San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association Volume 35 Newsletter

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San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association Volume 35 Newsletter September, 2016 Issue 6 Our 35th Year of Bringing Woodworkers Together

The Next Meeting is 7 pm, Wednesday, September 28th, at the Al Bahr Temple 5440 Kearney Mesa Rd. (behind the Hampton Inn)

September Program: Daniel Feathers Montano, Wildfowl Carver Dell Cover, Program Chairman Our September program will feature Daniel Feathers Montano, a renowned wildfowl carver. Daniel will be showing us how he carves and paints wildfowl from palm frond and tupelo wood. Daniel has won numerous awards, made 2 front covers in Wildfowl Carving and Collecting magazine, and he’s just won a world wildfowl carving championship in the interpretive category. His award winning entry is called Blue Cubist Ruddy Duck. He also specializes in painting feathers on decoys and we will get to see how he does that too. See you there, Del Cover

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schooling. The kids are back in school and many of our members are no doubt taking classes at Palomar.

Steve Zonce Shop Tour November 5th

I sincerely hope that everyone enjoyed the summer months and is ready to enjoy fall even more. Like many of you, I grew up somewhere else and chose to move here. This summer, I was finally able to check off something on my bucket list: riding my bike on the country roads of Kentucky and Tennessee where I grew up; it was truly enjoyable. So much has changed, although somehow it all looked familiar.

Dale Stauffer, Shop Tours Chairman On November 5th, Steve Zonce is opening his shop to SDFWA members. He is originally from Boston and now lives and works in Clairemont. He’s had 4 years of formal woodshop training in high school, however, has been building things for as long as he can remember. He’s also a musician and has been playing guitar since age 10. Several years ago, he got into making guitars and basses and has taken several professional classes on building and maintaining instruments. Two years ago, he built his own shop and, last year, gave up his corporate job. He has since opened his own business building furniture and guitars. His shop is located at 5642 Printwood Way San Diego, CA 92117. Directions: from I805 go west on Clairemont Mesa Drive, Turn left onto Kesling Street, turn right onto Mt Abernathy Ave., Turn right onto Printwood Way.

While some of us were goofing off, others were working hard to promote SDFWA activities. Dale Stauffer managed to have it both ways; although he is still out of town in his RV, he arranged for us to have a tour of the fascinating Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum in Carlsbad last July. This was very interesting, and if you missed our tour, it is open to the public so you have a chance for a make-up tour. On September 10, which is still in the future as I write this, we will be welcomed on a tour of Howard Boehm’s shop in Blossom Valley. I understand that it too will be very interesting, so I look forward to the tour along with the chance to spend time with some of our members again. Also, Ed Gladney was busy, he had just finished Design In Wood in early July when he promptly turned his attention to the Fall Seminar. Many of you have already signed up and I hope others will join us in attending the seminar. This year we are fortunate to have Jeff Miller, a professional woodworker from Chicago, to lead us through what sounds like a very interesting demonstration on chair making. I understand from Ed that Jeff will be showing us how to do it with both contemporary as well as period pieces. It is not only convenient to have these first rate teachers come to San Diego to help us further our skills, it’s also cheaper than such events typically run (Highland Woodworking is currently advertising a two day seminar with Jeff for $235). We feed you donuts in the morning and lunch; what else is needed to make a woodworker happy?

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ President’s Message September 2016 Bernie Burke, President SDFWA

Gary Anderson and his team have made tremendous progress in our efforts to open a Member Shop. I wish I had the words to express the depth of our appreciation to all of you who have so generously donated the funds needed to get the shop up and running. Our fund raising program is still in progress, but even now it is clear that we will

I don’t know if others share this or not, but I can’t help but feel like we are starting a new year around Labor Day. It doesn’t matter that January is months off; I blame it on too much 2

be successful in raising the funds needed to soon rent a shop facility and get it well equipped. Due to this extraordinary progress in fund raising we are beginning to search for a rental site, and we have turned to starting the process of signing up members for shop memberships. Yes, there will be a modest charge to become a member of the shop with working privileges, but the cost is extraordinarily low and the fellows have devised a system for allocating shop time which looks like it should work really well. Many have already signed up, but we continue to need others to do so.

and a new sound system, so please come out to meet with us; come early and get a chance to see Rockler’s presentation and to wander around.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2016 Design In Wood Ed Gladney Special Events Chairman Design In Wood Report

