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|07-22-2016 01:34 AM||
Hinges - 7 replies
Ok my fellow LJ’s, I have been wondering how to select my hinges for my boxes, now I don’t know if there is a rule of thumb when choosing the size or not, When I make my hinge gains should I go right from outside to inside, or do I leave a little of material on the inside edge of the box, just wondering if it’s an esthtics thin...
|06-23-2016 04:23 AM||
Zero clearance plate - 11 replies
Hello my fellow LJ’s I have a problem that I hope someone can help me with, I have a Ridgid R4512 Tablesaw with a throat plat that is only about 3mm thick and I desperately need to make some zero clearance plates, but because of how thin they need to be I don’t know what to do and or use that will be sturdy enough. I’m looking ...
|06-18-2016 02:09 AM||
Dowels - 9 replies
Has anyone made a dowel jig and if so how did you do it Thanks in advance.
|01-15-2016 05:34 AM||
What ply is right - 12 replies
So if you were to make a nice pice of furniture and you could not afford to use any hardwood lumber what would be your choice of plywood or would you use MDF, or even a combo of panel type lumber, keeping in mind that that you want it to look and feel, as elegant as a high end pice of fine furniture, what would you do.
|01-13-2016 02:36 AM||
What's your favourite finish - 24 replies
Happy New Year Guys and Gals, I have been wondering about, finishing for projects. And the types as well as the ways to apply them. So if I may, I would like to ask all of you, yes all of you. What your favourite finishes are, and if you have a special mix for wipe on’s or brands of choice, or how you like to apply them. Wax, poly, paste, ...
|03-16-2013 11:18 PM||
Best finish - 4 replies
Hi Guys & Gals, I do have a very good question, what is the best way to Finnish a cutting board and what type of product should one use.
|01-27-2013 11:20 PM||
Food Safe Hardwoods - 17 replies
Sorry Lumberjocks, I forgot to add my list, so here it is MapleBloodwoodWalnutLacewoodPurple HeartPanga PangaBlack CherryButternutHackberryOlive woodPlum woodRosewoodZebra wood Thx again Guys & Gals
|01-27-2013 11:15 PM||
Food Safe Hardwoods - 5 replies
Hi Lumberjocks, I would like to try my hand at making some cutting boards, routed bowls, and trays and would like to know what woods are food safe. I have been doing some research and have become quite confused, if anyone could let me know which ones from my list of favourites are food safe that would be great.Thx Guys & Gals