Woodenskye

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About Woodenskye

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  • Birthday 02/02/1977

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    : South River, NJ
  • Woodworking Interests
    All types of wood working. I like to make cabinets, furniture, boxes and milling lumber. I find chainsaw carving cool.

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  1. Nice work! Every time I hear the Ten Commandments I immediately think of the scene in History of the World by Mel Brooks.
  2. Nice work! What woods did you use in both of these?
  3. https://www.bellforestproducts.com/american-holly/lumber/ You could also use aspen as a contrast instead of holly.
  4. Find a glass shop and see if the have a 8"x4"x3/8" piece of plate glass.
  5. I will agree buying the best you can as the need arises, but the biggest thing is sharpening them and keeping them sharp. I bought a cheap set at HF, learned to sharpen them, and after buying better chisels they are now a beater set, but they are good for trying different methods of sharpening. Speaking of which, what is your plan for sharpening.
  6. Mel both have blue paint, a match made in heaven in your garage.
  7. This picture helps a lot. You mentioned the bottom is 7/8" thick, I would think a threaded insert in each corner 1/2-5/8" deep, would be fine. This would allow you to not see the fastener. Drill a hole in the top of each leg, epoxy in threaded rod and then thread into the inserts.
  8. David that's cool! So do you need to go in with a scalpel or something to clean out debris? How long did this take to cut?
  9. Nice work! Now if someone isn't social distancing instead of telling them you can cane them.
  10. Never been on a private jet, this puppy puts me too shame. I also don't think Tom charged enough for the puppy!
  11. I'm about 99% sure they should fit, I'm not sure what the E stands for.