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07-29-2010 01:51 AM

Where do you start building a set of stairs? - 16 replies

If you need to punish yourself, just want to watch a brain numbing video or need to learn how to build a set of stairs then watch this video. When you need to build a set of stairs, where do you start?Well, the simple answer is the height or rise of the stairs. That is the one fixed dimension amongst many variables. And get out your calcula...

05-10-2010 03:56 AM

Setting up the shaper to run radiused casing - 0 replies

Hey everyone, Saturday (May 09, 2010) in northeast Ohio was truly an ugly day, cold and rainy. The previous week I had to make some casing for a round (radiused) top window. I had shot some video of the setting up of the shaper and cutting out of the blanks for the casing. The weather outside was so bad I just wanted to s...

02-12-2010 02:02 AM

Free to good home - 3 replies

Hey everybody, I have read several discussions lately about dado cutter.I have a Crapsman Wobble Dado Cutter That I would be willing to give away free at no expense to me, you pay all shipping. The cutter is as is , but in good condition as far as I know. Once I got a stacked dado set I never used it again. It looks something like this Not ...

11-29-2009 05:43 PM

Shellac cleanup - 14 replies

I noticed a few recent posts about shellac. One of my favorite finishes and just an all round good multi-tasker in the shop. I normally clean out my brushes and use that for a spit coat(pre-stain conditioner or end grain sealer).Just before Thanksgiving I needed a little bit of Shellac for a small project and in the rush of everything forgot to...

11-26-2009 12:39 AM

Anyone spraying waterbased poly - 16 replies

Looking for some feed back on spraying minwax water based poly. is it possible, seems like it should be but what are the the results?

07-16-2008 01:06 PM

Thanks, For the warm welcome - 4 replies

Hey everybody,Thanks for the warm welcome. This looks like a great site and I can’t wait to spend some Quality time here.Dave


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