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03-03-17, 11:47 AM
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Table breadboard/endcap design

I hear pinned mortise and tennon is the best way of attaching breadboard ends to tables mostly because of wood movement in the different grain orientations (~8% tangenatal ~0% longitudinal)

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02-28-17, 07:49 AM
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Posted By dkm0038

Thanks market, I can grout but I can just imagine...

Thanks market, I can grout but I can just imagine how hard it would be to grout the irregular surface and to clean up, was wondering if there was a simple transparent 'paint-on' sealer that fills gaps
02-28-17, 07:46 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 723
Posted By dkm0038

What would you recommend to seal gap? I imagine...

What would you recommend to seal gap? I imagine caulking would be difficult with the irregular tile surface. It's an accent wall in a walk in shower
02-27-17, 08:46 PM
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Posted By dkm0038

stone tile sealer

i have some of that irregular stone-like tile wall that will be exposed to water. there are slight gaps between the tile (big enough to slide a paper through, but not much bigger) that i'd like to...
12-26-16, 09:46 PM
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Posted By dkm0038

thanks pcboss, what is an approved junciton box?...

thanks pcboss, what is an approved junciton box? i see a lot of types at big box stores...plastic/metal/etc
12-26-16, 08:59 PM
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Posted By dkm0038

electrical connection in interior wall

i am wiring a new light fixture and need to extend a wire in an interior wall by connecting to a new wire, what is the correct method?

>is a twist wire connector w/ electrical tape sufficaent?
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11-10-16, 09:17 PM
Replies: 3
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Posted By dkm0038

yes your right floating shelves, they are planned...

yes your right floating shelves, they are planned to be spaced out 17" i would not expect splitting at that distance. Thanks
11-10-16, 08:09 PM
Replies: 3
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Posted By dkm0038

Concern for weakening 2x4 wall support

I am working on a project that attaches shelving to the 2x4 studs in a wall. currently the plan is to drill 4x 3/8" holes 2.5" deep into 3 sequential studs (so 12 holes in 3 studs) its a short wall...
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