Woodworking Talk banner
frame
1-8 of 8 Results
  1. Joinery
    I'm making an octogon frame for an antique mirror, so it is heavy. I'm considering just using splines but like challenging joints and would like to try something new. What would you use?
  2. Power Tools & Machinery
    I am so sad, just when I thought I had it all fixed up. The motor burned up. Jet JTAS 10-1 Model M-708510 (motor part number JTAS10-131 Does anyone know the NEMA frame number for the motor on this saw? The OEM motor from Jet is too expensive so I have been searching the internet for a less...
  3. Design & Plans
    Building a set of shelves (6' long, 2½' wide, 4' tall) and have pressure treated 4x4s as the legs with non-pressure treated 2x4's for the rest of the frame. I've scoured the net trying to find some decent ways to connect the 2x4's to the legs and can't seem to find any decent examples that will...
  4. Hand Tools
    I'm new at carpentry but would like to think I'm learning fairly quickly. My latest task for myself is figuring out the best way to connect the two ends of two 2x4s by simple butt joint at a 90 degree angle. This seems simple enough but my project calls for the 2x4s to have the 3 1/2" wide faces...
  5. Design & Plans
    I'm looking for a LITTLE help on how I can get around making a drawer for a bed that comes out and up like a lateral hinge drawer. I have made a schematic on Unity3D if anyone knows how to get it to work ( I sure can't)
  6. Project Showcase
    Below is a frame that I made for mother's day for the wife. We don't have any kids, but we've got a pretty spoiled border collie. The frame is out of maple with a tung oil finish (made at the same time as a recipe box, see thread). The bottom half is two paw prints in plaster of paris and the...
  7. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi I am not a carpenter, nor anything close to resembling one, but I have to construct my own outdoor aviary... Can anyone please help? Essentially I need plans for constructing a simple but very sturdy wooden frame, about 3m L x 2m H x 1.8m D, that a non-woodworker can follow. More...
  8. Joinery
    Here at Lethenty Mill, I have 45 windows, of which I have now restored 35. I only counted them the other day in desperation! These are old windows, many of them from before my time, and I have patched most of them before (about 20 years ago). Nobody seems to speak about this task now and in our...
1-8 of 8 Results
Top