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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    I am close to a decision to purchase the Grizzly G0771Z. My last concern is about weight, specifically how to move it down a short flight of stairs into my basement shop. The Grizzly web site shows the assembled weight at 286 lbs. Same site shows the shipping weight for the big box at 330 lbs...
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hello All. I'm making a tennis racquet from wood and carbon fiber. I ordered some specialty thickness 16th inch veneers, raw cut at full log length. I assumed the Douglas Fir was going to be 10 to 15% heavier based on listings from the Forest Products Laboratory for weights per square foot...
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    Hello All. I'm making a tennis racquet from wood and carbon fiber. I ordered some specialty thickness 16th inch veneers, raw cut at full log length. I assumed the Douglas Fir was going to be 10 to 15% heavier based on listings from the Forest Products Laboratory for weights per square foot, and...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    So I started a project, a simple box 16" x 24" x 12" made of 1/2" baltic birch with box joint assembling. The box weighs in the 14lbs range, which turns out is too heavy. So now I'm stuck redoing it lighter, so that leaves me with a few questions. Could I do it in 3/8" baltic birch? or is that...
  5. General Woodworking Discussion
    I have to glue down an L-shaped "bullnose" across a wide, wood-floored, concrete step tomorrow morning. I don't have a choice in the matter - it is already there, and the bullnose is partially pulled up. The bullnose was originally tacked down with small finish nails, but the nails could only...
  6. Design & Plans
    Hi all, I am very new and inexperience with wood. My mother would like a bookcase. I've made a tall thin one before, but my mother would like one to be three shelves high, and 5 or six feet long! I can use either 3/4 pine boards or 3/4 oak boards (more expensive! but it is my mother...
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