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|08-28-2015 01:14 AM||
Cloud lift door rail grooves - 3 replies
I’m adding a half cloud lift to cabinet doors top rails, and need some advice about the techniques used by the jocks here to groove the rails. I’m guessing slot cutter, either in the router table, or handheld. Which do you all use? Or something else? Thanks.Dana
|01-18-2015 02:27 AM||
Which fence? - 0 replies
We have bought a used General cabinet saw with their stock fence. It’s not as heavy duty as the Biesemeyer fence on our Craftsman pro cab saw, although it is similar in effectiveness. The saw also came with a Jessem Sliding miter which so far is great. Our dilemma increases, in that we also have an Incra TS fence which is uber accurate ...
|03-29-2014 03:12 AM||
Walnut kitchen cabinets - 14 replies
Just getting started on fronting kitchen cabinets with home sawn walnut. Air dried and stored inside for 20+ years, but thinking I will have to put it in the kiln after it is cut to size (rails, stiles, and boards for panels and drawer glue ups). I like what I’ve seen done with drawers, continuing the grain, and was planning on doing the s...
|01-01-2014 04:57 AM||
Would love information about recreating this finish. I have a trestle sofa table that is deeply scratched, and think if I understood the original finish steps better, I could restore it better. I’m guessing there were glazes or more under the topcoats. Can anyone help me with how these finishes were created? Dana
|12-07-2011 06:25 AM||
Wood conditioners: oil & water? - 0 replies
I’ve seen that there are both water based wood conditioners and those that say they can be used before any oil based stains. Does it matter? Can you use oil based conditioner under water based stains…...IF you let it dry completely, I suppose? I’m guessing the opposite wouldn’t matter so much.