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Kevin Beitz

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  1. I got a load of China plywood. I would be scared to try it.
  2. I really wanted a ringmaster but I did not have the $$$ to play with. So I made one. The hardest part was finding something to use for the cutters. also using it the first few time finding the right angles. I really like the center hole because I put all the rings on my work bench and bolt it down through my bench using that hole for the glue up.
  3. I'm going to bend the frame for more wrap around. I'm thinking I will add another handle also.
  4. Found these in the junkyard today. The screwdriver is a Starrett . The chisel I think was a Foot Operated Mortiser Cutter Bit. I made a handle for it before I googled it. The Hand saw I want to make a lathe wire burner out of it.
  5. These work great. The shelf it's self holds the pins in the holes.
  6. I still have my first car (year ?) and my first truck (1967)...
  7. So many different kinds of paper... Types of paper (Gathering term; do not assign) . Types of paper by fiber patterns . SN: Gathering term, do not use; index under narrower term. .. Laid papers ... Antique laid papers ... Modern laid papers .. Wove papers . Types of paper by method of manufacture . SN: Gathering term, do not use; index under narrower term. .. Handmade papers .. Machine-made papers .. Mould-made papers .. SN: Use for .. "an imitation hand-made paper ... made on a cylinder or cylindrical mould revolving in a vat of pulp," .. Labarre, 167. . Types of paper by presence or absence of sizing . SN: Gathering term, do not use; index under narrower term. .. Sized papers .. Unsized papers . Types of paper by uses or names . SN: Gathering term, do not use; index under narrower term. . Includes names of specific kinds of papers created for . specific uses; often, but not always, the use is suggested . by the name of the paper, e.g., Currency papers. Many . papers' names are arbitrary; some are related to use, content, inventor, manufacturer, color, size, or other feature. The present thesaurus contains only the more common names and includes no commercial brand names. This category does not include decorated papers, since decorations are features of papers. .. Bag papers .. Bark papers .. Bible papers .. Bill papers .. Blotting papers .. Blueprint papers .. Bond papers .. Book papers .. Box enamels .. SN: Use for highly glazed, inexpensive papers, coated on one .. side only. .. Bright enamels .. SN: Use for highly polished calendered papers, coated on one .. side only; usually used for labels. .. Brush enamels .. SN: Use for papers coated on one side, brush polished, with a .. brilliant surface; usually used for cigar labels and box .. coverings. .. Butter papers .. Canvas note papers .. SN: Use for papers embossed to imitate canvas. .. Carbolic papers .. SN: Use for strong packing papers containing carbolic acid as .. an insect repellent. .. Carbon papers .. Cardboard .. Cellophanes .. Chart papers .. Cheque papers .. China papers .. SN: Use for soft, unsized, very thin papers, generally made in .. China from bamboo fibers, used for proofing papers for .. plate printing, for lithographic prints, and for transfer .. paper. .. Chromo papers .. SN: Use for papers heavily coated, usually on one side only, .. used in lithography. .. Cobbs .. SN: Use for good quality endpapers, decorated in various ways, .. often drab colored and sprinkled. .. Computer papers .. Cover papers .. Crayon papers .. SN: Use for inexpensive heavy drawing papers or cardboards in .. various colors with a rough surface on one side, glazed on .. the other. .. Crepe papers .. Currency papers .. Diaphanic papers .. SN: Use for a lithographed paper applied to windows to imitate .. stained glass. .. Duplex papers .. SN: Use for papers with different colors, textures, or finish .. on the two sides. .. Duplicating papers .. Etching papers ... Esparto grass fibers .. Flock papers .. Glassine .. Grocery papers .. Half-plate papers .. SN: Use for soft-textured papers used for woodcuts. .. Halftone papers .. India proof papers .. SN: Use for straw-colored, soft, absorbent, unsized, very thin .. papers, usually used for steel plate or wood engraving and .. pasted onto a heavier stock. .. Japan vellum .. SN: Use for a thick, sturdy, long-fibered, cloudy paper, .. usually in a cream