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|09-21-2016 12:43 AM||
Walnut Crib Finsh? - 26 replies
Good evening all, I am ready to finish a walnut crib for my daughter. Im not a big finish guy, and I want it safe for kids, very easy for repairs or to spruce up between kids.I have natural Danish oil.Will this bring out the natural beauty of walnut and be what I am expecting? I was going to steel wool and cost 2-3 times and the wax. Ple...
|12-23-2013 11:59 PM||
hinge advice - 1 reply
I have 6 recipe boxes that are complete but hinges. All I could find short notice here are small box hinges. Should I try and mortise them in (7 to do-14 hinges-28 mortises)?Also best, easiest method.I only have convetional weapons for this assault….. No I dont wait until the last minute.Pics on the shopsmith forum-general woodworking-h...
|12-11-2013 03:56 AM||
best method to bevel small box parts - 1 reply
I need to bevel the parts of a few samll miter -cornered boxes. Q1-Before glue up or after?Q2-simplest methods for maybe 1/8 bevels with no router involvement
|12-11-2013 03:45 AM||
taping up small miter boxes / procedure-tips - 16 replies
Good evening all. I’m ready to glue up a few boxes (aprox 7×5x6 high). They have miter cut corners and I intend on splining them afterwards. However what type of tape would you all suggest for glue up and do you just tape it up dry and then unfold it-glue-and wrap it back up?What about rubber bands and/or clamps?
|04-08-2013 02:09 AM||
Pipe Clamp Glue Ups - 19 replies
Hi all,I’m trying to find the secret to keeping your work flat while using pipe clamps for glue ups. Things always want to bow up or twist or get all kitty-wampus.I am a sponge, you all are the liquid. I need to absorb some technique.
|03-15-2013 11:20 AM||
Table Saw Recommendations - 101 replies
I’m sure this could be an old subject here, but I’d value everyone’s opinion. What is the best, all around table saw, for the money? I don’t have a big budget and I don’t want to experiment with a purchase and not be happy with it, after all, its hard to test drive one. I’d like a nice 110v with an accurate...