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  0 Thread: 'Garden' chairs
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jteneyck Wrote: (Yesterday, 10:34 AM) -- Well done.  I like how you adjusted the cross section of the components to fit the overall size of the chairs.  I remember those plans in FWW.  I've built thr...
KC Woodworking 6 216 Yesterday, 02:58 PM
  0 Thread: 'Garden' chairs
Post: RE: 'Garden' chairs

stav Wrote: (02-27-2024, 07:13 PM) -- They look good. From a relaxation standpoint, I'm with you on needing some recline. -- The plan layout is 12 degree tilt to the back.  I ended up with 13 degre...
KC Woodworking 6 216 Yesterday, 06:02 AM
  0 Thread: 'Garden' chairs
Post: 'Garden' chairs

Woodsmith #45 (June '86) had a garden bench project that caused me to keep it for all these years.  Don't need a bench, but I figured we could use a couple more chairs for the deck.  I kinda thought t...
KC Woodworking 6 216 02-27-2024, 06:52 PM
  0 Thread: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?
Post: RE: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?

MstrCarpenter Wrote: (02-16-2024, 04:31 PM) -- I know I said it might not have to be recessed, but according to code, if it's surface mounted it has to be a weather tight box. I use shallow pans when...
KC Home Improvement 7 358 02-18-2024, 06:44 AM
  0 Thread: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?
Post: RE: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?

crokett™ Wrote: (02-14-2024, 09:41 AM) -- what's wrong with a surface mount box?  then all you are doing is drilling a hole through the post. -- Never occurred to me that the fixture would probably...
KC Home Improvement 7 358 02-14-2024, 12:07 PM
  0 Thread: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?
Post: RE: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?

MstrCarpenter Wrote: (02-13-2024, 11:57 PM) -- Depending on what light you choose, recessing the shallow 3-1/2" or 4" pan box may not be necessary. Drill for the romex connector, and fill the hole wi...
KC Home Improvement 7 358 02-14-2024, 07:32 AM
  0 Thread: negative rake scrapers
Post: RE: negative rake scrapers

arthropod98 Wrote: (02-13-2024, 11:34 AM) -- so, just playing around with a little tri-tipped bowl, and wanted to touch up the inside a bit.  have several scrapers and am aware of the techniques to u...
KC Woodturning 6 237 02-14-2024, 07:28 AM
  0 Thread: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?
Post: 'porch' lights on a 6x6 post?

Roof over the deck is built on 6x6 posts and faces the street.  I'd like to have a light on each post.  Is there a reason why I shouldn't drill a 5/8" hole through the post(s) and rout out 5/8" for a ...
KC Home Improvement 7 358 02-13-2024, 08:51 PM
  0 Thread: Anyone know how to make a sliding tablesaw jig?
Post: RE: Anyone know how to make a sliding tablesaw jig...

Arlin Eastman Wrote: (02-13-2024, 04:46 PM) -- I did not see a link to what the Jet one looked like. -- I can't see anything that looks familiar anywhere.
KC Woodworking Power Tools 18 959 02-13-2024, 08:31 PM
  0 Thread: Anyone know how to make a sliding tablesaw jig?
Post: RE: Anyone know how to make a sliding tablesaw jig...

jteneyck Wrote: (02-12-2024, 09:32 PM) -- What's the advantage over a sled?   John -- Maybe the weight support to the side of the main table.  Having worked with one for a couple years https://s...
KC Woodworking Power Tools 18 959 02-13-2024, 08:22 AM
  0 Thread: Project for my daughter
Post: RE: Project for my daughter

That looks terrific... and points to you for symmetry.  Your description of what the alcove used to look like is one of my biggest peeves. :yes:
KC Woodworking 13 564 02-13-2024, 08:06 AM
  0 Thread: Daily Bench Shot
Post: RE: Daily Bench Shot

Made several of these 25 years ago, but tossed the templates.  This is 'Norm's' chair from a Popular Woodworking 2005 issue.  Very similar to the ones before, but not exactly as I remember.  One m...
KC Woodworking 1,810 618,882 02-06-2024, 06:08 PM
  0 Thread: Moisture problem in new shop!
Post: RE: Moisture problem in new shop!

JosephP Wrote: (01-30-2024, 02:55 PM) -- I'm not a builder...but it is my understanding that a vapor barrier is pretty standard for a slab under any building that will be climate controlled.  Obvious...
KC Woodworking 61 3,284 01-31-2024, 08:57 AM
  0 Thread: Daily Bench Shot
Post: RE: Daily Bench Shot

2beast Wrote: (01-24-2024, 08:10 PM) -- I made up a small batch of white oak, tongue and groove flooring. I need these for the platform of the staircase I am building. -- Did you mill your own for...
KC Woodworking 1,810 618,882 01-26-2024, 06:22 AM
  0 Thread: HVAC Ceiling vent
Post: RE: HVAC Ceiling vent

museumguy Wrote: (01-24-2024, 02:12 PM) -- I've had several technicians tell me that my ceiling vents are AC and I need ones for heat. What is the difference? Where can I get 6" diameter heat vents/d...
KC Home Improvement 9 491 01-24-2024, 06:47 PM
  0 Thread: Go Board
Post: RE: Go Board

MstrCarpenter Wrote: (01-20-2024, 11:51 PM) -- Looks like a different color Ditra by Schluter. I've used that system on a walk-in shower along with the pitched floor and curb. (the floor was longer t...
KC Home Improvement 5 434 01-21-2024, 07:35 AM
  0 Thread: JET JBS 14 ask
Post: RE: JET JBS 14 ask

Wayne G. Wrote: (01-20-2024, 11:30 AM) -- I have a JET band saw thats rarely used.  I always keep the blade tension off unless its being used.  Recently I noticed that when engaging the tension it gr...
KC Woodworking Power Tools 3 486 01-21-2024, 07:22 AM
  0 Thread: Cabinet Design Help . . .
Post: RE: Cabinet Design Help . . .

Interesting video, and pretty much how most of us probably do it.  IMO, the pocket screw step on the 'brace' pieces is overkill.  Once that box is put together, glue is plenty to hold them in place.  ...
KC Woodworking 4 400 01-21-2024, 07:19 AM
  0 Thread: Where do folks get wide hardwood molding
Post: RE: Where do folks get wide hardwood molding

Stwood_ Wrote: (01-13-2024, 06:36 PM) -- Yes, angle is way off. Though it will still fit to the wall. -- Am I missing a 'how to read a framing square' trick?  Looks like that piece would be nearly ...
KC Home Improvement 13 968 01-17-2024, 06:49 AM
  0 Thread: A Clock of my own design
Post: RE: A Clock of my own design

No words. Even 40 years ago when I had the patience of a newbie willing to figure things out that would've given me a headache!  Mad props, sir.
KC Woodworking 16 1,114 01-12-2024, 08:04 AM

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