Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Ryobi Detail Carver

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Ryobi Detail Carver

    WOOD IS WONDERFUL!

  • #2
    Re: Ryobi Detail Carver

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=2061623856

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=1777546842

    There are a few on ebay.
    I have one and like it very much, but I forget to use it! LOL The only things I remember using it on were some basswood bowls I carved about 4 yrs ago...worked great!

    Donna
    Indiana USA&&http://pyrogite.tripod.com

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: Ryobi Detail Carver

      Sir, I have a Ryobi detail carver and liked it very much while i could use it . Meaning i needed a small part for the thing and couldnt get it. Ryobi seems to think that they can produce an item for a few weeks ,make all kinds of money and then when you need a part, they tell you ITS ON BACK ORDER. I dont think they make parts for the darn thing.Ive tryed for over a year to get the part .Ryobi has never told me they DONT MAKE DETAIL CARVERS any more.I learned that by reading this web site. I would say this about Ryobi, Be careful of what you buy from them because what you buy from them today, you may not be able to get parts from them tomorow. ......... good luck muffy

      Comment

      Unconfigured Ad Widget

      Collapse

      Latest Topics

      Collapse

      • Jim McDonald
        Reply to Need advice...
        by Jim McDonald
        Thanks Carole!
        Today, 10:19 AM
      • will8989
        Reply to I decided I needed a challenge
        by will8989
        SLRA does a “spot” check. He’s lucky I’m keeping him around. It was free with a purchase at harbor freight. When people pick up a basket to examine, usually first time customers, they inspect everything for glue ups, drill holes, etc. of course, I don’t think half of them know what they are...
        Today, 09:08 AM
      • Rolf
        Reply to I decided I needed a challenge
        by Rolf
        Interesting, I will nee to try that.
        Today, 08:01 AM
      • handibunny
        Reply to I decided I needed a challenge
        by handibunny
        Back in my days of collecting antique pottery, I used to carry a a small blacklight unit to check for repairs that were invisible to the naked eye. I never knew that it could detect glue spots. That's a lot neater than using mineral spirits, or waiting until a sealer coat of shellac reveals missed...
        Today, 06:22 AM
      • will8989
        Reply to My lucky day!
        by will8989
        Being a diet controlled type 2 diabetic, I check my glucose. Checked before my shot on Tuesday it was fine. Checked on Wednesday after a morning walk expecting to see less than 100 and about fainted when it read 158. Every check has been 150 or more since then. Started reading and yes, the shots can...
        Yesterday, 10:37 PM
      Working...
      X