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TheBladerunnerP.O. Box 1838, Thousand Oaks, California 91358-0838January 2018www.cvwa.orgIssue #255

Calendar of Upcoming EventsJanuary 10 -- (NOTE: This is the SECOND WEDNESDAY of the month.) Regular Meeting:7:00PM, Final Nominations for Officers and Directors. Presentation: Bill Aurand– “What you need to know before building kitchen cabinets” slide presentationJanuary 9 -- Just Coffee get-together 10:00am to 11:30am Oaks Mall Food CourtJanuary 17 -- CVWA Breakfast, Pickles Newbury Park, 1940 Newbury Road #100January 18 -- CVWA Board of Director's Meeting 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM President's homeJanuary 26 -- CVWA Breakfast 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Denny's CamarilloFebruary 8 -- (NOTE: This is the Second Thursday of the month.) Regular Meeting:7:00PM, Election of New Officers and Directors. Challenge: TBD. Program:Dave Seidler – “Sandpaper, Abrasives & Scraping Tools”February 13 -- Just Coffee get-together 10:00am to 11:30am Oaks Mall Food CourtFebruary 21 -- CVWA Breakfast, Pickles Newbury Park, 1940 Newbury Road #100February 22 -- CVWA Board of Director's Meeting 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM President's homeFebruary 23 -- CVWA Breakfast 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Denny's CamarilloMarch 1March 13March 21March 22March 23April 5April 10April 18April 19April 27-- Regular Meeting: 7:00PM, Installation of New Officers and Directors. Challenge:TBD. Program: Mike Pentecost – “Sharpening Hand Saws”-- Just Coffee get-together 10:00am to 11:30am Oaks Mall Food Court-- CVWA Breakfast, Pickles Newbury Park, 1940 Newbury Road #100-- CVWA Board of Director's Meeting 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM President's home-- CVWA Breakfast 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Denny's Camarillo-- Regular Meeting: 7:00PM, Challenge: TBD. Program: Ed Reed – “SegmentedTurning”-- Just Coffee get-together 10:00am to 11:30am Oaks Mall Food Court-- CVWA Breakfast, Pickles Newbury Park, 1940 Newbury Road #100-- CVWA Board of Director's Meeting 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM President's home-- CVWA Breakfast 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Denny's CamarilloPresident's MessageHello Fellow Woodworkers!Can you believe it’s the start of another year already? They sure seem to go by faster and faster! Hope youall had a wonderful Holiday Season. My wife and I got to spend time with family and it was great.Issue #255Page 2

I do have some sad news to report. Howard Ford has passed away. His son let us know. Howard was oneof the founding Members of the Club and a past President as well.The New Constitution was voted on and passed at the December Meeting. If you want a copy emailed toyou please email, nominations for the new Board will be held at this Meeting. The Club really needs newpeople to fill all of the positions. Most of the old Board Members have served for many years and will notbe continuing. With the new Constitution structure, Board positions are flexible. This is your chance togive back to the Club without overly committing too much time. Again, please consider donating yourtime and energy to keep the Club healthy and strong.Elections are held at the February Meeting and the New Board is installed in March.Hope to see you at the meeting on WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10!TomTom Welz, PresidentConejo Valley Woodworkers AssociationGoodies for Free***Early Bird Special***Arlen’s done it again! Free Wood!Come early to this month’s Meeting and look through Arlen’s pickup for Arlen Wood. Bring a flashlightto help see inside the truck and pick out the best pieces! First come first serve!Holiday PartyBill and Julie Aurand hosted the December Holiday Party. We all ate well and had a wonderful time! 38people attended. There were several door prizes and the gift exchange was fun as well. Thanks to all whobrought great food and especially Bill and Julie for all their hard work!Issue #255Page 3

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Motion – Notice to Change ConstitutionThe proposed New Constitution was voted on and passed at the December Meeting. If you want a copyemailed to you, please send a request to: to 2018 Meeting DatesRedwood School has a few of the 1st Thursdays of the month reserved for special events in 2018. SeeCalendar above for the first several Meeting dates. January is on the 2nd Wednesday of the monthand February is on the 2nd Thursday of the month.December Toy ProgramOn December 13th, Bill Aurand and Arlen Handberg met with Commander Stephanie Shannon andChief Dave Livingstone of the Simi Valley Police Department and dropped off all of the 877 toys that ourMembers made.Issue #255Page 7

Toys: Who Made WhatBill Aurand - Redwood Heart BoxesTom Welz – CamerasIssue #255Page 8

Bill Battocchio – Helicopters / Cars / Jewelry Boxes with JewelryIssue #255Page 9

