A miter saw is fine for cutting wood to length. A table saw excels at ripping. But it also does fine doing cross-cuts, miter, joinery, dadoes...
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And aftermarket fence such as Beismeier or any of the clones, or Incra would be an infinitely better choice than the OEM fence. But if you really...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJXDbEVtNPY Light purple would not be my first choice, but then I'm not a "decorator."
These guys, if they don't have them in stock, can rebuild them from cells. http://www.batteriesplus.com/
What you do is establish a temporary fence that is NOT parallel to the saw blade. So your stock is passing over the blade at an angle. The saw is...
This hardware is notoriously non-standardized. But Lowe's hardware department has about 10 different styles, color coded and labeled with dimensti...
hmmm. I guess I don't know where you are measuring "two feet" from -- sides, to opposite sides, or to opposite corners. Draw a square that's the...
The replacement color is a combination of the wood, the stain, and the finish. Added complication is there is no such color as "golden oak" -- it ...
1. You might. But polyurethane does go bad in a partial can. It cures by absorbing oxygen and that includes the oxygen in the head space's air. ...
About any finish is going to be 0-.006" thick. No finish is going to be resistant to cuts and gouges, hammer marks, etc. Once you get a cut in a ...
http://www.rd.com/familyhandyman/content/18214/ or http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=17507&filter=shelf%20support
I know of this brand of cabinets, but have never had to fix the supports. If faced with this, I'd probably improvise a solution with something I c...
Normally (assuming I'm understanding this correctly), you would cut a return, just like you would with molding. It will be a bit tricky because th...
What is the look you are going for? If you are going to be cutting on it, you do not want a film-forming finish. A good solution is six parts o...
I would first look at the sort of canned soda/pop or beer can dispensers that load front and return from the back to dispense at the bottom. I rea...
RTF is a type of plastic (from what I can tell usually PVC Vinyl). Many paints will not adhere well to plastics. Even if you are successful (test...
A wash down with denatured alcohol, then let dry. Follow with a coat of shellac that will seal in most odors. There are more elaborate techni...