Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Hat Off to Everyone

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

  • Hat Off to Everyone

    I am very new to wood working, and the questions and answers have been very helpfull, can't wait to try some of the ideas. I have so many questions ???, but one comes to mind, how to find Canadian Wood Working Sites. Because of where I live it is very expensive to order from the USA.

    (Never Never Land) :'(

  • #2
    Re: Hat Off to Everyone

    Glad you are finding the site helpful. Here is a woodworking forum that is Canadian based and if you post that question there I bet they will be very helpful.http://www.workshopbuzz.com/forum/index.php
    John T.

    Comment

    Unconfigured Ad Widget

    Collapse

    Latest Topics

    Collapse

    • Jim Finn
      Reply to Farmers market "survey"
      by Jim Finn
      The fees here in Lubbock Texas are $45 per year plus $15 per 10' x 10' space each Saturday that I show up. . Crafters are limited to number and type (to avoid duplication, competition) Any kind of set up allowed, meaning, tent or truck or trailer. No insurance requirements, just a sellers permit from...
      Today, 04:48 PM
    • MidMich324
      Reply to Plastic puzzle
      by MidMich324
      Using Corel Draw a 10 inch round acrylic jigsaw puzzle was created. It was the cut on an Epilog Laser. Two passes were used to cut thru 1/4 acrylic so as not to melt the plastic. Only one person has put it together so far. It is about 475 pieces. But would really like to try and cut one by...
      Today, 03:57 PM
    • RJweb
      Reply to I admit it... I splurged on a new "toy"
      by RJweb
      As far as the Incra miter gauge, if you keep it 1/4 inch away you will be fine, but you will have to adjust it when doing angle cuts, it’s a great miter gauge, RJ...
      Today, 03:42 PM
    • Linda In Phoenix
      Farmers market "survey"
      by Linda In Phoenix
      Curiosity regarding farmers markets.
      I have only looked into a few, and I know that each one has different requirements.
      For those of you who do them, what are 'typical' requirements for yours?

      The nearest one to me that might have potential, and allows crafters requires:...
      Today, 11:14 AM
    • Linda In Phoenix
      Reply to Farmers market
      by Linda In Phoenix
      Truly a nice display. I'm happy for you! Our nearest 2 farmers markets are still food items only as county and city covid rules are still being applied. Our best nearby one is on county parks department property and they haven't lifted essential business and crowd restrictions yet. But the food...
      Today, 11:00 AM
    Working...
    X