Site Admin
John Moody replied to Daniel Coleman's discussion Another New Old Guy---Dan the Younger
"Glad to have you guys here. If you think keeping up with all of the Dan's is hard, try keeping up with all of John's on this site."
Mar 22, 2011
Dan Wyatt replied to Daniel Coleman's discussion Another New Old Guy---Dan the Younger
"Hey Younger Dan that looks older than the older Dan, ho ho   Man I am glad you took my advice and joined up on this site as it looks like fun.    Younger Dan and I go back to the mid 70s or so as he and I taught Industrial Tech. in…"
Mar 22, 2011
Daniel Coleman replied to Daniel Coleman's discussion Another New Old Guy---Dan the Younger
"Attached is my latest project for the guild.  I hope it opens for you."
Mar 22, 2011
Ace HoleInOne replied to Daniel Coleman's discussion Another New Old Guy---Dan the Younger
"Welcome young/new/old/another Dan guy!   I hear you on the old machines....   I purchased an old Power King lathe. Tore it down, cleaned and reassembled. Fortunately is was is great shape. Works fine, it has been reborn and has new life…"
Mar 22, 2011

Profile Information

Please tell us about yourself.
Retired QC and Certified Welding Inspector and past Industrial Arts teacher.
Please describe your main woodworking interests.
My main interest is older woodworking power tools. I do a little turning and other small projects. "After teaching several years, you feel like you have made a thousand projects."
How did you find The Patriot Woodworker
Link from another site.

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At 5:46am on March 23, 2011,
Site Admin
John Moody
said…

Daniel, Welcome to The American Woodworker. We are excited to have you join our site and look forward to the input you will have. I am looking forward to following and learning about the restoration for you and some of the others on the older woodworking tools.

 

Hope you find this a friendly site and one you look forward to coming to.

At 4:00am on March 23, 2011, Ralph Allen Jones said…

Good Morning Daniel,

Welcome to the American Woodworker and we hope you continue coming back for there are a lot of nice folks on each and every forum to help you through.

At 8:45pm on March 22, 2011,
Site Admin
John Morris
said…

Welcome to The American Woodworker Daniel! Thank you for joining up with us,I hope to see you around here more and share your projects. Also, my hat off to teachers, you guys have the patience of Joab!

Thanks again for joining up!

John

At 9:57am on March 22, 2011, Richard McComas said…
WelcomeDaniel! It's always nice to have a new member. Glad to have you here. We are looking forward  to your input, questions and pictures. We like pictures. Picture don't have to be about woodworking. Just anything of interest in your neck of the woods.Delete Comment
 
 
 

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