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|04-14-2012 03:27 AM||
Input please re nightstands - 8 replies
Just bought an adjustable bed. When you raise it, you loose access to the nightstand big time. Since DW wants me to build a headboard anyway, I was thinking of also doing nightstands with old fashioned, pull out “cutting board” type shelves, unpainted but sealed for setting a hot cup of coffee. Thoughts? Suggestions? TIA
|11-26-2010 07:02 PM||
Input needed - 8 replies
On “Tommy MacDonald’s” website <http: /> he has a video on building a toolbox in which he uses a hand-held wooden jig that I think he calls a “Perry Block”. Between my loss of hearing & his southern accent, I can’t quite catch the correct name and googling various spelling versions did not work. This ji...
|11-19-2010 06:50 PM||
Black Friday @ Lowe's - 6 replies
http://www.blackfriday2010.com/ Looks like a few good deals. . .like the 10” diamond encrusted blades. Kit
|11-18-2010 05:07 PM||
Input needed re aftermarket TS fence - 3 replies
On my old 8” Delta Rockwell 34-600 TS, squaring the fence to the blade is real challenge. I have tinkered with it to no avail. Any suggestions? Is an aftermarket fence the way to go? Is there one that works with my saw & is it somehow “adjustable” to facilitate squaring up the fence to the blade? Also, cranking the bl...
|11-02-2010 04:31 AM||
Flute Ratio? - 2 replies
A granite counter top is to be anchored at both ends with 4×4 posts, faced with 1×4 boards and finished off with cove molding in the “open” corners created by said boards. On each board, I want to route a series of vertical/parallel flutes using a core box bit. My question is with respect to the fluting, is there a ratio of...
|10-27-2010 04:43 PM||
Thanks! - 0 replies
For the many “welcome” emails upon joining LJ. . . K