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|11-28-2012 04:20 PM||
federal secretary desk - 2 replies
I am looking for the hardware used to auto extend and retract the writing shelf supports. Also the hinges. I purchased the plans from Rocklers and they have hinges ( not what is shown in the plan set) but do not list anything for the shelf support system. Since I already cut the material to the plan I am stuck with either pitching out very expen...
|09-19-2012 12:14 AM||
bandsaw blades - 2 replies
I am starting out to make the “flip top” desk featured a few months ago.My question concerns the tapered legs. I plan to use the band saw and a tapering jig to cut the tapers and would like to know what blade to use so I do not have a lot of finishing on the cut tapers. I have a Delta bandsaw. The wood I am using is hard maple Jimmac
|01-05-2012 06:35 PM||
using shellac - 17 replies
Anyone ever use a rub on (with a pad) method of applying shellac? What is the best technique to use? Any pitfalls to avoid?I am in the final stage of a floor clock made of solid 3/4” red oak. It has been grain filled with Behlans oil grain filler (neutral). I plan to use Varathane hickory oil stain with shellac as a sealer and a satin lacq...
|12-20-2011 12:07 AM||
Wards powrkraft RA saw - 6 replies
My Wards radial arm saw died in the middle of a project. The trigger switch went kaput and now I’m stuck till I get it replaced.Does anyone out there have a trigger switch for the Wards TPC-2610C radial arm saw? The switch part number is 18-00205 (per parts list).If no switch is around perhaps somone has a suggestion on another way to fix ...