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    Patrick Walsh

    Woodpeckers drill press table..

    Thread Starter: Patrick Walsh

    I purchasd one in a pinch today. I went to Woodcraft to gather the parts needed to make my own. After some himming and howing a very nice sales rep pointed out Woodpeckers had one fully made right over here. This sounded like the move as i realy have no interest nor the time to make one. Well it...

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    Roger Feeley

    Remembering to de-tension your bandsaw Blade

    Thread Starter: Roger Feeley

    Here's something I did years ago to avoid forgetting to de-tension my bandsaw. I mounted a small microswitch so that the tension lever turned on some work lights when the blade is under tension. The light is not switched with the shop lights. When I leave the shop, I turn off the lights and it's...

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    Van Huskey

    A new player in the steel spined 14" bandsaw game

    Thread Starter: Van Huskey

    Grizzly is going to release a new 14" steel bandsaw. While they have been quiet on this front for a while letting their G0457/G0778 soldier on and still selling what must be a ton of their fleshed out high value cast clone line they seem poised to give the other big players in this niche (namely...

    Last Post By: Van Huskey Today, 5:58 PM Go to last post
    Kris Cook

    Traditional European Workbench Build

    Thread Starter: Kris Cook

    Hello - I joined the site yesterday and posted in the general forum. I thought I would post pictures of my workbench project here. I have been wanting a good workbench for many years. I finally have the tools and space to get it done. We shall see about the time component. I was working out...

    Last Post By: William Fretwell Today, 10:22 AM Go to last post
    Alan Schaffter

    New Woodworking Bench (Parts I & II of II)

    Thread Starter: Alan Schaffter

    Way back in Sept '07 after completing new extension and outfeed tables for my tablesaw, I said that my next project was going to be a relatively traditional woodworking bench based on a design by Lon Schleining which was first published in FWW a few years ago (see the copy on my extension table) ....

    Last Post By: Alan Schaffter Yesterday, 9:51 PM Go to last post
    steven c newman

    Roman Workbench?

    Thread Starter: steven c newman

    Just got through watching St.Roy and Herr Schwarz showing how to use a Roman Era workbench. Then they also showed one that was from 1500s..... IF you like sitting down on the job, the Roman version might be the ticket. I guess versions are still in use in Estonia? At least it was worth...

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