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|09-11-2014 02:53 PM||
Building outdoor shutters - 1 reply
I have been asked to build some replacement shutters. These are west facing and get some water from a sprinkler system, so we are having problems with rot and fading. There is not much to do about the fading (any recommendations?). But the rot can be addressed. I am thinking of using cedar or cypress, painting it with Kilz, and then some ou...
|04-18-2014 02:16 PM||
Buying hardware in bulk from overseas supplier - 14 replies
A local brewery has asked me to build a bunch of taps for them. The taps handles are easy but the prices on the ferrule and hangerbolt are outrageous. Rockler sells them for $4.99. I can buy the parts separately though other sites, but the price for the hardware is still around 3.50, but I cannot find a supplier with bulk discounts. So i fo...
|12-27-2013 08:08 PM||
What is the best sharpening system - 8 replies
I am considering upgrading from my Lansky and wet stones to a powered sharpening system. I mainly would need to sharpen picket knives, chisels, kitchen knives, and planes. Tormek, Grizzly, Worksharp, Sorby, modified bench grinder, etc. all look to do the same job, but what do you find is the best system for sharpening? I want some advise from ...
|10-17-2011 02:40 AM||
Finishing old pine - 2 replies
I am building a table for my wife out of old pine that was salvaged from an old school house. The beam that I had resawn was 5”x8”x14’! It was a massive piece of history! Pics will be posted once I complete it. I need some tips on finishing old pine. There is a fair amount of pine sap/tar in the wood so I am wondering if ...
|03-21-2011 11:23 PM||
I have long read about the beauty found in using resawn boards from old buildings. Well, over the weekend, a friend gave me a 3 large beams to use on a new kitchen table for my wife. The three beams are old grown pine – the longest – approximately 5.5”x8”x90” and shortest 5.5”x8”x50”. Talk abou...