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. I looked and most of the alternative browsers require higher versions than what I’m able to upgrade to. Since this isn’t an app, find it hard to believe that the only thing you aren’t able to do is write anything.
  2. So I am having an issue being able to reply to topics from an iPad after this new update. I do most of my forum visits off an iPad running IOS 9.3.4, and since it is almost 13 years old they stopped doing updates for it. I wonder if after the update there are restrictions on what operating systems can be used. I find it weird that the only thing I can't do is write a reply, if it was a minimum OS requirement I would think that it wouldn't load or would look completely different. From my laptop, where I am typing this it is working fine, it also has the same look as my iPad. I have attached
  3. Chet, both boxes look fantastic, I really like the sapele lids.
  4. Bmac at this rate it will be sea worthy by tomorrow night! Really cool project and nice work so far.
  5. I like the overall look of the first chair. As for the back angle maybe a prototype out of 2x material, that way the Boss can tell you what's most comfortable.
  6. Nice work! Every time I hear the Ten Commandments I immediately think of the scene in History of the World by Mel Brooks.
  7. Nice work! What woods did you use in both of these?
  8. https://www.bellforestproducts.com/american-holly/lumber/ You could also use aspen as a contrast instead of holly.
  9. Find a glass shop and see if the have a 8"x4"x3/8" piece of plate glass.
  10. 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.
  11. Mel both have blue paint, a match made in heaven in your garage.
  12. 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.