Amish made hardwood

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2006 11:32 pm 
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hey yall here is a floor a did a while back, maple and cherry. Before I discovered wider planks...2.25 inch
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ok that didnt work...duh. :oops:


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Hows this... html doesn't work. it is BB code img /img in these brackets[]





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roger that.


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HEY THANKS KRYOLLA!!!
Yeah thats a big pic. Well, I have finished pictures of that if only I could post it eh?
Any hints, thanks yall..
Jamal


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You can email them to Ken and ask that he post them for you.


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Or copy and paste the URL listed between the code above, and paste it in you browser address window, and hit enter.

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here it is done


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Hey Jab,
Nice work! I've never seen such a large feature strip, 3 rows is big. THe maple you used appears to be a #2 grade, yes? American Cherry or B. Cherry? And I see that when racking the field, you are butting to both sides of the border first and filling in the middle. Do you rout a groove or just cut the tongue off?


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Yes Gary, Thats just how I roll!
NO but really, my boarders tend to be oversized, when Im making cuts in the middle and routing the female ends I like to get the real effect of the boarder, so one board just doesnt cut it for me, I went with 3 rows of clear american cherry with 2 rows of the main wood on each side of the boarder, the main wood is number 1 2.25" maple, though there was alot of browns?
Glad you dug it!!
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jAMAL, nice work. I noticed you dont have a handle on your stapler, I have seen a few other guys do this but it seemed like it would be murder on the ol knees. What's your reason for ditching the handle?

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