Dave Seidler – Cars & BoxesIssue #255Page 10

Arlen Handberg – Cars / Tractors / Airplanes / Tops / Jewelry Boxes / Mini HelicoptersFelix Masci (with help from Chuck Griswold) – Heart Shaped BoxesIssue #255Page 11

Charlie North – Boats & ToastersBill Watkins – Small AnimalsIssue #255Page 12

Dan Waingrow - Disc HelicoptersRaffle Prizes for JanuaryRaffle prizes at the January meeting will be:Bessy FClamps(2) 50WoodcraftGiftCertificateBlack &DeckerScrewGunWoodRiverMultitoolIssue #255Page 13

December Show & TellChristian Ziegler gave a short presentation on his “Hand Made Workbench“. He and Judi are relocatingto Reno Nevada this month and will be missed! Thank you both for all you brought to the Club and goodluck!Large ProjectsMany of you work on large projects that are too cumbersome to carry to meetings. Just send a couple ofphotos so we can feature them in the Bladerunner. Send to Editor Tom Welz at setlwelz@gmail.comGoodies for SaleArt Shaffman still has tools that he would like to sell. He would love to see them go to his fellowwoodworkers. If interested, please contact Art at   Power tools: Rockwell 10” Unisaw -new 2 HP motor and belts 6 mos. ago. 220 volt2 nylon blade inserts & 2 aluminum inserts 1 for dado. He has a Rockwell dado set and a VERYSUPER COOL tm. Fence, many blades all of which have been resharpened, or are brand newin packages. Also, Rockwell 6” dado set.   Bandsaw: Grizzly 14” w/ base cabinet and HTC rolling base under - 220 volt 1.5 H.P. withnumerous blades from 1/8” to 3/4”. All are very lightly used.Issue #255Page 14

  Thickness planer: Dewalt DW 734 mounted on very strong Dewalt rolling base. 115 volt.   Dust collector: Harbor Freight 2 H.P. with aftermarket 250 metal / pleated air filter; just tap thefilter to clean it. 115 volt   Router(s): Bosch 2.3 H.P. w/ bases for hand hold and for under table mounting and fence. Portercable #690 with same attachments extra collets for both. All bits are carbide 1/2” shanksSeparately Freud Boxed kit dovetail bits, Freud boxed kit of rounder bits, Freud boxed,new adjustable tongue and groove set. Kreg router table, Kreg fence. Heavy duty custom builtrouter table with storage drawers. Porter Cable 351 belt sander.   Hand tools new: Veritas: plow plane with numerous blades. Veritas inlay string scraper. 11 TwoCherry brand chisels from 5-30mm. These are the ones with polished steel. Lie Nielsen 1/8” 1” bevel edge socket chisel plus three of the long handles. Primus all wood smoothing plane,Lignum Vitae sole. Narex dovetail chisels 1/2” and 3/4” Veritas set of 4 cabinet scrapers. Veritasjointer edger. Kunz burnisher.   Used Hand tools: Ishihisa smoothing plane 65mm. Hida 3mm bench chisel Wezu: 3" 6” 8”machinist square. Nikon Kebiki marking gauge (3) Bessy 18” parallel jaw clamps, (4) Jet 30”(2) Jet 40" parallel jaw clamps, other marking gauges incl Veritas wheel scoring gauge, wooden,steel marking gauge for mortise. Bi-directional marking knives. 13mm Japanese mortise chisel.Garland leather hammer & far too many other items to include.Woodworking IdeasAs you surf the net for good working information, share them with the rest of us. Email any good links toour Webmaster, Aubrey Grey or Editor Tom Welz setlwelz@gmail.comGood Woodworking Sites for ksoftheTrade page2 HowtoCoilaBandSawBlade2:12LatestUploads page2 ploads page3 SimpleTipforRemovingPencilMarks0:56LatestUploads page1 HowtoCutPlexiglassWithoutChipping2:23LatestUploads page1 HowtoCutCirclesonaTableSaw4:15TableSaws page1 MakingSafeCutsUsingaCustomPushBlockandZero- ‐ClearanceThroatPlate6:00TableSaws page1 SafeRipCutswithaTableSaw&PushSticks9:00TableSaw page1 MakingBoxJointswithTemplates8:36Routers page1 RouterJoineryBasics:DadoJig5:25TricksoftheTrade page1 athebyEdReed PZkdqnsYL 1Hqg1LY8Issue #255Page 15