Simply put, our overall plan for the shop has been that through donations, with which we would raise the funds, that will allow us to pay for the equipment before opening. It now seems clear, that we will be successful in that effort. But that is only part of the startup process, since we will be in a rented facility and have other periodic costs, such as utilities. Our plan calls for these operating costs to be covered by affordable fees to members, who want access to the shop. Before we can justify spending the precious funds donated by our members to buy the equipment, we need to demonstrate that enough members have stepped up and committed to a shop membership so that it’s clear we will be able to cover operating costs. Additionally, the number of sign-ups will help us to judge the size of the facility and equipment which will be needed. Please refer to the mailers, our website, or to Gary’s comments for additional details on membership options, or ask one of us if you have questions. We are looking to try to make a decision on all of this well before year’s end in order to open the shop somewhere in the Miramar area shortly after the beginning of the new year. Please understand that this is likely to be our only chance to do this and that time is of the essence. So please help us to the extent that you can in this exciting effort.

This was another banner year for the 35th Design in Wood juried exhibition of fine woodworking. I want to thank our many volunteers who came in to walk the floor and work in the chair shop. I want to apologize for those of you that had to pay for parking or had trouble parking because the lot was full. Even some of our fair employees had to walk to or from Horse Park because of the backup of the busses in traffic. The fairgrounds lost a significant part of their parking this year due to the state taking back more of the parking lot to return it to the San Dieguito Lagoon and wetlands preserve. This is a situation that will continue until the fairgrounds can come up with an answer. I can only suggest that next year you get there as early as possible and enjoy the fair before your shift starts. There are several other offsite free parking areas with bus service to the west gate. We had another record year with attendance at the fair over 1.5 million exceeding last year’s attendance. We always hear from the many attending that Design in Wood is their favorite exhibit. We had 390 entries this year and 378 made it into the show. We had approximately 83 tables entered which made laying out the exhibition quite a challenge. We had 128 SDFWA member entries, 75 entries from San Diego Wood Turners, 20 entries from the San Diego scroll saw clubs, 87 entries made from recycled or urban wood. We again had visitors from other woodworking associations, who come to see how we do things. We seem to have the right formula. The number of entries

Congratulations to Dick Ugoretz and his Estate Sale committee for success in their first shop sale to help a member dispose of his equipment and regain access to his garage. Our September meeting will be on the 28th at the Al Bahr Temple, as always, 5440 Kearny Mesa Rd. behind the Hampton Inn. Del Cover has arranged another interesting program; this time featuring Daniel Feathers Montano, a wildfowl carver. I am anxious to learn how he does this extraordinary work. By then, they should be finished with facility upgrades which include improved air conditioning 3

in each class is listed below. The number of entries in each class varies every year. This year, we had more Traditional Furniture class entries and more tables than usual. Once again, thanks to everyone who helped make this year another great success.

Member Shop Project Gary Anderson, Member Shop Chairman I’m excited to share with you that we are very close to hitting our fundraising target for our initial Equipment Budget of $100,000. By the time you read this, we’ll be over $90,000. This is an incredible amount of money for us to have raised in such a short time frame. Thank you again to those of you who have stepped up and made this happen!

# Entries: Class: 59 Class 001 Contemporary Woodworking - Furniture 30 Class 002 Contemporary Woodworking - Accessories 23 Class 003 Traditional Woodworking Furniture 14 Class 004 Traditional Woodworking Accessories 30 Class 005 Art Furniture 6 Class 006 Furniture by Computer Laser and/ or CNC 12 Class 007 Made for Children 6 Class 008 Model Building - Scale 4 Class 009 Model Building - Not to Scale 15 Class 010 Musical Instruments 5 Class 011 Clocks 3 Class 012 Veneering/Marquetry Furniture 10 Class 013 Veneering/Marquetry - Art 2 Class 014 Veneering/Marquetry by Computer Laser and/or CNC 31 Class 015 Wood Turning - Face Work: Perpendicular 19 Class 016 Wood Turning - Center Work -Parallel 24 Class 017 Wood Turning – Embellish/Mixed Media 13 Class 018 Wood Turning Laminated/Segmented 3 Class 019 Wood Carving - Animals 11 Class 020 Wood Carving - Birds 2 Class 021 Wood Carving - Marine Animals 11 Class 022 Wood Carving - Human Form 14 Class 023 Wood Carving - Open 20 Class 024 Scroll Saw - Intarsia 10 Class 025 Scroll Saw - Fretwork (Pierced & Unpierced)

