|View Steelpapa's:||home||workshop||projects (0)||blog (1)||reviews (0)||forum topics (10)||buddies (0)||favorites (0)||activity log|
|10-31-2014 11:19 PM||
Rigid planer - 12 replies
I recently bought a 13’’ Rigid thickness planer, worked good out of the box. Ran some red oak through it recently and halfway through its sniping into my boards. I figured dull blades ,so I flipped them over and its still doing it.While I am feeding it through it snipes every few inches. This is the third time I’ve used it. I h...
|08-28-2013 03:17 AM||
custom full-extension slides with wood stops - 4 replies
I saw a picture of a jewelry cabinet and the gentleman said he made the full extension slides out of wood. i have searched but to no avail. They seem to use less space and look and function great.Thank you for any advice.
|01-14-2013 04:29 AM||
watco oil - 13 replies
I like using Watco oil on some of my projects. I then put a coat of Johnsons paste wax as a final coat. I’m not really happy with it. Can I lay a coat of poly over the oil ? or should I use a different wax ?
|01-13-2013 09:50 PM||
Girls bunkbed - 1 reply
I have a request from my fellow woodworkers. I wonder if anyone knows where some plans for a bunk-bed are. I’m looking for twin beds with stairs. I want it to be feminine in nature, thanks and lets keep recycling the old wood
|10-21-2012 10:52 PM||
final coat over varnish - 7 replies
I put 2 semi-gloss coats of Spar Varnish with a brush on walnut.I had little dibs on the finish so I rubbed with 0000 steel wool. It dulled the finish. Any suggestions on what I should of used to keep the shine. Thank You
|07-24-2012 02:29 AM||
tung oil - 9 replies
I put Old Masters Tung oil on a stripped mahogany dresser. It called for two coats but it seems to be still too dry. The directions said not to use more than two coats. I used steel wool on it between coats. Is there a final finish or do I just use 0000 steel wool and leave it alone
|04-15-2012 05:20 PM||
cupping - 1 reply
I know that alternating wood grain when gluing up solid wood to make a tabletop is woodworking lore, but if i fasten the boards together with pocket-hole screws and then attached the top with figure 8 fasteners do you saw-dusts fiends think it will still cup? Two of the boards are not very goodlooking, just trying to satisfy a client…
|08-24-2011 06:35 PM||
Bleeding door - 18 replies
I put four coats of an oil-based clear wood finish on a solid Mahogany door, which was not solid mahogany for I had to cut four windows in it, and its bleeding sap in one area. I think the pine is leaking,regardless, I hung the door and everything was fine. I came back the next day and it was bleeding through.It receives full afternoon and eveni...
|01-10-2011 07:25 AM||
business plan - 8 replies
I live in north Texas and there are not many woodworkers, mostly turners. I think there is a large demand for custom furniture, I do stay busy but can’t commit full time because of personal issues. I am meeting with a potential investor on Thursday and do not want to sound like a hillbilly. I am going over a business plan on Wednesday with...
|07-07-2010 03:49 AM||
handicap picnic table plans - 4 replies
I work at a company that hires people with special needs mentally and physically.I supervise the woodshop and want to build a picnic table for the wheelchair bound clients. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated