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|44 days ago||
I always used glue with pocket hole screws to join face frames on cabinets, bookcases, etc. I am not convinced it’s necessary….?? In my current media center project – I am fastening a walnut face frame to a walnut plank carcass using pocket holes every 5-6” I tried a mock-up with extra pieces; 20” pieces f...
|51 days ago||
I wondered if anybody saw this… http://www.viralnova.com/box-of-money/ pretty amazing
|72 days ago||
I seem to have a problem with finishing some oak red oak tables made from 3.5” and 2.5” strips, 1.5” thick, glued together using TBIII, then finished with Minwax Dark Walnut here’s a post of what I thought was a finished product: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/93962 It seems that after applying 4 coats of Minwax oi...
|177 days ago||
Edge-Joining Walnut ; advice and opinions please - 10 replies
Hello everyone I have limited experience working with walnut… I need to create an 18”x70” and (2) 18”x26 boards for an entertainment unit Is it wiser to edge-join 3 pcs at 6” OR 2 pcs @ 9” to create these boards? I have the flexibility to either at this stage ( I just finished rough planing of th...
|210 days ago||
WHAT IS THIS!? termites? beetles? - 11 replies
I cleaned/refurb/finished this antique warehouse cart over 2 months ago – now I’m pretty sure this just started out of nowhere – a little pile of sawdust (one location) being produced from in-between the planks of the cart. I blow it away – in a little over two hours I get what you see above. First – what is...
|273 days ago||
Need help taking gloss/shine out of finish - 4 replies
Hello all; I am making an antique warehouse cart coffee table for a customer – I am using reclaimed beams (resawn to 1.5” thick) as the main top. To make it durable and cleanable – I used a “high-build” oil based poly on some scrap pieces; I like the way it fills in the ridges and holes without really losing t...
|281 days ago||
OK -What's the deal with Cedar ? - 2 replies
I’m building a fence with 1×6x6 cedar pickets attached to PTframing Everywhere I read it is “no maintenance” So is it a bonus if I seal it ? Will I get the “wet” look to stay with it ? What’s everyones experience/opinions?? Thanks
|293 days ago||
I picked up an old warehouse cart that a customer wants to a coffee table made from (all the rage nowadays) I cleaned it with wire brush tools – it removes all the rust and leaves the aged patina look I don’t think I want to paint them – I think the nice the way they are - Question: How should I wipe them down to clea...
|336 days ago||
Hello to my fellow Unisaw owners… I would like to hear opinions on after-market splitters and blade guards YES – at this point I still really like having a blade guard on
|337 days ago||
Hi all I am designing a kitchen island with recessed drawers and a door I want to make a shallow notch at the top of the drawer face instead of using cabinet pulls or knobs Anybody have any pics, advice or resources to help me with my design? Thanks in advance
|357 days ago||
Dust Hood for Delta portable planer - 5 replies
Thanks to Lorin for his inspiration for a home built dust hood for his Delta planer I know a lot of people own these – and they don’t sell a hood anymore I took Lorin’s idea and put my own twist on it using a 12”x2.25” side register boot (purchased from Amazon)You might be able to get one from your local HVAC ...
|373 days ago||
Help from experienced Thien baffle users please.. - 10 replies
I am installing a thien baffle into the metal ring of my Grizzly dust collector (1hp) – similar to this posting http://www.jpthien.com/smf/index.php?topic=100.0 I have searched through the Phil Thien website for the answer to my question but I am still confused My INLET is 6” and is located a the top of the metal ring that h...
|376 days ago||
NO LONGER NEEDED!! Dust Collector Ring - 4 replies
Hi Wanted to see if anybody has the ring from a 1-2 hp dust collector for sale in the New Jersey area I want to use it on my Grizzly DC to make a top-hat style thien separator Thanks for any help Kevin
|383 days ago||
Hello all What is your opinion on sanding or buffing after your final coat of poly? How fine of grit? Steel wool? other? I just finished the third coat of oil based poly on some stock I am finishing before I assemble face frames; Used flexible 3M 320 grit before the last coat – I used satin finish because I’m not a big fa...