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  1. Beaded Vase

    This vase is nine inches high and six at the widest diameter. A patina copper coating was applied over a textured lower surface. The beads were distressed and dyed. A glaze was utilized for additional enhancement. Thanks for looking and all comments are appreciated.
  2. Walnut Tray/cutting board

    Found a nice piece of walnut and bookmatched it into a large tray/cutting board. Adding large 1 1/2 rubber feet to bottom to keep level and off wet surfaces. Finished with mineral oil/wax mix.
  3. Mahogany bowl

    Turned this in a Woodcraft beginners turning class. 4.5" x 1.5" Watco Danish oil
  4. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    21st Annual Air Works Consignment Auction coming up February 18 and 19, 2011 in Kidron Ohio. This auction is HUGE with usually over 4000 registered buyers! Selling in 10 rings on Saturday. More items than you can shake a stick at! 1000's of new and used woodworking tools! This is a nice...
  5. Finishing
    Been using this sprayer a long time with no issues but all of the sudden it won't atomize a laquer I've used a few times before. I've cleaned every nook and craney, the needle and spray tip seem to be fine. What am I missing, I've played with the air settings and tried all I can think of to...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Jenn and I bought one of the above mentioned staplers 2 years ago to put in the hardwood in our main floor. It isnt' a large house (~1100 sq ft) and of course exclude the kitchen and bathroom so the actual area is even smaller that has hardwood. So we have been putting in the hardwood as time...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello folks. I'm seeking advice for an ultr-quiet compressor for moderate to light duty: nailing, and blowing air mostly in my reproduction furniture shop. Not spraying or power sanding. The main feature I need is low noise, but also, of course, want reliability and something that will last...
  8. Blogs
    Lots of air I'm so pleased. I've got two air compressors. One of them is one of those little ones with a small tank that is good for a nail gun but any air tool that runs continuously like a grinder or air sander it can't handle. I've had a used 5hp air compressor in the garage for a long...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Calling all compressor repairmen! I have a large compressor I've been given. I use air tools but with this baby I'd be able to use some that require lots of volume. Don't know much about it but it runs nicely is one of those stationary upright ones about 5 ft tall with a two piston compressor...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've only had a stationary belt sander. I usually hand sand and use hand scrapers But sometimes I think I could use a sander. I've got lots of air, 60 gal. tank and 5hp compressor. And I like air tools. Does anyone have any experience with a pneumatic random orbital sander? If so, recommend a...
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