Learn how to make custom sanding blocks to fit a variety of moldings; details include working with and shaping foam insulation.
Learn how to make a scarf joint; details include using this special joint for making repairs to furniture or trim.
by Ron Hazelton on November 22, 2014 in News
by Ron Hazelton on October 28, 2014 in News
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Ron where can I get that miter guage? It can save alot of cut and recuts. Can I get it at one of the home improvement stores.
These Starrett Miter Gages are simply fantastic. I purchased both sizes a couple of years ago. I have an old house where I have been replacing a lot of the old moldings. This device has been a Godsend. Slap it up around an outside or inside corner, read the measurement setting on you Miter Saw and saw away....simple and perfect. I don't tell everyone how I get such perfect miters I just let them admire them. Spend the bucks on these and you will never regret it.
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hey ron your the man i'v learned a lot from you merry christmas were can i get that niffty tool?
I could have used this tool on a 100 jobs and save lot of time, and not to say the money would have been better.
Why won't the videos play for me? I am really interested.
Looks like a great product!Also... hope those two caterpillars on that guy's forehead turn into beautiful butterflies!
I just looked it up. It's the Sterrett 505A-12 and the 505A-7 Pro Site Protractor.
It would be nice to know the model number of the "tool"
I wish I knew about this guage 6 months ago when I made my first attempt at putting up wainscot with the top and bottom rails.
This is a commercial. Wouldn't hurt to explain how to do it the old fashioned way.