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|06-26-2015 06:23 PM||
It seems I am always missing the right screw for the job and have to stop and go to the hardware store to pick up what I need. I searched around the web and found a few options, but before pulling to trigger, I wanted to see if anyone might share how the address this problem and what screws you have on hand, so you don’t run into this i...
|08-26-2013 02:50 PM||
Deft lacquer - desktop after rubout is ploy-able - 4 replies
I sprayed 3 coats of deft gloss lacquer, scuff sanding in between, I would call the finish thicker then I wanted though. I then waited 2 weeks and started to rubout the finish using 400/600 using soapy water. Looking at the finish now, it looks good, but when I put my finger nail on the finish is mars the finish and I also tested a piece of p...
|01-23-2013 06:28 PM||
What is this used for? - 5 replies
I found this in my grandfathers tools and I wanted to know what this tools is and how it is used. I figure it’s some type of guide for metal working. In advance, thanks for our reply!
|12-20-2012 10:07 PM||
Cooper in Arizona - 7 replies
I am looking for someone that has skills in coopering (bucket or barrows) in the Phoenix area. If you know of anyone that has these skills in the Arizona area please reach out to me. Thank you Matt firstname.lastname@example.org
|05-01-2011 08:09 PM||
I want to make a reproduction of the eames wooden stool (see attached) and wanted to get some pointers from someone regarding how to mount and hold the large piece of wood on my jet lathe. I have the middle section turned, but need advice on how to hold the top and bottom when I glue them on and how to turn the concave top after it’s moun...