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|09-06-2010 06:42 AM||
Should I Frame the Router Table? - 3 replies
I’m designing a mobile router table. It’s going to hold an Incra LS17 fence, so I’ve decided to go with an offset design. I really like Blake's router table and you’ll notice the influence. Here is what I’ve got so far: Anyway, I’m probably going to build it out of 3/4” Oak Plywood and maybe Re...
|07-23-2010 05:38 PM||
Lines from Hand Plane - 13 replies
I’m having a problem with “lines” or gouge marks when I plane pine. I know this is really soft wood and it likely wouldn’t happen on hardwood. I’m wondering if anyone has any ideas why this is happening. I’m using a Lee Valley Low Angle Smoother a 38-degree bevel and it is freshly sharpened. As I...
|01-23-2010 07:22 AM||
Statistic of the Day - 8 replies
This just in…. 9 out of 10 constipated people don’t give a crap!
|01-17-2010 11:09 PM||
Stupid Tablesaw...Stupid operator - 8 replies
I just had one of those moments where I was so angry and frustrated that I just had to leave everything as it was and walk out of the shop. If I start working again, I’m going to screw up more or get myself hurt. >>Yells at the top of his lungs<< OK, that feels better. Just a bit better.I’m making 6 Spagnolo-style cutti...
|04-18-2009 05:32 AM||
Evening out the inlay - 8 replies
Related to my previous post on the jewelry box I’m making…..On the sides of the box, I’m putting in a simple inlay. I’ve cut a 3/4” groove in the sides and I’ve glued in a strip down the center of the sides. I like the looks of contrasting wood. Anyway, the inlay strip is raised up about 1/8” or so. ...
|04-18-2009 05:08 AM||
Finishing after resawing - 4 replies
I’m making a jewelry box and have 3/4” stock that I’m going to resaw down to 1/2” on my bandsaw. I’m really new to this, but I’ve made some practice cuts and have found my saw to cut very straight with a 1/2” blade. My question is, once I’m done, how do you recommend finishing the resawn side? ...