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14 comments:

  1. Steve: Liked your bandsaw box and want to build it real soon for a Christmas present. Do you have any instructions that I could follow to make the box? For instance how many boards? Finishing tech and such. Thanks Bruce

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    1. Hi Bruce - Check out my bandsaw box video for steps. Five 3/4" thick boards would make the average size box. You can also use two pieces of 2x lumber with a thinner contrasting color board between them for a stripe effect.

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  2. You like fun easy projects: have you made a guitar hanger for the wall? There is not many plans out there. Jon Peters has a nice you tube video on the subject, I was wondering what your take would be.
    Eric

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  3. Hey Steve, I fixing to start on the base project. Were you using a 3/16 4 TPI blade?

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    1. Hi Jeremy - I use a 1/4" 4tpi skip or hook tooth blade. 3/16" would work too. The low tpi helps it make thicker cuts more easily.

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  4. Where can I get the different color flock to finish the inside of my boxes?

    Thanks

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    1. Hi John - Search for flocking at ptreeusa.com, woodcraft.com, rockler.com, and amazon.com. All of them have it. Get the same color adhesive and flocking.

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  7. Steve, I watched your hat silk screening video several times and was looking for the platen plans that you mentioned. Unfortunately, I did not find them here. Am I doing something wrong?
    Bpb

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    1. Hi Bob - The info for the platen is in this article that was linked in the video description. Thanks for watching! http://www.thecarmichaelworkshop.com/2014/09/screen-printing-hats-and-caps.html

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  8. Hello Steve - I just ordered your plans for the scroll saw. I also wanted to complement you on that EVH 5150 paint job on your roll away tool box, really cool.

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    1. Hi - Thanks for ordering the plans! Hope you like the stand. The tool box was my dad's and it was in poor shape, so I knew I couldn't get a factory finish on it. I thought the dents and scratches would go well with the EVH treatment.

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