PM sent. Fingers crossed.
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PM sent. Fingers crossed.
Glad I'm not the only one. :D
Couple of used machines, couple of new ones, box full of hand tools, big stack of lumber... I'm probably hovering around $5000 if I'm honest with myself. Take off a...
Very cool! Looks heavy. I like it.
Of course they offer it now. I just received my order of inlay tools last week and don't get paid until the end of the month, so I'll miss this one. First world problems... :D
Saw has been located. Thanks to all who replied!
Pete, no hurry. I'm leaving this ad up until I find something I like, so let me know what you find!
Jim, I'm up for anything. I'd love a D8, but I'm really just looking looking for a good saw to...
I'm looking for a good "usable" D8 with the thumbhole handle somewhere in the 4 to 5 1/2 tooth range. "Usable" can mean anything from a good saw that needs cleaning and sharpening to something you've...
Less can really be more! Post some photos of your new space when you get it going!
$2,500? You've got plenty of funds if you go used.
Table Saw - I paid $250 for my craftsman 113 saw (and it was overpriced at that)
Bandsaw - $250 for a Delta 14"
Planer - $399 for a Dewalt...
Wow! Amazing work. Thanks for sharing the process with us. What's next? :D
There was a Tannewitz U around here recently that sold for $1,500. Seller claimed it was 5 hp single phase, so it technically would have fit your criteria. Good beginner's saw! :D
I can't seem to...
Email sent on the Keen Kutter coping saw.
In a word, WOW! Thanks for taking the time to answer (and bring up) so many questions!
Amazing work! Is the design yours? Impressive even if it's not, but I've never seen drawers like that!
Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing it with us.
Fine design and craftsmanship, but major kudos for being a great person and helping out!
Neat to see something like this, as I had no idea how these things were made or what they looked like before upholstery. Great work on your part and my compliments to the upholsterer as well. Thanks...
Amazing design, wood, and craftsmanship. Nicely done!
If you've never used a #8 before, either buy it and accept the fact that you'll love it more than the rest of your planes, or stick your head in the sand and convince yourself that you'll never need...
I'll add another "Wow" comment on your color matching job. Nice work! Looks very clean.
I'd buy one tomorrow if it came with that snazzy vest/bell bottom outfit!
Awesome project! Thanks for the photo epic!
Ok, THAT is cool! Nice work!