So this is where I left off. I moved the hutch inside for a dress rehearsal on the buffet. Back out to the shop / garage for the finish. 2 coats of diy WOP. After a days set up and drying I sprayed the whole project over 3 days with 4 coats ...
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Location: surrey B.C.
Just started WW again after a 20+ yr absence.
As such, I'm trying to take over our single car garage. I have a 4000W electric box heater to keep off the chills. I sold the old Rockwell 9" and got a new General Table saw. A bit of over kill, but it's sure nice to have a quality machine.
Hobbies: Some camping, motorcycles, real bar b que.
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|commented on||Built-in Wardrobe||02-05-2016 05:06 PM|
|commented on||Quick Bandsaw Box||02-05-2016 05:04 PM|
|commented on||Oven Dragons||02-01-2016 05:44 PM|
|replied on||DeWalt router: plunge base = better table lift?||01-29-2016 04:21 PM|
|commented on||Cherry sofa table||01-29-2016 04:07 PM|
|added project||Hollow turning||01-28-2016 10:49 PM|
|started topic||Buffing||01-25-2016 05:43 PM|
|commented on||Analine dyed bowl||01-23-2016 08:28 PM|
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|commented on||Scroll Saw Hummingbird Vase||01-14-2016 05:52 PM|
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This is the part I was a bit concerned about. Making the hutch doors. Because they are fairly tall and slender I was a little worried about how well they would support the weight of the glass and making them with out a twist. But what the heck...
After gluing up 4-3” boards for the base of the hutch I was able to run them though the planer . Cut to length. Using a straight edge jig just a wee bit wider than the stock, I cut the tenons on both ends. I cut 2 pcs for the bread ...
Picked up another load of 4/4 Cherry. After planing to 7/8” I rough cut it to size, straightened out the edges, ripped the corner posts and cut to size. I laid out the dove tail for the bottom rail on the 2 front corner posts. I drilled o...
This was the easy part. Cut some boards,do some glue up and I’m done. Right?! All things said and done , it worked out not to bad. I didn’t have any OH NO!! moments this time. :) As there were 5 pieces (4 Cherry @ 4.52” and 1 Walnut @2.5”), I ...