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Brian fleming
  • Grove City, OH
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Kreg setting for 3x3
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Question i need pocket holes to join my table legs and apron . What setting would I set my kre jig up for a 3x3 I will be using 1 inch thick oak for the apron. And I will beef up the top of it with…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Grace Jan 22.

Glue
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Question I put together a 4x4 foot table with 1 inch red oak barn wood all if it went through a jointer before hand. I used pocket screws only and yes it took a ton of screws and I didn't get glue I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Glen S Jan 22.

Card table
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Going to be building a card table the table top is 150 year old read oak . The apron is 50-75 year old oak . And I ordered red oak turning stock on line for the legs. My question is when I go to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Glen S Jan 22.

New project rustic barnwood bar top
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Hello all my name is Brian I'm newer to wood working and loving my Kreg Jig. I do have a question though I put together 1 inch 7 ft. Long pieces of red oak barn wood to put on top of my base…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian fleming Jan 17.

 

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Brian fleming replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'Glue'
"Will I have to re sand all the poly and stain off then start over"
Jan 21
Ken Darga replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'Glue'
"Brian, I's take apart, when the loose joint meets--- remove the old glue--- reglue it and clamp tight. Use cawls to avoid bowing."
Jan 21
Brian fleming posted a discussion

Glue

Question I put together a 4x4 foot table with 1 inch red oak barn wood all if it went through a jointer before hand. I used pocket screws only and yes it took a ton of screws and I didn't get glue I was able to upright the table and it was solid one place about 4th board in had a very small amount of play in it. Question is should I take it all apart and glue it then screw it back together it's already been stained and has two coats of poly on it .
Jan 21
Brian fleming replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'Card table'
"Yea the only reason I'm thinking stain is to match up everything else in the room, but if I did clear it would definitely make everything look uniform ."
Jan 19
Tim Grace replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'Card table'
"Danish oil, clear shellac, clear poly, etc. I'm not a big fan of stains in things that I do - probably because I can never seem to apply it and have it look like I had envisioned. I also like being able to see the character of the wood,…"
Jan 19
Brian fleming replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'Card table'
"I would really like to do the top in a dark stain. Would the table not look right if I did the aprons and the legs in just a clear? And by clear do you mean like a Danish oil or something like that ?"
Jan 19
Tim Grace replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'Card table'
"I would think that they would absorb the stain at a different rate, resulting in darker or lighter coloring between the three.  Is finishing in clear an option?  "
Jan 19
Brian fleming posted a discussion

Card table

Going to be building a card table the table top is 150 year old read oak . The apron is 50-75 year old oak . And I ordered red oak turning stock on line for the legs. My question is when I go to stain everything are the tints going to be drastically different ?
Jan 18
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Rustic barnwood Bar

120 year old red oak bar
Jan 17
Brian fleming replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'New project rustic barnwood bar top'
"I'm all done guys and I can't figure out how to post a pic.???"
Jan 17
Glen S replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'New project rustic barnwood bar top'
"Easy fix. Cut 4 boards as long as the top is wide. Place one set,, these are called cauls,, over/under on each end. Clamp them tight. This will draw the bow out on the ends. Inspect the joint carefully & place more cauls where they are needed.…"
Jan 17
Don Foley replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'New project rustic barnwood bar top'
"Brian, Since you did not glue the planks together to form the tabletop I suggest removing the bowed piece, drilling new pocket holes and before re-installing it use cauls or some other form of  forcing the bowed board flat.  Then reattach…"
Jan 14
Brian fleming replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'New project rustic barnwood bar top'
"Thanks Don it is attached with mechanical kreg screws I chose not to glue it . I don't have the capability of using a joiner to have symmetrical edges ."
Jan 13
Don Foley replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'New project rustic barnwood bar top'
"Brian, I also forgot to mention above, as for mounting the top if you have room use pocket hole screws.  Drill the holes in the base cabinet so the screws go upward into the top.  I built a side table awhile back and posted it in the…"
Jan 13
Don Foley replied to Brian fleming's discussion 'New project rustic barnwood bar top'
"Brian, From reading your post I assume you already have built the top, meaning the bowed board is already included in the bar top.  If so did you edge glue it to other boards or use mechanical fasteners such as pocket hole joinery to make the…"
Jan 13
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Jan 13

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K4 Master System
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Beginner DIYer
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