Used my @makitatools router + some chisel work today to notch out the top part of the table legs so that the apron can fit in nicely. Hopefully can finish routing the mortise for the second breadboard end, cut the aprons and have each part glued up by the end of next weekend. Then paint and stain. (For what ever reason the depth of the dado on the second from the left leg are much more shallow than the others, will have to fix that or the math on my apron cuts will be a pain and I could end up with a rhombus instead of a rectangle) What product should I use to finish the top? The bottom section will be some shade of white.
We've waited for it, I tried it, I won't deny it. This saw is a beast. My biggest gripe and what's making me pass on buying it is the cut depth. 2 7/16" isn't enough when it's direct competitor cuts 2 9/16". There's no denying the absolute power of this saw, so if you're already on the @dewalttough platform and do any form of framing or carpentry. It's a no brainer, get this saw! Available at @mississaugahardwarecentre @makitacombokit I'm still teal don't worry 😃
We installed this cool barn door yesterday for a client of ours turned out great. If you are interested in getting a barn door installed in your home please email, text or comment and we’ll get back to you ASAP.
O modelo DHP481RTE é o mais forte da categoria Furadeira/Parafusadeira Makita. ▪ Torque: 125 N.m Junta Rígida e 60 N.m Junta Flexível. Reserve a sua: www.colar.com
Bought the ridgid hammer drill a few days ago for this kitchen job and man it let me down. I returned it shortly after and got this Makita sds rotary hammer drill and wow. It's like a night and day difference. Drills holes into concrete like it's nothing #makita#makitatools#perfectlyparallel#kitchen#custom#concrete
Soo I found this non working corded drill, not a good brand nor anything special so without putting any money into it figured to see if I could get it working and maybe I'll use it sometime. The problems it had was a badly perished cord, I do have a replacent but I'd rather save and use that in one of my better branded tools, I neatly taped it up furthermore inside the brushes were shattered, I'd expect from a drop of some kind. I just smoothed down the edges on the largest chunks of carbon brushes put them in greased her up (soon going to oil the chuck, its smooth but not as smooth as I like) and tried her it ran strong again probably for the first time in a long time! It'll maybe be good for wire brushing parts I'll get a good use out of it.