And…we have one Member who stepped up in a VERY big way…with a check for $20,000!! This individual wishes to remain anonymous, but deserves a huge “Thank You” for really making a difference. We have tentatively set this aside as our “Build Out” budget. I’m optimistic that we should be able to build out virtually any space we lease for that amount. That leaves us with just one financial hurdle left to clear. We need to sign up enough Members that the annual dues will cover the majority of our Operating Expenses on an ongoing basis. We kicked off our Membership Drive August 1st and, as of this writing, have 75 Members signed up. That’s a great start, but we need well over 200 to meet the numbers in our Plan. So if you have not yet purchased your Membership, you’re holding up the opening of our new Shop! You can get Membership details on our website. But you can buy the Silver Membership for just $125 for one year! You also need to pay a one-time Initiation Fee. To encourage you to act now, that $99 Fee has been discounted to just $69 during the month of September. So for just $194 total, you will have access to our new Member Shop for 12 months! Remember, these monies are being

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escrowed. If for any reason the Shop does not open, you will receive a full refund.

needs come up within the community. Additionally, we’ll be organizing regular work parties to build and assemble products we can sell to support the ongoing financial needs of the Shop. So if you’ve always wanted to feel more a part of the group, this IS the answer! Did I mention we plan to have a full Woodworking Library?

I know some of you are still on the fence. So let me address some of your concerns. First, you want to know the location. But until we’re authorized to sign a lease, we won’t know what will be available. And, until you buy a Membership, we won’t be authorized to sign a lease. We can tell you that we have targeted an area, the center point of which is the Al Bahr Shrine where we meet. We fully expect to find something in that Clairemont, Kearny Mesa, Miramar area. And we’ll obviously be looking for something easily accessible (close to a freeway).

With your support, we can move ahead now! Please take a moment to go to the website and purchase your Membership. And if you have further questions, feel free to call or email me. We’re counting on you! Thanks! [email protected] 619-670-1181

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Second, you want to know what equipment will be available. This depends, of course, on the amount of money we have to spend. I can tell you we already have a large CNC machine; a large re-saw band saw; a Professional Model Saw Stop table saw; a beautiful scroll saw; two serious lathes; and a host of more typical Home Shop equipment, such as jointers, planers, all types of sanders, including a thickness sander. The total amount of money we’ve spent so far is less than $2,000. So you can see we’ve had some very generous donations. That means we still have a lot of money to spend on things like a laser engraver, wide belt sander, heavy duty planer, spray booth and much, much more. This is going to be a very well equipped shop!

Mentor Class Bob Stevenson Mentor Program Chairman Any member who is interested in mentoring other members; either one on one, or in small groups, please notify Bob Stevenson at [email protected] . Please provide name, address, and topics of interest.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ September Raffle

Third, you don’t think you’ll use a Shop that much. I respectfully disagree. The Shop will not be just for your own personal projects. You’ll have the opportunity to attend a wide range of both skills and project based, handson classes. We’ll be able to expand our Toy Building Program to include those of you that would like to be involved in a group effort. There will be other group projects as specific

James Strawn, Raffle Program Chairman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

$100 Gift Card from TH&H Goose Neck Scraper Set Multi-Tip Screwdriver Combination Stones: 3,000/8,000 Grit Combo Sliding Rule Square No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane

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ShopNotes

Toy Program Roger Solheid, Toy Program Chairman

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Since our last report, the following toys have been completed in 2016:

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Cars Cars & Trucks Animal cut-outs Doll Strollers

Charlie Brown George Byrne Charlie Brown Jerry’s Toy Shop

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Magazine Program Mike Switalski, Magazine & Book Sales Chairman A big “Thank You” to the following SDFWA members for their magazine and book donations during the July 27, 2016 Membership Meeting: Del Cover, Bill Cecil, Cy Steele, Emmett Brown, Rolland Crosby, and Roberto. We would also like to thank and acknowledge non-member Bill Borsch for his generous donation of three cartons of WOOD magazines.

WOOD Magazine

- $50

Complete Set! Does not include latest issue #225

Magazine Sales Manager Opportunity Looking for an opportunity to contribute to the on-going success of the SDFWA? How about taking on the responsibility for magazine and book sales? After 3 very enjoyable years in my current position as Magazine Sales Manager, I will be stepping down effective 12/31/16. We would like to identify a replacement candidate, as soon as possible, to insure a smooth transition in the December/January timeframe. As Magazine Sales Manager, you are the first to review new magazine, book, CD, and DVD contributions. Primary responsibilities include the setup and tear down of the magazine tables at each of the membership meetings (7 meetings per year). All funds raised from magazine and book sales are used to fund ongoing SDFWA programs. This is a very visible position and provides an opportunity to interact with a large number of members during each of the meetings. If you are interested in knowing more about this opportunity, please feel free to discuss with me in more detail during the September meeting or contact one of the Board members to express your interest.

