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|10-07-2014 06:38 PM||
Exterior Sign Questions - 3 replies
I want to use my CNC router to make an address sign for a coworker & was looking for some advice. I don’t have a lot of experience working on projects that are for outdoor use. I plan on using edge glued pine boards to get the desired width I want – I am assuming TiteBond III is acceptable, or is there a better choice? I will be paint...
|01-28-2014 04:28 PM||
Woodworking Show Coming to Detroit - 1 reply
I don’t know if all you Michiganders were aware that 2 dates have been added for The Woodworking Show in Novi, Feb14-15. http://www.thewoodworkingshows.com/webapp-shows/detroit Bill in MI
|10-05-2012 11:23 AM||
Frankenplane help - 7 replies
This is an e-bay purchase from a few years ago that I am just now getting some time to possibly derust & clean up. When I follow the dating flow charts it looks like a No. 4-Type 8 from 1899-1902 but the problem I am running into is the lever cap. It doesn’t look like any Stanley I have seen, or can reference. It has a distinct pa...
|02-03-2012 12:44 PM||
help with wood i.d. - 4 replies
A coworker brought in a piece of wood that I couldn’t identify. My fingernail could leave a slight impression & it doesn’t feel as dense as most hardwoods. Any ideas ?
|12-22-2011 08:17 AM||
help with wood i.d. - 7 replies
I am a novice & have planed some salvaged palet stock for some future box projects. I was wondering if any of the experts out there could help with identifying the wood type ? 1st 2 pictures are the same board, last 2 are a different board. Thanks in advance. o.k. I’m convinced the 1st was butternut. i took 3 n...
|11-11-2011 05:45 PM||
Help with identifying wood type - 4 replies
I have been viewing Lumberjocks for over a year, what a great website ! I acquired a piece of hardwood 1” X 6” X 36” & have tagged it for a project. I am very much a weekend warrior to this hobby & need help identifying the wood type that I have. I have attached a few pictures, any help is appreciated.