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|05-19-2015 02:49 PM||
Live edge fireplace mantel - 4 replies
Hello fellow woodworkers. I want to build a live edge fireplace mantel out of some 3” pine I have. Here lies the problem, I want to put it behind my free standing gas stove which is going to be in a corner, and do the mantel at 45 degrees in the corner. Any suggestions on getting the corners to come together at a 45 and still have the flow...
|02-25-2015 12:56 AM||
Glue - 11 replies
Hello to all Lumber Jocks, quick question. What kind of glue does everyone use to glue up cutting boards.? I know it must be water proof just wondered what is the best. Thanks
|09-25-2014 07:34 PM||
problem with my Jet JJP-12HH - 2 replies
If anyone has one who is having a planer feed problem, I would like to chat with you. I have had my unit for just over a year and all of a sudden when planing the boards are not feeding through. The owners manual is not very helpful as how to fix the problem. A few suggestions in the trouble shooting pages, but does not go into detail how to fi...
|04-09-2014 09:20 PM||
Clock works - 9 replies
Not sure if I posted this in the right category,hope so. Does anyone have a good source on small battery clock works? My girlfriend is making small craft type clocks and looking for a place to get them. She would prefer a good quality made in America product. Thanks Doug
|04-07-2014 12:12 PM||
Spalted wood - 3 replies
Hello Jocks, has anyone ever tried to spalt their own lumber? I have read some articles about doing this and it seems fairly simple. Does dried lumber work or does it need to be newly cut down wood? How long does the process take? Thanks in advance. Doug
|03-18-2014 02:27 PM||
Problem with my Jet combination jointer/planner - 2 replies
I purchased a combination Jet jointer/planner in Aug. this past year. When I 1st started planning with it I was taking too much off in 1 pass, motor got hot and shut down. But yesterday I was planning some Blood wood taking very shallow cuts and the motor got hot and shut down again. I let it cool down and just started it up again. Without eve...
|02-27-2013 01:28 PM||
copper lay - 6 replies
Here I go thinking again, hope I don’t hurt myself. Have any of you done any inlay work in copper as the inlay? I was thinking about using copper powder or granuales like I have used Turquoise. I am looking for a source if anyone can help. Thanks Doug
|02-22-2013 11:15 PM||
Delta Jointer - 4 replies
I saw a Delta X5 jointer on Craigs list for sale. Does anyone know how long the bed is? And if you own one what do you think about the preformence. I really would like an 8” jointer but they are a lot more money and have not seen a used one here locally on Craigs list. Thanks Doug
|01-15-2013 12:47 AM||
SuperMax drum sander - 1 reply
Hello to all you LJ’s. I have been looking to buy a small drum sander and keep checking Craigs list with no luck. There is a fairly new one on the market by SuperMax and the story I got from my local tool supplier is two of the guys behind the company are from the original Preformax group. Has anyone here purchased one of these units? The ...
|12-30-2012 12:58 PM||
Turquoise inlay - 4 replies
I have finally taken the plunge and did some Turquoise inlay in some rustic Walnut in a box I am making. This rustic Walnut has some checks and small voids which I filled with 30 minute epoxy and Turquoise. I have two questions for all of you experts in Turquoise inlay. Should the epoxy be in a liquid form and actually pour it into the voids, t...
|12-24-2012 01:26 PM||
Padauk - 6 replies
I have another wood question concerning Padauk. I love the orange color of fresh cut or planed Padauk, but after time it turns to a dark color. Is there any thing I can do to keep it from turning a dark color and keep the orange coloring. Thanks
|12-22-2012 12:34 AM||
Cocobolo - 6 replies
Hello fellow LJ’s. I have taken the plunge and bought some Cocobolo to incorporate into to my box making. Having never work with this beautiful wood before, do any of you have any tips or tricks you care to pass on to me. Thanks in advance and Merry Christmas to all of you. Doug
|12-15-2012 01:58 AM||
Shop Fox Jointers - 5 replies
I am looking to buy a jointer not sure if I am going 6” or 8” yet. Have any Lumber Jocks had any experience with the Shop Fox brand? My local tool supplier carries Shop Fox and has for 4-5 years and they are very happy with them.
|10-17-2012 04:54 PM||
What is Ambrosia Maple? - 26 replies
Hi fellow Lumberjocks, a question, about Ambrosia Maple. I live in western Montana and have a very limited source of hardwood suppliers. I have seen over time many of you have made wood projects from Ambrosia Maple. I asked my local hardwood dealer about this and he has never heard of it. Is there another name for this wood? Its a beautiful wood...
|03-06-2012 12:50 PM||
Exotic hardwood dowels - 5 replies
Hello fellow lumberjocks. Does anyone know where I can buy exotic hardwood dowels? Thanks Doug
|12-15-2011 03:15 PM||
Round mirrors - 2 replies
Hello fellow woodworkers at Lumberjocks. I would like to know if anyone has a suggestion on where I can purchase a quanity of 5” round beveled mirrors. I am making wood hand held mirrors. I am looking to buy around 25 of them. Thanks Doug
|05-19-2011 03:01 PM||
Dowels - 5 replies
Good morning, its a beautiful day in Montana. Do any of you LJ members know where I can get exotic hardwood dowels? I see suppliers have domestic dowels, Cherry, Walnut etc. but no exotics. Any help will be appriciated. Thanks Fisherdoug
|05-15-2011 05:40 PM||
Rock inlay - 1 reply
I would like to add some small chips of coral or malachite to some boxes I am making as an accent. I have never attempted this before and not sure how to proceed. One thought was to rout a groove in some fashion, put the chips in and fill with resin. When the resin is cured sand and finish the box in my normal fashion. Has anyone in the LJ world...