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    Patrick Walsh

    Vintage Martin T75 restoration

    Thread Starter: Patrick Walsh

    So I have a opportunity to purchase the above machine for a fair deal from my employer. I am aware of the phenolic guides being pop riveted I the the sliding table along with not availible for replacement. So my question is as follows to those in the know with regard to the phenolic ways....

    Last Post By: Martin Wasner Yesterday, 10:41 PM Go to last post
    Brian Holcombe

    Maka SM6-Pii

    Thread Starter: Brian Holcombe

    After a long but mainly passive search, one of these machines came up for sale near me. I plan to restore it. It runs well and the pneumatics function but it has a few points i need to address. If nothing else I can greatly admire whomever designed this machine, it leaves me in awe...

    Last Post By: Brian Holcombe Yesterday, 1:55 PM Go to last post
    Derek Cohen

    Another coffee table

    Thread Starter: Derek Cohen

    My nephew is getting married in February, and I offered to make a piece of furniture as a gift. The offer was open-ended, and the couple decided they wanted a coffee table. Their taste runs to mid century Danish, and so I sent them a bunch of example from the Internet to get the ball rolling. They...

    Last Post By: brian zawatsky Yesterday, 10:41 PM Go to last post
    Malcolm Schweizer

    I'm finally building my boat.

    Thread Starter: Malcolm Schweizer

    I lofted the station moulds for her about six years ago, but we moved to a place with less room to build a boat, so she went on hold. I have borrowed a place to build and am going to make all the bits and pieces in my shop, then assemble them in the borrowed space. This is going to be a slow...

    Last Post By: Malcolm Schweizer Yesterday, 4:03 PM Go to last post
    Alan Lightstone

    New Workshop - Need lots of good advice

    Thread Starter: Alan Lightstone

    We've just purchased a new home, and one that presents a great opportunity to design a workshop with a relatively clean slate in a great space. The home we are purchasing is near the beach, so is built up to withstand hurricanes. In fact, it's built to withstand Cat 5 hurricanes, and is easily...

    Last Post By: Alan Lightstone Today, 12:14 AM Go to last post
    Patrick Walsh

    Doug Fir Alaskan yellow cedar master build.

    Thread Starter: Patrick Walsh

    First I’ll say like all my threads this one is really gonna drag on and on. Thankfully I’m gainfully employed and I only actually have so much time to do with life what it is I prefer. I added a second or third shed dormer of the side of my bungalow a few years back. At the same time I replaced...

    Last Post By: Patrick Walsh Yesterday, 9:31 PM Go to last post