KRAM121881

Members
  • Content Count

    35
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About KRAM121881

  • Rank
    Apprentice Poster
  • Birthday 12/18/1981

Contact Methods

  • MSN
    KRAM121881@MSN.COM

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    WAITE PARK, MN
  • Woodworking Interests
    Cabinets & Furniture
  1. Looking to purchase the above jointer. I have seen several positive reviews both on thus forum and others. I like to cover my bases before a purchase of thus magnitude, anyone have something to add as to why I would want yo look at a different option. Additionally, anyone have one of those elusive 10% discount codes floating around that they could send my way kram121881@gmail.com thanks. Mark
  2. Searching the old post I couldn’t find a whole lot about the AWFS show in Las Vegas at least anything recent. I am considering going but with the lack of interest I see here I am having second thoughts. I know that it seems to be geared toward the large production shop but having all of those tool venders in one place sounds amazing to me. Can anyone shed some light on if it is worth attending or not. Thanks!!! Maslonkowski
  3. My aunt's, brother's little 4 legged friend passed away this fall and he had the little guy cremated. My aunt requested that I build an urn for her brother to place the ashes in. So this is what I came up with. Material: 1/2" & 3/4" Red Oak & some 1/4" Red Oak plywood Main features: box has all mitered corners a back that slides out to allow for the ashes to be placed inside. The front picture frame is a solid oak frame cut and engraved using a CNC.
  4. My first shop class project was a small pince cutting board with a design routed into the back side with a v-bit. then the edges and the design side got finished and the cutting side got an olive oil finish
  5. I have no idea what the finish is. the surface is smoth and appears clean I don't think there is any part of the iron board still on the surface. what would you recommend to try to buff it out? Thank you all Mark Maslonkowski
  6. KRAM121881

    Dons shop

    Don the shop is looking great good to see things are working out for the best. I see in your outfeed table pictures that you have the Kreg pocket hole unit I have to ask how is it? is it worth the investment? Mark
  7. Ok, I had a friend come to me tonight with a finish problem that I don't know the answer to. He has hardwood dining room table that his daughter used as an ironing board using one of those ironing board mats well the mat got hot and now the finish under the mat got cloudy as seen in the picture bellow. Any ideas how to fix this without stripping and refinishing the whole table? Thanks Mark Maslonkowski
  8. I would like to thank everyone for there feedback is anyone framiliar with this unit the shark pro plus cnc. Mark
  9. So I searched the wood talk online forums tonight for any posts on CNC’s with no hits. I know that there are countless other forums out there dedicated to CNC’s but this is where I tend to find some of the best information, As of late unfortunately, I have been tasked with multiple request for custom cremation urns. Some may feel that this is a morbid task, but I find it to be an honor to construct someone’s final resting place. So to get to the point I have been thinking about purchasing a Shark Pro Plus CNC setup from Rockler. I feel that this would give me the ability to add even more
  10. guitar10000 I would think as long as the wood is kept dry and stacked properly as others have pointed out the fluctuation in temp. when you heat the shop to work out there should have little effect on the lumber. Also something to keep in mind as long as your garage is insulated reasonably well and if you were planning on parking your car's in the garage when not in use as a shop the heat from your vehicles once used and parked will keep the garage much warmer than the outside temp., however you may also need to be concerned about the moisture levels in this space. Mark
  11. I wanted to thank you all for your posts after much reading on this site and others and hours of internal debate I have placed an order for the H.F. 2hp DC which I couldn't pass up at the price along with the 20% off. When I get it I will start by adding a Thein separator. Anyone use a Rubbermaid brut trashcan for this? Then as time goes on i will most likely add a wynn filter. Also has anyone hooked there H.F. DC up to a duct system or just at each tool? Thanks Again Mark Maslonkowski
  12. With the setup of my new 5hp Saw Stop & a lucky purchase of a delta 18-36 drum sander from an auction I am in need of a better dust collection system then my craftsman shop vac. I fully intend to purchase and install a cyclone system some day but with the expense of the above two items I am looking for an interim solution such as a portable canister dust collector. I looked around the forums and have seen several postings about all the modifications that people have made to their portable DC they have purchased but not a lot on any specific unit that out of the box exceeds expectations. I
  13. Well congratulations Pet on the new addition. I to added a shop assistant this last month Adlee joined us on April 13th. Her older sister Mya is a great big sister and has seen a lot more shop time with me now that mom is often a little tied up with the little one. We didn’t even get the new sawstop unpacked before we had to convert the shipping box into a playhouse thanks grandpa for suggesting it to her. They sure are fun. Once again congratulations Mark Maslonkowski
  14. STEVE I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN SEEING SOME VIDEO OF THE SETUP AND FUNCTION AS THIS IS ONE OF THE ITEMS I WILL BE LOOKING TO BUY AND SETUP IN THE COMMING MONTHS. THANKS MARK
  15. WILBUR THE LUMBER RACK LOOKS GREAT AND AS YOU STATED IT MEETS ALL OF YOUR NEEDS AND THEN SOME. I AM GLAD TO SEE SOME ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FOR LUMBER STORAGE. THANKS FOR THE POST MARK