Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

scroller galleries

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

  • scroller galleries

    Just curious when the galleries will be back online. seems like it's been 3 days, not that I'm complaining. I know nothing about what you have to do for maintenance.
    Jeff Powell

  • #2
    LIFE'S SHORT, USE IT WELL

    Comment

    Unconfigured Ad Widget

    Collapse

    Latest Topics

    Collapse

    • Rolf
      New Toy!
      by Rolf
      A family friends father passed away and he was an avid bird carver. So my nephew is helping the family sell some of his tools. I bought this air cleaner and will b uy most of his carving knives and burrs. And no that is not my workshop! Not even close. ...
      Today, 04:47 PM
    • Rolf
      Reply to EX dust collection holes screwed up a project.!
      by Rolf
      I just did a quick job on my table. Charles Hand has noticed that the adhesive on the new rolls of Contact brand shelf paper leaves a residue. He has changed to The duck brand. I just bought a roll and covered my table with it. It is a tough slick surface. It will be interesting to see how it holds...
      Today, 04:44 PM
    • axor
      Reply to Shawl pins
      by axor

      Yes, they can be used for hair. If they are made a little larger than the original, the shawl pins will work great in the hair!...
      Today, 03:21 PM
    • handibunny
      Reply to EX dust collection holes screwed up a project.!
      by handibunny
      Rolf, smaller bowl-cutting angles, 30˚ or less, usually don't present a problem either with vibration or for cutting into the table. It's when you get into the 40˚ and 45˚ range that things get dicey for both. (The Seyco saw doesn't even cut bevels greater than 35˚ or so!) If you add even a slight...
      Today, 09:21 AM
    • Bill Wilson
      Reply to EX dust collection holes screwed up a project.!
      by Bill Wilson
      I've done some bevel cutting on my EX-21 as well and also have not experienced any added vibration, nor have I cut into the table. Perhaps I haven't cut at a steep enough angle, but the existing blade hole has been sufficient. I do despise the useless vacuum holes, but I've learned to live with them...
      Today, 09:06 AM
    Working...
    X