Pbmaster11

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  1. I agree dalrun. It apears that horizontal storage is alway inadequately supported Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  2. My same thoughts Eric Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  3. Hello WTO'er, I am working on a way to properly store sheet good vertically. My question is will the sheet good bend or bow if not pressed to keep straight?
  4. I guess I should have looked on the handles. You think I would have seen that after brining it to bed with me ha Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  5. Thank you for pictures! Keep us posted as you work! Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  6. Pb, you should document your work! Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  7. Funny PB for the price this thing should not only have the lasers calibrated at the factory but make me a coffee table Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  8. I purchased the kpex and the lasers are not right on. About a 1/16 th off. Is there a way to adjust them? Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  9. I don't see why you couldn't make your own? drill a few holes and connect with a dremel in a piece of steel
  10. Thank you! Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  11. Thanks PB. Didn't know those were available Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  12. When you have time could you upload some pictures? That would be greatly appreciated! Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  13. Any design links or pictures you guys suggest for a faceframe assembly table? I cant afford the space or the cost of a kreig table. Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  14. Meeting set for Saturday! Great find! Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  15. I am in the market for a new sander. This is prime on Amazon. Decent reviews but only 14 of them. Any thoughts on this model or other models to take a look at? Shop Fox W1676 6-Inch by 10-Inch Combination Sander by Shop Fox http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000DD2RO/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_Z5Kdtb1HXJ83A Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  16. I agree! Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  17. Why do people use this comment? This person is curious about the situation. Questions are meant to be asked. Just because one asks a question doesn't mean they should disregard the task and move on... Advise caution or direct them to a pro but don't pity them with the lack of knowledge. Everyone is head to learn. Highlander I am not picking on you. Just making a point. Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  18. Good thinking. Can you buy more shims? Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  19. After a weekend of dados and groves i am sick of shims.... anyone have the dial a dado stack??? how do you like it?
  20. ask a local cabinet shop to price out something like that... I bet a shop near me would charge $30 or so
  21. I 100 agree. An individual would get no where in life if they stood by this model Typing on cell phone. I apologize for any typing errors.
  22. Would a central vacuum motor work? http://www.centralvacuummotor.com/
  23. This maybe posted in the wrong section but I am looking at finding a blower that is in the picture below... the gentleman is using it in a corn vacuum transfer system. I will be using it for the same thing... A video can also be watched on youtube of his setup...
  24. Okay okay, Let me chime in here! I am a hobbyist woodworker (although I created a business for tax reasons), and take on 4-10 jobs a year depending on how busy my day job is... which is busy. I value my time like anyone does but I would say I am a believer that my shop time rate can be a little cheap because I really enjoy working in the shop. I always say that when I am working on a commissioned piece I am learning on someone else's dime My initial thoughts was to design it in Sketchup (I love using sketchup and am very fast at it, and I don't mind wasting a few minutes at night while watching tv) and see how much lumber it takes, what different joinery options that can be done, and decide on a few finishing options. Once I calculate cost of material, I will give it a rough time table and see how long it would take me with the up and coming day job work schedule. I figured 1 full weekend and another week of evenings. The reason for posting this and asking "how much would you charge?" was to see how each individual goes about the process and develops final quote. I have not had very much experience with only doing 4-10 jobs/year (last two years) with quoting projects. So going forward with this thread, I would like each interested individual to break down this situation and show, as detailed as you wish, on how you would go about quoting a piece like this. I do appreciate all the insight on this thread... when my phone dings I can't wait to check it!