• Recent Articles

  • Recent Article Comments Widget

  • Hottest Threads

    Roger Chandler

    G0766 ... they're on their way!!!

    Thread Starter: Roger Chandler

    :D Just got word from CS @ Grizzly that the G0766 lathes have left the factory and are in fact "en route" and the expected delivery date for my unit is now ......get this, a week earlier May 15th! :) Now, I know there are some others who were expecting to have it shipped on May 22nd as...

    Last Post By: Mike Goetzke Today, 8:53 AM Go to last post
    Matt McCoy

    Glowforge 3D Laser Printer

    Thread Starter: Matt McCoy

    Here's a New York Times article about the new laser Dan Shapiro and Glowforge are developing in Seattle. They call it a 3D laser printer and plan to sell it for $2,000 with friendly, but powerful, cloud-based software. "To cut costs, Glowforge has found ways to substitute sophisticated ...

    Last Post By: Wilbur Harris Yesterday, 10:25 PM Go to last post
    Brian Holcombe

    Cabinet build

    Thread Starter: Brian Holcombe

    Hello Walnut! ....Never again! Not flat

    Last Post By: Brian Holcombe Today, 8:35 AM Go to last post
    Jim Underwood

    Jet 1642 Motor gone bad

    Thread Starter: Jim Underwood

    Welp. It finally happened. Sometime last year I began to hear a noise in the motor of my Jet EVS 1642. Of course it was just out of warranty. I bought it May of 2009 and started realizing the noise sometime last fall or so... Well Saturday I was in the shop turning some coffee table legs and the...

    Last Post By: Jim Underwood Yesterday, 8:12 PM Go to last post
    Jeff Ford

    110 vs 220

    Thread Starter: Jeff Ford

    Purchasing a new lathe and have the choice between 110v and 220v for the same price. Will run a dedicated line to where the lathe will sit. I am leaning towards the 220 option but would like opinions from others on why this may be the right way to go. Thanks

    Last Post By: Bill Reibelt Yesterday, 9:59 PM Go to last post
    rudy de haas

    Need some quick advice on router vs shaper

    Thread Starter: rudy de haas

    I have been looking at various options for getting a solid router set-up to make things like wainscotting panels and not been very happy with the choices that have come up. However, right now there's a guy selling a (he says) nearly new King 351S shaper for far too much but, you know, maybe... it...

    Last Post By: Joe Calhoon Yesterday, 10:28 AM Go to last post