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  1. The other option would be to re-saw the board...

    The other option would be to re-saw the board into shop made veneer and bookmatch it. Glue it to mdf or bb ply and then edge band it with maple (or even a contrasting wood).
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    Pretty sure I saw a joint like that on a table...

    Pretty sure I saw a joint like that on a table restoration video...just canít find the vid at the moment. As I recall, it was a round tenon with a dovetail cut into it. The round tenon fit into the...
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    I get the seam perfect, then veneer tape it...

    I get the seam perfect, then veneer tape it together. The veneer tape will shrink slightly when it dries pulling the seams together extra tight. Are you taping (veneer tape) the two pieces together...
  4. Bill, the ďditheringĒ paid off nicely. Great...

    Bill, the ďditheringĒ paid off nicely. Great looking shelf unit. Now that you have that under your belt, is there a nice stand for the speaker on your list?
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    Was just thinking about you hoping you were ok....

    Was just thinking about you hoping you were ok. Thanks for checking in and glad all is well.
  6. Iíve looked into makers spaces in my area and...

    Iíve looked into makers spaces in my area and after this Covid thing, may get more serious about it. The most promising one is located about 45 minutes away...not the most convenient, but not a deal...
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    Thanks Earl. Iíve had my eye on it for some time...

    Thanks Earl. Iíve had my eye on it for some time and just couldnít resist Fordís offer. I do look forward to using it.
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    Hello, Ford, Iíll take it. PM on the way.

    Hello, Ford, Iíll take it. PM on the way.
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    Looks great, Bill. I know what you mean on...

    Looks great, Bill. I know what you mean on taking more time to finish than build. Iím working on a pine table and I think Iím up to sample 15.
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    I’ve done a few chisels the Seller’s method, and...

    I’ve done a few chisels the Seller’s method, and frankly, it produces a very nice edge. Downside is you really can’t use the chisel bevel side up easily, if at all. It’s an easy way to freehand a...
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    Looking good, Prashun. Canít wait to see that...

    Looking good, Prashun. Canít wait to see that cherry when the finish goes on.
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    Thanks Rob. Appreciate the input!

    Thanks Rob. Appreciate the input!
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    Thanks Again, Jim. I actually look forward to...

    Thanks Again, Jim. I actually look forward to working through using a dye.
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    Thanks Jim. The floor looks great. Just out of...

    Thanks Jim. The floor looks great. Just out of curiosity, what color did you use for the floor? I still have a few cutoffs for sample boards and need to make a run to Woodcraft this week. Iím...
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    Oh, no no no am I going to let this innocent...

    Oh, no no no am I going to let this innocent little question take me down that JNAT rat hole :eek:. Oh sure, would love to have a bunch gifted to me to go into some zen sharpening session with the...
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    Thanks gents. I donít have spray equipment, so...

    Thanks gents. I donít have spray equipment, so itís all being done by hand. Iíve got a few more sample boards which were well sealed with Seal Coat and lightly wiped with gel stain. Iíll put a top...
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    Just lamenting on staining pine

    I took on a hall table project for a good friend. Making it out of old T&G knotty pine from his cabin. I did some samples in natural finishes and honestly, given where it is going, it needs to be...
  18. Great design and well made. I havenít built a...

    Great design and well made. I havenít built a double drawer table yet...but I think I may have to steal this design for a future project. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice looking box, Rob. Great job on the mitered...

    Nice looking box, Rob. Great job on the mitered fit. Funny, I recently made a spline jig for a couple of picture frames I was working on. It too, will get some good use.
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    If the cracks pull together tight with clamps,...

    If the cracks pull together tight with clamps, Iíd just fill them with glue and clamp them. Same for the broken off claw...if it fits back nicely, just glue and clamp.
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    Mike, Iím going to have to defer to Mark on this....

    Mike, Iím going to have to defer to Mark on this. The bowed front/back table I made did not have drawers in the bowed front. The curved parts I sawed became the front and back apron. I put drawers in...
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    Great write up, Ron. Thank you.

    Great write up, Ron. Thank you.
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    And if youíre not already doing so, angle the...

    And if youíre not already doing so, angle the plane when taking cuts...creates more of a slicing action.
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    Duh! I guess thatís why it has the name...

    Duh! I guess thatís why it has the name ďwhitewaterĒ. Sometimes things just donít click well in this old brain. Look forward to seeing the rest of the build.
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    Wow, missed this thread somehow. Beautiful...

    Wow, missed this thread somehow. Beautiful tables Bill. Very nicely done.

    I have a Stanley scraper as well. I think it’s a bit underrated. When tuned, it works wonders.
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