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  1. Project Showcase
    I HAVE HAD MORE THAN MY SHARE OF PROJECTS this was really a challenge i had to put all my years of experience to use for this one. two things that saved me my log split-er and shopsmith oh the guys at wanta wheels shipshewana for making the wheels i could have never done that. i have a lot...
  2. Woodturning
    I have the opportunity to buy a Shopsmith ER10 for $150. It comprises a lathe, disc sander, horizontal borer and drill press, and table saw. I am mainly interested in using it as a lathe, so how is it as a lathe? Accurate? Powerful? Swing? Etc.? the picture in the ad looks nice and clean.
  3. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hi, Long time lurker first time poster. My ShopSmith's table saw's limitations (table size, miter, and fence, oh is that all?) are just too frustrating at this point and want to upgrade to something. I have the purse strings loosened to buy a new table saw for the projects I have talked my...
  4. Project Showcase
    I'm not very experienced with woodwork, but with a daughter on the way (due end of January), my father and I am currently working on her crib. I started drawing a week or two ago, and have worked on this an hour or so before work when I have time. After much penciling, I made a (rough)...
  5. New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone. Wausau WI checking in. From my user name here, you'll probably figure out a bit about my shop. I began woodworking on my dad's Shopsmith 10er in the mid 1950's & still use that machine along with another 10er & a MK5 & MK5 "shortie". I suppose, besides being a woodworker, you could...
  6. Power Tools & Machinery
    I just discovered this thing called a ShopSmith, looks pretty cool and seems to do the tasks of many different tools, definatly a shop space saver. I was wondering what your thoughts on them are. Are they a worthy investment?
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