Joshua Luther

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About Joshua Luther

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  • Birthday 09/11/1977

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    Male
  • Location
    Ypsilanti, MI
  • Woodworking Interests
    Using limited tools and materials to complete projects for my home. Also, trying to share as much as I can through Social Media such as Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube.

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  1. This should make it a nightmare for people going to the woodworking shows there this weekend. Sent from my VS988 using Tapatalk
  2. I absolutely love my chiropractor. I've been going to him for almost 20 years off and on. It's usually when I'm in pain that I decide to go. He never makes me feel guilty for not coming in more often. When I was going on a regular basis I definitely had more range of motion in my back and neck. My chiropractor is awesome that he doesn't ever push any supplements or oils. My wife, on the other hand, went to one who constantly told her that she needed to buy all of these supplements and come back in several times a week. Sometimes every other day. She quickly saw through his lies and scams. But
  3. I agree. I live in Michigan and don't mind it at all if it's cold in my shop. I can always add a small space heater, which is what I did, and it does enough to keep the chill off. If it's 90 degrees outside, I don't enjoy working in the shop and don't have a way to cool it down other than fans. Sent from my VS986 using Tapatalk
  4. Here is a link to John Heisz' video. https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=tvhSlByDMjQ Sent from my VS986 using Tapatalk
  5. I made my own Table saw fence for my craftsman contractor saw. I made entirely it entirely out of wood. It locks down and stays where I put it. I first started by finding the dimensions of a biesemeyer fence and went from there. I made a video showing an overview of it on my YouTube channel, Luther ToolWorks. Here is the link to the video. I've been using it for a couple of years now. I used a vertical bed post as the main fence and other scrap wood I had in the shop to make the rest. People who have watched my video have asked for plans and a build video
  6. You probably have sawdust caked onto the threads of the tilt shaft. Sent from my VS986 using Tapatalk
  7. I'm not planning on doing an inlay nor round ears which is why I made a template of a Mickey coaster that I already have. I agree it would look silly with round ears. I will make a template then use a pattern bit or flush trim bit on the actual piece.
  8. The west system is too pricy for me.
  9. So the epoxy doesn't separate from the wood?
  10. I'm also looking at this epoxy system. http://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/310367197632
  11. I'm wondering if this stuff will work. TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy (Pint) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0141F71II/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_btzywbGXCYY42
  12. Where would I get an automotive pearl?
  13. I agree with both these thoughts. Much quicker and it would be reversible where you could use both sides. Also would look cool with a black dye. A dyed epoxy would probably hide any air bubbles too. Any suggestions for a brand and type of epoxy? One that I could pick up in a store and not have to wait for it to be shipped to me?
  14. I've also been thinking of using epoxy for the Mickey head.
  15. I'm planning on making a set of Mickey coasters for a good friend of mine who lost his wife unexpectedly last month. She was a huge Disney and Mickey Mouse fan. The idea will be to take this design and make them out of wood. Minus the myriad number of circles on these. I have a set of these exact coasters to go off of. Last night I took a piece of paper and did a crayon rubbing of the top of it so I can transfer it to wood. My idea is to use forstner bits for the Mickey head and glue a contrasting color of wood there. The Mickey will either be a complete insert or an inlay. Probably will