swiftyfrommi

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  1. Yes it is, she even bought me a supermax drum sander for Christmas. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  2. So we finished the table up after 5 coats of gloss polyurethane and 1 coat of satin you can not find any of the cracks. Just waiting a week so I can apply some coats of wax to help protect it better. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  3. She actually helps me quite a bit. She has used every tool in the shop. She likes to turn pens. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  4. So my wife is working on staining it and I can't find where the cracks are. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  5. It was a scrap of wood leftover Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  6. So this is what the test piece came out like. They show up as darker streaks but if you didn't know where they are you would not notice them. Thanks for all the help guys. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  7. I have some Timber Mate water based wood filler I am going to try on some scrap. If not I will have to make a trip to Woodcraft tomorrow. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  8. That was what I was thinking. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  9. Do you think it would be best before or after staining. We plan on using General finish antique walnut gel stain Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk Thanks Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  10. They were there before. I don't think they will get any bigger. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  11. So I have built a dining room table for my wife. It is made from sassafras. My wife wants to stain it a very dark walnut color but I have a question. My top has some small cracks in the middle of the boards. What would be the best to fill them with. I was thinking of staining it first then filling with clear epoxy. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  12. So my wife wanted to try so I helped her with this little tray. Working with 1/4 inch material is a pain. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  13. So I had a piece of white oak leftover from another project so I made this for a Christmas gift The ibox is really easy to use after the first couple of tries. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  14. I am looking at those. I was looking at something for wider fingers. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  15. I have a question for anyone else who has an ibox. Do you prefer to use it on your table saw or the router table? I made these on the table saw but the dado blade leaves the little bat ears. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  16. Thanks. It was really was easy just took a lot of test cuts. I started cutting these less than a hour after the ups man dropped it off. Biggest thing is keeping your parts straight on where they go. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
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  18. So this is my first project with the ibox I received on Friday. The wife wanted a service tray so I used so reclaimed oak. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  19. I hate painting and the only reason I primed it was so I could make sure there wasn't any gaps that I missed Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  20. I just made it for someone else. I think they are going to paint it black and gold. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  21. All primed and back together. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  22. It is only 1/8 th inch so I just went slowly and actually wasn't to hard. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  23. I am actually making it for someone else after I get it primed they are going to finish painting it but I will tell them your idea. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  24. Actually I used a bunch of t-nuts and threaded inserts so it can be taken apart to move around. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk
  25. Made from MDF and pvc pipe. Sent from my SM-N910P using Tapatalk