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|617 days ago||
Ideas needed on this ! - 11 replies
I have made this out of walnut—-a small serving board and knife—-and I want to make an indentation/hollow to hold the small jar. It measures 8’’ x 5’’. I only want it about 1/8’’ to 1/4’’ deep….just enough to hold thejar in place. I dont have a forstner bit that big—2...
|823 days ago||
Disston saw ? - 2 replies
A friend gave me this Disston backsaw today and I was wondering if someone could give me some ideas/suggestions on cleaning it up. I did some research on it at—http://www.disstonianinstitute.com/backsawpage.html—and all I can really tell is that it is OLD! It has CAST STEEL and the HE of Henry and whatever and then WARRANT...
|831 days ago||
Teak Oil Problem !!! - 7 replies
I have a rustic old cedar stump that I sained with Danish oil. It turned out great but then a few days later, I went and applied teak oil also. My question is….how can I get the finishes OFF ? Will DNA work? Can a high pressure car wash wand do it? I have tried sanding with various types—wheels, grinders, paper, etc. and it just...
|842 days ago||
Craftsman 14'' Bandsaw ?? - 37 replies
I just became aware of this new bandsaw that Craftsman has just started selling…at least they say it is new. It is a Craftsman 14-INCH BAND SAW Model #Model# BAS350. They are listing it for $382.49 on sale. Here is the link to the page site—- http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00932607000P?prdNo=11&blockNo=11&blockTy...
|878 days ago||
Finish Over Ink ?? - 2 replies
Does anyone have any experience/ideas on finishing over ink. I have a cherry box lid that I have indented and inked with the University of Virginia “saber” logo. I have indented the logo in the wood pretty good and then used a blue-ink ball point pen to outline the logo. The logo is very well defined and I am wondering if dani...
|887 days ago||
Weathered Wood Finish Question - 4 replies
I found an old piece of weathered wood/log/stump on a mountain-side. I am really not sure what the wood is but think it’s either maple or oak. Its “foot print” is about 4’ long x 18’’ high x 2’ wide. I have pressure washed it, power-sanded it, used an air hose on it, and last, but not least, I...