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|06-16-2012 03:22 PM||
Not to be missed - 7 replies
Here’s a link to Design in Wood 2012. Some amazing work: Design in Wood 2012 photos
|05-28-2012 11:20 PM||
I’m taking out carpet in order to use the terrazzo underneath.I was told the carpet tack strips shouldn’t be pulled up. Instead, I was told the nails should be cut flush to the floor.What’s the best tool for this?I have a Porter-Cable oscillating multi-tool; is that the right tool or is there something else folks use?Thanks.
|09-25-2010 06:49 PM||
Feature enhancement: Roll the Dice - 4 replies
I don’t get to visit this site as often as I’d like. I miss—meaning, don’t get to see—much of the work being done by many individuals.So, sometimes I visit and just go to the homepage to “roll the dice” and get a birdseye view of various projects by random posters.I’d like to see Roll the dice in a...
|04-05-2010 12:58 AM||
North Central Florida Get-together - 6 replies
Once again, it’s that time when the weather gets right, the moon gets full, BBQ smoke fills the air, and the beer runs cold. Judy & I will be hosting another get-together Saturday May 1st on our little slice of heaven just outside McIntosh.Folks will begin arriving around 11:00 am and we’ll party as long as we can still stand....
|03-29-2010 09:13 PM||
The best scam spam yet - 11 replies
Check this email I received; this is pathetically funny. Crooks using crooks as a hook.These folks must find a lot of people with only one oar in the water: [Links elided] Dear Victim, We recently arrested a group of West African / Ghana, Benin and Nigerian Internet scam Artists in London and we have reasons to believe you have been one...
|03-20-2009 06:22 PM||
Exciting pen/puzzle event - 3 replies
Take a look here for Puzzle and penmakers raffling items to benefit Eagle’s widow, Lynn → Cool stuff I hope you’ll enjoy looking at the work you see over there, even if you don’t participate.Some phenomenal talent. Probably some of us Jocks’ are there too. ;-) Gary
|12-13-2008 01:54 AM||
In a recent thread, I asked about milling trim for base boards, windows and doors. So, now I’ve found another issue: The windows are very deep and their wooden frames protrude past the drywall roughly 1/2”. The old trim had a more rustic look than we’re going for now: the original trim was simply 1” X 4” rough...
|12-08-2008 01:54 AM||
Milling trim: best techniques? - 4 replies
We’re redoing our master bedroom and I’m going to trim the doors, windows and make baseboards from black walnut. Judy has decided she likes the Ogee Bead Profile and I’ll be using a Vertical Rasied Panel bit to mill the trim. I’m using a PC 3-1/4 HP table mounted router with a strong, tall, home-made fence wherein I can b...
|01-05-2008 05:12 AM||
North Central Florida Bubbasville - 7 replies
I know some of you live somewhere within’ a reasonable travel distance to me. Please mark your Calendars and make plans to attend the second NCFB.Saturday, February 23rd at the home of Judy & Gary outside McIntosh, FL Please RSVP if you can make it so we know how many folks to expect.Details will be posted soon. I’m looking...
|11-09-2007 06:54 PM||
Bloodwood pen blanks for sale - 7 replies
I’ll be milling more bloodwood pen blanks if any of y’all are interested.They are dark, dense premium bloodwood. I sold a lot of these on the IAP and TPS.$1.50 each or $1.25 in lots of 20 or more.10 blanks fits in a flat-rate envelop for $4.60; more than 10 and they have to go in a flat-rate box for $8.95.The blanks are 7/8” X ...
|04-12-2007 12:35 AM||
Please look here If you can make this gathering and aren’t a Woodnet member, please post here or email me and let me know. Cheers,Gary