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12-26-2011 06:29 PM

fine tuning incra miter 1000HD? - 2 replies

I received a incra 1000hd miter for christmas, yeah me! I have a couple of questions in regards to the fine tuning. I completely understand all the videos and documentation in regards to fine tuning by cutting 16 miters in lieu of say 8 for a more precise tuning. The issue I have is just that, if I have one joint in a octoagon that is say 1/16&#...

02-25-2010 06:42 AM

OK here is one for ya - Guides, Glides, or Slides? - 9 replies

Does anyone know what the actual term is that we use for the strips of galvanized metal, most of the time having bearings, that we screw to the side of our drawers? They help guide the drawer out of the opening allowing it to glide or slide much smoother when being opened or closed. What term do you use?

02-23-2010 03:02 PM

Pre-finished plywood or not? - 18 replies

I am getting geared up to start my kitchen cabinets however I am pondering about one item. My plan is to follow Norms process for building the cabinets with exception to the prefinished plywood. He uses a lot of this stuff throughout his kitchen project claiming no finishing is required once assembly is complete. It makes complete since coming f...

02-23-2010 05:09 AM

Answer to my Whoes - thanks LJ - 6 replies

I am still farly new to the site and was looking for a answer to my warped and twisted boards filling my wall in the shop. It seems the planer sled has been around for a while and I just didnt know. I came across the very well designed and simple sled by Keith Rust that I really liked. In laying out one of my own per Keith’s design I used ...


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