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post #1 of 8 Old 03-07-2009, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone!

I am new to the site and thought I would say hello to everyone. I love woodworking as a hobby and am a professional wood finisher for a living. I recently moved to eastern PA (Phoenixville) and haven't set up a shop at my house yet. Luckily I work at a shop that makes fine furniture so I at least have access to tools. I posted some pictures of some of the things I have been finishing lately. I am sure I'll be active in most of the forums...
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post #2 of 8 Old 03-07-2009, 07:10 PM
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Welcome Rick glad to have you aboard. Iam sure everyone will enjoy seeing some of your neat woodworking finishing project's. If you have any questions rest assure you'll get some kind of answer.
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rick...welcome to Pennsylvania and ww talk

nice stuff...where is pheonixville near?

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what are you useing? conversion varnish?
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oh and welcome haha...
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Phoenixville is in Chester county about 20 miles from Philly. Scribbles I have used CV and most other commercial finishes. I am currently using a 2k urethane made by Akzo Nobel.
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It looks great, what is the process for laying it? How susceptible is it to defect and what is the dry time? Was the table wet sanded and polished? Sorry finishing is my weakness. and seems to be your strength. lol…
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It was sprayed with a Kremlin 1014 (could also be sprayed with a conventional cup gun or pressure pot) The dry time is the same as CV and it is a stronger more durable finish than CV without the issue of shattering from excessive dry film thickness. It is extremely hazardous and should only be sprayed in a professional booth using an air supplied respirator. The round table was wet sanded and buffed, that picture was taken before the final buffing was done.
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