If you have to pick up long lengths of wood from the lumberyard, throw a spring clamp in the back of your vehicle. Use the clamp to attach the warning flag to the end of the protruding lumber. The clamp’s easy to slip on and off, and you won’t have to fuss around with staples, nails or string. — Steve Parker. Plus: Learn more about how to transport large items in your truck.
Set the table saw fence so the blade is centered on the seam, then push the whole thing through the saw. If the board edges are quite bowed or curvy, you may need a second pass. If so, unscrew the cleats, reclamp the boards across the middle center, then screw on the cleats again. The screws ding up the ends of the boards a little, so cut the boards you’re jointing a bit long, then trim 1/2 in. from each end to remove the screw holes.

La Melamina Vesto es el principal material utilizado para la construcción de muebles de cocina, y se utiliza para fabricar su estructura y sus puertas. Es un material muy eficiente, ya que su vida útil excede incluso la vida útil de una cocina, que va desde los 10 a los 15 años. La estructura de un mueble puede ser fabricada utilizando melamina de 15mm de espesor, mientras que para las puertas siempre se recomienda 18mm de espesor, ya que al realizar las perforaciones para las bisagras, este espesor tendrá un mejor rendimiento. En caso de querer prolongar la vida útil de una cocina, es posible generar un diseño que permita cambiar únicamente las puertas, manteniendo las estructuras. De esta forma podemos refrescar la imagen de la cocina a muy bajo costo.

The progenitors of Chinese woodworking are considered to be Lu Ban (魯班) and his wife Lady Yun, from the Spring and Autumn period (771 to 476 BC). Lu Ban is said to have introduced the plane, chalk-line, and other tools to China. His teachings were supposedly left behind in the book Lu Ban Jing (魯班經, "Manuscript of Lu Ban"). Despite this, it is believed that the text was written some 1500 years after his death. This book is filled largely with descriptions of dimensions for use in building various items such as flower pots, tables, altars, etc., and also contains extensive instructions concerning Feng Shui. It mentions almost nothing of the intricate glue-less and nail-less joinery for which Chinese furniture was so famous.
Whether you are a beginner or a DIY professional, if you have a love for the craft of woodworking The Home Depot has got you covered. We have all the essential tools for woodworking that let you hone your craft. Our huge selection of drill presses and miter saws will put the power in your hands to complete your projects faster and easier. And whether you are looking for the strength of a powerful router or the versatility of a lathe, you can find everything you need to help with projects, large and small. If your carpentry plans also include building materials, you don't need to look any further than The Home Depot. From wood and lumber to decking and fencing materials, it's all right here.
For many of us, the moment we learned that a 2×4 board is actually 1.5 inches x 3.5 inches was simply mind-blowing. The reason for this apparent contradiction is that the board has been planed down to eliminate irregularities. At one point, many years ago, 2x4s actually were 2 inches x 4 inches, but their rough surfaces made them difficult to stock and handle. The old terms, such as 2×4 or 4×4, are still used, and are known as the “nominal” size of the board. These nominal sizes are used because they are easier to say and they stick to tradition. Now, thanks to a lawsuit, most big box stores list the nominal and actual sizes of lumber.
Estimados, si bien el muy lindo el mueble, hubo un un error garrafal con respecto al radiador, esta bien la separación en la parte superior del mueble para la salida de aire caliente, pero para que esto suceda se debe saber que estos equipos funcionan por circulación de aire ( aire frío de la habitación pasa por abajo y sale caliente por arriba) un corte en la parte de abajo falto

Hemos trabajado creando cientos de cursos y demostraciones, hemos ayudado a decenas de fabricantes y empresas del comercio a divulgar el conocimiento brico, hemos hecho radio y televisión… y con todo ello, hemos tenido la suerte de poder reunir a un grupo de excelentes formadores, que son estupendos profesionales en su campo y grandes aficionados a muchos de estos temas.


Hemos trabajado creando cientos de cursos y demostraciones, hemos ayudado a decenas de fabricantes y empresas del comercio a divulgar el conocimiento brico, hemos hecho radio y televisión… y con todo ello, hemos tenido la suerte de poder reunir a un grupo de excelentes formadores, que son estupendos profesionales en su campo y grandes aficionados a muchos de estos temas.
En el caso de los módulos superiores, estos van anclados a muro y se deben ubicar a una altura de 1.40 – 1.50 metros desde el piso. Esta medida está 100% relacionada a la profundidad del módulo base. Mientras menor sea la profundidad de la base, se recomienda que la altura de los superiores sea mayor. De este modo permitimos que exista un espacio de trabajo donde el módulo superior no sea un obstáculo. Es importante considerar las recomendaciones de la campana que uno vaya a aplicar en el proyecto ya que cada campana tiene especificado un volumen de extracción de aire que es óptimo dependiendo de la distancia que tiene desde la encimera.