or natural color. .. Japanese copying papers .. SN: Use for a thin, strong, durable, long-fibered paper. .. Kraft papers .. SN: Use for a coarse, heavy wood-pulp paper, usually brown, .. used for bags, wrapping, or envelopes. .. Lace-papers .. SN: Use for a white, usually wood-pulp paper, used to make .. doilies, valentines, or box laces. .. Leatherette .. SN: Use for any paper with a mechanically produced grain which .. looks like leather, usually used over boards in binding. .. Ledger papers .. Lithographic papers .. SN: Use for papers suitable for lithographic printing. .. Loan papers .. SN: Use for very sturdy, high quality, sized, wove papers. .. Magazine papers .. Manifold papers .. SN: Use for thin papers used for copies, interleaving with .. carbon papers, usually for typewriter use. .. Manilla papers .. Music papers .. Newsprint .. Papier Ingres .. SN: Use for a sturdy French mould-made paper for drawing, .. especially with charcoal or crayon. .. Papier maché .. Parchment .. SN: Use for paper manufactured to simulate parchment. .. Parchmoid .. SN: Use for a greaseproof wrapping paper. .. Perfumed papers .. Pergamyn .. SN: Use for a glazed greaseproof wrapping paper. .. Photographic papers ... Developing papers ... Printing-out papers .. Plate papers .. SN: Use for thick, soft, high-quality (usually linen or cotton) .. printing papers, especially for use in engraving or wood .. block printing. .. Porcelain papers .. SN: Use for thick transparent paper which looks like celluloid, .. especially used for greeting cards. .. Programme papers .. SN: Use for papers primarily used for programs, especially a .. soft, relatively unsized paper that makes little noise when .. folded or crinkled. .. Quadrille .. SN: Use for .. "paper ruled or pressed on the surface, or in watermark, with small squares"; .. Labarre, 217; especially used in philately or drafting. .. Railway buffs .. SN: Use for cheap buff-colored paper. .. Ream wrappers .. Rice papers .. SN: Use for papers "cut from the pith of a small tree" from .. Formosa; Dictionary of Paper, 372; do not use as a .. designation for oriental handmade papers. .. Security papers .. SN: Use for high-quality papers used for bonds, stocks, or .. other certificates, often with a distinctive feature in .. them for safety, to prevent counterfeiting. .. Silver papers .. SN: Use for a silver-colored coated paper. .. Sketching papers .. Stencil papers .. Stereotyping papers .. Text papers .. Tissue papers .. Tracing papers .. Transfer papers .. Typewriter papers .. Vellum .. SN: Use for papers manufactured to simulate real vellum. .. Wallpapers .. Waxed papers .. Wrapping papers .. Writing papers
  8. The night before I could not sleep thinking about using and old hack saw or coping saw for just that same thing. But I decided to try the easy way first being that I had no experience with this and I'm glad I did. It seems that the wire needs to wrap around the wood to get it hot enough to burn. I now don't think a wire in a saw will work very good. Even with a lot of slack in the wire I don't think you would get enough warp around the part to burn.
  9. Just a chunk of wire between two wood handles... Wrap around your spinning part and pull until it burns.
  10. I got bored and made a wire burner for my lathe today... I used spring or Music wire.
  11. Neat little story..... Metal lathe... I took an extra 8" 3 jaw chuck and made a mount for it to fit in my tail stock for working on small thin parts. One of the first time I used it I put in a 18" x 3/8" steel rod. I had the speed set to high. When I turned it on the rod wound up like a spring. The weight of the chuck was to much for the rod to handle... Well that din't work.
  12. I make slab benches and tables mostly from white pine. The pine Beatles makes lots of tunnels in my wood. I like using red wood sanding dust to fill my holes. It makes them stand out. I give up trying to hide them.
  13. That's what I do... It always surprises me how much glue it takes to mix up a cup of sawdust.
  14. I've done this with the grindings off my metal cutting band saw. I sprinkle the metal grindings on the wood and then take a sprinkle can and put water on it for over night. Works great with Oak. The acid in the wood reacts with the metals and gives a stain look to the wood. Almost looks like a tree with a old nail in it.
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