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byrd shelix in action
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planer.MOVHopefully this video…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by justin waldron May 23, 2013.

Byrd Shelix
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Anyone installed a Byrd Shelix head on their planer?  Looking for likes and dislikes.  I have a Jet 3hp 15 inch.  The place where I usually get my knives sharpened have gone up to $90 to sharpen my…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by justin waldron Mar 14, 2013.

How to make glass panel doors (a how to)
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Here are a few photos of how to make glass doors with your router table (with a rail and stile router bit set).  You could even use the same technique on the table saw making tongue and groove. I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by justin waldron Jan 3, 2013.

$20 off Infinity Tools ends today

Not sure if anyone has ever bought from Infinity tools, but their router bits, saw blades etc. are great!  www.infinitytools.com  Through the end of the…Continue

Started Aug 19, 2012

 

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justin waldron replied to Pete Flynn's discussion 'correct type of sandpaper'
"Let me know if you have any other questions, good luck and let me know how it finishes for you!  I would use 300-400 grit for starters and go from there, I use 3M paper from lowes in a sheet for those grits.  In an orbital I prefer…"
May 10
justin waldron replied to Pete Flynn's discussion 'correct type of sandpaper'
"I would use 300-400 grit for starters and go from there, I use 3M paper from lowes in a sheet for those grits.  In an orbital I prefer Freud Diablo paper.  As far as gumming up, use some mineral spirits on your paper and that will mediate…"
May 9
justin waldron commented on Eric Rosenbaum's photo
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"Quite impressive!  Great job!"
Apr 5
justin waldron replied to jerald mcdonough's discussion 'cabinets'
"Jay is right, go with 3/4 plywood, there's not much more money per sheet as opposed to the 1/2" ply.  You can make deeper dadoes if that's how you plan on doing the tops and bottoms, countersink screws etc.  In the end…"
Apr 5
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Walnut faceframe

"Thanks Ken and Michael, I appreciate it.  I always make my frames and doors before the carcasses and figured I would fit everything now and even hang the doors in the frame...  Who knew how much easier it made everything.  A happy…"
Apr 5
michael evans commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"Nice looking door Justin good idea to fit the doors in the frame first never thought of that Happy Easter everyone ."
Apr 5
Ken Darga commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"Beautiful, Justin. Very attractive design."
Apr 4
justin waldron commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"Thank you Mr. Dean!"
Apr 4
David Dean commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"Sweet cabinet frame and the beed work looks great."
Apr 4
Jay Boutwell commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"Hi Justin, Yes fitting the inset doors are much easier doing when you fit them before the faceframe is attached to a cabinet.  That is my standard was of doing it.  I build the face frame first and then the cabinet behind the…"
Apr 3
justin waldron commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"The panels are solid 3/4 inch stock, this is air dried walnut and plywood panels being steamed don't really look or have the weight of a solid panel."
Apr 3
justin waldron commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"Thanks Jay, still needs a little more tweaking, but I've found it's a lot easier to fit the doors to the frames when they aren't on the cabinet. Thank you for your kind words."
Apr 3
Jay Boutwell commented on justin waldron's photo
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Walnut faceframe

"Justin, nice looking face frame and door assembly.  I like the grain pattern and the layout that you have done in this photo.  It shows your talent for picking your grain and also shows your craftsmanship.  You have executed the hard…"
Apr 3
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Walnut faceframe

I'm working on a set of walnut kitchen cabinets with a beaded faceframe and inset doors. I am making strips of beaded trim on the shaper, ripping them on the table saw and applying to the inside of the frame.
Apr 3
justin waldron commented on justin waldron's photo
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Patio Table

"Thanks Jay!  As awlays, I appreciate your feedback and thank you for your compliment!"
Apr 1

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Which Kreg Jig® and/or Kreg Products do you own?
Kreg Jig®, Kreg Jig® Master System
How would you describe yourself?
Moderate Woodworker

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Justin waldron's Product Reviews

Oneida V3000 Cyclone

I got the cyclone installed yesterday and am most impressed with it.  I have owned the 2hp Harbor Freight and then upgraded to a 2HP Shop Fox (1550 CFM) so as with every machine I've ever owned I seem to buy 3 before I get to the one that really works.  Some form of dust collection is better than no dust collection at…

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Posted on March 6, 2014 at 8:52am — 3 Comments

Spiral Dust Pipe

     I have finally decided to do some proper dust collection in the shop and it was a painstaking process.  I have ordered the Oneida V-3000 system (which hasn't arrived yet) and will do a review on that when it shows up.  Onto the pipe; I ordered it through…

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Posted on February 24, 2014 at 12:07pm — 2 Comments

Byrd Shelix Journel Head (installed on 15inch Jet)

Finally got the Byrd Shelix Journal Head installed on my planer.  Ordered it through Holbren, Sawmill Creek members get 10% off, SMC10 is the code.  First off, I installed the head by myself and it was completely painless, I was shocked to say the least.  I will say that I am thrilled that I had Byrd install new bearings for me and I would suggest if you are thinking of upgrading that you do the same thing.  I also ordered a new gasket for the gear box while I was at it, I would recommend…

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Posted on May 5, 2013 at 7:23pm — 4 Comments

Rikon 10-345 18" bandsaw

I ordered this 18" Rikon through Highland Woodworking about 3 weeks ago.  Highland had it on sale for $999, shipping was $125 and I ordered…

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Posted on March 6, 2013 at 8:07am — 23 Comments

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At 10:12pm on February 21, 2013, ray vile said…

Hi Justin, I just got around to a little maintence on my D C the bags you told me about sure made it easier than trying to empty and reuse the old bag. Thanks again

At 9:17am on December 22, 2012, ray vile said…

Thanks Justin, I don't know why I didn't think of amazon, I always look there no matter what I'm buying.

Merry Christmas to you and yours too.

At 11:24pm on December 21, 2012, ray vile said…

Hi Justin, I know you used to own a Harbor Freight dust collector, did you ever find the need to change the bottom bag? and if you did where did you get it from,

Thanks, Ray 

 

 

 

 

 

At 6:57am on December 18, 2012, justin waldron said…

Hey Leslee, thanks for that.  It's funny that it was such an easy project, but it was the wood that sets it off.  I'm going to be adding an addition to my garage this summer to give myself a little more room too.  I'm looking forward to your projects!

At 9:08pm on December 17, 2012, Leslee said…

 I really like your table, Justin. I like curly maple it is a beautiful piece of wood.  Your table is a work of art with the curly maple top. That side table will look really good in any room you made it. It would probably enhance other pieces in the room.

 I sure love that table you did. Really fine piece of work. Hopefully, I too could put some nice stuff out sometime next summer. Right now, I'm trying to finish on my big rebuild of my shed/shop.

At 1:59pm on September 9, 2012, Carlos said…
That would be Awsome, I will get the size when I go to my sisters house, thank you .
At 5:34pm on April 25, 2011, Gary roofner said…

What do you think of this jig?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VtVGnxlBrc

At 3:14pm on April 25, 2011, justin waldron said…
I think the price is right, but not sure how good they are.  I will post my review.
At 2:28pm on April 25, 2011, Gary roofner said…

never mind I see the 735 is 13" not 12.5 ". I see price very good from that company.

 

At 2:13pm on April 25, 2011, Gary roofner said…
Are the blades the same on the 734?  I'm think of buy the 734. In which csae I would interested in your review.
 
 
 

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