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11-16-2011 01:21 AM

Jet 16-32 drum sander adjustment help - 1 reply

I have been building tons of cutting boards lately and noticed that my Jet 16-32 has been burning wood on the inside of the drum. I put a level on the drum and it is dipped on the inside towards the motor. Has anyone ever adjusted the drum arm and if so how do I do it?

10-31-2011 04:17 PM

Powering digital picture frame at art shows - 2 replies

I bought a digital picture frame this weekend that I will be using at tshows to display work that I was unable to bring. The issue that I am facing is powering it when there is no power available. Does anyone use battery packs for power during shows? If so what do you use?

10-28-2011 12:01 AM

Cutting board design software for a Mac - 7 replies

I want to be able to utilize some cutting board design software but I have a Macbook, any idea how to get it to work on a Mac?

10-27-2011 07:55 PM

Website feedback - 24 replies

I did some recent updates to my website and was looking for some feedback

10-22-2011 10:59 PM

Premade table legs - 4 replies

I have a client that wants a farm table with 4” thick turned legs but my mini lathe won’t handle the length. Any one know of any mill work websites where I can order table legs to te specs I need?

10-16-2011 02:08 PM

Replacement sand paper for Jet Drum Sander? - 4 replies

I need replacement paper for my Jet Drum Sander 16-32. Where is the best place to get replacement paper? Woodcraft sells the replacement rolls but they are a bit pricey.

09-19-2011 03:47 PM

Cleaning table saw blades and router bits - 16 replies

What does everyone use to clean table saw blades and router bits?

09-06-2011 07:01 PM

Aquarium stand weight limitations - 6 replies

I have been asked to work up a quote for a furniture grade aquarium stand that should hold ~250 pounds. The dimensions are 40×26 x 32. Do I need to utilize any sort of extra reinforcments or would standard cabinet construction suffice?

08-21-2011 12:38 PM

Poison ivy pen? - 9 replies

I am in the middle of a big art show selling Maloof inspired rocking chairs and wooden pens. I had a customer come to look at a pen and commented that he has a pen made out the vine from poison ivy. Has anyone ever heard of or seen this? Any pictures out there?

08-17-2011 09:06 PM

Preventing Padauk from darkening with age? - 7 replies

I am looking for a way to keep the red color of padauk. I want to be able to prevent the wood from darkening over time. Is this possible?

08-12-2011 03:11 PM

Online flier printing - 2 replies

I need to get a bunch of full color double sided fliers printed for an art show next weekend. Staples wants $1 a piece to print them. Has anyone used any online vendors for printing? If so what was your experience?

08-07-2011 04:26 PM

Mt Gretna Art Show (Pennsylvania) - Anyone ever attend? - 1 reply

I have been accepted into the Mt Gretna Emerging Artist Program and this will be the first time I am attending/participating in the show. Does anyone have any experience with this show? What type of turn out is there? I sell Maloof inspired furniture and hope that this crowd will be willing to put down the investment for quality furniture/art ...

07-22-2011 11:30 PM

Odd wormy red oak - 1 reply

I am building a toy box for my niece so I wanted something unique. When I went to the local hardwood store they suggested wormy red oak. My question is what else is in this wood? It looks like a bit of birds eye and burl but can’t tell. Hope the pictures can show what I mean. Thoughts? Suggestions on finish that will brin...

07-03-2011 10:59 AM

Protecting wooden towel racks from wet towels - 4 replies

I am in the process of finishing some Mickey Mouse head towel hangers for a friend. The towle hangers are made of poplar with poplar shaker pegs in them. My friend will be painting them to match the bathroom but she is concerned with the water and moisture. Should I seal the hangers first before painting? What can be done to prevent them fro...

06-28-2011 02:30 AM

Hoarding Walnut - 7 replies

Went to the local hardwood supplier the other day and I couldn’t believe it when they had 8/4 Walnut slabs. Bought them all, 11 in total ranging from 8’ to 12’ in length and ~12” – 15” wide. Current project, Walnut Low Back Dining Chair

06-22-2011 08:42 PM

Help with Maloof table - 0 replies

I need help from individuals that have built a Maloof style table. I want to build a table and utilize the same flared and coved design in the legs that Maloof tables have. I know that I need a coving bit but can’t figure out the size. If I am going to use a 3.5” center post with 2” thick legs then I would need a 3/4” ...

06-17-2011 05:19 PM

Help with wood threading kit - 1 reply

Recently got a 3/4 wood threading kit from USA Tool but it came with no instructions. I know how to use it but don’t know the hole that needs drilled. Do I drill a 3/4 hole or one slightly smaller?

06-17-2011 04:52 AM

Ebony online - 4 replies

I need a few blocks of 8/4 ebony for a project but my local supplier doesn’t sell it. Is there a place online that I could get some? Only need roughly 10” x 6” 8/4 blocks.

06-14-2011 02:56 AM

Wall of templates - 9 replies

This weekend I rearranged my chair templates to one location. Thought I would share my wall of templates. Templates include: Scott Morrison – Simple RockerScott Morrison – Tea Chair Scott Morrison – Music StandHal Taylor – Maloof Rocker (Small, Medium, & Large)Charles Brock – Maloof Dining Chair Only o...

05-31-2011 07:06 PM

Website posted - Need opinions - 26 replies

Just updated my website and I need opinions on it. I used Iweb on my Mac Book to create the website. Still don’t know how to integrate e-mail so that users can use a message box for e-mails. I also don’t know how to add a counter so that I can track how many visitors there are. ThanksYT75

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