Chatoyancy

This word was brought up at the touch up demonstration. Chatoyancy is the shimmer you see as you look into a wood finish and see how the light reflex off the individual fibers and changes colors. Go on the web ,Youtube has videos to show you what I mean. Will blow your mind.
Scott

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CFWC Meeting Tomorrow Wednesday January 16th

We will meet at the Clubhouse at 1:00pm and after a short meeting will
travel to Craft Antique Repair at 273 W. Main Street for a hand on touch up
class. You will try your had at basic touch up. See you tomorrow.
Scott your President.

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Tools For Sale

Connestee resident Fred Greene is liquidating his workshop due to illness. The following tools are available for sale for the best offer. Interested parties should email Doug Kish at douglas.kish@gmail.com for more information and to schedule viewing. Photos of the larger tools are available by email.

Jet Lathe 14”x42” (model JWL 1442VS), with base

Woodturning gouges

Misc woodturning tools (4-jaw chuck, steady rest, and more)

PSI 8” two-speed grinder with Wolverine sharpening jig and Vari-Grind attachment

Ryobi miter saw

Skil stationary sander

Misc small power tools

Misc hand tools

Porter Cable compressor (may need some work)

Poulan Pro gas chain saw with case

McCullough electric chain saw

Craftsman table saw with cast iron extensions (needs work)b4bf91028330462e-photo

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CFWC Wednesday January 16th at 1:00pm Meeting

Woodcrafters will meet Wednesday, January 16, at 1:00 in the Clubhouse for our regular business meeting. Current and prospective members and visitors are welcome. Afterward, we will carpool to Scott Kuba’s shop in Brevard (Craft Antique Repair, 273 W. Main Street, Brevard, NC) where he will present a touch up class where you will learn the basics of filling and touching up of scratches and gouges. Scott will show you how to do it and will sit back and have fun watching (and helping) you do touch up projects yourself. You will learn something to help clean up your finished projects. For more information about our past programs, check out our website: cfwc.woodpress.com. Call Bob Speight (828-883-8010) if you have questions.

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CFWC December

For the new members, We do not meet in December because the holidays are
5 days away and no one shows up anyway.
That said, we will have a program in January and we are working out the details
and I will post next week. Happy holidays to all, and have a great NEW YEAR.
Scott Kuba

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CFWC Meeting Change November 14th

The meeting is moved one week early because of Thanksgiving!!!!!!
This meeting is time for the experienced members to pass on their knowledge.
I have been in the business for 46 years and learn something every meeting
from our members. Just because you know it all, that does not mean you can’t

learn more or remember something you forgot!! LOL

Woodcrafters will meet Wednesday, November 14, at 1:00 in the Clubhouse for our regular business meeting. Visitors and prospective members are welcome. Afterward, we will carpool to Roy Larson’s shop in Connestee, where he and John Hallimore will demonstrate flattening wide slabs with a shop-built router jig. Roy will also demonstrate the compact dust collection system he installed in his wood lathe shop. For more information about our past programs, check out our our website: cfwc.woodpress.com.

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October Program: Parquetry

Woodcrafters will meet Wednesday, October 17,at 1:00 in the Lounge for our regular business meeting. Visitors and prospective members are welcome.  Afterward, we will carpool to David Adler’s shop in Hendersonville.  David is a parquetry artist who displays his work at Number 7 Arts in Brevard. For more about David’s work, navigate to http://www.number7arts.org/site/2018/01/23/david-adler/.

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Woodworking Tools for Sale

The following are for sale from the shop of a long time Western North Carolina Woodworkers Assoc. member who died last year. To see the items and get directions, please contact Lee Rush (828-884-7061, lrush2008@yahoo.com) or Jim Hardy (828-862-6969, jhardy1@comporium.net).
These are located in Pisgah Forest near Brevard, NC. The buyer must move the tools. All
appear in excellent condition.

PRICES REDUCED!!

* Delta Unisaw, 230 v., Catalog No. 36-953 Includes Delta fence with digital scale, 12-13 blades, Freud 6” dado set, extension tables, jigs & fixtures, mobile base $1000
* Stanley Jack Plane with Hock blade $30
* Woodcraft 9” X 12” granite surfacing plate (appears to have not been used) $25

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Portable Tablesaw For Sale

Local Cabinetmaker Steve Huter has a nice DeWalt DWE7480 portable table saw for sale.  It is probably about 6 months old.  Looks new.  Newly sharpened blade (still has the wax on the blade).  He is asking $250, but will give a $50 discount to a member of our club.  You can reach Steve by calling 862-5517 or via email at shuter7498@yahoo.com.  Here are a couple pictures of the saw.

Doug Kish

 

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CFWC Sharpening Event

Congratulations to all the members that helped make the Sharpening Event
a success. We raised $400.00 and will be discussing the scholarship donation
at our next meeting. Great Job!!
Scott Kuba

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