Forgot to tell you that the Spurtle is used for cooking and food prep, toss a salad, stir up stuff, I know I’m losing it so no comments in that, mix of wood scraps I had, mahogany, cherry, walnut, maple
i didn't want you folks to think i was just slacking off, the first pictures are a couple of easels 12" X 14" for daughter and granddaughter with storage inside and adjustable to any angle, the next are called a Spurtle, yeah i know i never heard of them either just like the Charcuterie boards i made, never heard of them either, they are about 11" long and 1 1/2" and 1 1/4" wide, i like them because they are quick to make and make great gifts, don't use too much wood and are finished with mineral oil, as usual thanks for looking
What did you get John? I have had a JD 4115 compact utility tractor for about 15 years it comes in real handy. I have the same components although I sold my box blade several years ago and now just have a single blade. The bucket, pallet forks and brush hog are used quite regularly around here.
Hi all I am finally getting my mortiser set up, made a sacrificial fence, sharpened the bits, etc
What a difference a sharp chisel/bit makes. Bottom is right out of the box top is after sharpening
Everything seems dialed in but the up/down and side to side tables are really stiff, any thoughts on how to loosen them up? Here are some pics of the DT Keyways and gears I am referring to
In the last pic you can see the gear for front to back and that works amazing.
Thanks in advance for any help you all might have!
Exactly, the legs are at the drip line of the table, perfect way to put it.
So the way Chet put it is what I was shooting for, gives the table a lot of stability. It's a coffee table so you don't want it to be tippy.