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06-12-2020 07:06 PM

Anybody have a Grizzly coupon code they aren't going to use? - 3 replies

Looking to see if anyone has a grizzly coupon code they aren’t using. Want to get a new planer.

08-05-2019 11:09 PM

Soliciting builtin ideas in weird space - 15 replies

So, basically my wife hates this space (see pic) which occupies this weird hole in the space between our wood-burning fireplace and the french doors to the back yard to the left. This is basically the ‘family room’ area with the kitchen off to the right. You’ll notice from the various plate covers this was previously meant to b...

06-21-2018 07:40 PM

Tips on finishing curly redwood slab - 0 replies

So, I’m working on this dining table which features a large redwood slab with a fair bit of figure in it. It’s my first time working with such a porous wood, hence my questions. My typical finishing sequence with walnut has been a coat or two of General Finishes Seal A Cell and then a few coats of Arm R Seal. Using this procedure he...

12-01-2016 05:47 AM

Is this joint design ok ? - 3 replies

I’m looking to make a dresser (dimensions ~ 60w x 48h x 20d). The corner joint I have in mind is shown in the first Sketchup figure. The second Sketchup figure is an exploded version of that joint showing how the two horizontal boards are connected with a half lap and the vertical segment is connected with a tenon. Yes, I actually do want ...

03-11-2016 04:53 AM

Grizzly coupon? - 3 replies

ANyone have a Grizzly coupon code they aren’t using? :-)

08-21-2014 02:38 PM

1st big thing: coffee table. Advice? - 4 replies

Below are some screen caps of the coffee table design. Top is bookmatched walnut slab, about 54”x31”. My plan so far is to have the legs be made of ash.Slab thickness is 6/4 as are all the ash bits, which are 3” wide everywhere. The perpendicular cross braces will have lap joints that I’ll put in with a dado blade and,...


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