Wisconsin Wood Workers Guild
Wisconsin Woodworkers Guild

What follows are miscellaneous items of possible interest to our members. These notices are neither verified, endorsed, nor certified by the Wisconsin Woodworkers Guild. Please use appropriate care and due diligence when responding to these posts

 

 02-26-2020  David Sopa

djsopa@hotmail.com
 
I have a new puppy 1 year old and she chewed up 2 spindles on 2 chairs for our dining room set. I would like to know if anyone is interested or can recommend some one to make me a couple new spindles. I do have a sample to copy. Thanks Dave 414-421-7073
 January 15, 2020
  
Greg Weiler
gweiler1@wi.rr.com

 
I recently had to replace my old band saw. It gave up the ghost. Consequently I have several band saw blades that can no longer use. Two are brand new and in original package. They are 84”. Anyone interested can contact me by email or phone:(414)708-6223. They are free. I just don’t want to throw them away. Thanks. Greg Weiler, Mequon
 11-06-2019  Suzanne
 oceanview.clear@gmail.com
 I Have a rather large black walnut tree in the side yard. There is a large limb that comes off of the main trunk and I was wondering if anyone in your club was interested in having this wood to work with. There is plenty of space and the tree is easy to access.
 10-08-2019  Matt Mathe

Email: Matthiaspmathe@gmail.com
Hello! I’m looking for someone who would be interested in doing a couple basic, open top, rectangular boxes for a desk top lamp idea I’m putting together. The boxes would ultimately hold pens/desk supply. I’m looking for two, 3.5”Tx12”Lx5”D open top boxes. Material thickness of whatever seems reasonable. At this point they could be unfinished pine as these would be prototypes with most likely higher quality orders (species/finish/sizes/dividers) to come. Please do let me know if some in the madison/southern WI area would take this small but easy project on.
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