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  1. Raptor22
    02-08-2012 02:51 PM - permalink
    Raptor22
    Gene - saw your post on DIY tracksaw. http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f27/n...20/#post183610
    Could you share how you make sure that the T at the bottom of the saw shoe is in perfect parallel with the blade? Any trick/jig that you use?

    Cheers,
    John
  2. Greg Hummels
    06-15-2011 01:26 PM - permalink
    Greg Hummels
    Gene
    I would be willing to make the base we talked about for some of that wood. let me know if that would be something you might do. just send me an E-Mail [email protected]
    Thank you
  3. AzViper
    04-20-2011 11:30 PM - permalink
    AzViper
    Yes I am in Tucson, Arizona.... Keith
  4. stiner
    02-18-2011 03:40 PM - permalink
    stiner
    Thanks Gene I think that's what I needed to know. Jack
  5. NAT
    01-13-2011 03:47 PM - permalink
    NAT
    I heard that Mesquite is hard on cutting tools thanks for the info.
    Here is the URL for the $4 per Bdft Mesquite in Tucson:
    http://tucson.craigslist.org/mat/2107167443.html
    There are a number of other ads on Craigslit/Tucson you might want to take a look at.
    Another Forum had this listing: A small sawmill in Tucson very reasonable price. Northeast corner of Ajo Way and S Alvernon Way. They cut mesquite to sell to local furniture makers. They allowed you to look through their offcuts for $1/linear foot (any thickness).
    D J Dugan Custom Sawmilling (520) 241-6731
    3887 E Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85714
    Hope this is helpful, Nat!
  6. NAT
    01-13-2011 12:26 PM - permalink
    NAT
    Thanks Gene, that is a great price from what I have been able to find on the internet. Most places I've seen on the internet in Arizona want around $6-$8 a board foot and even higher. I found one guy around Tucson through CraigList that has Mesquite as low as $4 but who knows what it looks like. Logs are just fine with me I can buck them down to shorter lengths and slab them with my chainsaw. Then resaw them on my bandsaw. This would give me an excuse to build the light duty sawmill that I have had on my mind for the last 10 years. Thanks Again!
  7. NAT
    01-13-2011 10:59 AM - permalink
    NAT
    HI Gene, back in Feb 09 you posted that you had found an inexpensive source for Mesquite in Arizona. I will be moving to Phoenix, Arizona in a few months from the frosty cold Chicago area and am looking for a source of wood. Mesquite looks like a beautiful wood, would you be willing to share who your source of Mesquite is? If not don't feel bad I understand this is something you would like to keep under raps. Happy travels, Nat.
  8. phinds
    04-19-2009 12:03 PM - permalink
    phinds
    Excellent ... Naturally with all the work I"m putting into this I hope that the max # of folks get some use out of it.
  9. Gene Howe
    03-05-2009 03:45 PM - permalink
    Gene Howe
    Gee, I never get that lucky.
    The wife just reminded me that it was the Ochoa family that owned the restaurant. It was called"The Chuckwagon".
    I know Gibby's. Used to serve great food. Been to a couple wedding receptions and a Quinsenata (SP) there. Been known to bend a elbow in their bar, too.
  10. Sawduster
    03-03-2009 05:24 PM - permalink
    Sawduster
    Small world eh? That wood on Tony's box is spalted lauan. It originated as part of some overseas packing crates several decades ago. I don't know Ochoa's but there's a B&B behind Gibby's bar on the corner of eighth and something, kitty corner from the Chamber of Commerce building. Gibby's is across the street from Murphy's drug store in the movie. I don't think the B&B does any business. If it does, I have no idea why.

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    The Patriot Woodworker

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