Woodworker's Journal 1982-6-5, страница 8
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... obviously my dear Watson it's a great product. To find out how great try this 12 piece set of most often used drill bits from Morris Wood Tool. Crafted of only the finest carbon tool steel available and packed in a solid mahogany case. Sizes range from V»" to 7/,s" for a 3/s" drill chuck and from Vt" to 1" to fit a Vi" drill chuck.
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1700 IL Clamping Pressure $13 50 PPD
INDUSTRIAL CLAMPS NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE HOME SHOP
Combines the best features of parallel clamps and "C" clamps. Cantilever design, handle stays out of work area, twisting motion eliminated. Special steel side plates provide for enormous clamping pressures (up to 6000 lb. on the 12" model). Many sizes available in the following styles: NO MAR woodworking with rubber padded jaws, quick release hold down, welding, pull and lift, 3 Jaw. and universal as pictured above Send $1.00 (refundable) for a complete list of specifications and prices. Money back guarantee; Wis. residents add sales tax.
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You'll love building these profitable
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You can build this
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• Easy to tollow illustrated steps
• Uses standard hardware
• You have ttie tools (table saw & router). You have the skill Now all you need is the plan
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Order Plan 004
Glass doors swing up and slide back Case can be made from any wood 37-w x 44'/4"h (3-shelf unit) x I2'/S"d.
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sional, may obtain additional information by writing to the Wisconsin Woodworkers ' Guild, P. O. Box 137, Milwaukee, WI53201.
We would also like to mention that The Woodworker's Journal welcomes information about any woodworking clubs, groups, guilds, etc. in your area. At some future date we hope to be able to provide a listing of them.
If you belong to one of these groups, or know of one, we would appreciate it if you would let us know.
In his "Restoring Antiques" column in the January/February 1982 issue, John Olson mentions that when he cleans up antique furniture joints he often uses a small hand grinder. I'd like to learn more about this tool. Where can one be purchased?
Also, in the same column, John discusses epoxy glues. Can you give me a brand name and source?
Ed Tucker, Indiana, PA
John Olson replies: I use a Dremel ball bearing Moto-Tool with a tungsten carbide burr. It can be purchased at most hardware stores and hobby and craft outlets. Also, it can be purchased via mail-order from Silvo Hardware Co., 2205 Richmond St., Philadelphia, PA 19125.
Regarding epoxies, most hardware stores now carry epoxy glues that are formulated for wood. If not available locally it can be ordered from Chem-Tech, Dept. WJ, 4669 Lander Rd., Chagrin Falls, OH 44022. Cost of one pint is $9.50 postpaid.
I am a young man, age 23, married, with two children, and hope to make the craftsmanship of fine furniture my life's profession. I'm very much interested in a woodworking apprenticeship (furniture making) or simply securing employment with a reputable furniture maker. I have some knowledge and skill, and a lot of ambition to learn the trade inside and out - and am willing to relocate. Any help you could offer would be appreciated.
Philip L. Seidl Rt. 1 Box 385B Shawano, WI 54166
Perhaps one of our readers has a woodworking shop and is looking for an apprentice. Hope you make a connection, Philip.
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