i started this piece on january 15th. i have diligently recorded the process. i hope you enjoy watching this come together. i'll post a few photos over time. it starts with me gluing three pieces of white pine to make one solid block........Last Post By: randall rosenthal Today, 10:23 AM
My SO wants a bass guitar. And I'm getting bored watching the lacquer cure on the other guitar. :) I took some 1:1 scaled drawings of bass guitars, glued them to 1/4" MDF, and started cutting templates. The neck and back are completed, with the exception of the neck heel. I don't want to cut...Last Post By: Shawn Pixley Today, 1:18 PM
In my wife's hospital room a few weeks ago I noticed these receptacles: I was always taught that the ground plug should be on the bottom. To me any other way just looks wrong. Hospitals often require one of the highest level of commercial work. 12 outlets and none of them being used! Please...Last Post By: Dave Richards Today, 11:10 AM
Well.........my 2015 Grizzly catalog arrived today........been looking forward to getting it, because, for a few weeks, without any specific knowledge about it, I just had this inner feeling that there might be a new lathe model this year.........nah, maybe just a thought, but wait maybe that...Last Post By: John Keeton Today, 1:33 PM
Hi, I have a 50 watt Chinese laser. Haven't had it very long. Today I was burning some things, then all of a sudden....no laser. Like no power to laser. Power supply fan and light working. I'm wondering about the water sensor. I have the brass and silver red cap kind. I'm wondering if maybe it...Last Post By: Jeffrey Michael Wilson Yesterday, 10:38 PM
Right now, I've only got one hand sander and I use it for almost everything. It's a Dewalt D26453 variable speed RO with 3/32" stroke. http://www.dewalt.com/tools/woodworking-sanders-random-orbital-sanders-d26453k.aspx It's OK. Of course, I have very little to compare it with although I've...Last Post By: jack duren Today, 1:32 PM
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I use a small Veritas inset vise - on rare occasion.
It's nice to have the feature, in an unobtrusive package.
Maybe it's just the