Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'tyvek'

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It failed, I can attest to that. Rejoining sanding belts

08-04-2010 05:20 AM by Karson | 17 comments »

Well I’d like to report that I was unable to repair my sanding belts. I did have a success the next day doing something else. My belts were 1” X 42” and were made with a Zerconia Grit and were 120 grit. While talking to the supplier of these belts Supergrit in Gettysburg, PA I told her that the belts were failing after putting them on the sander. The splice is failing within 1 minute. She asked when I bought them. I told here maybe 5 years ago. She stated that was p...

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Inside Picture Framing #3: Dust Cover

12-03-2008 07:13 PM by kewald | 0 comments »

A picture frame typically has a dust cover on the back. As it’s name implies, this cover is designed to keep dust out of the frame package. However, it is really more important than that. Properly covering the obverse of a frame keeps out dust, insects and airborne pollutants that could cause harm to the frame contents. Kraft paper has historically been the covering material of choice, although truly not the best. In my opinion, the best covering material is Tyvek. You know, the s...

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