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|12-01-2012 06:36 PM||
I’m looking for a nearly invisible way to turn a surface into a non-slip surface. I want to apply a finish or piece of transparent material over the finish on a small portion of my project to create the non-slip surface. I want the grain and clear look just like I have after finishing the part. I tried some “transparent” 1/32...
|10-16-2012 05:27 AM||
Excitement about the little things... - 2 replies
Just recently I found a new local (Long Beach, CA) supplier for specialty plywoods and a variety of large stock hardwoods. It may be trivial, but it was exciting for me. There was another little place here in the LBC but they closed down a few years ago. This new place actually does mostly import and storage of plywood and lumber (massive war...
|10-01-2012 07:01 AM||
Table saw jointer vs router table jointer - 17 replies
Lacking the funds for a jointer, and more critically lacking any space in my small shop for one (even a mobile one), I’m trying to decide if a table saw jig or a router table setup would be best for a simple version of a jointer? I have a small Rockler router table with a split fence. Either option would take about the same amount of time ...
|09-25-2012 03:14 PM||
Your favorite rule (the measuring kind) - 53 replies
Just curious to see what LJ users find to be their most useful rule. I tend to use my Incra 12” T-rule all the time. Having the built in square and being able to slide the rule along the edge of board giving nice straight parallel lines are why I use it the most.