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RJR

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About RJR

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  • First Name
    Roger
  • My Location
    Minnesota
  • Gender
    Male
  • My skill level is
    Intermediate

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  1. Plywood Drawer Joint

    I have used the 1/2" BB on many drawers. I used the PC dovetail jig and it worked out fine. RJR
  2. Dresser Valets

    I think I will do that I will go through some of my photos and pick out some RJR favorites
  3. Dresser Valets

    the wood is mahogany and backing is light canvas material from a fabric store, thanks for asking RJR
  4. Dresser Valets

    I did not know I was on Free For All. You certainly have my permission to put on Woodworking General Forum . Thank you RJR
  5. Dresser Valets

    These are dresser valets I made for family members. It was a plan out of WJ. It was enjoyable but a lot of intricate sizing of material. I used mahogany wood and stain and shellac finish.
  6. Woodworker II saw blade

    I have used them many times for WWII blades and some Freud blades and am very satisfied RJR
  7. Wife Died

    My prayers and condolences to you and family RJR
  8. The "Willow" Humidor

    WOW fantastic RJR
  9. Hexagon End Table

    hey guys thanks for all the complements RJR
  10. Hexagon End Table

    to STICK no I do not have a trimmer knife , wish i did, just use ww2 blade and an INCRA mitre guage and lots of small cuts
  11. Hexagon End Table

    Lew, I used the table saw for the large pcs. and mitre saw for edging. thanks for looking and comments RJR
  12. I made this end table without a plan . It had 50 separate pieces and 30 MT's The legs are 5 sided. This is the bottom of the top and lower shelf, legs and stretchers. The finish is one coat of shellac sealer and 2 coats of poly. I hope these pictures turn out. It is my first attempt of inserting photos They might be too big. RJR
  13. What to do with sawdust

    I take my sawdust to 0ur city compost site. It is open in the summer from May to mid Nov, I save winter sawdust until spring.
  14. Work gloves recommendation

    i found Mechanix high abrasion gloves that last me all summer of yard work and built a retaining wall, loading ,unloading 300 retaining wall blocks and building the wall they still were not warn out. They are not on the Mechanix website any longer but found them on Amazon
  15. What is in your shop

    I have satellite radio get a lot of music or talk channels

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