Thanks for letting me know, Sonny. I'm off in search of kerosene and paste wax, then, after work. Funny things to be looking for just so I can drill some wood...
If you cant find the Johnson's, Trewax is another brand. Or the Topcote products.
"Ever notice how good enough, is usually neither good nor enough?"
A band saw for me. Although I owned a table saw for many years, I just discovered that a band saw is the most versatile tool in the shop. With regards to safety, I find it less dangerous. All you have to do is set it up correctly.
A table saw is a definite must-have especially for straight cutting. For me, it is less forgiving and more dangerous. Safety first when operating one.
A band saw for me. Limitless possibilities. It can turn visions into reality.
Have you tried here:
What size is the spindle, perhaps another brand could be made to fit, lots of Shopsmith parts around.
Perhaps a light background punched into the wood.
Small clouds may add to the art work and cover the little problem.
So, I'm in the process of building an oak bed frame. Did quite a bit of it along with some help from my dad, who's a carpenter by trade, but also got some advice from some...
Have to agree with your choice here.
hi there. i'm adam and i am a woodworking newbie. great to be here with the rest of the woodworkers like me.