I have a Hammer slider with a metric system installed on the fence. It's actually a much easier way to cut things and even build. Why haven't we simply adopted the metric system in the USA? It would prove much easier to figure fractions for those folks who are fraction challenged.Last Post By: William Adams Today, 1:52 PM
I've been wanting to purchase some proper mortise chisels for some time. The Ray Iles mortise chisels were always at the top of my list. I also considered the Lie-Nielsen mortise chisels, but I'm not a big fan of the socket handles. I have a full set of their bench chisels and the handles are...Last Post By: Joel Moskowitz Today, 2:30 PM
I'm currently in the market for a 16" jointer. Right now I am leaning towards a SCM f410. But, I am a research adict and before I make a purchase of just about anything, I like to know as much as possible. In this case I am very aware of the used market from IRS auctions to eBay and craigslist...Last Post By: Rich Riddle Today, 2:35 PM
Building my 2nd CNC first, I hope. I have been researching for over a year, read a thousand threads and articles, and am hopefully building my 'second machine' for my first. There is still a ton to learn and that process will probably never stop. Of this I am certain, I will be in new territory...Last Post By: David Falkner Yesterday, 11:28 PM
Move it and save space (Votes: 4)
Keep it in it's own Table (Votes: 21)
I've been in timber framing since the late 80's, now retired and a large portion of my kit of edge tools has been late 19th to early 20th century AmericanRoger Nair Today, 5:47 PM
I have both Titebond III and the yellow (original?) on my bench and it depends on the color of the wood. III looks a bit better with darker woods.John Keeton Today, 5:45 PM
Pssht - when it comes to metal working, the Dwarves know better.
I purchase my stones from Misty Mountains Natural Whetstones Co. exclusively,
I don't know the answer to your question, but wanted to comment on not seeing any laminated style western chisels.