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  0 Thread: Making Your Own Plywood
Post: RE: Making Your Own Plywood

jteneyck Wrote: (Yesterday, 10:43 AM) -- The vacuum bag is home made.  I used 30 mil vinyl and glued the seams with PVC pipe cement.   -- Where did you source the vinyl?
mound Woodworking 14 677 Yesterday, 11:27 AM
  0 Thread: Making Your Own Plywood
Post: RE: Making Your Own Plywood

I do it just like this - I tend to use blue tape only cause I never have the veneer tape, but otherwise the same.. Glue on the substrate only. I even use the cheap "pet safe"  heavy duty screen from h...
mound Woodworking 14 677 01-25-2023, 11:00 AM
  0 Thread: Unsupported span for 6/4 countertop
Post: RE: Unsupported span for 6/4 countertop

anecdotally, I have a 6/4 slab of sappele about 6' long that's been sitting across two saw-horses about 4' apart in my shed and has become a catch all for all sorts of other heavy stuff. it doesn't sa...
mound Woodworking 11 609 01-19-2023, 07:59 AM
  0 Thread: Attaching .MOV Video to Post?
Post: RE: Attaching .MOV Video to Post?

David Stone Wrote: (12-09-2022, 11:44 AM) -- Is it possible to attach a .mov (Mac) video in a post?  Or can I only attach .jpeg photos? If it's possible, can someone tell me how to do it? -- I'd p...
mound Questions about using the WoodNet forum features 2 254 01-16-2023, 01:52 PM
  0 Thread: veneering with contact cement, requires paper backed or no?
Post: RE: veneering with contact cement, requires paper ...

interesting! Thanks John.. This is also end-panels in my kitchen renovation
mound Woodworking 5 347 01-16-2023, 12:09 PM
  0 Thread: veneering with contact cement, requires paper backed or no?
Post: RE: veneering with contact cement, requires paper ...

museumguy Wrote: (01-15-2023, 07:06 PM) -- Read this, https://wisewoodveneer.com/learning-center/installation-instructions/wood-veneer-application-using-contact-cement/ -- thanks!
mound Woodworking 5 347 01-16-2023, 08:09 AM
  0 Thread: veneering with contact cement, requires paper backed or no?
Post: veneering with contact cement, requires paper back...

So I need to veneer a long plywood panel (~80") with the 1/16" white oak veneer I have, but it's too big for my vacuum bag.  Can I use contact cement on a non-paper backed, 1/16" white oak veneer? ...
mound Woodworking 5 347 01-15-2023, 06:07 PM
  0 Thread: hardwood buckled from a bit of water
Post: RE: hardwood buckled from a bit of water

Zack Butler Wrote: (01-11-2023, 10:31 AM) -- I've had it go both ways.  I had a 3/4" floor buckle a little, (not as bad as yours).  It flattened out ok, not perfect, but like yours it was in an out o...
mound Home Improvement 9 404 01-11-2023, 11:23 AM
  0 Thread: hardwood buckled from a bit of water
Post: RE: hardwood buckled from a bit of water

Place your bets!  Hadn't thought of actually pulling those two boards out to let them dry with the intent of re-nailing them, that might be a good idea. I'll give it a few weeks and see what happens f...
mound Home Improvement 9 404 01-11-2023, 07:53 AM
  0 Thread: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?
Post: RE: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?

greatscott Wrote: (01-05-2023, 07:32 PM) -- Curious what OP decided to use.  I am also considering using Rubio Monocoat (Pure) to finish my kitchen cabinet drawer boxes (hard maple).  I originally wa...
mound Finishing 18 897 01-10-2023, 04:41 PM
  0 Thread: hardwood buckled from a bit of water
Post: hardwood buckled from a bit of water

This is the old thin strip, face nailed red-oak flooring from the 60's...  There was a gallon jug of Poland Spring water that was apparently slow dripping into the wood floor for some number of weeks ...
mound Home Improvement 9 404 01-10-2023, 03:23 PM
  0 Thread: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?
Post: RE: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?

jteneyck Wrote: (12-20-2022, 08:05 PM) -- I don't think RM is expensive compared to 2 or 3 coats of Enduro Clear Poly.  It's called Monocoat for a reason, and if you only use a single coat the price ...
mound Finishing 18 897 12-21-2022, 07:47 AM
  0 Thread: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?
Post: RE: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?

jteneyck Wrote: (12-20-2022, 01:02 PM) -- WB poly over Sealcoat shellac if you want a little amber tint, leave out the Sealcoat if you want water clear.  If you want it to look like no finish at all ...
mound Finishing 18 897 12-20-2022, 03:28 PM
  0 Thread: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?
Post: RE: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?

thanks!                      ---------------
mound Finishing 18 897 12-20-2022, 10:34 AM
  0 Thread: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?
Post: RE: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?

Willyou Wrote: (12-20-2022, 10:18 AM) -- Water based poly is now pretty common and works well. Dries fast, easy to apply, durable, low odor. The only down side is that alone it does little to enhance...
mound Finishing 18 897 12-20-2022, 10:23 AM
  0 Thread: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?
Post: RE: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?

Cabinet Monkey Wrote: (12-20-2022, 09:03 AM) -- Did you ever glue them up ?  That’ll make finishing a bit more difficult, but lots are done that way.  Simplest is prob. a can of wipe on poly.   Be ...
mound Finishing 18 897 12-20-2022, 09:45 AM
  0 Thread: Hand tool box Project?
Post: RE: Hand tool box Project?

looking good! I noticed you cut your pins first.  I've not done a huge number of dovetails, but this past few months I did a TON of them building a whole kitchen full of drawers. Most all I did ...
mound Woodworking Hand Tools 19 1,308 12-20-2022, 08:15 AM
  0 Thread: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?
Post: finishing a kitchen full of drawers?

As part of my long running Kitchen Build Thread (https://forums.woodnet.net/showthread.php?tid=7364337)  (check it out if interested) I've got about 25 solid maple drawers (well, solid sides, maple pl...
mound Finishing 18 897 12-20-2022, 07:53 AM
  0 Thread: Kitchen Build Thread
Post: RE: Kitchen Build Thread

Snipe Hunter Wrote: (12-06-2022, 07:05 AM) -- I'd worry more if it were natural stone. The quartzite countertops are really strong and not nearly as brittle as stone. Still... wouldn't stand on it. I...
mound Home Improvement 105 12,805 12-06-2022, 08:11 AM
  0 Thread: Putting the shooting board to work
Post: RE: Putting the shooting board to work

looks great! ...
mound Woodworking 8 968 12-01-2022, 04:38 PM

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