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  0 Thread: The Depths to which Pop Woodworking has Sunk
Post: RE: The Depths to which Pop Woodworking has Sunk

The article says it was written by the Pop Wood Review Team. With a little digging I found this statement: The Pop Wood Review Team’s product reviews and comprehensive guides are here to help yo...
cpolubin Woodworking Hand Tools 31 1,717 02-08-2024, 05:13 PM
  0 Thread: Router lift recommendations and setup
Post: RE: Router lift recommendations and setup

When I upgraded my router table I decided to go all out. Incra Master lift II (make sure to get the Incra version so you have the magnetic inset rings), Incra LS postioner with a Wonder fence and a 3 ...
cpolubin Woodworking Power Tools 26 2,369 10-19-2023, 09:49 AM
  0 Thread: End vise ???
Post: RE: End vise ???

Take a look at the Veritas inset vise. It's a smaller wagon vise that's easier to install. Might get you to where you want to be. Cliff
cpolubin Woodworking Hand Tools 17 2,025 10-16-2023, 08:08 AM
  0 Thread: What do yall think about that Rip-it?
Post: RE: What do yall think about that Rip-it?

Cliff Yes I agree with you, Just use it to dial it in, but how much do you turn the screw and what if you overturn the screw, then what? And can you use it on a bandsaw fence or a router table? I a...
cpolubin Woodworking Power Tools 43 3,375 09-04-2023, 10:12 AM
  0 Thread: What do yall think about that Rip-it?
Post: RE: What do yall think about that Rip-it?

Doug, I have one on my Pcs. I use it for two things. I can set a stop for a cut I may need to repeat. And when I'm trying to get a specific size I use the screw to dial it in. It is worth the pr...
cpolubin Woodworking Power Tools 43 3,375 08-28-2023, 10:41 AM
  0 Thread: Lee Valley and Lie-Nielsen
Post: RE: Lee Valley and Lie-Nielsen

Cian, it's not just the #3s back in stock. I'd seen some articles on the advantage of using a #6 as a jointer rather than a #7, so decided to add a #6 to my bench planes. All my bench planes are Lie-N...
cpolubin Woodworking Hand Tools 16 4,421 07-23-2023, 04:02 PM
  0 Thread: Festool ETS EC 150/3 EQ 6" Sander
Post: RE: Festool ETS EC 150/3 EQ 6" Sander

Cabinet Monkey, We must be looking at different hoses. The one I have is fairly light and extremely flexible. It may be an older version. It's black and came with the screw on adapters. Cliff
cpolubin Woodworking Power Tools 19 1,613 06-13-2023, 04:19 PM
  0 Thread: Festool ETS EC 150/3 EQ 6" Sander
Post: RE: Festool ETS EC 150/3 EQ 6" Sander

Buy the Flexiport hose from Rockler. It comes with adapters to fit anything you have, including Festool, so you can use your current shop vac. And rather than using the Festool sandpaper get one of th...
cpolubin Woodworking Power Tools 19 1,613 06-10-2023, 04:35 PM
  0 Thread: Tool activated switch for Dust collector
Post: RE: Tool activated switch for Dust collector

A tool trigger on a shop vac/dust extractor is fine, but not always on a dust collect. As kurt18947 mentioned that class of motor has problems if it's cycled on and off too frequently. A remote is a m...
cpolubin Woodworking Power Tools 16 1,457 06-06-2023, 03:40 PM
  0 Thread: Wood/hickory
Post: RE: Wood/hickory

L. L. Johnson in Charlotte, MI has anything you need. I went there for sapele and they had pallettes of 16 foot long, 14-16 inch wide stacked about 16 feet high. The whole room was filled with stacks....
cpolubin Woodworking 1 495 06-02-2023, 03:53 PM
  0 Thread: Silly Dust Collection Question
Post: RE: Silly Dust Collection Question

David, If you haven't already, try the other side. Gates often have an in side and out side. Cliff
cpolubin Woodworking Power Tools 3 1,098 05-05-2023, 08:54 AM
  0 Thread: Safety glasses bifocals vs progressive lenses?
Post: RE: Safety glasses bifocals vs progressive lenses?

David, My optometrist carries them. They aren't displayed on the wall with the normal frames. If you do a search for Lenscrafters safety glasses you'll find them. Cliff
cpolubin Woodworking 20 2,584 04-25-2023, 03:40 PM
  0 Thread: Safety glasses bifocals vs progressive lenses?
Post: RE: Safety glasses bifocals vs progressive lenses?

Duke, I use progressive safety glasses as my regular glasses. They look like regular metal frames and I get them with scratch protection and photo darkening. This way I don't have to switch glasses...
cpolubin Woodworking 20 2,584 04-25-2023, 10:13 AM
  0 Thread: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles
Post: RE: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles

Thank you, Admiral. That's a good tip. In this case I'm replacing the short handles that come with the chisels with longer paring handles so I'll have samples to measure from. The Router Crafter will ...
cpolubin Tool Swap N' Sell 6 934 04-15-2023, 03:43 PM
  0 Thread: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles
Post: RE: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles

Cian, While I don't have a lathe I remembered I do have a Router Crafter that Craftsman sold years ago, kind of a reverse lathe using a router on rails and a hand turned stock for the wood. The chi...
cpolubin Tool Swap N' Sell 6 934 04-15-2023, 11:33 AM
  0 Thread: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles
Post: RE: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles

Cian, While I don't have a lathe I remembered I do have a Router Crafter that Craftsman sold years ago, kind of a reverse lathe using a router on rails and a hand turned stock for the wood. The chi...
cpolubin Tool Swap N' Sell 6 934 04-15-2023, 11:19 AM
  0 Thread: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles
Post: WTB a pair of Lie-nielsen long paring handles

Looking for a pair of long paring handles for Lie-nielsen chisels. PM me if you have 2 you'd like to sell. Cliff
cpolubin Tool Swap N' Sell 6 934 04-14-2023, 07:28 AM
  0 Thread: Honing Guide
Post: RE: Honing Guide

Jack, I use the Veritas with the narrow guide on both Japanese and Veritas chisels down to 1/8" an have no problems at all. I've had the Kell, both large and small, and while they do clamp narrow c...
cpolubin Woodworking Hand Tools 22 3,226 03-31-2023, 03:52 PM
  0 Thread: Hand Works
Post: RE: Hand Works

Admission to Hand Works has always been free. Cliff
cpolubin Woodworking Hand Tools 18 3,830 02-15-2023, 10:45 AM
  0 Thread: Lr32 euro slide spacing?
Post: RE: Lr32 euro slide spacing?

Duke, If you're looking to move drawer slides as opposed to shelves, look at Quicktray Rollout Shelf supports at Rockler. They'll let you have adjustable pull out drawers or trays. I used them in a...
cpolubin Woodworking 6 1,100 02-10-2023, 03:46 PM

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