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|01-10-2010 06:34 PM||
Couldn't stand it anymore... - 3 replies
Since I started woodworking I would just throw my router bits into a drawer and fumble through it to find the bit I wanted at the time. Well it got to the point where the drawer couldn’t close so it was time to build a new router cabinet for 2 reasons. 1, to enclose the router for dust collection and 2, I needed more room for bits. I like ...
|09-17-2009 07:30 PM||
Solid Flat Panel Cabinet Doors - 3 replies
I’m working on some cabinet solid flat panel cherry doors. The panels are going to be 14” wide x 25 1/2” tall planed down to 1/2” thick and back routed. The boards I’m working with are 7 1/2” wide and will be glued up to 15” wide. My question is, should I rip the boards in half to avoid cupping after ...
|09-12-2009 05:20 PM||
Russel & Grandma T - 4 replies
Hey Russel and Grandma T, HAPPY 35TH ANNIVERSARY Hope you have a great day at The Henry Ford. Your great friends. Rich & Nancy
|04-19-2009 01:15 AM||
Melamine Cabinet Sides to Wood Face Frame - 5 replies
I’ve got about 20 kitchen and bathroom cabinets to build for a customer and at first the boxes were going to be 1/2” cherry plywood with 3/4” cherry face frames. Great no problem, then he told me it would be 3/4” plywood, he got a good deal on the plywood. (He’s supplying the material) Well when I went to pick up t...
|04-09-2009 08:35 PM||
Marking Knife/Gauge Use - 9 replies
I could have put this thread in another forum, but I thought while your drinking your morning coffee or after the shop lights have been turned off and your sitting there with an adult beverage, you could ponder this and help answer a question for me. I’ve seen many plans to make your own knife or gauge and thought they look neat with th...