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  1. American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) Affected by Disease But Still Very Popular / Rockler How-to

    American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) Affected by Disease But Still Very Popular / Rockler How-to

    …one percent of the nation's total hardwood lumber output, but it made up a full 25 percent of lumber sales for the Appalachian region. When cut, the stump would sprout new stems that grew so fast they would quickly overtop red oak, white oak and hickory, reducing the other species to poorly formed…

  2. How to Keep Bark on Your Wood Projects with Glue, Shellac and Wood Choice / Rockler How-to

    How to Keep Bark on Your Wood Projects with Glue, Shellac and Wood Choice / Rockler How-to

    …you're working with it, try a bark friendly type like walnut or hickory wood. A: Keeping the bark on chunks of wood, in my experience, is a hit-and-miss business. Some species are reputed to shed their bark regardless of treatment (hickory is one with a bad reputation in this regard), while others…

  3. Cherry Lumber | An Exotic American Hardwood or a Second Rate Wood Species? / Rockler How-to

    Cherry Lumber | An Exotic American Hardwood or a Second Rate Wood Species? / Rockler How-to

    How-To / * Cherry Lumber | An Exotic American Hardwood or a Second Rate Wood Species? Cherry Lumber | An Exotic American Hardwood or a Second Rate Wood Species? posted on February 1, 2009 by Rob Johnstone As American as 1776, black cherry lumber is one of our most coveted furniture-grade hardwoods.…

  4. Coping Rails - a Few Tips / Rockler How-to

    Coping Rails - a Few Tips / Rockler How-to

    …26, 2007 at 4:38 pm I am getting ready to make kitchen cabs<br />using knotty hickory thought that my usual cope and stick carbide blades might not hold up to the long haul<br />also on hickory other than taking 1/64th<br />deep cuts is there anouther way to keep <br…

  5. Log Furniture - Modern Tools Make the Hard Part Easy / Rockler How-to

    Log Furniture - Modern Tools Make the Hard Part Easy / Rockler How-to

    …Part Easy Log Furniture - Modern Tools Make the Hard Part Easy posted on July 11, 2008 by Rockler "Max in Peggy's Chair"Submitted by Clay, from Hickory Flat, MS with his review of the Rockler Log Tenon Maker. As Scott Sullivan of Lumberjack Tools is fond of saying, building rustic log furniture is…

  6. How to Make a Jam Chuck Hamburger Patty Press / Rockler How-to

    How to Make a Jam Chuck Hamburger Patty Press / Rockler How-to

    …sorry. Some people have extreme allergies to nuts. These allergies can actually be life-threatening. Although unlikely, nut woods like walnut, hickory or pecan may transfer some oils that could spark an allergic reaction. I recommend using a close-grained non-nut wood: cherry, maple or even yellow…

  7. Osborne Wood Products Furniture Leg in Mahogany, Maple Woods and More / Rockler How-to

    Osborne Wood Products Furniture Leg in Mahogany, Maple Woods and More / Rockler How-to

    …island leg called the Massive Savannah Leg (model #1496). The 1496 is 341â 2" long and is available in 10 wood types: alder, cherry, hard maple, hickory, mahogany, pine, red oak, red birch, soft maple and walnut. 2008 prices per leg vary by wood type, from about $75 to about $146. posted on April…

  8. Remarkable Rockler Reviews: SOY-Gel Paint and Urethane Remover / Rockler How-to

    Remarkable Rockler Reviews: SOY-Gel Paint and Urethane Remover / Rockler How-to

    …is most impressive and the ease of use and performance is amazing! -Rachel from Rawley, MA * It worked beyond my expectations. -Adam from Hickory, NC * The stripper adhered to vertical surfaces without running, stayed active for hours and was easily scraped away using only old credit cards.…

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