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08-22-2017 03:54 PM

How would you make this cut - 20 replies

I’m stumped. I have a friend who needs to make this cut on the end of a 2X4 several hundreds of times. We’re trying to reduce or eliminate having to do hand work with chisels and etc. Its about 7 1/2” deep by about 1 1/2” wide.Accuracy isn’t terribly important but doing it consistently is important. Any ideas?

06-15-2017 09:04 PM

Round kitchen table - 9 replies

I need some advise on a table top that a customer requested me to build. Currently, the customer has a round table top with solid oak edging and a veneer center (see photo). They would like me to build a new top to replace the existing one as the veneer isn’t performing well with the normal use and abuse. They like how the design of the ...

06-15-2017 01:04 AM

BOFA AD1000 fume extractor - 0 replies

Hi everyone, I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but I’d like to sell my AD1000 fume extractor. I thought that I wanted to get into laser engraving but have since realized that engraving isn’t for me and I prefer to stick with old fashioned wood working. The BOFA AD1000 is definitely geared towards high produ...

04-24-2016 04:10 AM

First world woodworker problems! - 3 replies

I needed to put together another assembly table tonight so I would have a little extra workspace for a specific project that I am working on. Nothing fancy, just some spare 2 X 4’s for the frame, and some 1/2” MDF for the top. Down and dirty. I got everything cut and was ready to throw this thing together and I thought since itR...

04-22-2016 03:14 AM

Thick table top with breadboards - is it ok to laminate stock in the middle of the top? - 5 replies

So I am working on a custom table project for a customer. I had some rough pecan that I’ve had for years that I decided to use for the top. The lumber was about 2” thick rough, however after jointing and plaining (I’ve always been confused on the spelling of that word), the thickest pieces came out at 1.25” & most ...

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