Figured i’d update this real quick. I just finished sanding the board flat and routing the finger holds. The board lost 0.5” in length (stupid me forgot to change zero on my plunge base when i changed the bit.) Looking back on this ...
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Location: Urbana, IL
I'm an Engineering Mechanics Undergrad student at UIUC.
I'm new to woodworking but expect it to be a hobby to last my entire life. My other main hobby is cycling and I compete in races across parts of the midwest from spring to late summer. I can't decide which hobby is more expensive..but they both put big holes in my wallet.
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Well like all things, the final design has changed from my initial plans. I got access to a very nice 30” belt sander so smoothing the initial cuts was no issue. The oak in this board is from old wood flooring so the back had ridges that nee...
Well, I have other projects that I “need” to do first but since I just bought a new saw (Grizzly G0715P, review to come after this weekend), i figure this should give me enough practice. I will be using some oak flooring I have left ov...