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: Pat Barry Yesterday, 11:20 PM
I ended up getting into a discussion over on YouTube on a video of Adam Savage, of Mythbusters fame, doing woodworking. He was grinding down LDF, which he said had no formaldehyde, and making tons and tons of sawdust with no dust collection and no mask. I pointed out that it was dangerous to do,...Last Post By: John Sanford Yesterday, 8:15 PM
Hello, I'm curious what everyone's thoughts are for the best cabinet table saw for under $2,000. My requirements are mostly general and begginning to intermediate wood working. I enjoy making furniture (nothing overly complex) and cut a lot of rough saw stuff (have a lot of trees that I have...Last Post By: William Mark Dulken Yesterday, 9:22 PM
So I like to strop when I sharpen, I find it helpful. Also, I use leather to strop. I have a vegan friend who is an animal rights activist who does not want to use leather to strop with on moral grounds. What is the best non animal product to suggest in the place of leather? ChrisLast Post By: Brian Holcombe Yesterday, 10:47 AM
As a Canadian its difficult to get local suppliers to bring in the variety available in the United States. In some cases the supplier does not offer a CSA Certified version for the Canadian market. Question is, have any Canadians opted to pick up tools state side? If so, what issues if any have...Last Post By: Brye Goodspeed Yesterday, 1:22 PM
Hi, I just picked up a donated 100w Chinese laser and need some help identifying and locating some stuff. One thing that would help us is identifying who built the machine. It was rebranded by TUrnkey Lasers. They are no longer in business so any type of support from them is out of the...Last Post By: Ray Scott Yesterday, 9:42 PM
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1.When I was a pro from 1970 to 1991 cabinets to millwork but mostly office furniture.
2.Table saw, vertical panel saw and radial arm saw.
Beautiful Mike! The ball and claw feet look great. Thanks so much for posting, and keep em coming.Steve Voigt Today, 1:20 AM
It is a Cherry Box that I turned from a branch that had split off of a tree and was blocking our trail when a friend and I went 4-wheeling North of North-Bay,Leo Van Der Loo Today, 1:18 AM