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|01-28-2014 03:52 PM||
Parts for crib - 11 replies
My wife and I are expecting our first child which means its time to start thinking about making a crib. I found some nice plans from Rockler for a 3 in 1 crib/bed. My question is where do I get the hardward for it? By hardware I mean the springs for the bottom that the mattress goes on. Also are all crib mattress the same size? I don’...
|12-29-2013 11:37 PM||
Shipping overseas - 2 replies
I have a potential client interested in a double rocking chair in Sweden. The only issue that I have is that I have not shipped anything overseas yet. Anyone have any experience with shipping from the United States to Europe? I live in Pennsylvania.
|12-29-2013 03:27 PM||
Best place to sell equipment - 9 replies
I am looking for a good place to sell my jointer. I would like to upgrade from my Jet 6” helical head to a 12” jointer but need to sell the existing one. Any one have experience selling equipment?
|11-26-2013 12:51 PM||
12"+ jointer suggestions - 24 replies
I am interested in upgrading my 6” Jet jointer to something 12”+ wide. I was looking at the Oliver 4255 but my local machine shop doesn’t sell it anymore so I thought I might as well look at other models. I need it to be single phase and I would prefer not to break the bank. I already have a helical head in my 18” plan...
|11-25-2013 08:45 PM||
12" Oliver jointer - 2 replies
I am really interested in buying a 12” Oliver jointer (4255). Does anyone know the start up amps for the jointer? I emailed the company and they told me it runs on 15 amps but they didn’t tell me how many amps it takes to start.
|11-18-2013 02:59 AM||
CNC router - 9 replies
I need some advice on a CNC router. I am thinking about getting a CNC router to carve my chair seats. The bed needs to be roughly 24” x 24” and be able to carve 8/4 hardwoods.
|11-14-2013 02:57 PM||
Banquet tables wood recommendations - 7 replies
I got a request from a potential client to build several banquet tables with casters. Their previous set of table got real beat up for this time they would like something tougher. What would you suggest for a very durable but stainable wood? I was thinking hard maple but I know it is difficult to stain.
|11-04-2013 01:48 AM||
What to do with 16/4 black walnut slab? - 24 replies
I have had a piece of live edge 16/4 black walnut air drying for 2 years. I know that it will take quite a bit more time to complete drying but I need suggestions/ideas on what to do with it after it is dried. Dimensions are 8’ x 20” x 4” thick Pennsylvania black walnut
|09-22-2013 12:53 PM||
Skip planing large slab to help air dry - 15 replies
I have roughly 150 – 200 board feet of black walnut that I have been air drying for 18 months. The slabs still have the bark on and are 8/4. Would it help the drying process if I skip planned them before I restacked them? Last I check the moisture several months ago they were between 8% – 10%
|09-21-2013 06:58 PM||
Extension cord reel suggestions? - 3 replies
I am starting to buy materials to finish my new shop. My new shop will be 24’ x 36’ and I need suggestions for a good quality hanging extension cord reel. I would like 3 – 4 plugs on the cord and will be mousted from the ceiling. My last one was yellow and I bought it from Lowes (dont know brand), it maybe lasted 6 months be...
|09-11-2013 06:25 PM||
Recently I had an art show and displayed my sinker mahognay Maloof rocker, after the show I had a client email me asking about a cheaper alternative to the genuine mahogany. Will african mahogany darken with age and be similiar to the genuine mahogany? I built a Maloof rocker in the past from african mahogany so I am familiar with how it mil...
|08-24-2013 02:49 AM||
8/4 mesquite lumber source - 6 replies
I am looking for roughly 50 bf of 8/4 mesquite. The problem is I am located in Pennsylvania so I can’t source it locally. I need suggestions for a mill that will ship lumber to Pennsylvania.
|08-23-2013 03:44 PM||
8/4 mesquite in Pennsylvania - 3 replies
I got a request from a potential client for a rocking chair made from Mesquite. The problem is that I live in central Pennsylvania and it is not very common. Does anyone know of a place where I can source 8/4 mesquite in Pennsylvania or surrounding states?
|08-21-2013 01:58 AM||
Wood shop floor ideas - 16 replies
I need some suggestions for a wood floor in my new shop. My new shop will be a modular structure that has a 3/4” PT floor, structure is 24’W x 36’L. I would like to put a nice wood floor over the plywood. I have a WoodMaster 718 with the 3 sided molding attachment so I plan on using it to make the tongue and groove flooring....
|08-15-2013 11:19 PM||
Advice for building a solid wood entry door - 13 replies
I would like to build a mahogany or walnut entry door for my house. I will be using my Domino for the joints and more than likely will use 8/4 stock milled down. What type of durable finish should I use? I would like to put a few small windows in it but where do I get small insulated glass windows to put in it? Thanks
|07-11-2013 01:56 AM||
Preblight Pennsylvania chestnut - 5 replies
Does anyone know where I could find preblight Pennsylvania chestnut?
|07-04-2013 01:03 AM||
Will a segmented planer head prevent snipe? - 5 replies
I have a Woodmaster 718 and was wondering if a segmented planer head would prevent snipe. How much smoother of a finish will a segmented head create opposed to a straight knife head?
|06-14-2013 03:51 PM||
Best finish for solid black walnut floors? - 6 replies
What is the best durable finish that I can use for my new solid black walnut floors? What is the best way to apply the finish? I would like to avoid sanding between coats and hopefully have to do less than 3 coats.
|06-07-2013 01:07 AM||
8/4 walnut and cherry between 7 - 9% moisture - 5 replies
I have a bunch of 8/4 walnut and cherry live edge slabs air drying with 7 – 9% moisture. The walnut has been stickered for ~18 months and the cherry has been stickered ~12 months. What moisture level would be desirable for 8/4 walnut and cherry?
|06-03-2013 04:34 PM||
I got a request from a potential client for a pair if walnut Maloof rockers to be used on a covered porch outside. I need help with a durable finish that will withstand the elements. I use a traditional Maloof finish of poly, tung oil, & BLO, will this work or should I use more of a varnish?