My grandson who's 13 thinks I'm really odd. He has no idea how well people got along before cell phones came to be. I don't feel the need to make or receive calls when I'm not home, so I'm happy. We keep a land line for the faxing I need to do and we pay $22 a month for it. Is there a cell...Last Post By: ray hampton Yesterday, 4:32 PM
I just finished looking at old threads about BBQ's. The weber seemed to be the choice in '05/'06. Is this still the case, or is there a new best choice? I just need a basic, medium size gas BBQ that runs on natural gas. I think I want stainless burners and grates, since I have had problems...Last Post By: Ole Anderson Today, 8:21 AM
Hi guys. If I was going to buy some stones that are even finer than 6000, what grit would you suggest? I was reading old posts on sharpening and someone suggested going as far 16,000 grit. Is it ok to jump that far in one step (from 6000 directly to 16,000)or should I use another grit in between? ...Last Post By: Andrew Pitonyak Yesterday, 9:37 PM
thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/grizzly-track-saw-review/ Well, Marc did a rather good review of the Grizzly Track saw and I have to say I'm on the fence about it after this. The wobble and spring are my biggest problem. Any thoughts? DC doesn't bother me, I would use it outside anyways and...Last Post By: Art Mann Today, 12:48 PM
I've got an old wooden jointer plane with a blade that I have never been able to sharpen satisfactorily. I just bought a bench grinder and have given it another try. It seemed to take longer to grind than my other blades, and after that is taking much more time and effort to sharpen on my stones. I...Last Post By: Chris Griggs Today, 12:10 PM
I have a chance to buy a Craftsman jointer that looks like the fence & Bed are rusty. I haven't seen it in person, just a pic, don't have much info other than it belonged to someone's father who died & he rarely used it, and they aren't really interested in woodworking/carpentry. I thought I...Last Post By: Mark Kay Yesterday, 11:28 PM
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Yeah, it's definitely not that old. It's probably 1900 or so, just as a guess.
Could very well be a second line saw. I'll measure the taper
I live on 3.2 acres with no close neighbors, I want advice on ways to exhaust sanding dust out a window of my woodturning shop. I have looked at exhaustBreck Whitworth Today, 2:18 PM
If you go by the flag, it was made around the time of the Civil War as W. Virginia was the 35th state.
That is doubtful.