Search:

Type: Posts; User: Walter Mooney; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Why don't you grind the #930 into a 1-1/4"...

    Why don't you grind the #930 into a 1-1/4" scraper? Seems to me you don't have to purchase or trade for a scraper when you have the makings of one right there in front of you! 😀
  2. Plus one on the vacuum chuck. I bought a Frugal...

    Plus one on the vacuum chuck. I bought a Frugal VC at SWAT last year, and I love it. It is an incredible convenience. Don't have CBN wheels yet. Maybe this year at SWAT!
  3. Replies
    22
    Views
    2,218

    +1 for frugal vacuum chucks. Great deal, set up...

    +1 for frugal vacuum chucks. Great deal, set up and working in less than an hour. Got mine last year at SWAT, and I love it!
  4. Replies
    48
    Views
    4,825

    I have two things: You know the little...

    I have two things:

    You know the little plastic letter openers with the little blade in them that people/companies used to give away? They are great for cutting sandpaper -- just fold, crease and...
  5. Replies
    4
    Views
    848

    My guess is that the two tools with handles are...

    My guess is that the two tools with handles are small hollowing tools, for hollowing things like Christmas ornaments.
  6. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,378

    Valk, If memory serves me correctly, you have...

    Valk,

    If memory serves me correctly, you have what I believe is called a PSL beam -- parallel strand lumber beam. Highly engineered, very strong as a beam. I doubt you'll be able to draw...
  7. Replies
    163
    Views
    12,508

    Please add me to the list. Thank you!

    Please add me to the list. Thank you!
  8. Replies
    103
    Views
    8,954

    Please add me to the list. Thank you!

    Please add me to the list. Thank you!
  9. Please count me in....

    Please count me in....
  10. Please add me to the list........

    Please add me to the list........
  11. Thank you very much to the folks at CVC. Please...

    Thank you very much to the folks at CVC. Please add my name to the list.
  12. Replies
    19
    Views
    2,272

    I see a lot of DeWalt lasers on my sites. They...

    I see a lot of DeWalt lasers on my sites. They are rugged, accurate and not pricey. Pretty good value for the money. DeWalt has a green line laser, the DW089LG. I also see the PLS lasers and some...
  13. Replies
    19
    Views
    2,272

    Since you can only be in one place at one time,...

    Since you can only be in one place at one time, skip the rotary laser and get a line laser -- with both vertical and horizontal lines. Put it on a tripod and point it towards your work area. Since...
  14. I'm a supt. for a commercial general contractor. ...

    I'm a supt. for a commercial general contractor. Virtually every interior renovation project I do includes demolishing a breakroom (or kitchen) and/or copy/file areas. They are always p-lam...
  15. I too have the G0766, and I just turn the speed...

    I too have the G0766, and I just turn the speed dial down when checking my work, then turn it back up when I'm ready to go (as long as it's not too long of an interval). The rest of the time, I do...
  16. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,669

    Kent, how about eyehooks, screwed through the...

    Kent, how about eyehooks, screwed through the drywall into the rafters, with jack chain or something similar hanging from them -- the 'front' shelf support. Then a 2x4 ripped to the angle and...
  17. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,758

    An absolutely superb narrative! ...

    An absolutely superb narrative! Congratulations-- on both the wording and the lathe. Was that picture taken at SWAT this past weekend?
  18. One way to give a little more separation (from a...

    One way to give a little more separation (from a heat perspective) between the sandpaper and the foam/backer is to put an innerface pad (it's got Velcro on both sides, comes in different densities)...
  19. Replies
    141
    Views
    20,157

    I was on the phone with a gentleman at Grizzly's...

    I was on the phone with a gentleman at Grizzly's Technical Support group about an hour ago. I received my G0766 a little over week ago, and the crate was in shambles. Contents had clearly shifted...
  20. Replies
    61
    Views
    6,101

    More G0766's On The Way!

    My wife got a notification last Thursday (7/2) that our credit card had been charged for my new G0766. Didn't get the email from customer service until Sunday 7/5, saying my lathe had shipped from...
  21. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,438

    I agree with Daryl. It could be the starter...

    I agree with Daryl. It could be the starter capacitor. Have you tried to start it by spinning it by hand after turning on the switch? If it kicks on and spins normally after you've manually...
  22. Well I hope mine is included!!!!!! I've been...

    Well I hope mine is included!!!!!! I've been patiently waiting!!!;) Ordered in early April!
  23. Replies
    17
    Views
    1,960

    +1 on the starter capacitor. I had the same...

    +1 on the starter capacitor. I had the same problem with my Delta midi. But there is a "good-news" side to this. If before this your lathe did not/could not run in reverse, it can now if you...
  24. I have to agree with Mr. Wilson -- start by...

    I have to agree with Mr. Wilson -- start by lowering the temp in the attic and separating it thermally from the garage. And IMHO, you can't beat radiant barrier materials for that. Google "foam...
  25. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,228

    Wow! Not only turning skills, but...

    Wow! Not only turning skills, but picture-taking skills to match! Outstanding!
Results 1 to 25 of 71
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3