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02-26-2021 04:02 PM

Pricing - 5 replies

Hi Folks, Not too sure where to post this question, but I’m sitting here having a cup of coffee and thought this might be a start. I was recently asked to flatten a walnut slab. The only thing I had to do the job at the time was a router. So after material to build the jig/sled, purchasing the bit and extension I was ready to go. ...

02-05-2020 10:03 PM

Spindle Sanders - 20 replies

I’m currently in the market for a tabletop spindle sander. The market appears to be flooded with a number of different styles with as many different manufactures. So here’s my question: Is it helpful, necessary, prudent to have a “table tilt”? What are your thoughts? t.

03-11-2019 04:25 PM

Cabinet Doors - 31 replies

Question to all …I’m using 3/4” maple ply for cabinet doors and want to put a walnut frame around the doors. These are going be actively used doors and I don’t want them to fall apart. So here’s my question: Do I need to by one of those fancy router bits (v-groove or t&g) to joint the pieces together? I need ...

08-05-2018 03:42 PM

Bits - 3 replies

I have a Carve Wright CNC….total junk. But I have a complete set of bits. So here’s my question: Can I use the bits in my router?

06-15-2018 12:54 PM

How do I design and "lower" my shop to be wheelchair friendly? - 5 replies

For the past 10 years I’ve been able to work in my shop with the aid of a KFO (leg brace) on my left side that extends from my hip to my toes. The progression of my disease has now affected my right leg and I anticipate that I will be in my chair full time by this coming fall. That being said …. any and all help with regard to &#...

02-21-2015 02:19 PM

fastening - 6 replies

Hi Everyone, I’ve been woodworking for some time now and have seen woodworking grow over the years. My question is:What is your favorite way of fastening a solid wood top to your furniture? What do you feel is the “Best”? Not necessarily the easiest.

10-24-2013 01:09 PM

International Shipping - 1 reply

Hi All, I’ve had a request for 4 furniture pieces to be shipped to Australia. I’ve never shipped out of the country before and could use some advise on how to proceed. Any advise on the following subjects will be GREATLY appreciated: Packaging, Logistics (from Rochester, NY), Legal, and anything else I may have forgotten.Again, ...


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