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|11 days ago||
I am working on a coffee table for my living room inspired from a drawing in Home Furniture Magazine. They did a write up on Tage Frid and they have pictures of a coffee table in the write up. I did a web search and found that the table was written up in Fine woodworking issue #98. Does anyone have this issue and could send me a scan of the a...
|82 days ago||
Porter Cable 7539 maximum bit size - 2 replies
Does any one out there have a Porter Cable 7539 plunge router? I need to know the maximum radius bit it will take. I called their wonderful technical support phone number and after a few minutes of playing pass the caller I was disconnected. If you could measure the inside diameter of the plunge base not the sub base it would be greatly appre...
|97 days ago||
Advice on other methods of cutting a profile - 5 replies
I am trying to incorporate an inverted glass holder on the end of a wine shelf. I have made one shelf as a prototype but do not want to do that again. This was made by pushing the board into a raised panel cutter to a stop block and then pulled straight back. The cut gets allot of chatter and I need to find a better way to build it. Any t...
|105 days ago||
What is wrong with Manufacturers - 4 replies
Sorry for this but I just need a soap box to help me relieve some stress. I am trying to prototype a new product for potential batch production. I start off with some scrap wood and using the tooling that I currently own I build a proof of design. It looks good and everyone I ask for feedback from truly like it. Next step refine the design...
|113 days ago||
Help hanging a wall mounted wine rack - 3 replies
I am designing a wall mounted wine rack that can hold 5 bottles and am trying to find a hidden fastening method to mount it to the wall. I am concerned that a screw keyhole could not handle that much weight and would like a more solid mounting than just dropping it on screws. Help me keep my wife happy with a solid hidden fastening system
|128 days ago||
Thoughts on changing my shaker box design - 4 replies
I am looking at reworking my shaker box design and would like some feed back. I have had some customers comments lead me down this road and I will explain their concerns after some feedback The top box is my original design and the bottom box is my prototype Thanks for your input
|316 days ago||
White Oak slabs for trade - 6 replies
Hello all I took a tree to the sawmill in the summer of 2010 and had it slabbed out 8/4. I have built some pieces from this material but am looking for some more variety. Would anyone be interested in trading material? The slabs are located in western Maryland, Measure roughly 20”wide and 9’ long. I would be interested in anythin...
|340 days ago||
Jet JJ-12-1 Question - 4 replies
Just picked up a 12” jet jointer. The previous owner could not tell me much about the machine. Thought maybe someone on here had some knowledge of it. The rack and pinion fence adjustment will not move, the wheel turns freely but the fence does not move. Thanks in advance
|414 days ago||
How to attach a glass top? - 10 replies
I had some pieces of flame birch left over and decided to do a little experiment with them. I am looking for some input on how to attach a glass top to these legs P.S. please don’t tell my wife I used the stove to make sure the legs were all on the same plane
|443 days ago||
Black Walnut Slabs - 8 replies
I have a technology challenged friend who runs and sawmill and is looking to sell some huge black walnut slabs. If you are interested pm me for his contact info
|736 days ago||
Looking for thick veneer - 6 replies
I was wondering if anyone out there could help me find a manufacturer for 1/8” thick veneer. I know there are companies out there that specialize in this product but I am having a hard time finding them. I am looking for domestic woods cherry, maple, red oak, white oak, walnut… I build a product and am currently sawing my own venee...