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About ..Kev

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    : Kalispell, MT
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    Whatever needs built

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  1. ..Kev

    Jewelry box build

    Really looking good!
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    Blum Installation

    Definitely not fancy! Just tossed together really but, it served it's purpose.. Thanks
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    Blum Installation

    I know when I first installed my first set of Blum under mount glides, I had a bunch of questions and am grateful for those that were willing to answer them. I'm also sure there will be someone else in the same spot so, shot this quick video to maybe take a little of the mystery out of installing these glides.. Hope it helps!
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    Morris Chair

    That turned out awesome! Much to be proud of for sure!
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    Been there, done that, got the T-shirt!
  6. Simply WOW! Super nice work!
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    Arts and Craft Sideboard

    I'd suggest parchment paper rather than wax paper.. But, great idea!
  8. ..Kev

    ADVICE PLEASE - Starting Hand Tool Woodworking

    Hard to go wrong with either manufacturer, they're both good. I have the LN stuff and have been super happy with them. Agree with the jack plane to get going.
  9. ..Kev

    Arts and Craft Sideboard

    Very methodical! Nice!
  10. ..Kev

    Bed to Match!

    Is that a qualifier for an offer?
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    Bed to Match!

    Well, we have guests in the spare room the last several days and they said the bed was great. Maybe they were just being nice but, they said they really appreciated the angled head board to catch a little TV at night before going to sleep. I'm sure I'll be in enough trouble at some point to get the opportunity to test it out
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    The French Cleat

    I'm like you in that I don't move things often either and not a huge fan of the French cleat but, some do and may not want the extra holes in the wall. It's certainly not for everyone but, there are some out there that love it. To each their own.
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    The French Cleat

    One benefit would be the ability to quickly move things. Now, if you know where things are going to stay long term then, I would prefer to build and mount them rather than have the cleat system.
  14. ..Kev

    Finishing a redwood table

    Nope.. Fill and sand. Just don't get too messy with the epoxy. Once it's filled, you should be able to sand everything back so that the only seen epoxy is in the crack where you want it. There's lots of YT videos out there on filling knots. Marc and Cremona have both done them as well as myself and many others. Do a YT search on "stabilizing knots" and it should yield you lots of videos.
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    Finishing a redwood table

    Just fill the crack.. Being in the middle of the knot, it's tough to say long term if those cracks will grow even with epoxy. However, doing the entire slab in epoxy isn't going to prevent that either. Follow Coop's advise and dam up (blue painters tape) the underside (if it goes all the way through) and fill with epoxy.