Woodworker's Journal 1982-6-5, страница 10
TABLE SAW RADIAL ARM 24" RADIAL ARM
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Where can I find the 22 inch heavy-duty full extension drawer slides required for the oak file cabinet featured in your March/April 1982 issue?
Howard M. Berg, Dolgeville, NY
The Woodworkers' Store, 21801 Industrial Blvd., Rogers, MN 55374 sells a good quality slide for $23.00 per pair. Order p/n P5430 22 inch.
Editor's Note: In the ' 'Letters'' section of our May/June 1982 issue, we listed the Tandy Leather Co. as a source for leather supplies. However, the address we listed is not their current one. Their new address is P.O. Box 2934, Ft. Worth, TX 76113.
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HORTON BRASSES are authentic copies of 17th, 18th, 19th & early 20th century pulls.
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double stick tape
information on tool selection, sharpening and other items of interest
tl for all brochures workshop only 35« stamps RUSS ZIMMERMAN. RFD 3. BOX 59 PUTNEY. VERMONT 05346
use the myfordlathe which we import from england and stock for sale
Thank you very much for publishing my letter requesting information regarding my 6 inch Sears planer, in the July/August 1982 issue of your fine magazine The Woodworker 's Journal. I received many, many letters with all sorts of hints, copies of similar tools and many fine wishes. It is a great feeling opening the mail and realizing the time, effort and expense these fine people have gone through to help out someone like me.
Believe me when I say - even if I don't solve the jointer problem satisfactorily, I'm more than happy to know there are people out in the world willing to give of themselves to aid another unknown person.
Again, thanks for the favor of printing the letter and to know that life is still worth being a woodworker hobbyist.
Walter A. Wisniewski.N. Versailles,PA
Walter, we think your letter says a lot about our many readers. It seems they all have a love for the craft of making things in wood, and won t hesitate to share that knowledge and experience with someone who also enjoys this special craft. Hope you have that jointer running smoothly soon.
Editor 's Note: Here are a few more letters that have us stumped.
I have been trying to get a manual and a schematic for a model #109.0703 Sears metal lathe. Sears told me it was a discontinued model and no informa-
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