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Posted By gec5741

Building a bar?

I'm in the process of finishing my basement and I'm about to get going on the electric soon. I'd like to start on the basic framing of the bar before hand. My plan for framing the bar was to use...
09-13-12, 10:03 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Amana "The big oven 5.14 capacity wont heat

Hello.

I have an Amana self cleaning oven. It is "The big oven" with a 5.14 capacity.
Then burners light fine. The broiler glow igniter glows and ignigts the gas just fine. I took off the...
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Posted By gec5741

Thank you for the reply! 12345

Thank you for the reply!

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Posted By gec5741

Building a triangle

Hi guy's. I have what I hope is a fairly simple question. I want to construct something out of wood in the shape of a triangle and I'm not sure what to make the angle cuts. I'm not home and wont...
04-05-11, 11:25 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Hey I thought I was reading my post when I read...

Hey I thought I was reading my post when I read yours. Maybe look at my thread to see if it's close to what your looking at.
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04-05-11, 10:15 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Looks like it comes with furing stips of wood...

Looks like it comes with furing stips of wood that connect the sheets together. This seems like a good way for me to secure it to the wall along with glue. I can screw the fur stips down. Then...
04-05-11, 09:27 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Great thank you again for your advice. I'll look...

Great thank you again for your advice. I'll look for some information on it. Seems fairly straight forward.
04-05-11, 07:30 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Thank you very much for your advice. So this...

Thank you very much for your advice. So this rigid foam is that something I can get at Menards or Home Depot? This I take it comes in sheets and the foam it self will be the insulation? I'm...
04-05-11, 06:32 AM
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Posted By gec5741

I took a photo so you can see better. I measured...

I took a photo so you can see better. I measured the stair with and looks like it's about 37" from wall to concrete. So in order to keep a 36" width I would only be able to go in an inch. Add in...
04-04-11, 01:44 PM
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Posted By gec5741

Well I did that wall early on and didn't realize...

Well I did that wall early on and didn't realize the correct way until it was to late. I did the rest of them all the way up to the floor joists but felt that it was strong enough the way it was and...
04-04-11, 10:12 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Update. Thanks to all. I ended up ripping my...

Update. Thanks to all. I ended up ripping my boards for the outside corners and I think they came out great. It may not be needed but I feel better about them being more firm.
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04-04-11, 07:56 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Framing out basement stairway wall.

I'm just about finished with the majority of my framing in my basement. But i'm not sure how to handle the stairway leading down to the basement. As your going down the stiars the wall to the left...
03-07-11, 12:19 PM
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Posted By gec5741

Thank you! So simple when you can see it.

Thank you! So simple when you can see it.
03-07-11, 10:07 AM
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Posted By gec5741

framing a 45 degree angle.

Hello,

I am framing out my basement and have a few areas that will have a wierd angle to them. I'm not sure exactly how to go about doing this.

ONe area that will require this is one of the...
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Posted By gec5741

Yea I just read that too. I'm going to check...

Yea I just read that too. I'm going to check that tonight when I get home. Thanks for your time. Looks like if that's not the case then maybe the belt came loose. Either way I'm sure it's...
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Posted By gec5741

New Brute snowblower issue.

I just got a new snowblower. Model 1695575.

I got it out of the crate and assembled what needed to be assembled. At least I think I did. I fired it up for the first time and it started right...
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Posted By gec5741

I took your suggestion and put up a did it myself...

I took your suggestion and put up a did it myself page :)

http://www.doityourself.com/did-it-myself/3-piece-office-desk
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Posted By gec5741

Thanks! I am very proud of how it turned out. ...

Thanks! I am very proud of how it turned out. Everyone was like "why the heck is it taking you so long?" Heheh between a wife and 20 month old boy doing this project for the last month and a half...
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Posted By gec5741

Ok I think I fixed the links. Let me know if you...

Ok I think I fixed the links. Let me know if you still have trouble opening.


http://www.wazzup.info/images/desk/desk1.jpg
http://www.wazzup.info/images/desk/desk2.jpg...
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Posted By gec5741

OK it's been a while but I finally finished. ...

OK it's been a while but I finally finished. Well for now im finished. I want to build some cabinets for the wall and such but im going to wait for summer to take on that project. This was my...
12-12-07, 01:00 PM
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Posted By gec5741

I think im leaning more towards a walnut color of...

I think im leaning more towards a walnut color of sorts. I've gone to winwax's site and did some reading. I'll talk to the people at the store as well when I buy something. I'll have to spend a...
12-12-07, 10:19 AM
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Posted By gec5741

So when you sand between coats of finish do you...

So when you sand between coats of finish do you just sand by hand im assuming?

As for the color I guess im going to try out the darker on some scrap first. I really did want to go darker to...
12-11-07, 11:53 AM
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Posted By gec5741

Built my office desk now I need to finish...

This is my first real project with wood working. I've never built any furniture before. I think my project has come together rather nicely. Now it's time to stain and finish it. I could use some...
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Posted By gec5741

Any good software for designing?

Can anyone recommend a good program for designing cabnets, drawers, furniture ect? Preferably free but if there is a great one that is not free I'd like to know too.

I've gotten a few designs...
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Posted By gec5741

Just catching up since my last posts. And im...

Just catching up since my last posts. And im happy to report that I've finally gotten started on my desk! I should have it completed in a week or so and I'll be posting pics!

I think it's...
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