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|03-25-2014 05:27 PM||
Display tables for fairs and festivals. - 1 reply
Hi all, I’m going to display and sell some of my woodworking at a fair and need to make a few tables. I am looking for plans or ideas on building a portable display tables. The coffee grinders that i will be selling are 5” square so the tables need to be about 24” wide.I would appreciate any ideas from LJ on displayed wo...
|03-24-2013 05:54 PM||
Wood and metal - 1 reply
I know this is a woodworking site but I think wood could coexist with metal. I would like to start incorporating metal in my woodworking project. We don’t see any of these projects at LJ but I know there has to be other LJers who would like to or do use metal in there projects. My question is what equipment do you own and use. I am lookin...
|01-15-2013 05:23 PM||
Protective waxed Maple burl - 4 replies
I have just purchased a maple burl that has a wax coating. I don’t want to put it through the jointer until I remove the wax. What is the best way to clean off the wax? Thanks
|07-31-2012 08:04 PM||
Joining together 2 pieces of 3/8" teak - 12 replies
I resawed a piece of Teak and would like to bookmark it for a door. When trying to glue with Gorilla Glue it didn’t make a good bond. Does any LJs have a way to get a strong joint on 3/8 wood. Thanks Will
|05-30-2012 06:32 PM||
gluing tile to pressure treated wood - 7 replies
I just finished building a top for a outdoor table that had a glass top which broke. I would like to glue some tiles that I have along the edge. Can anyone give he some advice on what type of glue or epoxy would work. Thanks
|03-02-2012 06:13 PM||
Advice and recommendations for a drill press - 3 replies
I know this question has been asked before but I was unable to find a good thread in the search. I’m looking to buy a floor drill press in the $500 and under price, mostly under. What has your experiences been with buying or owning your DP? I know it not the most used or popular tool in the shop but I have a few project that I’m work...
|02-17-2012 07:50 PM||
Tablesaw bowl - 4 replies
Has anyone making a bowl with a tablesaw? I just found this video and thought it was very interesting. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVlW73do-qo&feature=g-all-u&context=G2a6eb11FAAAAAAAAAAA I would like to try this and wonder if anyone has any advice. Thanks
|01-21-2012 04:30 PM||
Zero Clearance BS Plate - 2 replies
I just purchased a zero clearance plate for my Grizzly bandsaw. With a tablesaw zero clearance plate you just raise the blade through the plate to make the kerf. What is the best way to set up the plate for a bandsaw? I do have 5 chances to get it right but the first time would be nice. Thanks for you help. Will
|12-30-2011 07:21 PM||
Box Building Books - 5 replies
I am interested in purchase a books on box making. There are so many inspiring LJ box makers. I would like to get some recommendations on the must have books for designing and making boxes. Which book inspired you the most? Thanks and have a Happy and healthy New Years. Will
|11-22-2011 09:03 PM||
Edge jointing with a router - 8 replies
I am planing to use a table router to do my jointing. I would like to know what type of results I could expected. What has been your experiences preforming jointing with this method? Also do you have any advice on the router bit that I should use. Space and money is the decision maker now. I just want to seeing what my limitation and expectation...
|10-19-2011 01:12 AM||
Quinoa - 2 replies
I don’t know how many of you have cooked Quinoa but I believe it smells like sawdust. I Think I will have to go into the shop after I finish eating. Has anyone else had the same experiences with cooking or food they have had? Maybe it just me. But if it isn’t I might just have a great idea for a great cookbook.
|07-20-2011 01:14 AM||
a can of sawdust - 16 replies
Just wondering if anyone has a creative use for all the sawdust we make. I just been hauling it to the dump and think that is a waste.