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Stick486

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  1. never mind... highlighting found it...
  2. where is the ''MORE'' button???
  3. Some FYI... Ch10 WOOD-BASED COMPOSITES AND PANEL PRODUCTS.pdf
  4. MDF... Low on strength: Particle board anything is quite weak compared to other kinds of engineered woods such as plywood. It is less dense and can easily get damaged while handling. It's important to note that their particle board anything just doesn't survive much of anything. Low life, low durability: Apart from being low on strength, particle boards are also prone to getting damaged because of moisture and humidity. This means that items made from MDF will not last very long. This is without doubt the major drawback... Experienced sources and even some shopkeepers
  5. real wood.. sand baby smooth.. wax... I don't do MDF anything for any reason...
  6. I'll try too, nose bleed or not...
  7. that had to be a misprint on the print...
  8. shoulda traded some candy for it...
  9. DOC!!!! they're not flaws... they are accents and character... stop being so OCD... get comfortable... you deserve it...
  10. I don't care what anybuddy else says.. I like them a lot... real lot!!!
  11. why 400??? It’s rarely beneficial to sand finer than #180 grit. The objective of sanding wood is to remove mill marks, which are caused by woodworking machines, and to remove other flaws such as dents and gouges that may have been introduced in handling. The most efficient method of doing this is to begin sanding with a coarse enough grit of sandpaper to cut through and remove the problems quickly, then sand out the coarse-grit scratches with finer and finer grits until you reach the smoothness you want... You want smoother? Sand progressively finer between coats to your happine
  12. almost let the day slip by w/o noticing it...
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