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|08-15-2012 01:16 AM||
Woodworking documentaries? - 4 replies
I am looking for a good wood working documentary to watch, any suggestions? I have watched the Steinway Piano doc on Netflix and the ship building doc Charlotte on Hulu. Any others out there?
|08-08-2012 02:14 AM||
Lazy Susan hardware - 7 replies
Could someone direct me towards a good place to get lazy Susan hardware. I am looking to build a few to sell with cutting boards at my next show.
|08-03-2012 09:58 PM||
I like hopefully alot of you would like to someday make a living off my woodworking. Which makes me fantasize about having someone order a large quantity of something at one of my shows. I always day dream before a show that someone would come up and order say 10 chairs and I wouldn’t know what to do. It might sound silly but I am sure ...
|07-21-2012 04:43 PM||
Maloof rocker with a stripped screw - 8 replies
So today I was working on my newest Maloof rocker, this one built from 8/4 tiger maple. I was done for the morning grinding and sanding and decided to put the screws in the legs. I was using 3” stainless steel square head screws and half way through the 10 screws I stripped one out with the head just barely sticking out. Initially I fre...
|07-20-2012 03:58 PM||
Basket weave cutting board tutorials? - 6 replies
Could someone direct me towards a tutorial for building a basket weave cutting board? I know there are some out there but I can’t seem to find them.
|07-17-2012 09:25 PM||
Show display racks/shelves - 5 replies
My wife and I are looking to eliminate the table in our upcoming show and were thinking about different displays/racks that we could use for our cutting boards. We sell cutting boards and Maloor furniture so we want to keep as much space available for the furniture and still have lots of shelf space. We were thinking vertical storage space sim...
|07-15-2012 07:47 PM||
I can’t find any videos or instructions regarding the replacement of the conveyor belt on my Jet 16-32. I have gone through the manual and searched Youtube but can’t find anything. Anyone out there replace this belt in the past?
|06-17-2012 08:36 PM||
Turkish walnut - 2 replies
I have a request for a rocking chosen built out of Turkish Walnut. My customer is big into trap shooting and he loves the Turkish walnut gun stocks. Anyone know if Turkish walnut is available in the United States and does it come in 8/4 and in widths bigger than 6”?
|06-09-2012 01:17 PM||
Best online site for promoting & selling items - 13 replies
What places do you use online to promote and sell some of your work? I have recently started using Etsy and won’t really have faith in it until I sell something. What other sites do people use? Does anyone have success with CustomMade.com
|05-18-2012 11:34 AM||
Kiln services in central Pennsylvania - 5 replies
Does anyone know of any companies that offer kiln services in central Pennsylvania? I have ~ 150bf of 8/4 black walnut that I need to get kiln dried. Thanks
|05-08-2012 02:00 PM||
Help redesigning art show booth - 16 replies
I need some help redesigning the layout of my art/craft show booth. I sell Maloof rocking chairs and hardwood cutting boards. I am thinking about adding some cherry flooring (built in segments for transportation), shelving for cutting boards, possible lighting, etc. I am in the market for a new canopy also. I have a big show in August and I w...
|04-19-2012 09:57 PM||
How many years am I looking at to dry? - 39 replies
First time ever buying anything on Craigslist I just bought 350 bf of Walnut for $2/bf. All pieces are 8’ long with numerous 1” pieces, 7 2” thick pieces and one 4” thick pieces. All the 2” and 4” still have the bark on them. They were cut a month ago so how many years am I looking at until I can use it?
|03-11-2012 10:13 PM||
Small crack in chair headrest - Walnut - 9 replies
I am in the process of completing another Maloof rocker and my headrest has developed a small crack in the top. The crack is maybe 2 inches long. I can’t start over with the headrest so what are my options to prevent it from cracking more? Should i fill it with glue and sand the remained off? Chair is made of black walnut.
|03-04-2012 11:08 PM||
8/4 Wenge bound up table saw - 8 replies
I was cutting 8/4 Wenge today on my 3HP Sawstop cabinet saw today and it was so hard that it bound up the blade. It took all i could to get the piece off the saw after I stopped the motor. Anyone ever have this happen before?
|02-15-2012 02:53 AM||
Air dried vs kiln dried - 7 replies
I recently got a call from my local hardwood mill that they received 2 twelve foot 8/4 black walnut boards (12’ wide) and wanted to know if I was interested. I immediately dropped my tools and raced over there. The manager told me that they were air dried in a barn for the last 10-15 years and he can’t put it in the racks with the ...
|02-12-2012 05:18 PM||
Anyone know of any videos online that explain how to use the Whiteside 5 Degree Negative & Positive Taper Chair Making Router Bits? Thanks
|02-06-2012 03:46 AM||
What to do with red oak burl? - 6 replies
My brother in-law (log truck driver) found me a nice red oak burl for a Christmas gift. First off is it in fact a burl? What would you do with it? 16” diameter, roughly 10’ thick
|01-30-2012 11:31 PM||
Wax for a red oak table? - 3 replies
I am finishing a red oak dinning table that I have been told to use wax on as a final coat. What does the wax do after 2 coats of gloss poly and a coat of gloss varnish (sanded with 320 between poly and varnish coats)? What type of wax? I would like to use my Festool RO 125 FEQ Rotex Sander with a sponge head to apply. What else should I u...
|01-30-2012 12:28 AM||
Cherry slab questions - 3 replies
This weekend I was able to visit Hearne Hardwoods in Oxford PA (great place) and I picked up a large 8/4 cherry slab that is roughly 7” long and 2” wide. They had it on sale due to a large knot and some edge rot. I plan on building a coffee table out of the slab and was hoping to do natural edge but I don’t think I can with t...
|01-25-2012 03:13 AM||
Help sanding between coats of poly - 9 replies
The first coat of poly is dry on the red oak table that I am building and I need to sand before the next coat to remove any dust particles. I have never sanded between coats of finish before and it makes me nervous. Do I use 400 grit paper and can I use my Dewalt ROS to sand? What do I do after sanding to clean the surface for the next coat? ...