Greg replied to the topic Tool RANT of the Day….Aaaargh! in the forum Power Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Hand Tools and All Things Tools 10 hours, 14 minutes ago
Most shops running production air tools use inline oilers to keep repairs down.
Ha ! We had oilers, but only for some of the large machine tools that required air for certain functions. We also had moisture traps. Would have been great if the guy responsible for maintenance upkeep would have done his job.…
Well we have people that move a lot here. Somethings just can’t go with them,, I’m in that boat now.. Our piano just might have to go.
Pianos are tough to move they are so heavy.
I thought if you didn’t move a piano properly it could do alot of damage to them.
There use to be a guy here that had a music sto…[Read more]
hojo04 wrote:I was making a joke headlight like on a vehicle , but I got one that you wear on your head.
I see I guess I missed the joke. Those lights can come in handy. I have had a few cheap ones. When we went camping last year the wife used mine to read in bed as there was no bed side lamps in the trailer. The one I have now I got from the…[Read more]
Going to try to get my brakes done and change the winter tires for two cars today after work , going to finish at lunchtime today. Then go home and get some things done around the house after working on the cars
Geeze looks like I’ll be shopping for new snow tires next year
Got everything done t…
Boschmanbrian wrote:My wife went to Costco today , she bought some nice filet mignon and a few bags of perogies
She decided to celebrate my birthday tonight and knows what I like
Had a great supper
Sorry didn’t get the pictures of the perogies lol obviously they were in plenty of butter and onions
Looks and sounds good Brian! Never had p…[Read more]
Greg replied to the topic Tool RANT of the Day….Aaaargh! in the forum Power Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Hand Tools and All Things Tools 23 hours, 5 minutes ago
smallerstick wrote:Based on my experience with air tools of all kinds, oiling is never an option. There has always been discussion about oiling before or after use. There is no clear answer which is best but no one ever said you have to choose. When in doubt, do both.
If a tool is going to be left unused for any length of time, oil it, run it…
All this talk has got me thinking about a pension I will get from a place I worked at that closed 8 years ago. My pension is in a union pension fund. I could have taken it out and invested myself after I took my severance. I decided it would be best to leave where I couldn’t spend it. Then when 65 I will have alittle extra money coming in. I know…[Read more]
A piano by the side of the road is just not something you see everyday LOL
I can’t recall ever seeing that.
DirtyWhiteBoy wrote:Also a good one is a bit of piano wire wrapped around a bit of something for a handle and a straight bit sticking out to poke in the drywall to fine the center. The wire is so small you s…
cmeyer25 wrote:I just found out I won the 12V planer so I think I’ll be redeeming for a 12V 4.0 battery next!!!!
Congrats Charlie! That was a nice win. I am sure you will find use for that new tool.
Boschmanbrian wrote:So far so good here , they even posted on the city website and on Facebook in our area looking for volunteers to fill sandbags
How about your area
No flooding yet in my area yet.
No rain yet this morning 6C. Looks likes thunderstorm for later today. Local weather said there was 13.2 mm of rainfall yesterday.
Boschmanbrian wrote:My god , I’ve been using my older Craftsman tools for over 25 years
I wonder if the new tools will be around for that long
This is just a small selection of the big Craftsman kit I bought over 25 years ago
That will be interesting to see if the new Craftsman tools will be around 25 years.
I tool have a small metric set of C…[Read more]
smallerstick wrote:Maple syrup glazed smoked ham for tomorrow’s family dinner. The duck will be going in the oven in the morning. We are not expecting very many leftovers. lol
smallerstick wrote:The curly maple drawer fronts should finish nicely.
Some how I missed reading that drawer fronts were curly maple. I haven’t seen curly maple much. If I didn’t know what it was.
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