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  1. Hi gang I wanted to let you all see the new addition to the addiction, called tools and woodworking. This miter saw is from Harbor Freight. I paid less than $100 for the saw itself, $78 I think it was, which is the lowest price I had ever seen for one. I got the saw, a blade and a extended warranty (one year extension), all for a total of $136. That is about the same as I paid for the grinder which sits to the left. I am waiting on the blade to come in, for some reason they didn't come together (go figure). This is what I have been wanting/needing since I can't fit a table saw in here, so that I can make perfect straight or angled cuts, and make my turnings more complex and fun. I will have to drill a few holes and anchor it before I use it. Next on my list, a router. Gosh I need a bigger place LOL. Thanks for looking and have a great day.
  2. THis may not be "new" news, but I received, in an email, that Lee Valley has a new and improved website- https://www.leevalley.com/en-ca
  3. My old Delta iron bed (1440) is on its' last leg. Turning a bowl is painstakingly slow. The motor is strong but alas the reeves drive will not keep tension on the belt even though I've replaced the springs and belt- drive pulleys are no longer available. I thought about getting a Oneway 2000 series but it would be difficult to plugin at the homeless shelter after my divorce. Pretty much the same applies to a Powermatic. So, on my budget, I'm looking at a Jet 719500. It's a little more powerful than the old Delta and has a few other minor differences that I can work around but it looks like it might work for me. And, in November it goes on sale at a 15% discount with no shipping as there is a Jet dealer about a mile away. I guess I'm asking is there something about this lathe that should make me wary. At my age, I know it will be the last one I buy so I won't want any surprises down the road. Thanks for any input/suggestions and/or character assassinations
  4. I received my new aluminum faceplate from Easy Wood today. I was surprised how lightweight and small it was. I was expecting it to be a bit larger, but glad it is small (2" dia) I turn a lot of small pieces on my mini lathe. Of course I had to try it out. I recently cut down a small crab apple tree that has been dead for a couple of years. I salvaged what I could, a couple of pieces about 8"long and 5" dia. I looked at it closely and figured it was too far gone to be any good. My new faceplate worked great........the wood didn't. After I got down about an inch or so, I was worried that it could come apart......I quit. However I really like that faceplate. I intend to use it a lot more, it is easy to use and easy to remove.
  5. oldwoodie

    Buck Plane

    I am waiting on my new Buck brand wood plane to arrive. I couldn't pass it up for $20.00! I have one already, but thought I could display this one since it still has the box, and I need to build a larger showcase anyway. Got a few more than 20 assorted: Baileys, Stanley Baileys, Fulton, Craftsman, a Defiance model egg beater with all the bits, a Stanley label scraper, some Stanley #80 and #81's. Everything is cleaned up and sharpened, and ready to use. Oh yeah, about 10 low angle Stanleys and Craftsmans too! Question: Is Buck still in business?
  6. Each year, just before Christmas, my daughter and my grandkids come over and raid my tree ornament supply. That's my Christmas gift to them. They got 20/30 and I have another daughter that will also get about the same amount. Of course my wife gets first choice. Anyway, I just finished this one and since my wife get first choice, it is already hers
  7. I have been wanting a lathe for a long time. Of course, I don't want to spend a lot of money at first till I see if I can like it or not. Also, I know a lathe is a money pit. I would like to turn legs for small tables and make gifts. I guess I am asking for any advice you guys have? If you need more information just ask. Thanks, Don
  8. Picked this up from an email. TiteBond has updated their website. http://www.titebond.com/
  9. Needed a can storage and I had 5" at the end of these cabinets and 13" at the wall and nothing would stick out in the way.. only one can deep on the left side but hey its good enough for two eaters.... Not the same type hinges but did find some drawer pulls that matched.. I made the doors taller for there was not room for drawers on the side. I also changed the single oven and added her stained glass here and there..The cabinet add on was in about 2000 and the double oven in 2002. She has not asked for anything since then!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes I can do flat stuff but under protest and then I can worm my way out of it when necessary...
  10. Isn't new, but a good accessories for the SawStop...
  11. My old faithful PC sander for 20 years finally went belly up. I need some suggestions for a replacement. Thanks for any help.
  12. Abraham Setrakian sent me here. I have always been wanting to get into woodworking. Starting out slowly with just a table saw and a sander. I don't have big dreams, just want to make a few things here and there to sale. I also have a laser engraver, to help create images on the wood. I look forward to learning from the members in here.
  13. My old compressor that I bought back in 2002 finally died. I bought from Home Depot on sale and it was a 22 gallon upright oilless Campbell Hausfield for about $150 on sale and it came with bunch of tools like an air ratchet and air chisel that I have used many times over the years. I originally bought it so I could spray texture on the ceiling of our condo as I had scraped off the popcorn ceiling and the compressor had enough SCFM'S to handle it. I used it a lot over the years without a problem up until a few weeks back. It got a crack in the copper line that went from the pump to the tank so I repaired it and it all worked fine. Then I heard pop and a hissing sound which I found was a cracked threaded tube into the tank where the valves were. So after pulling it apart it was obvious that it was not going to be repairable. So time to get a new one. As much as I would have loved to go with a higher end oiled unit, I just did not have the resources to do it or justify it to my wife. So I settled for a smaller oilless unit from Home Depot for just under $150 including the extended 2 year warranty so it will be covered for 4 years. It is only 8 gallons and puts out enough SCFM's to cover everything I need it to do at home and in my shop. It is considerably more quiet than my old one and takes up less space and it cycles through quickly.
  14. I wanted to give a warm welcome to all the new peeps that have joined recently, I was going through the list individually, but found that more people had joined than I thought. I guess I got behind Anyway I will try to do better in the future, if any of you have questions about getting around in here or problems, just ask and I will try to help, or I will notify the powers that be, and get you the help you need. Welcome all
  15. Well, a while back, I made a box to hold what was then my small set of auger bits.... Not that bad a box, and when you open the lid.. Not too bad. But, in the year since this was made, I have more than doubled the amount of bits I have to store. Might be time to build a new box? Wood supply right now is mainly Pine. The Problem? How to arrange almost 30( or more!) bits in one box? The "box" part isn't a problem, been wanting to do dovetailed boxes again, anyway. Bits go from the small #4 up to and beyond the #20 sizes, and about every size in-between. Maybe make a few "layers" of sets? Have a feeling I may have a while to plan one out. Might as well put the Single Brain Cell Sketch Up back on-line, and see what in can conjure up. As for the "old" box? Maybe I can find another use for it.......BTW: That HUGE bit in the second picture? It is a Craftsman #22. Maybe I can take it back to sears, for a new one?
  16. Titebond has a new glue! Check it out here- http://www.titebond.com/product.aspx?id=d1b48beb-7d60-4ce7-b57b-6bf19351778b
  17. Some of these innovative ideas were fantastic
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