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Stuart Mawle

U.K.
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Now been a carpenter & joiner for the past twenty years in the UK. I can give avice / help on carpentry & joinery, health & safety, woodworking machinery, power tools and suppliers.

thomas

U.S.
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I am a Business man and own a small company of Dewalt Nail Gun. So, I think I can help people about this as well as take help from other experts. I hope my journey in http://www.Allexperts.com will be very essential for me and my viewer. Thanks,

maura macaluso

U.S.
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I can answer almost all questions regarding woodcarving, chip carving, scroll sawing, carving tools and techniques and can answer most questions regarding wood. I am not an appraiser of carvings nor an antique dealer.

Greg Scholl

U.S.
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Questions on Woodworking, wood finishing and refinishing of all kinds, repairing furniture and wooden objects,Architectural details, Woodturning, carving, tool usage, product usage, some chemistry as it applies to woodworking and related interests,cabinet making and furniture construction/design, etc. I have experience with all manners of colorants, finishes, paints, stains, dyes, glazes, and coatings,wood species recognition,usage,etc.

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2016-12-28 Desk/Workbench:

Glad to try to help...Google "torsion box construction" and you'll get it.....I like to use Waterlox on my benches. It's a modified Tung oil finish that never chips, flakes.....and can be re-applied down

2016-12-24 Desk/Workbench:

Hey Walt...budget has something to do with the choice, but I like to make bench tops from good 3/4" Birch Plywood..a single layer, properly fastened down, with solid Maple edging is strong, two layers

2016-11-02 strengthening and hardening wood:

Hey Casey, sorry to hear about your injury...but soaking a piece of wood in Salt water and letting it dry will have no effect on a piece of wood's density or hardness.It's way more important to pick a

2016-10-31 Pickled oak cabinets that have been painted:

Hey Pam!...your thought process is correct, and I can not answer these questions for you until you see what you've got when you get the finish off. If they're Oak, and you can get the finish off completely

2016-10-25 nu-lustre 55 finish:

Sounds like reticulation....probably caused by the oil stain ...many of those epoxies do not play well with other people's stains...especially if it wasn't fully dry...even if it was it may not be compatible

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