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  1. Coated Abrasive Belt Storage Labeling

    We needed to identify the grits of belts hanging near ceiling on split plastic pipe mounted to shelf supports. Our solution was using wooden blocks. First we band sawed each block from a 2×4 and then sanded to fit inside of each 3" diameter half pipe. Each block was screwed to a pipe. This...
  2. Four Post Bed

    Here are a few pictures of a four poster bed I just completed. This is spaulted maple that I milled up last year. All the components are bookmatched in some order, so the bottom rails are bookmatched and the top rails are out of the same piece of wood, same with the uprights. The headboard and...
  3. Cabinet Removal - Box Beam Install

    My wife and I just bought a house and she hated the cabinets, top picture, so she forced me to remove them. I installed a box beam, reusing the crown moulding that was on the cabinets and installed the pendant lights as well wiring them to a switch that controls a light over the sink. Turned...
  4. Finishing
    I'm curious as to your favorite hook and loop style sanding discs? Also, what are your experiences (good and bad) with the Abranet/Mirka sanding discs?
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    After making my first set of end grain cutting boards this past Christmas, I decided to break down and get a Jet 16-32 sander. Most of the reviews were favorable and I totally agree, the thing is awesome and a great time saver. ( I used my bench-top belt sander and it was a real pain ) Since...
  6. Finishing
    I've done some poking around the web and have found a brand of sandpaper called "Matador" that has sheets in 3,000 and 5,000 grits. I'm curious about this stuff for possible use in finishing and tool sharpening. Has anyone heard of it or used it? Is it any good in comparison to say, 3M or...
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