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|10 days ago||
What's Up With SketchUp? - 2 replies
Just yesterday, my SketchUp program decided that my trial of the SketchUp 8 Pro version had expired and I would be required to register and buy the Pro version if I were to continue using SketchUp. However, I have never opted to try the Pro version and have been content to use SketchUp 7, never updating to version 8. I have neither any desir...
|142 days ago||
What Nail Gun Oil Won't Interfer With Finish - 21 replies
Does anyone know of a nail gun oil that won’t cause polyurethane to leave birds-eyes around the nail hole because the nail gun has injected oil into the area around the nail? I use a 23-gauge pin gun to attach false drawer fronts, but the area around the nail hole has absorbed the gun oil and blocks the adherence of the finish. I wipe th...
|390 days ago||
GOOD NEWS FOR GREENE & GREENE FANS - 3 replies
Darrell Peart’s new book In the Greene and Greene Style Projects and Details for the Woodworker is available for pre-order at Darrell’s web site http://www.furnituremaker.com/purchase.htm . The book is expected to be released this coming June. For those LJs not familiar with either Darrell or the Greene & Greene style, I encour...
|456 days ago||
Greene & Greene Tsuba Detail--Construction? - 18 replies
The days of making work shop furniture may be coming to an end. My wife recently commented that our kitchen cabinets weren’t as nice as some of my shop furniture and wondered if maybe it was time to update. Granted the kitchen is 20 years old, but it looked fine to me. At any rate, long story short, we’ve decided to explore Greene...
|701 days ago||
Congratulations to Kent Shepherd - 4 replies
Although I’m not sure this is the proper place to post this (and, if I’m wrong, no harm intended), but I wanted everyone to know that fellow woodworker, Kent Shepherd, has an outstanding article entitled “Dado Jig Is a Cut Above” published on page 64 of the current/new issue of “Fine WoodWorking,” June 2012, N...