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|03-08-2014 04:40 PM||
Walnut got really light in color... - 7 replies
When I bought a large load of QSWO the mill gave me some walnut and cherry slabs. The cherry is fantastic. I’m making a humidor with the box being made of cherry and I wanted to make the miter keys from black walnut. I stored the slabs with other lumber buried deep in the pile. When I went to go retrieve it, it seemed to have lost all it...
|04-24-2013 03:11 AM||
Bit Brace ID help - 7 replies
Hey Jocks, I inherited quite a few old hand tools from my grandfather who passed away about 6 years ago. After my grandmother passed, the whole family was cleaning out the house and I stumbled upon all his old tools. Little did I know at the time I would enjoy restoring old tools as much as creating projects with wood. Anyway, one of the brac...
|02-10-2013 07:45 PM||
Mystery Wood secreting sap/resin while planing? - 3 replies
This may sounds a little weird, and you might call me crazy, but when planing some mystery wood it seemed as though with each pass, some kind of resin or sap or adhesive was being exposed. I received this kitchen cart from my grandmother which was purchased decades ago. I have no idea what kind of wood it is. When I got it, there was some linole...
|12-23-2012 06:23 PM||
Stain lifting off? - 4 replies
I need to turn to the woodworking braintrust, AKA lumberjocks.com, for this one. I’m fairly new to this hobby and working on my first “real” project: a pair of Arts and Crafts end tables. I did one at a time, and I’m finishing the first one. In order to get the color my wife wanted I used General Finishes’ Java gel ...
|07-20-2012 08:58 PM||
Buying rough cut lumber - 23 replies
Hey everyone, I’m in the pre-build phase for some Craftsman end tables for my wife and I. I want to do it right and use quarter sawn white oak. Since my local lumber yard carries this at $7-$9/bf I was a bit dejected. I’m on a tight budget but not a tight timetable. I found a gentleman who rough cuts lumber with a portable saw mil...