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08-31-2011 11:44 PM

Home appraisals and additions/remodels values - 20 replies

My wife and i purchased a spec house back in 06 as our first starter home. Very nicely trimmed for our budget at the time but nothing spectacular. well as things have it i’m getting the itch to remodel the kitchen and baths with all new cabinets, counter tops, floors and appliances. after watching to many diy network shows where couple ...

08-05-2011 04:39 PM

Frustrated & Venting - 4 replies

New Grizzly 715 setup and dial in, Check. Outfeed table built and ready to go, Check. Big set of cabinets to build, check. Time off to get in the shop and get started, big negative. I finally have my 715 setup, dial in and ready. out feed table built and ready. I have a big set of cabinets to start for a buddy of mine. I have been workin...

07-08-2011 02:12 AM

Spraying Latex Paint, Siphon or Gravity Feed? - 4 replies

I just built a bookcase for my wife’s classroom that she wants painted. Can latex paint be sprayed from a gravity feed gun or does i have to be a siphon feed? does the paint need to be thinned for use in a gravity feed gun?

06-28-2011 07:36 PM

Grizzly G0715P & Biesemeyer BC50 - 7 replies

has anyone mounted a Biesemeyer BC50 on to your G07515P? The helpful folks at Grizzly said it will work but it will required some light modifications. I was looking to get clarification on “light” from someone with first hand knowledge of the subject.

06-27-2011 07:31 PM

Outfeed Table Design Help - 5 replies

i just ordered a Grizzly G0715P due to arrive Thursday or Friday. once the saw is assembled and on the moving rolling base i will be building an outfeed table to it. what are the common width’s and depths of yalls outfeed tables? i’m thinking atleast 4’ deep and i would assume it need to be at least as wide and the table. a...

06-15-2011 08:04 PM

Mortise and Tenon on Cypress? - 1 reply

I’m in the planning process of a morris or mission style chair build that i want to keep on my deck outside. I am thinking about using cypress because it is abundant here in south Louisiana and its weather resistant. From what i understand cypress tends to expand and contract quite a bit and is also a fairly soft wood. Would these chara...

06-14-2011 11:01 PM

AutoCAD Sketchup Relationship? - 10 replies

I’ve ran AutoCAD for about 15 years now. Most of my projects get designed or modeled in CAD before i hit the shop. Making a cut sheet from CAD models can be very time consuming. I’ve tried using sketchup to model projects and i just get frustrated. Does anyone know if model from CAD (.dwg files) can be loaded into sketchup?

06-08-2011 02:21 AM

Noob Jointer / planer questions - 19 replies

alright fellas, i have been doing woodworker for a couple years now but fine woodworking, mainly cabinets and furniture has sparked my interest something fierce here lately. the bug has bite and i’m hooked. from what i have read jointers are used to create a flat surface, basically the first step in prepping lumber for a project. i pi...

06-08-2011 12:42 AM

Noob Jointer / planer questions - 8 replies

alright fellas, i have been doing woodworker for a couple years now but fine woodworking, mainly cabinets and furniture has sparked my interest something fierce here lately. the bug has bite and i’m hooked. from what i have read jointers are used to create a flat surface, basically the first step in prepping lumber for a project. i pi...


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