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  1. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Is there an easy way to properly select the correct face with the push/pull, or follow me tools? Much of the time, when I make a shape, I can't select the face that I am looking at. I turn on x-ray view, and see that it is selecting the face on the otherside (backside) of the piece. I try to...
  2. Woodworking Skill Share
    I know there's a lot of people here who work in the building trades, my question is, what the heck do you do about this? My parents have lived in the same location for 50 years and have had trouble with ice off and on for most of that time, but never more so than the last few years. The icicles...
  3. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Does anyone have plans for a murphey bed? I'd like to build one for the back room and buying one is hellishly expensive…. Nothing fancy….just the bed….I know I can get hardware from Lee Valley but I'd like to talk to someone who may have built one…. tks
  4. Woodworking Skill Share
    I was told there a product that has a flat electric hand held iron (looks like a wood burner but flat) and it comes with different color meltable peices, they are different colors, to use to fill holes in projects before finishing, Help Thanks Have a great days Doug
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  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've seen lots of questions lately about Drum Sanders, Here is a website where you can buy 50 foot rolls of sandpaper direct from 3M. Various grits are available and other widths as well. You need to cut the ends to fit your sander but you'll save about half the cost. Lots of other sanding...
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    I have a 9" Craftsman band saw that has a 1/3 hp motor. I got it from my brother in law who said he never could get it to work quite right. I used it today and had some trouble with the blade popping off the wheels. I did get a lot of burning on the cuts whether I was cutting straight (or...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    I'm looking at getting a double sided waterstone, it's a 1000/4000 grit I'll be using it to flatten and then sharpening.Is 1000 too much? I have seen videos that use 800 and 4000.
  9. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Some time in the next couple months I plan on building a station for my Cman 113 contractors saw. I'm really like the one featured in shopnotes and plan to build something similar to this (pic attached). The only real difference in how I would like to build it is I'd like to keep the cast iron...
  10. Finishing
    Well, Stickley really knows how to put the Stick in Stickley. I requested some information from them on their #703 finish because I have a client who wants me to refinish a 1994 Stickley dining room table. They refused to even give me any guidance, much less tell me about their formulation...
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