WoodWorking

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  1. TallTexan

    TallTexan Well-Known Member Official Author

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  2. HyperCube1

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    Kewl
     
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  3. TallTexan

    TallTexan Well-Known Member Official Author

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    Thx
     
  4. TallTexan

    TallTexan Well-Known Member Official Author

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    A knife handle I made from pine and walnut
     
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  5. TallTexan

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    I just got a new tool and I love it!:thumbsup:
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  7. CaptainJack13

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    I wouldn’t say I build things out of wood, but I’m experienced at sanding and staining shelves, tables, etc. if I can find a pic of the ladder I recently stained, I’ll post it here.
     
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  8. TallTexan

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    it's a bevel-up block plane, mostly used for planing end grain.
    But I use it for everything i'd use a regular plane for just because I don't like bevel down planes too much
     
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  9. TallTexan

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    good,
    so your sort of a re-finisher so to speak?
    I have a desk that I was planing on re-finishing you know sanding, then sanding some more, but then I'd have to sand it, and of course i'd have to sand it after that, then some sanding, and more sanding and then I gave up!
    I hate sanding that's one reason I like this plane I'll show Y'all some pic's of the shavings I get out of it just in case Y'all aren't familiar with them but what they do is they take shavings off the wood instead of dust so a couple of passes with a plane and you've accomplished what you would have take an hour to accomplish sanding, with almost the same finish.:) happy days!
     
  10. HyperCube1

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    Ok
     
  11. cctvcctvcctv

    cctvcctvcctv Well-Known Member

    Wow, you guys are so good. All I do in terms of woodwork is assemble IKEA furniture occasionally : (
     
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  12. biker26

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    lol me too
    I once sanded something..... but that doesn't count :(
     
  13. CaptainJack13

    CaptainJack13 Well-Known Member Official Author

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    Here’s a pic of the ladder I stained and sanded
     
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  14. TallTexan

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    Looks good:thumbsup:
     
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  15. Phase

    Phase Well-Known Member Official Author

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    Something I made 10 years ago
     
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  16. CaptainJack13

    CaptainJack13 Well-Known Member Official Author

    You would have been 4 lol. That’s impressive. Also that’s a fine rifle. Even got a stand too
     
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  17. Phase

    Phase Well-Known Member Official Author

    Thx, everyone knew I was talented at a very young age
     
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