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luvdunhill last won the day on November 4 2023

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  1. luvdunhill

    Axpona 2024

    What about blutarsky? When is this thing
  2. Just for knowledge acquisition - water based stains go on before an oil finish but oil based stains can go on anytime (including between coats?) I need to grain fill a bit so my worry about adding a stain on first is that I blow through it as I am trying to fill in the pores with the oil finish. I would prefer something I can apply anytime hence the question about a tint in the oil finish.
  3. Thats correct. First photo is raw after the repair and second is one coat of the linseed finish. Think I need to go darker quicker without applying more finish coats..
  4. Hi all! I am repairing a piece of walnut that broke off and am in need of a stain to darken and color match. I am not sure what the best approach might be - tinting a linseed based oil finish or applying a water-based stain and then finishing with the above oil based finish. Any suggestions?
  5. I dunno, one time I saw you put the wood in the wrong direction. Just saying.
  6. Uh no. I see now. Sadly none at Woodcraft.
  7. I went team Head-Fi and found the cheapest thing that I am here to tell you is amazing. It seems to be good enough for my little project. I wish the holes lined up on the pad saver so dust extraction would be better though. Making a trailer storage solution for a sailboat using marine ply and epoxy.
  8. There isn’t a multi grit option in smaller quantities - ya gotta pay $70 a box.
  9. Went to an acquaintance who has like all the green tools and compared the ETS EC 150 to the regular one. Actually preferred the non EC and just picked it up in 3mm. Super annoying there isn’t a mesh/net disk assortment. Specifically having an issue with west system epoxy clogging up the regular paper backed disks and looking to try something new out.
  10. Very cool. Needs more scrolling though.
  11. Is there a way to define an area and have a pattern design filled in that area, or are these designs just made for these specific dimensions?
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