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  0 Thread: Full extension slide question
Post: RE: Full extension slide question

Thanks for the reassurance.  I'm going to use 75 lb slides and the tray wont extend out far enough to put undue stress on the bearings.
glzahn Woodworking 3 453 04-30-2021, 09:45 AM
  0 Thread: Full extension slide question
Post: Full extension slide question

My wife and I are living in an RV full time and I want to install a sliding tray on the counter to hold the coffee maker.  There isn't a whole lot of height for mounting regular drawer slides in the v...
glzahn Woodworking 3 453 04-30-2021, 08:46 AM
  0 Thread: Anyone buy an Armor-Tool bench?
Post: RE: Anyone buy an Armor-Tool bench?

My neighbor bought one last summer and he absolutely loves it.  But it's not for me. I've built my own work benches and cabinets just because I could.  Someone replied about limited shop time and why...
glzahn Woodworking 11 6,268 04-12-2019, 10:11 AM
  0 Thread: Chechen toxicity
Post: RE: Chechen toxicity

(04-10-2019, 09:57 PM)hbmcc Wrote: Why tempt fate? Or, just go ahead and take a chance. After all, Romans poisoned themselves using lead for plumbing; and we still use it to 'glue' copper plumbing p...
glzahn Woodworking 9 3,163 04-11-2019, 08:46 AM
  0 Thread: Chechen toxicity
Post: RE: Chechen toxicity

(04-10-2019, 04:12 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: What everyone used to tell me was Google is your friend. https://www.wood-database.com/chechen/ Arlin, I went to that site before posting here.  No where...
glzahn Woodworking 9 3,163 04-11-2019, 08:37 AM
  Question Thread: Chechen toxicity
Post: Chechen toxicity

Anyone here know if Chechen is food safe, once sealed?  I do know it's a skin and lung irritant when milling.
glzahn Woodworking 9 3,163 04-10-2019, 02:46 PM
  0 Thread: Best tool money you've spent
Post: RE: Best tool money you've spent

Outfitted my entire stationary power tool collection when a guy I know had to sell off all his tools after only building one kitchen with them.  He and his wife decided to move from MN to Calf. and it...
glzahn Woodworking Power Tools 64 18,412 04-10-2019, 01:56 PM
  0 Thread: The Woodworking Show
Post: RE: The Woodworking Show

Ah, the good old days.  When woodworking shows really meant something.  Vendors, demonstrations, classes, and the sound of a router or tablesaw running in the distance.  It was fun watching the guy fr...
glzahn Woodworking 18 6,197 03-31-2019, 09:10 AM
  0 Thread: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base
Post: RE: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base

(01-14-2019, 01:40 PM)sreilly24590 Wrote: Any chance of seeing more detail in the pictures? Does this assemble in the stand or assemble and then slide in? Or if not can you send the pics via Dropbox...
glzahn Woodworking 18 5,675 02-14-2019, 02:58 PM
  0 Thread: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base
Post: RE: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base

(01-08-2019, 05:47 AM)stav Wrote: That looks well thought out. Nicely done. It appears you are storing other papers than just what the machine uses under there. I'm storing 9x11 sheets, belt sand...
glzahn Woodworking 18 5,675 01-10-2019, 08:44 AM
  0 Thread: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base
Post: RE: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base

(01-07-2019, 08:34 PM)sreilly24590 Wrote: Sweet, any details? I'd love to add that to my 19-38 stand. -Steve I'm not a specs guy. I just started building. I used leftover 1x6 T&G pine. I didn'...
glzahn Woodworking 18 5,675 01-07-2019, 11:14 PM
  0 Thread: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base
Post: RE: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base

(01-07-2019, 07:04 PM)Stwood_ Wrote: Very nice. I see your pics are on photobucket. I cannot view them unless I go to quote you. You can post them directly here now. I tried to post directly but ...
glzahn Woodworking 18 5,675 01-07-2019, 10:26 PM
  0 Thread: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base
Post: Sandpaper storage for SuperMax 19-38 base

A few weeks ago I asked for ideas for storage under a SuperMax 19-38.  Thanks Big Dave for the inspiration.  Here's my version.  Doors to be added this week.
glzahn Woodworking 18 5,675 01-06-2019, 10:44 PM
  0 Thread: SuperMax base storage
Post: SuperMax base storage

I've had a SuperMax 19-38 for a few years and decided after building Christmas presents for my family, I'd like to build something for my shop.  I want to build storage in the base for sandpaper sheet...
glzahn Woodworking 2 1,402 12-28-2018, 10:08 PM
  0 Thread: Incra iBox and Freud Super Dado ?'s
Post: RE: Incra iBox and Freud Super Dado ?'s

(12-28-2018, 01:07 PM)Alan S Wrote: When you change the size of a dado stack, one side of the blade stays still (the arbor side) and the other side varies.  Which side is which depends on the saw ti...
glzahn Woodworking 4 1,832 12-28-2018, 01:39 PM
  0 Thread: Incra iBox and Freud Super Dado ?'s
Post: Incra iBox and Freud Super Dado ?'s

I got an Incra iBox and Freud 8" Super Dado for Christmas and I'm in the process of setting it up.  Can anyone tell me why there's a difference in rt tilt vs lt tilt setup for the iBox.  I don't ever ...
glzahn Woodworking 4 1,832 12-28-2018, 07:55 AM
  0 Thread: PC Model 543 Bayonet Saw(Jig saw)
Post: RE: PC Model 543 Bayonet Saw(Jig saw)

Thanks for the responses.  I will take all into consideration.  I really liked this saw, served me well for 18 yrs.
glzahn Woodworking Power Tools 9 3,385 12-06-2018, 12:04 PM
  0 Thread: PC Model 543 Bayonet Saw(Jig saw)
Post: PC Model 543 Bayonet Saw(Jig saw)

I have a Porter Cable Model 543 Jig saw that I purchased about 18 yrs ago and I broke the Motor housing(part #887794) where the base attaches,  last week.  PC no longer carries that model or has repla...
glzahn Woodworking Power Tools 9 3,385 12-05-2018, 01:48 PM
  0 Thread: Outfeed table design help, T-track vs Dog Holes
Post: RE: Outfeed table design help, T-track vs Dog Hole...

I'm more of a fan of using tracks.  They're much more versatile i.e, infinite setup options.  Also, if you use your bench like most, you're not only using it for woodworking (holding things down, etc....
glzahn Woodworking 33 26,636 02-02-2018, 02:58 PM
  0 Thread: Disaster averted
Post: RE: Disaster averted

(02-02-2018, 02:18 PM)Bill Holt Wrote: Holy Cow!!!  It took a lot of heat to get that jug of water to 117 degrees! You are right, it pays to check the shop. You may be getting a "thank you note" f...
glzahn Woodworking 13 5,432 02-02-2018, 02:50 PM

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