Fredericton, NB, CA
A couple o weeks ago, my 11 year old asked me if I could make him a wooden machine gun. I'm not big on kids having replica guns but I loved playing cops and robbers as a kid so I caved and decided to make him one quickly using some scrap pine on the bandsaw. He was completely awestruck and really enjoyed helping me design it and cut it out. I let him use the rasp to shape the barrel and paint it. It was a really enjoyable experience that I'd love to relive with a project from this book. Count me in.
I've been following this blog with great interest. Thank you for blogging on your plane build process, it was very informative.
I've read great things about this DVD and I'd love to have a copy.
I've always wanted to try veneering. I'd love to have this book to give me some guidance.
I've thumbed through this book several times and it's full of great stuff and beautiful pictures. I'd love to have a copy for myself. Count me in!
I have a benchtop drill press, jointer and planer.
I'm fairly happy with the 12" drill press and honestly haven't needed anything bigger despite having made some large furniture projects. The model(Mastercraft)I have is pretty cheap and has a lot of runout though.
The 12-1/2" Dewalt DW734 lunchbox planer is awesome. I works great and fulfills all my needs.
I have a small Delta benchtop jointer. I think it's called the JT160. This was a purchase made because I went through the classic what to buy first, planer or jointer scenario. My wife solved that issue by buying me both at the same time but I've outgrown the jointer. Though it works very well for waht it is, the beds are really too short for making furniture parts. It would be perfect if someone was just into small box making but it's just not long enough to properly flatten long boards. I've needed to break out the handplanes on several occasions due to the limitations of the jointer. It'll do until I can buy a large 8" unit.
Lie Nielsen videos rock, I want this one!
Vey cool cover. I want it, please
I've been having a heck of a time trying to resaw with my saw. The blade wanders in the cut even after adjusting for drift. Perhaps this book will help. Count me in.
I restored an old dresser that was passed down to me from my mother. I don;t know how old it is but after removing several coats of gaudy paint, it ended up being beautiful maple underneath with nice dovetailed drawers. There was a great deal of learning involved in the project and I still get a sense of pride everytime I look at it.
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