Larry Moore

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About Larry Moore

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  • Birthday 02/08/1949

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  1. How is the frame held together? Plywood will not hold fasteners as well as solid wood
  2. I use what ever I still on it
  3. I'm sure Blum has 24" but it depends on how you mount them as to size you can use. Mounted directly to the side you can use a longer slide than ones using that bracket in the back.
  4. The yard I buy from would and has taken lumber back when I opened it up and it had imperfections
  5. How many rows of cutters on the head? What is the spacing between the ripples?
  6. I see nothing wrong with using ply for the back. The drawers I would use maple or maybe poplar.
  7. Looks like another interesting build. I also like your new logo
  8. Are you sure the top is not plywood? There is a strip on the left that looks like edge banding, what does the edge look like in the center seam? A solid teak top that size would be pretty pricey
  9. I can see two issues here that have nothing to do with Festools durability. One is buyers remorse after purchase and those that buy use and return.
  10. I'm posting this question here incase anyone else can make use of the answer. Steve you have made mention on how you finish painted projects, I would like to know what filler you use after the first coat of paint. I've got a request for a special cabinet that is painted.
  11. I have two systems I use . 1 is the 3m pps conversion system that I pair with the smaller cups and an undersized air compressor for smaller jewelry boxes. 2 is an Apollo 3 stage hvlp system that I use for bigger table tops. The 3m conversion gun is great for clean up because the cups have a throw away liner and the paint is in the nozzle only. The 3m system is probably cheaper to get into than an hvlp turbine.,default,pd.html?ref=bingpla&zmam=31282435&zmas=47&zmac=748&zmap=thmn16580&msclkid=a8fb3975343a1c7d109a62f784357206&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=CPO Outlets - PLA - RLSA&utm_term=4581596235134554&utm_content=All Visitors - 30 Days
  12. The hinges more than likely came with them. Like Tom asked look for the maker and search for a supplier.