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  1. So I picked this particular electric saw up earlier this week. Ordered it from Amazon on the 2nd of this month. Just got the bar oil today and was able to give it a go. Its honestly pretty powerful for an "ELECTRIC" chain saw. I would far prefer the cutting power of gas but how ever I didn't feel like messing around with gas saws and the maitnence. Seeing that I was just going to be using this for cutting down blanks to a more workable size. I used it this afternoon and I was quite impressed with it anyway it felt pretty decent was a bit nerve racking because it felt like it just wanted
  2. I made a purchase early on when I had first purchased my Wen 12 by 18 inch variable speed bench top lathe. I didn't even bother to look at the size of the banjo tool rest holder dimensions which now knowing that was 1 inch in diameter. How ever I made a a mistake buy as I said well a couple of them the harbor freight lathe being one of them. I bought a set of 4 tool rests from Amazon. Come to find out they work and fit on my Delta lathe perfectly. So in the long run now I'm glad I bought them even though I had no idea 2 or three months ago that I was going to buy a delta. So the tool res
  3. This morning watching the news I came across this story, Amazon recently offering training for jobs for Ex Military and Veterans. According to the story YOU will be able to use your VA benefits to pay for the training. https://www.amazon.jobs/en/landing_pages/mil-apprentice
  4. First of May already. I am so ready for warm weather. Our Patriot Turners- Lots of cool activity this week by our turners! @Jim from Easy Wood Tools was so impressed with @HandyDan's inside out cross project that he created a PDF instruction set. Jim was kind enough to post it for all of us to use. Thanks Dan for the original post- The PDF can be downloaded from Jim's post, here- There was a discussion generated from last week's "Wednesday's..." post about the skew chisel by @Mijohnson1984. @Gerald was kind enough to sea
  5. Doing nothing this morning I thought I would compare Amazon and Wood Carvers Supply with the same 1/8"bits I use all the time since Woodcarvers supply has the original numbers beside their numbers in their catalog.. These pictured on the left side of the page are the ones I use most ll the time... the 1/4" bits are too big for getting into tight places but some are okay for starting the process. I think I ordered these in the middle of 2015 so they have lasted through all my clocks and still look like new once I get them out of the bottle of lacquer thinner and clean them up with a real fine b
  6. Well I did it again. I perused Amazon books this past weekend and found some wonderful book about Shaker Furniture. I know our admin John Moody loves Shaker too! I am hooked on Amazon Used Books, you can purchase virtually any book used on Amazon at a fraction of the cost of a new book, great for us, not so great for the original author and publishers. But hey, your keeping small independent used book stores across the nation busy and cash flowing! So there is an upside to the supply side of this. Here is another book I purchased through Amazon at this link: The following books
  7. I decided to rearrange my air line at the main bench, and while at it put in a pressure regulator (pinners want lower pressure). Went looking on Amazon, got fooled first by "air regulator" (turned out to be just a ball valve, advertised as flow regulator, waste of money) before I found this: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IDCYKEY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. At just over $10, it's really inexpensive. Has metal bracket, mounts to wall quite nicely, and also acts as shut off. Instructions are backward, but I think that's because it was made 180 degrees around the
  8. It's hard to get giddy about something as mundane as a caulk gun, but after years (literally, I'm 68 after all) of using them and making huge messes (while expanding my vocabulary greatly) I bought this one a few months back when i read about it on one of these forums. Not quite Festool priced for a caulk gun, but worth every penny. When you let up on the handle, the caulk really does stop flowing. It has some kind of spring arrangement in the pusher rod that allows it to relax once the trigger is released...the dang thing really works great. It has some other neat features, but they are less
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  11. Just discovered that Amazon has a program called "Amazon Smiles". Signup is free and they will donate a percentage of your order to a cause you pick. Mine is- Home For Our Troops. If you use Amazon a lot, check it out! http://smile.amazon.com/about
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