Bosch Deals At Amazon


I’m not a Bosch guy, but I know a lot of you guys are… As such, here’s a deal for you:

If you spend $200 or more, Amazon will give you $50 off the order. Not bad.

Here’s a list.

Hammered In Wisconsin With Baileigh & Jimmy Shine

Editor’s Note: This article originally ran on, but I figured it was relevant to you guys as well…

Fitzgerald once said that you don’t write because you want to say something, you write because you have something to say. That quote has driven me as both a writer and a business owner for some years now and it’s the main reason that I often decline opportunities such as the one Baileigh Industrial offered me a couple of months ago.

Essentially, Shane from Baileigh called and asked if I would be willing to fly out for one of their metal shaping classes. They’d pay the way and the stay, but made no mention of what they expected in return. It’s safe to say, however, that they did expect some coverage from it. This, in and of itself, put me in a weird place.

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A Real Blast Cabinet


My experience with blast cabinets has been based around cheap Chinese made units. You know the drill – pay $100 initially and then double that on parts for modifications (so it will actually work) and then add on a few hours of labor. In the end, I’ve always ended up with a half ass solution that’s only big enough for the smallest of parts.

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A Woodshop Tour

This might be all over The Garage Journal and I just missed it… But, I figured it deserved a feature. It’s a well done video of one proud man and his shop. Enjoy it.

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The Jalopy Journal #3

A bit off topic for the Garage Journal, but some of you guys might be interested in this… Essentially, we’ve released The Jalopy Journal #3. It isn’t a magazine. It’s a book. And it’s a book unlike anything you’ve ever read before. Flipping through it is akin to walking through a museum. It has white walls, white floors, gorgeous abstract art, and a furiously inebriated curator. And that’s really the best way I can describe it.

Anyway, you can get a copy here.

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