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|01-28-2014 02:09 PM||
Type of Mask/Filter for spraying lacquer - 3 replies
I cannot for the life of me find any good information online about what I need to use to spray lacguer! Can any of you please tell me what a good mask and what type of filters I need to use?Thanks!Mike
|10-31-2013 12:36 AM||
Selling Craftsman Cabinet Saw - $650 - 6 replies
I could have sworn that I used to see a classifieds section here on Lumberjocks, but I can’t seem to find it! I just upgraded, if that is the proper term, to a fully restored 1949 Delta Unisaw :) I need to sell my Craftsman table saw with custom rolling stand. If any of you are interested, or know someone who may be, please contact me. ...
|05-30-2013 01:41 PM||
Need to find split column parts - HELP! - 3 replies
I am attaching a picture of a china cabinet that I really need to get started on soon. I am having a lot of trouble locating split column parts to match what I need to put on the cabinet. I have decided that I will make the plinth blocks for the bottom section myself. And I am pretty sure that the columns themselves are half of a hexagon, so ...
|05-02-2013 08:54 PM||
Sanding epoxy resin? - 4 replies
I plan to build a desk soon that has voids in the top. My plan is to fill the voids with mirror coat. But I want the voids to be perfectly flush with the surrounding wood. If I completely fill the voids with the mirror coat and then sand everything smooth, will I be able to get rid of the swirl marks (made by the sander) in the mirror coat? ...
|01-05-2013 02:01 PM||
What is the thinnest table saw blade? - 26 replies
I am hoping to start a project soon where I will be ripping tons of 1/8” strips on the table saw. I would like to have the thinnest kerf available to minimize waste. I will only be ripping from 3/4” or 1” thick boards, so it will cut easily. Any suggestions? Thanks!Mike
|12-09-2012 08:09 AM||
I remember seeing a fancy miter saw, probably a couple of years ago, that used some sort of articulating arm instead of a sliding mechanism. This eliminated the need to have a lot of space behind the saw, ie. it could sit pretty much up against the wall behind it. I don’t remember the brand and can’t find it anywhere. Can anybody ...
|11-30-2012 06:00 AM||
Where to buy under cabinet lighting??? - 1 reply
I am about to start on my own built-in entertainment center (finally!), and we want lights mounted underneath the top to shine down on the top shelves. I am having a hard time finding what I want. I want the kind that I can drill a big hole into the top (from the bottom) to insert the lights into. So they lights can’t be thicker than th...
|09-21-2011 05:25 PM||
Wooden plaque router templates - 3 replies
While I realize that I can make my own, does anybody know of a place where I can order acrylic (or similar material) router templates to make wooden plaques? I am not having any luck searching the web…
|06-09-2011 09:10 PM||
How to copy paper templates from Wood Magazine - 7 replies
I want to build the knock down cradle featured in one of Wood Magazine’s editions. I have not used their paper diagrams before. How do I get full sized copies of these since they are bigger than a normal sized (8.5”x11”) sheet of paper?
|01-17-2011 04:24 AM||
Advice on old(er) tool purchase? - 5 replies
I have a unique opportunity (to me anyway), to raid a buddy’s stepfather’s woodworking shop for tools and materials to buy. There are two big tools that I am particularly interested in, but would like some advice from you all about them. The first is a Woodtek Lathe. It looks pretty big and even has a small bed to the left of the ...