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  1. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I've got a design for some window sashes I'd love some feedback on. I have some salvaged 11/16" T&G Greenheart I got from this place I was thinking of using. The plan was to use 3 layers with glue between each and also dowels and/or screws. Here is a quick sketchup of what I am thinking...
  2. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
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  3. Finishing
    I really do not want to tear down my 1959 kitchen cabinets just because they look a little bad to the wife. Some of the cabinets are right up against the window frames so I can't use anything thick. Probably would go with white birch or maple but where to buy for the best price I have no...
  4. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I am looking for what to buy: Can anyone make a recommendation or have experience with glass railing systems for outdoor decks? I am looking for what to buy, of course I would install it myself so easy is not a bad feature <laugh> I did a little research and can't find much on the topic that...
  5. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Hi Everyone, and Thank you for the more welcome. I'm the nuubie here and already have a question. I have the rare opportunity to get about 30 oak pews ranging in length from 8' to 30'.Should I fill my loft this this material? M y real Q is - Can I find enough uses for said material?
  6. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Just got this through PM. Hi, My name is Miriam Clubley, I am 20 years and a student. I have an important issue to discuss with you, I will appreciate your response via my email address [email protected] Miriam Beware LJ's
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have my planer set up with a dust catcher (big garbage can) because I dont have a dust COLLECTION system in my shop. Someone was nice enough to give me that Dewalt cloth bag that fits over a trash can. Here's my basic setup. . . . When I turn the planer on that bag fills with air like a...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    Just glued up my first box! Kind of exciting. It has been about 4 weeks from the first time I planed and sized the stock to now. Mostly because I only get a few hours at a time to work every few days or so. Finished stock thickness is 1/2" and about 5" x 7". Maple and Bloodwood. As I was gluing...
  9. Joinery
    Someone has asked me about building this chair. The back is straightforward. Not sure about the legs, though. How would you join the legs on this chair?
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I had the most pleasant visit from Karson Morrison and his son David, yesterday. We spent a couple of hours talking shop, wood and how we got to where we are. David showed me the really neat inlay he learned how to do from acanthuscarver. The inlay was in a really nice sanding block. Karson...
  11. Focus on the Workspace
    Storage Galore. My wife had piles of boxes stuffed in a room we (SHE) needed, so the boxes had only one place left to go, the garage. I was building a shop and didn't want to give up the space. We're talking a LOT of boxes. Attached is a photo of my solution, along with a detail of the component...
  12. Designing Woodworking Projects
    A friend of mine replaced all the windows in her house with some top end windows about 4 years ago. I believe they are made of red wood, very straight and tight grained, looked quarter sawn to me. I didn't count how many windows are in her house but I believe the total came to around $24k, and...
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