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  1. New Member Introductions
    Hi, Someone asked if they should buy a planer first or a jointer. I would buy the jointer first,this way you can build OK projects. If you buy a 6 inch jointer it says you can use it as a planer,not a very good idea. Brady
  2. Wood Scrolling
    Which is better for making playscale (Barbie, G.I. Joe) furniture, a scroll saw or a band saw? I need to have the ability to make straight and curved cuts in order to make Chippendale and Queen Anne chair seats, arms and backs. I also need to be able to make cabriole legs, which I have seen some...
  3. Jigs and Fixtures
    After the mess of drilling holes for euro hinges in MDF, I decided I needed to get a handle on dust control for the drill press. I purchased a 2 1/2" Flexform Hose that can be bent and contorted to a variety of positions. That was the easy part. The hard part was trying to puzzle out the best...
  4. Tools and Woodworking
    Hi all You cant take out what you don't put in eh? So as promised a month or two ago as I was researching my design for the drill press i was about to make, here are the images of what I ended up building. Stability was rated as important by both all the threads I read on the topic and from my...
  5. Tools and Woodworking
    They say old arn is a slippery slope So, while perusing Craigslist, I found this Delta 1945 DP220 drill press. I had to have it after restoring a Delta metal/wood band saw. Our Grand daughter was riding her horse in barrel racing competition, so I dropped my Wife off 1/2 the way there and...
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