We have a number of hardcopy magazine collections available for purchase. Help us clear out a major portion of our magazine inventory and quickly jump start your woodworking magazine collection. As an added incentive, prices have been reduced! We will have the following magazine collections for sale at the September 28, 2016 membership meeting: # of Price Issues 128 $20 12/99 – 3/16

– $30

Remember if you are doing some “Summer/Fall Clean-Up” around the house, shop, or garage; instead of placing slightly used items in the local landfill, please consider a “green alternative” and donate your old woodworking books, CDs, VHS tapes or DVDs to the SDFWA. We would gladly accept your donation for the Magazine Program; and remember, all funds raised by the magazine program are used to support on-going SDFWA activities, such as the toy program and community out-reach efforts. Thank you for your continued support!

Our toy production total for the period was 124 and 611 for 2016.

Magazine

#1 #138 #1 #224

Comment Includes a durable wooden carrying case. Less than $0.20 per magazine.

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Member, Bob Stevenson, has been honored by Early American Life Magazine Longtime member, Bob Stevenson, has won many awards for woodworking throughout his life. He has served SDFWA in too many ways to mention. He has now been honored by being selected by Early American Life Magazine for traditional handcraftsmanship and dedication to preserving America’s heritage arts. You may go to their website by clicking on www.EarlyAmericanLife.com . His work is shown in the Early American Life Directory Edition, August 2016, Artists in the Museum. Their description and photo of his work follows: Robert Stevenson crafted his reproduction of a Newburyport, Massachusetts, Federal ladies portable desk in mahogany and curly maple with mahogany, birch, and avodire veneers and holly and ebony stringing. The desk stands 45 inches high.

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Pro Bono Report Jim Vitale Pro Bono Chairman It is great to hear that Jim is doing well after his life threatening health crisis. He plays a vital part in the wonderful outreach so many people at SDFWA make to the San Diego community. We are grateful that he is still out and about as the Pro Bono Chairman. Thanks, Jim! Jim received the following letter of gratitude from the Salvation Army for items made by the toy makers of the SDFWA:

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2016 San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association DIRECTORS President: Vice-President: Treasurer: Secretary: Member at Large:

Bernie Burke Dale Stauffer Jeff Bratt Lou Adzima Dick Ugoretz

760-723-0972 619-561-2202 619-276-8641 858-349-2780 858-490-6295

[email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

COMMITTEES Community Outreach Craftsman list: E-Mail List Manager: Historian: Magazine & book sales: Membership: Membership Greeter: Member Shop Project

Mentor Program: Merchandise: Newsletter: Pro Bono: Programs: Property: Publicity: Refreshments:

Resources/Raffle: Scholarships: Shop Tours: Shows & Exhibits: Sound Technician: Special Events: Swap Meet: Toy Program:

Video Library: Video Technician: Wants and Disposals: Web Site:

Mike McElhiney Ron Rossi Harry Baldwin Lou Adzima Mike Switalski Bryan Blacksher (C) Mike Davis Kevin Deal Gary Anderson (C) Pete Sterling Jeff Bratt Bob Stevenson Matt Evans Adrian Larson Jim Vitale Del Cover Dale Stauffer Clare Pister (C) Jeanne Skinner Don Spangler (C) Ron Rossi Carl Drake George Latucca Jim Strawn Jim Strawn Dale Stauffer Ed Gladney Tony Tait Ed Gladney Don Spangler Roger Solheid (C) Charlie Bierman Terry Stolzoff Bob Reese Michael Fairbanks Dave Barnhart Jeff Bratt (C) Doug Murphy

858-761-7020 619-582-9883 858-278-8718 619-922-0311 858-444-0085 858-414-7233 858-486-1014 951-565-6848 619-670-1181 858-484-6696 619-276-8641 619-422-7338 858-366-5499 858-672-1808 858-623-8630 858-270-7739 619-561-2202 434-989-2357 619-561-1655 858-270-6165 619-582-9983 619-446-7532 858-337-7862 619-887-8090 619-887-8090 619-561-2202 858-484-4366 619-723-4513 858-484-4366 858-270-6165 858-279-1140 619-276-0048 619-869-1224 858-695-2460 619-465-4972 760-721-1457 619-276-8641 619-441-9665

