Search:

Type: Posts; User: Lee Schierer; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 1.32 seconds.

  1. All of us that signed up to serve whether we saw...

    All of us that signed up to serve whether we saw combat or not endured family separations, missing important family events due to duty requirements and any one of use could have at any time been put...
  2. Replies
    15
    Views
    333

    Frankly, unless there is a physical reason why...

    Frankly, unless there is a physical reason why you can replace the valve completely with a new one, I wouldn't trust the glue not to give out without warning or fail the next time you try to turn it...
  3. Replies
    3
    Views
    229

    A little lubrication on that acme thread and...

    A little lubrication on that acme thread and oilite washer from time to time will prolong the life of the vise.
  4. Replies
    25
    Views
    666

    I would locate the studs in the wall behind and...

    I would locate the studs in the wall behind and on the right side. I would make pocket hole type hole so they come out of the back edge about 1/2" from the top surface, leaving plenty of wood...
  5. Replies
    14
    Views
    4,818

    Bear in mind that the original thread is nearly...

    Bear in mind that the original thread is nearly 1-1/2 years old......I suggest you change your editor preferences in your user control panel to the standard editor to eliminate the funny characters....
  6. Replies
    8
    Views
    383

    We have a variety of coasters with cork. The...

    We have a variety of coasters with cork. The ceramic ones have the cork on the bottom. The wooden ones have the cork in the glass recess on the top.
  7. Replies
    24
    Views
    725

    That only works if you are in your shop everyday...

    That only works if you are in your shop everyday and also remember to turn the wheel. Personally, I just release the tension and then set the tension again the next time I use the saw.

    Since band...
  8. Replies
    4
    Views
    265

    I would check that the centrifugal switch in the...

    I would check that the centrifugal switch in the end of the motor is working properly. Sawdust can accumulate and interfere with the proper operation of the switch. There may be nothing wrong with...
  9. Replies
    7
    Views
    346

    You can wipe mineral spirits on the surface and...

    You can wipe mineral spirits on the surface and it will show what it will look like when finished and leave no lasting effect.
  10. Replies
    12
    Views
    536

    It depends on how much labor you want to devote...

    It depends on how much labor you want to devote to the project. Milling your own materials adds a lot of time to a project. If you have a good source where you can purchase kiln dried S4S lumber of...
  11. Replies
    5
    Views
    224

    Depending on your budget for the project you can...

    Depending on your budget for the project you can use wooden toy axle pegs which are pennies each
    423730
    or you can get into small metal drawer pulls for jewelry boxes.
    423731
  12. Replies
    16
    Views
    694

    I use pentel .5 mm mechanical pencils with HB...

    I use pentel .5 mm mechanical pencils with HB polymer lead, the lead never needs sharpening.
  13. What does the exhaust vent run between the fan...

    What does the exhaust vent run between the fan and the wall look like?

    Are you sure it is a dripping sound and not the pipe expanding?
  14. Replies
    8
    Views
    260

    Can you put some rubber in the groove to deaden...

    Can you put some rubber in the groove to deaden the contact surface so bearing noise doesn't transmit to the wood.
  15. Replies
    19
    Views
    637

    No need to figure compound angles. Watch this...

    No need to figure compound angles. Watch this video and you will see the best way to cut crown molding. How to Cut crown molding. The same procedure will work on a table saw as well.
  16. I would avoid any contact with water as the...

    I would avoid any contact with water as the exposed cast iron will rust almost instantly.
  17. Replies
    8
    Views
    260

    Steve, I have no experience with these bearings,...

    Steve, I have no experience with these bearings, but they look pretty good. I found these and other sources with a google search for large lazy susan bearingsRubber pads between the bearing and the...
  18. Replies
    20
    Views
    772

    I noticed that he had considerable sawdust on the...

    I noticed that he had considerable sawdust on the top of the table that was carried all the way around by the blade. His design would work even better if he left the far end of the tube open so that...
  19. Replies
    19
    Views
    670

    You can cut the concave surfaces by hand with a...

    You can cut the concave surfaces by hand with a curved scraper. They also make a curved surform tool that works like a hand plane that will cut a concave surface on your boards.
    423493
  20. Replies
    12
    Views
    447

    Very nice. Don't worry about the weight it will...

    Very nice. Don't worry about the weight it will make it last longer. I like the continuing grain on the drawer fronts.
  21. Replies
    8
    Views
    416

    Knape and vogt make good slides with and without...

    Knape and vogt make good slides with and without soft close. Their 8450 soft close slides are pretty economical, they work well and are straight forward to install. They have become my favorite...
  22. Replies
    3
    Views
    164

    Is there a reason why you want each drawer face...

    Is there a reason why you want each drawer face to have 1-1/4" overlap on the stiles on each side? Why not just reduce the overlap of the drawer faces to 1/2-3/4" per side?

    I generally make...
  23. Replies
    52
    Views
    1,906

    My only shop furniture other than a work mate is...

    My only shop furniture other than a work mate is a multi function stool. It can also serve a a support for long pieces I'm ripping on my TS. A support for my large crosscut sled. A place to...
  24. Replies
    46
    Views
    1,697

    I have a bench mounted drill press and it does...

    I have a bench mounted drill press and it does 95% of the work that I would like to do on a drill press. There have been a few times it would have been nice to have a floor mounter one. It was free...
  25. Replies
    31
    Views
    789

    The stains resemble iron stains on oak. You might...

    The stains resemble iron stains on oak. You might want to try https://www.finewoodworking.com/2018/10/10/remove-iron-stains-wood

    Before you cut up the floor. You might need to remove the floor...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4