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|12-13-2012 09:19 PM||
How to repair a cracked wood table top surface? - 4 replies
So I have been pondering the solution to this question for a few weeks now. Needless to say I have yet to come up with an answer that I am convinced will work. I figured the best thing to do is to reach out to the seasoned veterans of LJ. So here is what I have going on. A large crack is forming on a pine table top. It does not go complet...
|05-07-2012 07:03 PM||
Wooden Levels...which kind of wood should I use? - 8 replies
Hello fellow LJers… Lately, I have I have been making my own layout, measuring and leveling tools to take my woodworking to a whole new level (no pun intended). I have knocked out quite a bit from my “Wish-List”, but now I want to make 3 levels. I want a 6’, 4’ and 2’ level (possibly a torpedo level as we...
|05-01-2012 01:44 PM||
LJ App for iPhone & Android - 9 replies
I am curious, is a LJ app in the works? I would LOVE to have LJ on the go, especially since I commute to the city for work. Anyone have any info on this? Lumberjocks, is this going to happen?
|04-17-2012 03:32 PM||
What's Your Favorite Single-use Tool? - 33 replies
I was reading an article in Popular Woodworking Mag and I got to wondering: What tools do you keep around that only do one mundane task around the shop? I have a few such tools, but I would have to say that my go to is the old school Craftsman Robo-Grip pliers. Leave a comment to share your favorite.