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  0 Thread: Stair railings
Post: RE: Stair railings

John - Thanks for the tip on the Grizzly router bits. I'll take a look at those. It looks like they have two profiles. crokett - Ah, your previous description makes more sense now that I can see pi...
OneStaple Home Improvement 14 495 04-03-2024, 10:15 PM
  0 Thread: Stair railings
Post: RE: Stair railings

Thanks for all the great info! I have no issue with making all these pieces, so I'm leaning toward doing this myself (I think). And I should have some time to do so. Probably the only part that I'll j...
OneStaple Home Improvement 14 495 03-30-2024, 08:39 PM
  0 Thread: Stair railings
Post: RE: Stair railings

Of course you were going to ask about pictures. Unfortunately, I don't have great pictures of the stairs, but I have a couple where they were in the background of other pictures to (hopefully) give yo...
OneStaple Home Improvement 14 495 03-29-2024, 08:39 PM
  0 Thread: Stair railings
Post: Stair railings

Hey all, I'm looking at replacing our stair railings, and am not sure how to best go about it, so I'm looking to you for answers! We're replacing all the hardwood flooring in the house, and the ...
OneStaple Home Improvement 14 495 03-29-2024, 03:32 PM
  0 Thread: Naniwa Chocera Pro Stones
Post: RE: Naniwa Chocera Pro Stones

I've heard great things about the chocera stones, but haven't gotten to try one myself. I'd love to know if you have further thoughts once you've have a chance to use them a bit. Including on the 3000...
OneStaple Woodworking Hand Tools 10 565 02-18-2024, 09:46 PM
  0 Thread: Under deck waterproofing options
Post: RE: Under deck waterproofing options

That DuxxBak Dekk looks very intriguing, and certainly seems like a fairly straightforward installation. You'd really want to be careful that the slope of the joists/framing is away from the house tho...
OneStaple Home Improvement 17 1,183 02-01-2024, 11:49 AM
  0 Thread: Under deck waterproofing options
Post: RE: Under deck waterproofing options

Gary G™ Wrote: (01-28-2024, 06:36 PM) -- It’s only 350 Sq Ft; pull up the decking and do it right. -- I had a suspicion that this might be the right approach, of course with some extra labor. If th...
OneStaple Home Improvement 17 1,183 01-28-2024, 11:49 PM
  0 Thread: Under deck waterproofing options
Post: Under deck waterproofing options

Hey, We're moving soon to a new house (unfortunately, that doesn't mean my shop gets any bigger). The house has a second floor deck that's roughly 350 sq ft, and we'd like to use the space undernea...
OneStaple Home Improvement 17 1,183 01-28-2024, 10:58 AM
  0 Thread: Perefect handle screwdrivers ?
Post: RE: Perefect handle screwdrivers ?

What did you do to attach the Phillips bit and the bit holder? They don't look welded. Tyler
OneStaple Woodworking Hand Tools 16 1,070 01-03-2024, 01:40 PM
  0 Thread: Perefect handle screwdrivers ?
Post: RE: Perefect handle screwdrivers ?

Just another idea, in case you're interested... I've always loved perfect handle screwdrivers, but the one thing I wish was different is that they'd come in other drivers besides flathead. So a few...
OneStaple Woodworking Hand Tools 16 1,070 12-30-2023, 07:13 PM
  0 Thread: Waterstone grit Norton vs Shapton ceramic
Post: RE: Waterstone grit Norton vs Shapton ceramic

There's a lot of variables that goes into someone like this. I know enough to be dangerous, but there are certainly others that know more. No, grit levels aren't standardized across manufacturers, ...
OneStaple Woodworking Hand Tools 11 753 12-27-2023, 02:04 PM
  0 Thread: My Anarchist Workbench
Post: RE: My Anarchist Workbench

ajkoontz Wrote: -- I am also on team tool well. It has drawbacks but I find it's usefulness outweighs the negatives. I went square dog holes but would do round if I had to do it over again. I keep th...
OneStaple Woodworking Hand Tools 24 3,267 12-15-2023, 08:16 PM
  0 Thread: Framing Lumber
Post: RE: Framing Lumber

Framing lumber drives me nuts. I actually take my moisture meter to the big box store when buying it and have found that moisture content can vary from 8% to 30%, even on the "kiln dried" stuff. It ca...
OneStaple Home Improvement 6 797 11-22-2023, 01:45 PM
  0 Thread: Shop Interlocking Floor Mat Suggestions?
Post: RE: Shop Interlocking Floor Mat Suggestions?

I had some scrap (roughly 4' squares) of carpet available from a recarpeting at about the same time that I needed to sand/finish a large item, so I put a piece on the garage floor. It has stayed there...
OneStaple Woodworking 11 1,351 09-26-2023, 08:59 AM
  0 Thread: Sawstop question
Post: RE: Sawstop question

I have a few three phase machines that run on VFDs. One of the VFDs died a few years ago around the time of a storm, so I'm 90% sure it was due to lightning. I now disconnect the VFDs when I'm not usi...
OneStaple Woodworking Power Tools 29 3,633 08-26-2023, 03:50 PM
  0 Thread: If you were to build a new shop...
Post: RE: If you were to build a new shop...

Cabinet Monkey Wrote: -- 200A service w/ a 42space panel -- A lot of people suggest this, and it's certainly better to err on the side of bigger, but I couldn't figure out a combo of machines that I ...
OneStaple Woodworking 35 3,707 08-06-2023, 03:19 PM
  0 Thread: If you were to build a new shop...
Post: RE: If you were to build a new shop...

I agree with the 10'+ ceilings, lots of outlets (120V and 240V, depending on what you have/use), and lots of lighting. For lighting, I'm fine with lots of LEDs, and would have some security concerns w...
OneStaple Woodworking 35 3,707 07-31-2023, 08:54 PM
  0 Thread: Unique design challenge
Post: RE: Unique design challenge

Ok, it's been a few months, but we have an end product! We went with a bowl made of the sticks/twigs and colored epoxy. I had the kids help me cut/break the sticks to useable sizes and pour the layers...
OneStaple Woodworking 23 3,135 07-07-2023, 04:08 PM
  0 Thread: Veritas dual marking gauge - SOLD
Post: RE: Veritas dual marking gauge

I'll take it. PM sent. Tyler
OneStaple Tool Swap N' Sell 1 374 05-23-2023, 11:34 AM
  0 Thread: Purpleheart order not so purple
Post: RE: Purpleheart order not so purple

Agree with FS7. I'll just add that the dark spots on the two left boards look like burning to me (probably fairly surface level). Purpleheart burns fairly easily, such as with a table saw blade tha...
OneStaple Woodworking 12 2,428 04-10-2023, 01:38 PM

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