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General Membership Meetings

Board Meetings

Al Bahr Temple 5440 Kearny Mesa Road, SD (behind the Hampton Inn) 7:00 PM

The Hardwood & Hardware Co. 8849 Complex Drive, SD 7:00 PM

Wednesday: September 28 November 30

Wednesday: November 2

SDFWA Mailing Address P.O. Box 82323 San Diego, CA 92138-2323

SDFWA Web Page Address http://www.sdfwa.org

 Powermatic Scrollsaw $300 Mike Zukovich (619) 992-5066 [email protected]

Wants: Need Source of custom Bandsaw blades 142” long. Paul Appelquist (619) 396-3090

 Craftsman Jointer 6-1/8” Model 113.20650 $125.00 Dennis Kehoe (760) 802-8418 [email protected]

Disposals: Free Restoration Project; 1939 World’s Fair souvenir box. Hoping to find someone to fix it properly then sell it for a charity or keep it. Kim Laru [email protected]

 Large collection of Fine Home Building andFine Homebuilding Magazines, Continuous from 1982 to present, and some issues from 1980 & 1981, 50 cents per copy OBO for whole collection.

Free poplar logs: four green logs David Brin [email protected]  Various types of leather, including broad straps, leather cord, and small pieces $35 two grocery bags full of leather When you buy with a friend, we can reduce the price to $25 per person Fernando Pinon [email protected] (210) 279-0428 www.arthouseunited.com 765 Agate St., San Diego, CA 92109

Geetech floor standing hollow chisel mortising machine , low use and accurate, includes set of chisels $400 OBO Dayton brand industrial dust collectors, both 2 stage 220 volt., one 1 hp/24: dia., one 1/3 hp/18” dia. Work great $150 OBO for the pair Glen Carlson [email protected] 619-318-2496

 HTC Table saw guard and dust collector asking $30 Terry Stolzoff (619) 869-1347 [email protected]

 Powermatic PM 719A Mortiser with: HTC universal base, Jet mortising chisels size 2 and ¼”,⅜”, ½”,⅝”; Clico Mortising Chisel ¼”; All collars and parts with original purchase, excellent condition, used for only 3-4 projects. Asking price $750 (858) 822-8471 [email protected]

 Incra table saw fence system It is the TS-LS 32'' system Asking $350 obo Howard Springsteen [email protected] 10

 Shop Stand Trolleys, very sturdy with heavy duty wheels. Base size: 52” x 37” Height:: 51”x 72” Eight available at $45 each. Gavin Dawson (760) 685-2994 [email protected]

3" face plate $20; 6" face plate $39; 9" face plate $46 No. of Rd Metal Spinning Tools set of 5 never used $375.00 Rockwell Delta Cup Center 2 MT replaceable tip morse taper $14.00

 Multiple Items: Most items are new. A couple items were used once for a particular project. $4375 for the whole lot

Rockwell Delta Spur Center 4 spurs $16.00 Rockwell Delta Wood Lathe metal turning compound slide rest $250.00

Rockwell Delta 46-450 wood lathe serial # FH-2685 $1500

Getting the Most Out of your Lathe wood/metal turning book $19.00

Rare Rockwell Delta wood lathe cast iron tool stand #DDL181 $199.00

Set of 4 Carbide Wood Turning Chisels never used $200.00

Rockwell Delta Lathe steady rest $100.00 RD Gap filler block $149.00

Rockwell Delta Spur Center Drive $29.00

Rockwell Delta screw center with No. 2 MT $29.00

Set of 10 HSS Wood turning chisels never used $318.00

Rockwell Delta lathe center $11.00

Rockwell Delta 46-480 Wood Turning Duplicator $200.00

Craftsman Spur Center No. 2 M.T. 9 21072 $30.00

Rockwell Delta Right Angle 6” tool support $39.00

Rockwell Delta 6" tool rest $53.00 Rockwell Delta #46-111 straight 12" tool rest $34.00

Rockwell Delta 24” tool support with 2 posts $129.00

Two Rockwell Delta DDL594 tool rest holders AKA Banjo $99.95 each Charles Anacker [email protected]

Spinning Tool Rest and fulcrum $95.00 Craftsman Ball Bearing 60’ Center No. 2 M.T, 9 21132 $34.00

Rockwell Delta 46-950 3 JAW 4” Leather Chuck with two jaw sets $68.00

 Used Motors/Blowers Many used AC motors 1/3 and ½ hp and squirrel cage motors, all work Motor $35 Blower $45 Ronald Fay (760) 788-6745 [email protected]

