I was going to bring this up in the oil check thread but decided to start a new one for what I think is far more critical then checking oil and thats checking your tires air pressure. Its more troublesome to check 4 tires for air but way more important from a safety point. I think low air pressure...Last Post By: Mel Fulks Today, 3:08 PM
I have the opportunity to purchase a couple of oak burls from a very nice person (he's probably reading this :)) Anyway, I'll have to flatten these possibly by hand. Does anyone have experience scrubbing and flattening oak burl? Is it difficult vs flat sawn lumber?Last Post By: Kevin Hampshire Today, 4:17 PM
I continue to struggle getting any tension on my G0555 that we bought used. Here's where I'm at. I'd bought a 3/4 bladerunner from Iturra, but yes, I also have a 1/2" too. It makes no difference right now. I took out the old tension rod, ran it through a die to make sure the threads were...Last Post By: Myk Rian Today, 6:29 PM
So I now own almost every Wera screwdriver ever made. That was cool. I had said just yesterday that it was time to upgrade my screwdrivers. I had tried their electricians drivers and loved them. I had a small shoulder plane in my cart and I think 15 min into the sale it was sold out. In 30...Last Post By: Ray Selinger Today, 3:35 PM
I have recently “inherited” a collection of Douglas Fir salvaged from a 1940’s vintage property. I have a pretty large variety of types including 7” x 17” beams, 1.5” x 4.75” tongue and grove (2,000 square feet), and 1.5” x 11.0” joists (10,000 square feet). The wood was pretty high quality to...Last Post By: Andrew J. Coholic Today, 4:29 PM
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Really beautiful stuff!
Keep it coming!
Stewie, what wood did you use? Impeccable craftsmanship and very tasteful lines.
I can just picture my buddies playing chess on this board and getting confused.Matt Lau Today, 9:48 PM