I'm restoring an old oak door which was hand hewn. I've removed some trim around the door and the wood surface under the trim hasn't been hand hewn. How can I get a hand hewn look? I've heard about using power planes and have done some testing on a piece of scrap, the look isn't the same as what...
Top of cable gusset - attached at hinge side of door. The 1/2 all-thread has a nut on the end and is accessible from the edge of the door to permit adjustment. In four years, only one door needed adjustment of about 1/16"
Wanted insulated doors so I used this technique.
LVL frame with half-lap joints/Titebond Type III.
R-9.4 1.5" rigid foam insulation.
Cable "gusset" to prevent door sag.
Doors are 5' wide x 10' tall.
I am purchasing a house that has an older front door which is very solid but weathered. I am not even sure what type of wood the door is made but it has turned gray at the bottom over the years. I'd like to get the door back to a consistent color and know what is the best finish to consider...
Anyone interested in a 36" wide cedar door? The upper half is a window.
What I'm looking for is some pretty wood to make a couple of smallish instrument cases, preferably 1/4 QS. That said, I wouldn't turn down quatersawn 10" W poplar. Otherwise, make me an offer.