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Everything posted by treeslayer

  1. Completely agree with @Tom Kingi love my Leigh but the settings must be right, watch the videos several times, boards correctly milled for thickness and square, record your settings when you get one right and keep your test piece for reference when you get on to it it’s a great tool IMO, I use mine for all kinds of joinery
  2. Work and play on the same day ! Nice score Ross and I see Cody eyeing up the new bandsaw, put him to work ASAP
  3. Looks like you’re good to go John, always something to do but that’s a good thing IMO
  4. Yeah @Coop a micro adjustment would be nice but I’ve never wished I had one or maybe I don’t know what I’m missing, as for your other problem that’s just a mouse click away, I’ll never be without a lift again.
  5. Sorry @Coop somehow that picture got reversed the hinges are on the left, drawers are front only, good catch though you’re the only one that noticed ! All drawers are full extension Accuride except the top right drawer for 1/4” bits that’s just a wood slide, I was going to put the switch there but it was a poor choice for it so I moved the switch to the end on the right side and made that spot a drawer for 1/4” bits.
  6. That’s a great looking table Dave I’m sure it will serve you well and for a long time, nice job sir !
  7. Yeah I’m in on this one, looks like a good start
  8. good to know Ronn, i have LED lights in my shop as well
  9. yeah that's a huge glue up for sure but well done. i friend has a pellet smoker and is a master at running it, i never turn down in invitation for supper at his house
  10. Cherry kids folding chairs, the dark one was made in 2017, lighter was done today, Watco oil is the finish, all are right it just gets darker with time and better I think
  11. Wow nice score Drew I would pay that all day long, cherry here is $4.10 BF, agree on the 1 common, some waste but the grain around the knots makes it worth it IMO
  12. treeslayer


    Happy Anniversary to our friend @Coop, one great couple for sure, and I think it’s # 49 if I’m not mistaken, well done you two and many, many more.
  13. Wait, what ? @Coop you wash your own truck ? You know Texas has people that do that for you right? just pulling your leg Coop, I’ve hand washed and waxed our vehicles since forever
  14. Really coming out very nice Paul, what a great final resting place for your dad, he would be proud. Quick question, the auxiliary fence that’s over your factory rip fence, how is it held in place ? I’d like to make one, seems like it would come in handy, thanks in advance.
  15. beautiful work Paul that will really pop with some finish on it, and i'll chime in on that style of clamps @Chet, i had some custom made many years ago by a friend and i much prefer them to the band clamps, i think they are easier to put on and can be set before the glue up among other reasons, mine are made of aluminum and use 1/4" threaded rod
  16. Nice score Drew, now you can work so fast none of us will be able to keep up with you ! Not that we could anyway
  17. Great choice of wood Paul and excellent craftsmanship as usual, the rays behind the cross are a beautiful touch
  18. nice ride Cody !! i can see the smile on your face from here, and yours too Ross ! well done fellas
  19. treeslayer

    Dear Hunter

    That’s just awesome Coop and what a nice buck too boot! She’s on the right path for sure.
  20. So sorry to hear about the loss of your father Paul, prayers to you and your family, mines been gone since 1975 and I miss him every day. I’m sure he was a good man
  21. That’s correct Coop just the motor, I think all the big names sell just the bare motor, no base, we’re not slow, we’re pacing ourselves
  22. Very cool and I too don’t understand why you would get flack at all. I do like to see what everyone else does here when they’re not woodworking, a very diverse group with many talents for sure.