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Question Hitachi table saws

Don't know if this is the right forum, but I'll ask anyway. I'm in the market for a table saw and a friend has recommended the Hitachi. Anyone have any experience with one??

Thanks for any...
01-03-07, 11:24 PM
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Posted By Bob Hut

Question Varnish vs Shelac

Part of the top of a desk was stained, but I was able to get the stain out by light sanding. I originally thought that I would have to restain the whole top, but after sanding the whole top the...
03-06-06, 07:25 AM
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Posted By Bob Hut

metal corners

I need help attaching the metal corners. I have read that you attach them with nails, and I've also heard that you apply the mud first, push the metal strips on and then finish mudding. My corners...
03-01-06, 12:17 AM
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Posted By Bob Hut

How many coats?

I have learned on this forum that 3 coats of mud is sufficent when floating sheetrock. My question is, does the tapeing process count as one coat, or is it 3 coats AFTER the tape has been applied...
02-10-06, 06:37 PM
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Posted By Bob Hut

still seeing tape

I think I'll go over it again with my 12" knife. Everything looks and feels good, but the paper tape is showing leading me to believe the mud is not thick enough. Any thoughts on this?

Thanks,
02-10-06, 12:14 PM
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Posted By Bob Hut

still seeing tape

Was wondering if I'm still suppose to see the tape after 3 coats of mud.

Thanks!
02-08-06, 09:52 AM
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Posted By Bob Hut

Coops28, Could you explain that please. I though...

Coops28, Could you explain that please. I though I had to continue to cover the seams, by applying 3 or 4 layers of mud, and sanding between coats..
Thanks to all for your replys.

Bob Hut
02-07-06, 08:12 PM
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Posted By Bob Hut

My first mud job

Help! I am using the sticky tape with holes in it. I applied enough mud to insure the tape was covered, and then after it dried went over it with a 6" knife. Next I used a 10" knife, but now I am...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Hi Bob F. I see what you're saying, but, No. ...

Hi Bob F. I see what you're saying, but, No. I'm running away from the house, under the driveway, and another 70 feet. I have faucets all around the house. I'm running back to the garden, and to...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Thanks guys! I had heard of this being done a...

Thanks guys! I had heard of this being done a long time ago, but never really talked with anyone who did it. I will be in Home Depot tomorrow morning getting the things I need!

Thanks for...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Don't know who else to ask?? (Installing pipe under driveway)

Any ideas on how to run a PVC pipe under a driveway in order to install a faucet on the other side. I'm just tired of draging hoses. It is too far to go around, so I really need to get that water...
03-01-05, 07:55 AM
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Posted By Bob Hut

worm bin

Thanks Dane. That's a very informative forum, and has answered most of my questions. I am curious though, about your "wife loving her worms". Does she use them for the garden, or does she just...
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Posted By Bob Hut

PVC air line

WOW! This has been so informative! Thank you guys so much! pvc is out!
I'm going with the "heavy" galvanized pipe. A little more expensive, but much,
much safer

Thanks again for all your...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Thanks guys for your input. I think I agree with...

Thanks guys for your input. I think I agree with sgtgerryf about the PVC. I've seen this used before, and the price is right so I'm going to go with that.

Thanks again, :)
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Posted By Bob Hut

running air lines from compressor

Don't know if this is the right forum to ask this on, but thought I'd ask anyway.
Originally I was going to run lines from my compressor to the other side of my workshop and use PVC. However, I...
02-21-05, 03:57 PM
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Posted By Bob Hut

pvc water line

Thanks Mike. We don't have to worry about a freeze here in South La., and I will plan on using the 1" instead of 3/4". Do you have any idea how much pressure I'll lose by running that distance? ...
02-20-05, 10:22 PM
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Posted By Bob Hut

running pvc water lines

I want to run a water line from a faucet on the back of my house to the other side of my yard. Because of driveway I'll need to run the pvc from the house to the back of the garage (approx 75ft) and...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Thanks guys!

I appreciate your input! Chris, is "Bar Top Epoxy" the same as the "Polymere" that pgtek mentioned??
Tow Guy, I really had not considered "Formica". That is an excellant idea.
I think it will...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Large electric wire spool??

I have one of those spools that cable comes on, and was wondering how to to finish the top so as to be able to use as a work center. (5ft dia. 38in high)
I remember seeing one where the top was...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Herm, total distance is 17 1/2". 18" slide is to...

Herm, total distance is 17 1/2". 18" slide is to long, 16" to short. I think what I'm going to have to do is use the 16" guide and make up the difference with with a board mounted on the back of...
02-14-05, 12:26 PM
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Posted By Bob Hut

worm bin?

Can anyone give me details about a worm bin, as far as maintaining one, size, etc. etc.

Thanks,

Bob Hut :)
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Posted By Bob Hut

Thanks Xsleeper, Dave and Herm. Another question

I found a source for 1/2" drawer stock, but now I'm having a problem with the "guides". My cabinet is 8ft long with 4 drawer openings. I need the type of guides that go "under" the drawer since...
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Posted By Bob Hut

Question drawer stock

I am putting a few drawers in a cabinet and was wondering if 1/2" MDF would be suitable to make the dwawers out of. I know I can use regular 3/4" hardwood, but don't want anything that thick, and I...
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Posted By Bob Hut

washing out under slab

Last year I had a slab layed for my garage with a 4 foot overhang on one side. I have suficient concrete under the garage, however dirt is starting to wash out from under the walkway. This part of...
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Posted By Bob Hut

the brick look with sponge

I saw a thread a few weeks ago about painting a brick pattern on concrete using a sponge and what ever color of paint you want your brick to be. Does
anyone know how this process went???

Thanks,...
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