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|10-31-2014 08:17 PM||
Hi I am a long time admire of the many skilled woodworker on this site, and have copied many of the ideas and designs through the years – thank you ! The other day I came across the attached pattern – it is almost screaming for a box or cutting board design ! I can however not get my head around how to make it without way t...
|07-07-2011 05:58 PM||
MDF vs. Plywood for jigs, table tops etc. - 13 replies
Hi All of us want the table top for our router table to be dead flat and our jigs and fences to be 100% straight. For that we need stable wood that remains as stable as possible under different humidity. The preferred material seems to by birch plywood, but why is MDF (or laminated MDF) so seldom the preferred choise ? As I know MDF is should...
|12-19-2010 09:42 PM||
A Cutting board challenge for Christmas - 1 reply
Hi Having seen all the beautifull cutting board designs on Lumberjocks.com I thought I had seen it all. I did however come across this picture of a wooden floor. I challenge you all to make it as a cutting board – together with a “how-to-blog”off course :o) Happy Christmas !
|12-08-2010 09:58 AM||
Looking for "white" wood - 13 replies
Hi When I need a very bright wood for my bowls and trays, I usually go for Hard Maple. I would however like to have a (hard wood) that was even brighter. Any suggestions ?
|09-03-2010 04:36 PM||
American Ash and Oak for cutting boards ?? - 8 replies
Hi Are American Ash and American Oak good wood for making cutting boards ?? It seems that they are very seldomly used for this purpose. Maple seems to be the preferred choice, but I have a lot of Ash and Oak I would like to use.