Woodworker's Journal 1982-6-5, страница 12




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Letters (ContH)

tion was available. They wouldn't tell me who the maker of that lathe was. I wrote to Action Line in the Detroit Free Press, but I didn't get an answer from them. I am hoping the readers of The Woodworker's Journal might have a lathe with the same model number and could get me a manual and schematic.

Walter Banish 20862 Hunt Club Harper Woods, Ml 48225

I have the old Craftsman three wheel band saw, model 103.24300, for which I need a manual. They are no longer available from Sears.

I also have a Craftsman 9 inch table saw with the micro-adjustment fence, model 103.20003. For years I have looked for table extensions for the saw without success. I would like to find the extensions that allow the fine adjustment on the fence to be used across the full width of the table. If any of the readers of The Woodworker 's Journal can help, I would be most grateful. R.H. Rockwell 5852 Lowell Ave. Alexandria, VA 22312

I'm looking for plans for a lawn ornament in the style of a lighthouse. I've seen windmills and wishing wells, but never a lighthouse. Can you help? M. Herroscheck 26528 Wagner Warren, MI 48089

I am looking for plans for baby beds. There are some babies coming soon to relatives, and my husband and I would like to provide special, made-with-love new beds for these little ones. We enjoyed the cradle plans in a recent (May/June 1982) issue of The Woodworker's Journal. Now, can you help us find baby bed plans for when the cradle is outgrown?

Thanks for your help.

Mrs. Diane Presley 4109 Shelby Road Millington, TN 38053

I would like to market a series of old-style, European beer steins turned out of wood. Although I have a pretty good idea of the designs and inherent carvings I would like to use on the steins, do you know of any other literature published on the subject?

Robert C. Hildreth 127 Sannita Dr. Rochester, NY 14626



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