Eric Brownlee

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    Just starting out. I have a "shop"(shed) with no power except a long extension cord from the house.

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  1. I’ve been having trouble with logging into the Tapatalk app and logging into the Wood talk online forum to be able to post and comment. I have to use a browser just to post this. It won’t let me log in or let me change passwords or send a recovery email for username/password. Any others been having issues?
  2. A buddy of mine is building a life edge dining table out of poplar. There is one part where the edge of a board isn’t square. So when the boards are joined toether, there will be a hole going down the the spline, exposing what’s supposed to be hidden. What’s yalls suggestion on using this part?
  3. What about an option of making a piece of trim to be nailed flush to the wall to hide the gap or unevenness of the cabinet to the wall?
  4. Correct me if I'm wrong, but you're wanting to cut the overhang on the face frame to be flush with the plywood end? I see oscillating cutters or dremels used a lot beltsamder is also a common go to if you're not worried about. Tuning into plywood ends for staining.
  5. I hope I'm not out of line here, but if you're in Los Angeles, check out Offerman Wood Shop. I'm from Alabama, and have no affiliation with them whatsoever. I've just read the books that the owner of the shop has written. I'm unsure of their abilities to help fellow woodworkers in these situations, but if they can't help, they definitely know who to send you to to help. The shop foreman knows of a few places in the area for fellow woodworkers to have a shop to use when they don't have access to them in the big city. Only reason I know this is simply because it was in the book haha.