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07-12-2019 04:39 AM

Trying to put a flat surface on a convex plank - 4 replies

On very short notice a friend asked me to make a wedding arch for him and his betrothed. I have a nice very old black walnut plank that has been waiting for just the right project. The plank is 12” wide, flat on one side and convex on the other. I want to put a 3 ¹/²” flat surface on the curved side of the plank so I can clea...

11-16-2012 12:35 AM

Searching for flexible edge molding of a different type - 1 reply

Hi all. Hopefully I will explain this clear enough that someone will have a solution for me. Most of us are familiar with t molding and I think I am looking for something similar. However, instead of finishing the edge of a table/desk/whatever, I am looking for something to finish the edge or a 3/4” barrel/tube. So I need something ...

04-29-2011 05:32 AM

Has the LJ layout changed? - 7 replies

I had not been on line for several months but when I came back to post a recent project I found the same old enjoyable LJ that I remembered. For the last couple of days the format/layout/look of my LJ page is radically changed. It is large and stretched out and NOT easy to view. Is this a change made by LJ or did I accidentally change the vie...

06-26-2009 01:56 AM

Ebonizing - 6 replies

Hi guys, This is my first forum post so I hope I am puting this in the right area. I looked at a couple of projects recently that said the finish was ebonized, the technique used on both said something about using steel wool and ?_. If any one is familiar with this technique I would appreciate some feed back or being point to the OP. Th...


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