Rockwell Delta 46-490 Spinning Center with Interchangeable Centers 60’, Cup, and Flat $57.00

 1983 Grizzly Long Bed Jointer 1½ hp motor Weight 450 lbs. runs good $350

Rockwell Delta CWL=43 LATHE offset tool rest holder extension $49.00

1936 Craftsman Bench Lathe 9” swing, 44” bed with wood and metal working accessories $150 (858) 922-6848 [email protected]ud.com

Rockwell Delta Banjo stock wrench $29.00

Jacobs Geared ½" drill chuck $45.00 11

 Craftsman 4 1/8” Jointer-Planer Really old $25

Rockwel Portaplane 126 $120 Porter Cable Tiger Saw $55

Vermont American Drill Press for use with hand held drill $10 (619) 988-4551 [email protected]

Delta Hollow chisel Mortiser model 14-650 $250 Small Drill Press $40



Craftsman 10” radial arm saw $75 obo Chris Guelich [email protected] 619-307-1896

Laguna Tools horizontal mortiser (requires router) $275

Delta benchtop12" disc sander, model 31-120 Adjustable table, 1hpmotor $150

 Shop Closing: Delta no. 37-207 vintage 6” jointer, ggod shape, bed rust free $250

Rigid wet/dry shopvac, 8 gal capacity, Model WDO. $85

$Jet air filter, extra filter, 3 speed, rempte $255 Porter Cable pancake air compressor, 6 gal capacity. $85 Richard Fink [email protected]

Jet jointer, little used, extra set new blades $375 Delta 18” scroll saw, many extra blades $225

 Record CL3 Wood Lathe and accessories 48” Bed, swiveling head for large turnings, 3 steady rests, 2 spur centers, cup center, ball bearing center, ½” drill chuck, 4 face plates, owners manual, shop made stand with sand weighted legs $400 Doug Murphy (619) 994-0869 [email protected]

Shop roller stands, pair $20 [email protected] 760-436-1066  Estate Sale: Dowling jig, Vice, ½ Sheet finishing sander, Bench grinder, ½ hp Craftsman jointer, AMT ballers, Mortising chisel sharpener, Skill 6.5” circular saw, Hinge guide system, Porter Cable palm sander, Porter Cable router, Milwawkee sawzall Make offers Jay Foster [email protected]

 Grizzly Router Table cast iron with sliding table Model Number GO528 No router, no rust, good shape $150 Call David (858) 273-3701 [email protected]



Sears Air Compressor, 12 gallon, 2 cylinder,

Drill Press, floor standing, 5 speed, ½ hp, Taiwan Safety Speed Cut panel saw $1000

Bench grinder, 8”, 2 wheel, on stand, Taiwan,

 Jet Shaper 3hp,JWS 25CS $1000 Ron Hanson [email protected] 760-743-6500 

Wards Powr-Kraft Radial Arm Saw, 10”, on stand with table. $320 for all, 0BO together or seperately. 858-672-1808 [email protected]

3/8: bender board, Luan, 8’ piece: 5’ of board is 32” wide, 3’ of board is 30” wide. Updated List and Photos available on website Please check the website at www.sdfwa.org or http://www.sdfwa.org/wants-and-disposals/

Delta Shopmaster Miter Saw 10” blade $25 Pony Clamps 3 sets, $15 per set or $35 for all 3 sets 12

Sponsors To receive your discounts, please show your membership card before you make a purchase

Apollo Sprayers International, Inc. Email: www.HVLP.com www.

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Established in 1966, Apollo Sprayers International, Inc. manufacturer a complete range of High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) spray finishing equipment for the professional woodworker and home hobbyist.

Specializing in spray finishing equipment. Local distributor for Devilbiss, Graco, Paasche, Gema, and Anest Iwata products 10% discount to SDFWA members.

We are a small family owned business, owned and operated in Vista since 1989. We pride ourselves in producing high quality turbo spray systems and spray guns that we support with the highest possible level of customer service.

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We also carry a complete line of finishing supplies through our virtual store located on the web at www.TheFinishingStore.com. Come by and read tips from expert finishers, subscribe to our monthly newsletter and peruse over 400 products all designed around making finishing easy.

Nail guns, brads, staples, nails, plus accessories for nail guns and repair service. Distributor for 3M, Senco, Haubold, Josef Kihlberg, Spotnail, Hitachi, Bostich and Paslode. 10% discount on sales and service to members.

