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12-13-2020 06:03 PM

Crosscut sled sticks - 17 replies

I have made a new crosscut sled that doesn’t seem to glide easily. It doesn’t seem to be to be the glide bars, but maybe is. I get it to flow smoothly, remove it, put it back and it sticks. (?). I treat the saw surface with BoeshieldT90. Could it be that?

12-07-2020 12:50 PM

Cross project - 5 replies

I am making a cross for gifts on Christmas. My question is how to join the intersecting members. They are mitre and accuracy is very important. I would use biscuits but another idea would help.

11-27-2019 04:06 PM

Wood lubricant - 27 replies

I have built a tool top desk and am looking for a lubricant for the ease of sliding the tambours. Also drawer slides. Used’Slipit’ previously but hard to find now. Any suggestions?

05-09-2019 12:52 PM

Board feet estimate (waste factor ?) - 10 replies

Does anyone know the typical waste favor when estimating a project ? I’m thinking it’s 10% – 15%. Thanks

01-11-2019 02:01 PM

Cabinets (wood selection) - 7 replies

I’m planning to build a bathroom vanity. I can’t decide what type of wood to choose for the carcass and front frame. I’m told that it would be painted (although I’d prefer to use oak on front and stain it). But I got to keep the wife happy so I have to use a wood that takes paint well. Any suggestions ?

12-31-2018 07:32 PM

Router Question - 4 replies

Hi, I’m new here and have a question about router horsepower. I have a 1-3/4 HP now but don’t know if that is powerful enough for cope cutting (stile & rail). I do the raised panel cuts on the table saw, so don’t need the router for that. Always used a shaper in the past, but don’t have that anymore. Anyone with some knowledge on this ? Thanks


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