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|04-14-2015 01:39 PM||
Finish over finish - 6 replies
I have some cabinet grade birch plywood that is prefinished on both sides. I would like to apply polyurethane or polycrylic over this finish. Am I able to do this? If so, what should i do to prep the surface and what should I use as my topcoat? Thanks guys
|02-08-2013 07:38 PM||
Anyone have any idea what this is? - 9 replies
This is obviously something to do with making bottles or bottling wine/champagne… but not really sure what else it does. It has gas lines attached. It flips completely upside down so its usable from both sides. It is made in Paris. It has 2 other large pieces used in conjunction with it, one of them seems to put rim around the top a bo...
|03-22-2012 12:12 PM||
Need some help with this Radiator Cover - 5 replies
http://eradiatorcovers.biz/images/styles/MissionPopup.jpgMissionPopup.jpg I am building a few mission style radiator covers for a friend. I’ve done several mission beds before with M&T, slats… what I cant figure out for this project is how to attach the sides to the legs. The legs will be 2.5” square, the sides will ...
|02-09-2011 04:44 AM||
Walnut Kitchen Island question - 5 replies
This is a quick sketch of what I’m intending to do. I’m using 5/4 walnut boards planed down to 1 1/8” and ripped to 2 1/4”. I then glue them in pairs of two to make a 2.25”x2.25”x22” solid piece. Proceed from there just as if I was making an endgrain cutting board only this will be 5” thick, 20...