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Hi, I’m Ray. I’ve been in the woodworking business for over forty years. Twenty years ago, I decided to go into metalworking as well, in order to make the machinery and jigs that my woodworking required.
Since then, I’ve accumulated many different machines, along with their manuals. As a self-taught craftsman, I’ve frequently needed manuals and books to help myself set up or operate complicated machines. That is why I started this service with my family- to make hard-to-find manuals easier for other craftsmen to obtain. I wanted to make the best quality, printed manuals to work with in a shop. After all, I remember the day when they didn’t even have computers.
My son and I do metal and woodworking in our shop. We make some of the smallest inlay in the world. The duck call pictured has over 1,117 individual pieces of wood in it. You can learn more about our shop on our About Us page, or Ozarkwoodworker.com.
We also try to help others identify their machines, and share some of the knowledge we’ve received over the years of experience with rebuilding machines for our shop. That is why we started Ozark Shop Talk Blog to give back to the many people that have helped us learn. We are self-taught machinist and woodworkers, and we had to use the How-To Books, and information in the manuals to learn ourselves.
A gentleman contacted us from Canada about this green Nardini TT-1230 E Turn-Tru metal lathe. He just got it, and was needing some wiring diagrams. We had just the manual he needed for the Nardini TT-1230E with the wiring and parts diagrams. More information on it is below. The Nardini TT-1230 E has a 12″ […]
One of our readers sent us these pictures of what turned out to be an older Rockwell-Delta-Milwaukee heavy duty wood shaper model 43-205 with serial number 78-2093. They were asking us to identify it so he could purchase the correct owner’s manual for it. This shaper is in good condition for it’s age. The serial […]
My Machine by Pat Holbrooke Found this at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis. This poster was illustrated by Pat Holbrooke in 1944. It was in the section displaying the war effort and actions taken in St. Louis and Missouri during the time. I have a lot of respect for the veterans of WWII. […]
We’ve added 19 new Cincinnati milling machine and tool grinder operator’s instruction, service, and parts manuals. We’ve been busy in our shop, but we’ve found some time to scan in and clean up over 1,400 pages of Cincinnati milling machine and tool grinder manuals for you. They have been uploaded and are now available […]