Tag Archives: 3D Printing

Review: Grizzly G0459 12″ Drum Sander

I thought I would write a little review on the latest Grizzly product to enter our house. The Grizzly G0459 12″ 1-1/2 HP Baby Drum Sander Jay Rating: 4 1/2 out of 5 stars This was a Christmas gift this … Continue reading

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Christmas Bowling Alleys

In some earlier posts I had mentioned that we had some Christmas gifts under way in Jay’s workshop that I couldn’t yet share with you. The gifts have all been given, so now I can reveal them to you, too. … Continue reading

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Workshop Rearranging – Again

You would think that a person can only rearrange their workshop so many times. Of course, just as you think you have everything situated another machine comes into the house and room has to be made. That’s what happened recently … Continue reading

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Dust Collector Update

We are halfway there! Wire has been run over to an outlet box right above the unit, but it still has to be connected to the breaker that we freed up in the box. Except, last week Jay noticed something … Continue reading

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A Dust Collector!

This is Bob. Bob will find the ONE pile of sawdust in Jay’s workshop and walk through it multiple times. Not only did he act as a dust ‘collector’, but also as a dust ‘spreader’. So for Christmas I decided … Continue reading

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What’s Jay Up To?

This is the question that I am most asked by people who don’t get to see Jay very often. Or who haven’t seen him in a while. To be honest, there are times that I wonder this myself. What IS … Continue reading

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Rockin’ Out with the Train Layout

In the quarry Jay was finding pieces of rock that would be just perfect for his train layout. While recuperating from surgery he spent time making rocks, plastering them on the layout and then making more rocks. It was quite … Continue reading

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