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Unread post #1041 by JojoD818 » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:51 am

Brader, would those types of wood be ok for a wooden mallet project? Kindly save me some scraps please if it is. Thanks
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Unread post #1042 by bigfoot » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:51 pm

Beech would be good for mallets, so is Ash (I believe he still has some).
Your cutting tools is only as good as your sharpening system.
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Unread post #1043 by timber715 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:08 am

Well the build came somewhat slow since I had to stop often as it needed time for glue to cure. Today the build end seems at hand as I was able to finish the Beech stands in matte black.
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Completed the Walnut stands but still needs sanding and waxing...
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and was even able to start milling and dimensioning new stock for two more harbeth stands...
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Unread post #1044 by timber715 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:24 am

Brought home all my handplane blades yesterday to sharpen and today I installed them...
nakakainis after all that sharpening all I get are thins shavings...
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:lolno: :lolno: :lolno:
I did start the joinery on the Harbeth compact 7 stands cutting and fitting each and everyone until it was satisfactory...
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I have to say, building this is a joy compared to the P3ESR stands, less complication and since it has bigger parts (and less too) everything is straightforward.
Oh and one more thing, this arrived in my shop today too...
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Unread post #1045 by Appleman » Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:10 pm

^_Nice vacuum Brad Timber, may i know how much the cost? TIA!
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Unread post #1046 by timber715 » Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:50 am

Appleman wrote:^_Nice vacuum Brad Timber, may i know how much the cost? TIA!

Di ko pa alam ang price...
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Unread post #1047 by timber715 » Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:56 am

Sanding, sanding and then sand some more...
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now how about a coat of BLO to pop the grain...
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a bit more sanding and another coat of blo and some time to cure before I apply some finish.
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To continue the other stand, I need a way to register the Domino to the glued up pieces. I thought about it and decided to make one on the cnc.
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It sure is very handy to have a tool that can make tools.
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All the mortices cut in the proper place, tomorrow I prepare some cross-members.
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Unread post #1048 by timber715 » Fri Sep 22, 2017 12:28 am

Getting the Compact 7 stands completed...
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I know this will be delivered as soon as it gets done, so I brought it home just to try it.
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and although these stands are not designed for an SHL5, I can tell you these sound great...
I would build one for myself once the dust settles, seems to be a must have for me.
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Unread post #1049 by Appleman » Fri Sep 22, 2017 12:34 am

^_Looking great Sir Timber..... :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Unread post #1050 by timber715 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 1:08 am

finished the c7 stands in matte black similar to the original.
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I was also able to sand the walnut stands for the p3esr se and apply two coats of wax. This one is a real beaut.
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and another stands for a p3esr se using beech in matte black similar to the original.
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these stand are not easy to make, it will test your skill, your patience and your tool's accuracy.
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