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Old 02-05-2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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I have been working on this place for going on 4 years, this summer.

It has had a new roof, new windows, new doors, new insulation, new hardie plank, new soffet and fascia, new seamless gutters, Tigerwood deck, new stamped front porch, new electrical service, refinished oak floors, new tile entry way, and probably some more stuff too.

I am making all new door jambs, hanging 6 panel oak doors, new base board and shoe, new window and door casings, crown moulding and I am opening a wall up slightly and making a new cased opening between the dining room and living room, some floor patching (moving a heat duct) and a cherry inlay/transition.

Plus I am trying to get ready for a 2 day video shoot.

No inside pictures yet, I will take some tomorrow.

I am trimming out a knee wall and some jazz like that.

I milled up some lumber after dinner and put these together. I started with RS Red Oak.




















The last three are just to show that the DC with the OF1400 is pretty good.
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:31 PM   #2
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I am extremely disappointed to see modern day thin metal light weight clamps.... No cast iron medieval stuff?

And that PLASTIC glue bottle...thought for sure you would have some sort of old cast iron version that needs a crane to move it around.........

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Thats some nice dust collection on that router!!


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Perhaps it would have been easier / more efficient to start this project with a bulldozer?
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Nice router btw! Too bad the G-men will confiscate it due to the pistol grip
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And that PLASTIC glue bottle...thought for sure you would have some sort of old cast iron version that needs a crane to move it around...
I was thinking glass with an eyedropper, but cast iron and made like the old oilers would be cool too.
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Perhaps it would have been easier / more efficient to start this project with a bulldozer?
It is a nice little house on a nice piece of property, it was just completely 1958 when he bought it for cheap (estate settlement). He just wants everything the way he wants it.

I have a dozen old oil cans. Not sure how glue would pump through one though.
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propbably pump thruogh fine till it dried on the end
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I was in and out of the house several times today, but forgot my camera.

Did take a few in the shop today. Tomorrow I have a video shoot, so not sure what I will get done.

















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Router table? Cauls?
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With all the heavy iron in your garage and you still bevel with that track saw? What are you going to do with all that iron?

Nice looking 45's by the way.
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With all the heavy iron in your garage and you still bevel with that track saw? What are you going to do with all that iron?

Nice looking 45's by the way.
I was trying something new, actually I was trying to get some time in with that saw, so I could be ready for what I am doing with it today.

It was also the first time I used domino's on a bevel/miter and gave me some confidence that my mitered tapered columns should turn out nice too.
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Router table? Cauls?
My router table is a piece of plywood with a board screwed to it.
My 1880's shaper is not quite up and running yet.

I tried some culls on one when I clamped it up and I could not see if my joint had pulled together tight.
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ou forgot to mention the Domino too :>D
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are you shooting a brownchickenbrowncow video?


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My router table is a piece of plywood with a board screwed to it.
My 1880's shaper is not quite up and running yet.

I tried some culls on one when I clamped it up and I could not see if my joint had pulled together tight.
Thanks, was just curious.
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Everything looks nice and clean.

Really tho, get some antique glue to go along with that iron.
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I think a glue pot and hide glue might be appropriate.
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Yeah, there is something in the works, you guys will just have to wait and see.

Being a movie star sure is tiring.

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