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  1. Thank you, I cut the DT's then stained.
  2. You guys rock, thanks for the options I'll get into it in the morning and see how things come out. Thanks again!!!!!
  3. Hey all, I'm wondering if those of you who might do this type of work more frequently than I would approach this type of repair. The chairs belong to a friend and they were told that they came across the plains in a wagon, who knows but I'd like to do the best job I can for them. Please don't judge my shop, its what I've got. Thanks so much for any thoughts and ideas.
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    Spalted Tamarind

    Yes, it is CA finished.
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    My attempts

    Me trying to make something that is useful
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    Well, lets say I got what I paid for. It's Home -----'s cabinet grade ply, I knew better and got stung by it. Just trying to save some. Never again!!!
  7. I have that same splitter, and mine also will move some left to right. As long as it doesn't allow material to move back over the blade it is working correctly.
  8. Thank you, I went back and forth with that and went with the half tooth for these I think though if I were to do them again I might go the other way and use the full tooth. Thanks for the comments, I'm always learning with this hobby.
  9. Yes, I used a french cleat for them and to just make sure they stayed put I put three long screws in pocket holes into the studs, I made all the mouldings with different combinations of bits on my router tables I used General finishes version of antiche white milk paint and then high performance top coat and then used their VanDyke Brown glaze rubbed it out and then applied another coat of high performance to seal it.
  10. here is a close up of the moluldings as I'm rubbing them out.
  11. Here is a close up of the moluldings. These two shelves are the first part of our new kitchen rebuild, I hope I can get the rest done in a timely manner.