Slick218

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About Slick218

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  • Birthday 09/25/1985

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    Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  • Woodworking Interests
    Wood manufacturing Technician

    My goal is to become a journeyman cabinetmaker with red seal
    currently @ level 2
  1. Should have made inlays with that top. Then it would be stable. Because it's solid all the way through its only a matter of time, poor choice for something that nice. Ask that time and effort wasted
  2. Even after paint? This is for a closet and for built in's I would think that biscuits could be tricky to fit is say both ends are flush up against walls and couldn't fit it through the door. As this is about built in's in a closet there are rather different considerations than building a table. I find this kind of interesting, does this mean Schwarz's book on campaign furniture is a book on how to build crappy furniture? Well if it's in a closet there is an opportunity to hide most of them. That being said I'd still use dowels for alignment then join the pcs with pocket screws
  3. Maybe some machine bed dressing would be better than wax Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  4. Slick218

    Veneer Checking

    If the veneer is paper backed, it's ok to use contact cement-the water based stuff at least Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  5. If it's for the stop, why not use plywood? Don't have to impress anyone and you can work on removing tolerances,errors,etc. Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  6. Dovetails and side mounted slides? That's not right, Where is the undermount hardware? Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  7. Slick218

    Narex

    They are a solid brand. Had mine for two years now Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  8. Hole saw and drill from either side. The pilot bit will prevent the hole from being offset Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  9. Edge sander it's more versatile and does have a curved end to work on pieces with radii. Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  10. Nice setup Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  11. Solid wood banding is the only solution that will actually stand the test of time Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  12. Take a look into hiddenbed.ca they offer free standing units Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  13. By waxing do you mean wax or an aerosol machining spray Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk
  14. Put a 0.5mm champher on the top edge of each piece Sent from my SGH-I727R using Tapatalk