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Now live at the western base of Mt. Hood. Outside of fixing up two homes on the property and building out a shop (slower than hoped), I enjoy fishing and hiking with a blend of photography thrown in. Additionally, I enjoy cooking and grilling on my Weber.
I bought a mylar stencil that would fit the size of my box side. I took Titebond glue and mixed it with water in a throw away cup to the consistency it would drip if i took a shim and put some of the mix on it. I then taped the stencil on the piece of wood with blue tape prior to assembling and put the glue on the stencil very lightly but covering the whole stencil. It dried within and hour so I pulled off the stencil and sanded with a fine sanding block to get the high points of the glue off. Once that was done I stained over the glue area and other pieces and assembled the box. I am sure you can do the same with paint. Thanks
Not to mean to be asking a not well thought out question here - but I am really impressed of what you did. Then once the pallets are disassembled are you then running the boards through a planner? Just wondering if I now need to go out a purchase a planner before I can do what you are doing.
Just got a rip-cut and installed my Bosch saw haven't used it yet but saw was a good fit. Got the original ripcut and didn't really like it had trouble cutting straight. New one has several improvements should make it work much better. especially…Continue
Several months ago, I purchased the Kreg K4MS so that I could build the Lego Table as outlined on the companion "buildsomething" web site which exclusively uses pocket hole construction. I have considerable experience with conventional…