Sure you can use MDF as long as you construct it so there isn't too much of a span. I use that quite often in panted window seat, just did one for ...
In that case then you'll want to get some KD (Kiln dried) rather than using your regular 2x4 it has a 19% water content and will move on you.Straig...
The corners on the mirror + two widths of the wood will be the points on the wood cut at the 45 angles. You won't even have to measure. The / on th...
1 1/2 that's quite the gap.. What type of door? Solid core or hollow core... stamped hardbaord 6 panel, flush luan, stained oak, painted fir? ..t...
Plus you can move it if there is any probs later easily... I use Alloc for my projects.Alter Eagle Construction & Design
I find you need to double up MDF with the weight of the books Pif. looks good though I should put that project on my site. Nosed it & made the shel...
Joe look at the crown molding tutorial I show you how that backer is done... Pif's right on the money as usual. Alter Eagle Construction & Design
Yes you'll need to think about fireblocking... I answered a similar question a while back and have left the details on my sites forum... go there a...
It is a good deal. Poplar takes paint the best in my humble opinion or birch. Still with sealer, primer & filler maybe he can work magic with the m...
Dull blade, careful they can come off of that a decent speed.. next time pick up a thin kerf 60 to 80 tooth ATB (Alternate top bevel grind) with a ...
We typically use a girder & slowly jack the floor level... often with the historical restoration we need to weight down from above as well. It take...
Have a look at the "Oak Barn project" I believe I show you how to make the doors in there...?... also look at Dr K's project, there are a couple of...
If you're having trouble with the http://www.altereagle.com try it with just http://altereagle.com for some reason there has been some probs wi...
Have a look at the tutorial, that covers pretty well all of it. Alter Eagle Site look at Owner tutorialsYou're lucky of you've managed to find a cr...
Put a screw in a slat of wood to hold on to and slide the wood into the hole,Now you can tighten that onto the back of the drywall by catching it w...
Perhaps a simple jig or your tri-square?Mock up a corner and you should find that the trim ends in the same place... Lets say 7/8 back from the cor...