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|08-24-2012 12:23 AM||
Hey I'm looking for a LJ member..Bentlyj - 2 replies
Is he still around? Haven’t see any of his postings lately. I search for his older posting, so I could email him, but can’t find any of those either, which I thought was strange. Anyone know anything about him? ThanksAngela
|07-26-2012 05:39 PM||
Any ideas on how you might cut/inlay this? - 13 replies
A friend has asked me to make him a small coffin for his ashes. It’s made from Cypress wood, which I’ve never worked with before and hopefully will never again because it’s so soft and dents from anything. He wants of his cross inlayed in the top but only about half the depth of the cross. So far the only methods I though of is to outline the...
|06-30-2012 01:44 PM||
I’m new to spraying and wondered if there are a techniques or steps for spraying a rectangle box with measurements similar to: 20” length X 6” width X 8” depth? Should it all be sprayed at one time or should it be done in sections? I’m not sure how to get full and even coverage based on the depth and width. I’m spraying shellac, if that ma...
|06-16-2012 08:26 PM||
Question about cutting angled dovetails - 0 replies
Using a Leigh Super Jig to route angled through dovetails I’m making a project that requires a 3 deg angle at one end of my project. I have a Leigh Super Jig 18 that I usually use to route my dovetails. I located an article on Leigh’s website about cuing angled dovetail but it was using a D4 jig. My question is has anyone out there done this ...
|03-04-2012 08:37 PM||
I just finished running a 220 sub breaker in my garage for the new cyclone I purchased. THe cyclone is going to take 5 to 6 weeks to get here and I want to have all the plugs in before it arrives but the question I have it what type of plug does the 220 cyclone have? Can someone send a photo or tell me if it’s the regular 220 plug or a ...
|01-28-2012 10:39 PM||
Question for Cyclone Owners - 10 replies
I’m wondering what HP (horsepower) people are using for their cyclones in the garage shops. Recently Finewoodworking wrote an article stating a garage workshop only needs a 2HP but then the article states even with a 2HP you should install your most dust making equipment as close as possible to the cyclone. I would like to know what ...
|11-15-2011 10:58 PM||
I’m very new to spraying and it doesn’t mention spraying on the can so that’s why I not sure. I have the thinner and was wondering if there’s some reason it can’t be sprayed. ThanksAngela
|11-06-2011 11:11 PM||
I need some help with filling African Mahogany - 12 replies
I’ve done a lot of reading about filling so I didn’t think I would be having such a problem but I think all the article are about filling genuine Mahogany and not African Mahogany, which is much more porous. I’m building a TV stand and I wanted to fill the top. I have stained the top with a water based dye then put a coat of shellc to prtect ...
|10-26-2011 11:55 PM||
Woodworkers in California, I need your Help - 8 replies
I have searched all over looking for SDR35. Everyone I contact states SDR 35 only comes in gasket form. There’s a gasket on one end of the tubing. The woodworkers that I’ve talked to, tell me not to get the gasket ones but the regular green ones. I was told with the white ones I’ll need to glue them together because friction isn’t enough b...
|10-21-2011 10:20 AM||
Where Can I Purchased Dewaxed Shellac Flakes? - 22 replies
I’m having a hard time locating a place to purchase dewaxed shellac flakes. The only places I’ve found are Rockler and Homestead. Does anyone know of other places that sells them? ThanksAngela
|10-12-2011 09:49 PM||
Please read this before answering: I purchased the one on the left is from Home Depot, product No. 00824. It says Wood Sealer and it says it’s a 2 pound cut. I purchased the one on the right is from Rockler, product No. 00854. It says Sanding Sealer but it doesn’t say the cut anywhere on the can. They both have a different product numbe...
|09-24-2011 08:46 PM||
I hope people don’t mind me asking another question but I’m looking at the different table top profiles, which started me thinking what other people have use and liked. I was planning on using a thumbnail and then a cove under that. As I was searching for ideas I located some table top bits designed my Lonnie Bird which I really l...
|09-23-2011 10:23 PM||
I’m making the doors to my TV stand. Since the doors are rather small, 16” X 7-1/4”, I used a 1-1/2” frame. The panel is wood so if won’t be glued in place. Do you think the miter corners will be secured enough on their own with only glue? I was planning on using biscuits but two problems with this. First the biscuits have to be cut down so smal...
|09-22-2011 07:22 AM||
I’m having a problem with the raised panel. This is my first time making raised panel doors. I have made cope and stile with 1/4 plywood before but not raised panel. I’m using a Rockler raise panel cutter with a back cutter. My wood is ¾” thick. The problem is, my understanding is using a back cutter allows the panel to be flush with the rail...
|09-09-2011 05:51 AM||
Easy to make Tapering Jig (table saw angle cutting) - 12 replies
Over the weekend I needed a tapering jig. I ususally purchase stuff like this because I want to spend time building other things but this was too easy not to make. I will be adding a lip on the end of the left leg. The end of the board, which is being tapered, will rest on this piece. The extra piece allows to board to move with the tape...
|09-09-2011 05:34 AM||
I’m making a TV stand. I had plan on adding flush raised panel doors. After making the case, I’m thinking the door openings are too small and might look strange with raised panel. Each door opening is 16” Wide by 7-3/8” high. So either the rail and stiles would have to be rather narrow or the raised panel would have to be. I also thought of o...
|09-02-2011 02:23 AM||
I’ve always use Titebond or Titebond III. Do anyone use something different and why? I’m doing a 48” long by 26” wide glue up. I’m using just two boards so there’s only one glue line and I’m a little worried about strength so I thought I’d ask with everyone else uses. This is a photo of th...
|09-01-2011 10:56 PM||
Filling African Mohogany - 2 replies
I’m making a TV stand and I plan on filling the mohogany. Is there any reason I should fill both sides of the top or the inside parts that aren’t visible? I figure filling is only for show and not for stability but I wanted to make sure this was right. THanksAngela
|09-01-2011 10:51 PM||
I’m making the top of my tv stand and I was wondering how much should the top overhang? I plan on added some type of molding below the top, maybe a cove or something like that. Since I haven’t made something like this before, I didn’t know if there’s sort of a standard for how much the top should overhang the main cabinet. The stand is ...
|08-20-2011 09:48 AM||
Does anyone sharpen their Ridgid planer blades? - 7 replies
I know the knives are “disposable” and Ridgid doesn’t recommend it because the knives are indexed so sharpening the knives is going to reduce you maximum depth of cut. But if this doesn’t matter, I was wondering if anyone sharpens their own Ridgid planer blades?