Bayside Paint, Inc. www.baysidepaint.com Email: [email protected]

Frost Hardwood Lumber Company

1228 Knoxville St., San Diego, CA 92120 Phone (619) 275-7800 Hours: 6:30 – 5:30 M-F, 8 -5 Saturdays Robert Lewis, Manager

6565 Miramar Rd. San Diego,CA 92121 Phone (858) 455-9060 Fax (858) 455-0455 Hours: 7:00-4:30 M-F, 8:00-12:30 Sat Jim Frost

www.frosthardwood.com "Everything in Hardwoods since 1911"

With over a century in business, Frost Hardwood is dedicated to providing quality wood and related products to the woodworking industry. Our facility includes; full service custom milling, panel press and warehouse. Domestic and Import Hardwoods, Plywood's hardwood/softwood, Butcher Block, Veneers, MDF, MDO, Molding, Melamine TFM, Laminate HPL, Flooring custom/engineered, Tools, and Adhesives. The Frosts (G.T., Jim and Byram), along with their team, are here to help with all your wood working needs. Special SDFWAdiscount.

Mohawk Finishing Products and many other stains, sealers, fillers and tools. Free delivery with minimum order and UPS shipping available. 10% discount to SDFWA members DeWalt, Porter Cable, Delta Factory Service Center 7290 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: (858) 279-2012 Hours: 7:30-4:30 M-F Dave Stelmachowski, Manager Porter Cable, DeWalt, Devilbiss, Black + Decker, Stanley, Bostitch, FLEX, and Oldham Parts, Accessories, Repairs Special consideration to SDFWA members

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TH&H The Hardwood and Hardware Company The Woodworkers one Stop for Material and Supplies www.th-h.com

Packaging Store www.gopackagingstore.com 7848 Silverton, Suite A, San Diego, CA 92128 Phone (858) 549-7274 Hours: 9:00-5:00 M-F Peter Wharf, Manager Custom boxes, crating, packaging supplies and shipping. Phone estimates and pick up service available. 10% discount to SDFWA members

8849 Complex Dr. San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: (858) 536-1800 Fax: (858) 614-1811 Hours: 7:00-5:00 M-F, 9:00-4:00 Sat. Tom Drinnon, Manager Hardwood lumber, Moldings, Veneers, Cabinet Hardware, Finishes, Hand Tools and Supplies. Contractor discount to members.

R. S. Hughes Co. Inc. www.rshughes.com

TH&H goes out of their way for SDFWA! They open their doors and stay late for our board meetings. Thanks TH&H!

2575 Pioneer, Ste.102, Vista, CA 92081-8309 Phone: (760) 579-0222 Hours: 7:45-5:00 M-F Kurtis Lakhani, Manager

Tropical Exotic Hardwoods www.tehwoods.com

San Diego’s largest inventory of 3M abrasives, adhesives, safety equipment and more. Phone orders/estimates. UPS shipping or walk in service available. 10% discount to members. Rockler Woodworking and Hardware www.rockler.com

2270 C Camino Vida Roble, Carlsbad, CA 92011 Phoe: (760) 268-1080 #1 Source for wood, slabs, exotic and reclaimed lumber, turning stock, and more! 10% discount to SDFWA Lane Stanton Vance Lumber

8199 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92111 Phone: (858) 268-1005 Hours: 9:00–6:00 M-F, 9:00-5:00 Sat., 11:00-4:00 Sun. Mike Durlak, Manager

360 Vernon Way, El Cajon, CA 92020 Phone: (619) 442-0821 Hours: 7:00-3:00 M-F The company carries domestic and imported hardwoods, molding and panel products for cabinet makers, furniture makers and contractors. Contractor discount to members.

Rockler is an excellent source for hard to find hardware and accessories. Manager Mike Durlak and his staff can help you with good selection of hardware, exotic hardwoods, veneers, inlays, specialty moldings, fine woodworking hand tools, an impressive array of finishing materials, a great selection of books and plans,and weekly workshops in many disciplines. Visit this great woodworking source next time you need that special item no one else seems to have. Catalogues are available. 10% discount on general purchases (except power tools).

Mission Molding & Wood Specialties www.missionmoulding.com 9510 Chesapeake Dr. # 401. San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: (858) 569-8591 Hours: 7:30-5:00 M-F, 8:00-1:00 Sat. Bob Hawk, Manager

Russ Filbeck, Master Chair Maker www.russfilbeck.com E-mail: [email protected]

The sign inside Mission Molding’s door says, "We have one of the largest selections of architectural and decorative moldings in Southern California." Select from more than 300 patterns in a variety of woods as well as polystyrene, fiberglass and primed plastic. The staff of Mission Molding can also supply you with mantels, handrails, balusters, columns and more. Depending on the item, members will get a 5% to 10% discount.

