Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Where Do You Live?

Collapse
This is a sticky topic.
X
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Three Rivers Michigan, south of Stoney down by Indiana line.
    Someone say tool or lumber sale I am out of here

    Comment


    • Hello.
      I've been lurking for many years here at the forum, so it's time to post something.

      I live in the South East part of Norway, not far from the Swedish border.
      Soon to retire from work, so I recon to increase woodwork activity in the future.

      I'm mostly doing woodcarving and chip carving these days, but I started sawing with a fretsaw in the late -50s about 5 years old, making Christmas gifts to the family.

      These days I use a scrollsaw πŸ˜€

      Comment


      • Originally posted by gorgon View Post
        Hello.
        I've been lurking for many years here at the forum, so it's time to post something.

        I live in the South East part of Norway, not far from the Swedish border.
        Soon to retire from work, so I recon to increase woodwork activity in the future.

        I'm mostly doing woodcarving and chip carving these days, but I started sawing with a fretsaw in the late -50s about 5 years old, making Christmas gifts to the family.

        These days I use a scrollsaw πŸ˜€
        Welcome from hot North Carolina. We would love to see pictures of all your work.
        Scott
        Creator of fine designer sawdust.

        Comment


        • Originally posted by gorgon View Post
          Hello.
          I've been lurking for many years here at the forum, so it's time to post something.

          I live in the South East part of Norway, not far from the Swedish border.
          Soon to retire from work, so I recon to increase woodwork activity in the future.

          I'm mostly doing woodcarving and chip carving these days, but I started sawing with a fretsaw in the late -50s about 5 years old, making Christmas gifts to the family.

          These days I use a scrollsaw πŸ˜€
          Welcome to the forum from Tennessee.
          Denny
          ArtCrafters in Dayton, TN

          Comment


          • Welcome from Maryland. Love to see some pics.
            Betty

            "Congress needs to realize it is a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Not of the people, by the people and for Congress." - Dr. Benjamin Carson, Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital

            Comment


            • Welcome from Minnesota

              Comment


              • Originally posted by Minnbob View Post
                Welcome from Minnesota
                Welcome to the forum from Tennessee. Where in Minnesota? Spent the first 60+ years there
                Denny
                ArtCrafters in Dayton, TN

                Comment


                • Central Washington State

                  Comment


                  • Jim Thorpe, pa

                    Comment

                    Unconfigured Ad Widget

                    Collapse

                    Latest Topics

                    Collapse

                    • will8989
                      Reply to Bruce, the one on probation
                      by will8989
                      Regulations are 150 square feet, this will be 144 square feet so we are good. He’s making it that size Since the sheets are 4’ wide. And the Shelves need to be 4” above my head!! It will be very specific.
                      Today, 10:32 AM
                    • Sandy Oaks
                      Reply to Shrink wrap systems
                      by Sandy Oaks
                      As a framer, we have a shrinker wrapper at ArtCrafters. Very simple. Film on a roller, sealer attached, just roll off enough film, seal the film, insert object, seal other end and shrink with a heat gum. We also use Uline as a source. Not sure where our unit can from as it was with the shop when...
                      Today, 09:46 AM
                    • NC Scroller
                      Reply to Bruce, the one on probation
                      by NC Scroller
                      I would make the shed 1" less than the size permits are required for. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS TOO MUCH SPACE....
                      Today, 07:42 AM
                    • NC Scroller
                      Reply to Shrink wrap systems
                      by NC Scroller
                      I shrink wrap all my puzzles. It is the best method I have found. I do not use a cardboard backer as some do. I use shrink wrap bags that I get from Amazon or Ebay. 8" x 12" will fit 95% of the puzzles I make.

                      To use the bags you will need a sealer. I have one very similar...
                      Today, 07:39 AM
                    • Linda In Phoenix
                      Reply to Shrink wrap systems
                      by Linda In Phoenix
                      I checked out www.ULine.com We used them years ago at the company I used to work at, and they were really reputable to work with. They have machines, guns, bags, and film. I just don't really know what works best, as well as if there is a really great priced to buy from. To date I've been a frugal...
                      Yesterday, 10:01 PM
                    Working...
                    X