F9TiHF2tcTableSawSafety- e/48qxudcYPrU?t o36:39mins 5Southern California Tool Swap MeetsAnderson PlywoodFour swap meets per yearThird Saturday of February, May, August, and November6 AM-NOON4020 Sepulveda Blvd. Culver City, CA 90230John Arenson / 310-397-8229San Diego Rockler Swap MeetTwo swap meets per yearFirst Sunday of April (except Easter) and November6 AM-NOON8199 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92111Bill Collins / 619-232-4626Arroyo Swap MeetTwo swap meets per yearSecond Saturday of June and September6 AM-NOON / Limited Dealer Spaces2707 E. Foothill Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91107Bob Wilbur / 626-447-5466PAST San Diego Swap MeetOne swap meet per yearFriday before the Third Weekend of January6 AM-NOONFour Points Sheraton Hotel8110 Aero Dr. San Diego, CA 92123Bob Wilbur / 626-447-5466SoCal Old Tool Swap MeetsTo be on an email reminder list for upcoming events, send your name and emailaddress to laura@toolswapusa.comClub RosterAny member wishing to have a roster of CVWA members, please email a request to Dave Seidler,Davedebby@roadrunner.comIssue #255Page 16

Vendor ListThe following vendors support us by offering discounts to those with a valid membership card.American Fastening Systems Inc591 Constitution Ave. “D” Camarillo.805 388-1552 Ask for Al Redlinewww.americanfasteningsystems.comConejo Electric Motor31200 La Baya #305 Westlake Village805 495-0556 See Bill Butlerwww.conejoelectricmotor.comConejo Hardwoods31275 La Baya, Thousand Oaks805 497-0025www.conejohardwoods.comDecor Paint2820 Thousand Oaks Bl Thousand Oaks,805-495-7097http://www.decorpaintstore.comDo It Center3775 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks805 497-2753www.doitcenter.comFar West Plywood18450 Parthenia St. Northridge.818 885-1511www.farwestplywood.comIntegrity Wood Products7836 Alabama Ave. Canoga Park818 704-7490www.integritywoodproducts.comMayan Lumber2930 Los Olivos, Oxnard805 981-4555www.mayanhardwood.comPeterman Lumber720 Graves Ave. Oxnard.805 987 3877www.petermanlumber.comRoadside Lumber & Hardware29112 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills805 497-1486 Code: 1230www.roadsidelumber.comRockler Pasadena83 south Rosemead Blvd Pasadena 91107www.rockler.comRockler Torrance20725 Hawthorne Bl. Torrance.310-542-1466www.rockler.comSiggia Hardware16260 Raymer St. Van Nuys818-787-1650www.siggia.comSign up on and mentionCVWA for contractor pricingSun Brothers Enterprises.4350 Eileen St. Simi Valley805 526-5794www.sunbrothersenterprises.comSuperior Moulding5953 Sepulveda, Van Nuys 91411818 376-1415 (15% discount)www.superiormoulding.comValencia Lumber and Panel15809 Strathern St. Van Nuys.866-811-2909www.valencialumber.comWoodcraft Orange CountyBeach Bl. @ 22 Fwy.Issue #255Page 17

10% excludes sale items and power 553CVWA Board of DirectorsElected OfficersPresidentTom Welz (805) 630 1299 president@cvwa.orgVice PresidentBill Aurand (805) 231 9656 programs@cvwa.orgSecretaryMike Pentacost(805) 526-6482TreasurerCharlie North(805) 427-5370 cnorthmd@gmail.comMembershipDave SeidlerCommunicationsRandy Spengler communications@cvwa.orgPast PresidentChristian Ziegler (805) 876-0252 491-2599 membership@cvwa.orgAppointed PositionsMentor ProgramDave Seidler (805) 491-2599 membership@cvwa.orgLibrarianRobert Wilson monogene2000@yahoo.comSafety Award Recognition TBDWebmasterAubrey Grey (805) 494-9409 webmaster@cvwa.orgToy ProjectBill Aurand and Arlen HandbergEditorTom Welz (805) 630-1299 editor@cvwa.orgSoundSaxon RobbinsRaffleBill Battocchio (805) 482-0832 wbatt1@yahoo.comRande Bence (805) 349-5507RefreshmentsWillard Anderson (805) 484-39850 wa 1anderson@verizon.netJim Goram (805) 402-2415 jimgorum@gmail.comAuctionWill Robbins 805 241 7984 robbinswill@yahoo.comSilent AuctionTBDIssue #255Page 18

SUPER COOL tm. Fence, many blades all of which have been resharpened, or are brand new in packages. Also, Rockwell 6” dado set. !Bandsaw: Grizzly 14” w/ base cabinet and HTC rolling base under - 220 volt 1.5 H.P. with numerous blad

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