Make your own heirloom quality chair. Chair styles include Appalachian Ladder Back and Windsor chairs. All materials, tools and instruction provided. Class size is limited to two students. Use the web site, e-mail or call Russ to schedule your class. 10% discount for SDFWA members on the Two-Slat Ladder Back or Sack Back Windsor chair class.

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Shellac Finishes www.shellacfinishes.biz Email [email protected] Vijay Velji, Proprietor

grinding facilities, we have both the skills and tools to turn unique designs into reality. Contractor discount to SDFWA members. Tropical Exotic Hardwoods of Latin America www.anexotichardwood.com

Internet only. Shipped USPS De-Waxed Shellac Flakes for classical woodworkers at very competitive prices. SDFWA members must enter coupon code 1010 during checkout to receive a 10% discount

2270 Camino Vida Roble, Suite "B", Carlsbad, Ca. 92011 Phone: (760) 434-3030, Fax: (760) 434-5423 Hours: 8:30-4:30 M-F, 9:30-1:00 Sat. Mitch Talcove, Owner/ Manager

Signature Medallions http://signaturemedallions.com/ Phone: (619) 303-2876 Feel free to call with questions Email [email protected] Gary Anderson, Proprietor

Specializing in a wide selection, varieties, sizes, and shapes of Exotic Hardwoods from Latin America.10%off all purchases with valid SDFWA card (cash or check preferred if SDFWA is being applied). Toolmart, Inc. www.toolmarts.com

The Signature Medallions (a division of the company that does SDFWA membership pins) come in any size, shape,finish, or color. They are a very professional way to “sign” your work. SDFWA members get a 20% discount; Board members and Committee Chairs 40%. Gary will draw up a design for free, no obligation.

2750 Auto Park Way #13, Escondido, CA 92029 1.800-735-8665 , (760) 480-1444 (Direct), (760) 747-2626 (Fax) [email protected] Eric House, General Manager

San Marcos Hardwood Lumber Co www.SanMarcosLumber.com

Discount tool store and authorized repair center. Contractor discount to members.

1415 Descanso Ave, San Marcos, CA 92069 Phone (760) 471-7777 Hours: Mon – Fri 6 AM to 4:30 PM, Saturday 8 AM Noon Don Widders, Manager

Vac-U-Clamp www.vac-u-clamp.com Email: [email protected] 4149 Avenida de la Plata, Oceanside, CA 92056 Toll-free Phone (888) 342-8262, Fax: (888)357-4244 Barney Rigney, Owner

San Marcos Hardwood Lumber Co stocks a large selection of Domestic and Exotic Hardwood Lumber, Hardwood Plywood, Veneers, Live Edge Urban Lumber and Slabs, High-Pressure Laminates, Cabinet Hardware, Drawer Slides, Hinges, Saw Blades, Router Bits, Glues, and just about everything fine woodworkers and the furniture and cabinet industry require. Will-call and/or same day delivery available. Special orders are welcome. Don and his knowledgeable staff can help you choose the right material for your next project. Contractor discount to SDFWA members.

Vac-U-Clamp is the leader in vacuum forming and vacuum laminating technologies. We have a full line of vacuum presses, pumps, materials, and adhesives. VacU-Clamp is your single source for all vacuum forming and vacuum laminating products. 10% discount to SDFWA members. Woodworker West www.woodwest.com

Strata Forest Products www.strataforest.com

P.O. Box 452058, Los Angeles, CA 90045 Phone: (310) 216-9265 Fax: (310) 216-9274 E-mail: [email protected] Ron Goldman, publisher

165 Denny Way, El Cajon, CA 92020 Phone: (619) 449-9663 Hours: 7:00-4:00 Mon.-Sat. Bob Evans & Jack Griede Proprietors

Published bi-monthly to promote craftsmanship in woodworking throughout the western U.S. Discount subscription rate to SDFWA members. $10 for one year and $18 for two year. When applying, after your name add SDFWA member and your member number.

Strata Forest Products is a diversified company specializing in hardwood lumber, panel products and moldings. With years of experience, we have been serving design firms, architects, cabinet shops and the furniture industry in all their hardwood needs. From our wide range of hardwood species, to our custom knife

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