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06-06-2016 08:15 PM

Request Tutor (say 1-2 hours) in Washington, DC area on Jet 14" Band Saw - 1 reply

Moving into band saw work and have read a few photo books on it but would like a “private class” with an experienced woodworker in my workshop in Cleveland Park (near Zoo & Uptown Theater) in Washington, DC on my new Jet 14” band saw. The lesson would be my first use of the machine, so -Equipment check to ensure all is ...

05-18-2016 02:17 AM

How to make "Red Wagon" made from wood OK in hospital concerned about infection? - 13 replies

For over 20 years, my wife and I have volunteered as hospital clowns. We focus on serving Wounded Warriors and their families at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. We also clown at pediatric units of hospitals where we seek to ease the pains and fears of seriously ill children. Recently, we saw a TV news show and accompanyin...

07-03-2015 04:24 AM

Seeking Joinery Ideas for African Mahogany for Bathroom Countertop & Shelf (See Photos) - 3 replies

In renovating a small bathroom in a 100+ year old home, as part of a major redo of the kitchen, I was going to use a marble or granite sink top but instead chose to work in wood which I favor. I purchased a 19” x 60” slab of African Mahogany and created a design and did today some rough cuts. I am now at the point of needing to lev...

08-10-2014 03:48 AM

Cutting small & precise pieces - 2 replies

I would like to make a larger version of the after-shower mat, shown below, that is made of European beech and is approx. 23.5” x 17.75” x .75” The piece I would like to make would be larger (approx. 40” x 23.25” x .75”) and for another room. I now have a piece of European beech: from which I ...

08-10-2014 03:48 AM

Cutting small & precise pieces - 12 replies

I would like to make a larger version of the after-shower mat, shown below, that is made of European beech and is approx. 23.5” x 17.75 x .75> The piece I would like to make would be larger (approx. 40” x 23.25” x .75”) and for another room. I now have a piece of European beech: from which I would like to...


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