Bueno aca termina el post, y les quiero dejar un anuncio muy importante para el que esta interesado en el tema y es de Santa Fe Capital, se trata sobre la escuela Industrial ubicada en la calle Junin que tiene un taller de carpinteria que funciona a la noche donde se hacen diversos trabajos y estan muy buenos, el tiempo es de 2 horas, creo que es de 8 a 10 Lunes,Miercoles y Viernes, si estas interesado podrias averiguar para inscribirte, no es tan caro y se hacen muchisimos trabajos.
Instead of permanently mounting my 6-in. vise to a work-bench, I attached it to scrap plywood so I can clamp it wherever I need it. Stack two pieces of 3/4-in. plywood and screw them together with 1-1/4 in. drywall screws. Mark the vise-mounting holes on the plywood and drill 3/4-in. guide holes through both pieces. Recess the nut by drilling through the bottom sheet with a 1-in. spade bit using the 3/4-in. hole as a guide. Fasten the vise to the plywood with bolts sized to match the vise-mounting holes. If the bolt shafts are too long, cut them off with a hacksaw. — LuAnn Aiu. Plus: Learn how to use vise grips to pull nails.
Softwood is most commonly found in the regions of the world with lower temperatures and is typically less durable, lighter in weight, and more vulnerable to pests and fungal attacks in comparison to hardwoods. They typically have a paler color and a more open grain than hardwoods, which contributes to the tendency of felled softwood to shrink and swell as it dries.[9] Softwoods usually have a lower density, around 25-37lb/cu ft, which can compromise its strength.[9] Density, however, does vary within both softwoods and hardwoods depending on the wood's geographical origin and growth rate. However, the lower density of softwoods also allows it to have a greater strength with lighter weight. In the United States, softwoods are typically cheaper and more readily available and accessible.[9] Most softwoods are suitable for general construction, especially framing, trim, and finish work, and carcassing.[10][9]
Here’s a safe and sound way to make long cuts with a circular saw on plywood clamped to a worktable. Cut about 12 in. into the plywood, then twist a piece of duct tape into a bow tie, with up-and-down adhesive faces. Slide it in the saw kerf and press the tape down above and under the plywood. Now as you finish the cut, the trailing end can’t curl down dangerously as you saw. Hats off to Mike Connelly for simplifying this job. Check out how to make this DIY duct tape wallet.
Con esto conseguimos dos cosas, por un lado desinfectar bien el material y por otro combatir posibles hongos que tenga la madera por haber estado a la intemperie. Si tienes una vaporeta es también aconsejable utilizarla después para profundizar más en la limpieza, pero si le aplicas bien la lejía puedes ahorrarte comprar una. Y eso es todo, déjala secar y ya está lista para su uso.
Instead of using a container to mix a small amount of epoxy, just make a mixing surface on your workbench using painters tape. Simply lay down strips, overlapping the edges so the epoxy doesn’t get on your bench. When you’re done, peel off the tape and throw it away. This mixing surface will work for more than just epoxy, you can use it for wood glue or any other material you need easy access to while working on a project.
Fir, also known as Douglas Fir, is very inexpensive and common at local home centers. It has a characteristic straight, pronounced grain with a red-brown tint. However, its grain pattern is relatively plain and it does not stain well, so Fir is commonly used when the finished product will be painted. While commonly used for building, this softwood would also be suitable for furniture-making as well.[12]
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Si quieres aprender como pulir un piso de madera a mano, es necesario que prestes atención a este paso, debes quitar todo el polvo de la habitación con una aspiradora, muchas de las máquinas de pulir pisos de madera tienen la aspiradora incorporada. Debes comenzar por las zonas más altas desde el suelo. Cuando termines el proceso de aspirar el polvo, debes buscar cuidadosamente el piso, aquellas marcas imperfectas que hayan quedado, debes quitarlas con un bloque de lijado; y hecho esto vuelves a aspirar en la zona.
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Hace unos días Julio me dejó un extenso comentario con su opinión sobre qué le parece eso de aprender carpintería a base de leer blogs y ver vídeos en internet. Pensé que este es un buen tema para una entrada del blog, así que copio y pego su comentario (espero no te importe Julio) y después dejo mi contestación. Veréis que no estamos de acuerdo en todo, supongo que porque nuestros caminos y nuest ...
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