PlaneJoe

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About PlaneJoe

  • Birthday 10/08/1974

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Osler, Saskatchewan
  • Woodworking Interests
    furniture
  1. I use these two. The one on the left is a plastic carpet tape. On the right is the turners tape from lee valley. Both hold great when given firm pressure. And both leave a bit of residue if left too long, although the carpet tape seems to work better for reusable applications ( only a few).
  2. G'day Rosey! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. My approach would be: 1) rip the stock in line with one side of the holes, 2) using a dado set up similar for box joints, cut the notches, 3) clean up ridges left by the dado blades 4) glue up aligning grain as close as possible. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Job well done. Love the G & G style. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I'll echo the previous commenters.....Awesome first project!
  6. I have these exact stones and I think they work great. But I have never used oil stones so I could not give you a comparison.
  7. Hi guys, I've got white painted osb on the walls and ceiling. Love how bright it is but it doesn't have that "warm" feeling pine boards have.
  8. Thanks for the welcome guys, glad to be here!
  9. Hello everyone! I've been popping into the forum periodically and decided it was time to become an active member. My name is Joe and live in small town Osler, Saskatchewan. I've had an interest in woodworking since I was strong enough to swing a hammer. Lost touch with the craft after high school but was reintroduced to it by my father in-law. I worked out of his shop occasionally until I built my own nine years ago from ground up! That's my story!