Here is a list of all the postings Joe O 3 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: My Friends|
I think it is a pity that those who put it there didn't see fit to post details of what it is for and how they intend it to be used.
|Thread: sash windows|
Welcome to the site. Idon't know about plans or downloads but here goes.If you look at the Mumford & Wood website (i have absolutely no connection to the company)
there is a page called "2004 Conservation Box Sash" which shows 2 cut away sections anatomy of a sash window. Alternatively there is a good blog by Andy Bell (sometime member of this site) entitled "DIY Sliding Sash Window" on http// slidingsash.blogspot.com Sorry i do not have a link to either.
Hope this is of some help.
Edited By Joe O 3 on 22/07/2011 01:17:31
|Thread: How to download the videos|
Welcome to the forum.
I would think that for copyright reasons you would not be able to download thease videos.
|Thread: tv problem|
When i clicked on it yesterday it started to play part 6.
It got to view it by clicking on part 7 in "Latest Articles" below it.
|Thread: Easter Greetings|
I would like to take this opportunity to wish a very happy Easter to all those involved in bringing us Good Woodworking, The Woodworker magazines and the staff and members this fine site.
|Thread: Fuseboard cabinet|
I agree with all the above comment.
|Thread: kens coffee table|
I totally agree with all the above comments above.
|Thread: wooden bandsaw|
Is this what you were refering tohttp://woodgears.ca/bandsaw/build.html
|Thread: Dodgy link|
Working for me anyway
|Thread: Magazine subscription|
Welcome to the forum Per.
You have not as yet filled in your profile so i do not know what part of the world you are in.
If you had a tape measure from the British isles you would not have a problem because our tape measures have imperial measurements along the top and millimeters along the bottom so you can see what a particular demention in inches equals in mm underneath.
Imperial measurements are now mostly only used in American publications.
As to magazine preference, I like both.
Edited By Joe O 3 on 23/01/2011 20:14:23
|Thread: Dodgy link|
I have the same problem. When you click on the cover or the link beside theDec/Feb issue of Practical Woodworking, (the 3rd cover, below The Woodworker and GoodWoodworking) you get told that you," are not an administrator"
Edited By Joe O 3 on 21/01/2011 17:21:25
|Thread: Bi fold doors|
I agree with Derek. Quality work as usual.
|Thread: Tabletop Lectern|
Welcome to the forum.
I would like to congratulate you on a fine piece of woodwork.
I like it very much and look forward to seeing more of your work
and i hope that you will stay with this forum and allow us to benefit from
(if this fine piece is anything to go by) your considerable expertise.
|Thread: cant open the box|
Apart from suggesting that you use the smaller viewing screen
i haven't any other ideas.
|Thread: Sycamore jewellery box|
Beautiful box Ian.
I think the yellow velvet suits the light colour of the box
rather than the usual green.
|Thread: Hand tool Fanatic|
A treasure trove of usefull information
and all in one place.
Well done Derek.
|Thread: Finishing pine staircase and spindles to prevent yellowing|
Welcome to the forum. Colour/stain i would leave to your personal choice.
(you have to live with it). Polyurethane be it gloss, mat or vinyl will yellow with age and sunlight. Clear acrylic is not supposed to go yellow and brushes or rollers can be washed in water. will work on floors and therefore stair threads.
Hope this is of some use.
|Thread: spindle threads|
Hi Marc and Dennis,
I had that problem yesterday evening but it is cured today
|Thread: Grain tear|
Beautiful piece of furniture!
Well done David
|Thread: expensive tools|
Firstly welcome to the forum. The tools you need will depend on the particular branch (pardon the pun) of woodworking you intend to follow. While i would agree with most of what Brian wrote, you could go for mid priced tools, build up skill and confidence and then graduate up. AVIID CHEAP TOOLS like the plague. Who ever coined the phrase " A bad workman blames his tools" didn't work in wood. It is easy to do a bad job with good or bad tools it is ALMOST impossible to do quality work with inferior/bad tools.
The members here will i am sure be only too willing to offer help and advice when asked.
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