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  1. https://www.omnicalculator.com/construction Construction calculators but links to many more vocations
  2. I wanted a nice tripod as a gun rest and for occasional camerawork. I settled on the big heavy studio type they are better for cameras as they dampen vibrations and for a gun rest it'll be great because of the same thing - - mass. I won't be hiking anywhere with this thing. The wood is Maple I harvested on the property. The steel is a plate I got in the fleabay, some extra heavy steel gas pipe and various A-36 grade crud steel from Hillman I got at the BORG. The knobs are blanks from Carr Lane that I drilled and tapped. Ii is only mostly done. The angle head and g
  3. When you create a peice of furniture you sometimes use a back of 1/4" ply. Do you glue or nail it in place? Do you prefinish it and the rest of the peice so that you can spray the interior ? Do you fasten it in place to act as a squaring device then after the glue drys in the frame remove it for finishing later on? I am finishing up my daughters curio cabinet and think it should go this way. 1. cut to fit but do not install. 2. Fiinish the face and sides of the peices and spray if desired. 3. Finish the plywood back. 4. Install the back with Nails to a
  4. The last project I was planning for our home remodel was kitchen cabinets. That project was planned for next year - but has been bumped up to this year, and like now... So I will soon be embarking on a new project for me. I did build a kitchen island a couple years ago, and it came out pretty decent, but this will be new ground to plow. I know that some of you have built kitchen cabinets. Maybe more than one set even. If you were going to do a build today, what would you be sure to do, what would you do differently, what do you like best, and least about the cabinets you did?
  5. I was looking through my Menards weekly sales add and noticed that they have fiberglass rebar on sale. This is a new product for me. Have any of you seen this material used anywhere? The following description is from Menard’s website: Ditch the steel rebar for the next generation of concrete reinforcement! LiteBar is a glass fiber reinforcing bar that is built to be stronger, lighter, and rust free. LiteBar significantly reduces install time and cuts down on transportation expenses as it is 7 times lighter than steel rebar. LiteBar has a higher tensile strength and lower tensile modulu
  6. WANNA BUILD 12' LEAN TO ON A 2 CAR GARAGE WHERE OVERHEAD DOOR IS. BRICK GABLE UP OVER DOOR. 'IGHT, HOW CAN I MOUNT/ATTACH 16' 2X8 ONTO THE BRICK GABLE & NOT CREATE A ?DISASTERATE? CANNOT GIT TO INSIDE OF GABLE, IF IT CAN BE ATTACHED, WILL HAVE TO BE ON OUTSIDE. WHY 2X8, TO NAIL METAL ''RAFTER HOLDER'' THINGS TO/ON FOR ENDS OF 2X6 RAFTERS. RUINED GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP WITH THIS! SURE HOPE I GET SOME REALLY ?SENCIABLE? IDEAS. I'M STUMPED & SLEEPY. LATER & THANKS.
  7. I picked one up at the BORG when I was trying to figure out how to throw up a peaked roof on my shed build. I paid about $39 for the "Construction Master 5" It was handy. I could have done it using CAD or a trig formula book but I wanted to try it this way. But it has since migrated into the shop and I gotta say I really, really, really like the thing. I can convert back and forth from all systems of measurement CM MM Inch Decimal whatever. I think in Decimal and prefer inch standard but my tapes are all in fractions. And once in a while I'm dealing with me
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