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  1. J

    Blum drawer slides - self centering drill bit necessary?

    +1 Get a set of vix bits. They are great for anything then needs centered in an existing hole.
  2. J

    Woodworking Youtubers

    Norm just happened to show what was already common/standard practice.
  3. J

    New kitchen

    Interesting. I assumed they would be more universal.
  4. J

    New kitchen

    Took a break to go pick up this powermatic 18" planer.
  5. J

    New kitchen

    Working on some organizers.
  6. J

    New kitchen

    They aren't all that common, but they are a thing here. More likely to see one in new (or recently renovated) larger homes / kitchens.
  7. J

    New kitchen

    Yes. Are pot fillers not a thing over there?
  8. J

    New kitchen

    Slowly chipping away at the installation.
  9. J

    New kitchen

    Granite came yesterday. They cut the cooktop 1.5" to wide so they had to cut another slab. Worked out in the end though. I still need to do a bunch more things to finish the install, but at least it will be functional for Christmas 🎄. I had them include a stone stool. I think I will work...
  10. J

    New kitchen

    I certainly agree on the never too many spindles.
  11. J

    New kitchen

    I dump the dust out at the back of the property, it piles up and I spread it out to keep the weeds down beyond where I have the fence. I've had my truck in the garage but it didn't fit well enough to actually be able to park in there.
  12. J

    New kitchen

    Its a 16". Fantastic machine made in 1943 for the war effort.
  13. J

    New kitchen

    Sure I'd be happy to give free advice..lol Most/all of my equipment has been second hand so I generally got whatever was available (and cheap).
  14. J

    New kitchen

    For spindle moulders I have a bridgewood 511, Casolin f90 and an invicta Ti-14. The shop is a "3 car" garage 20'x30', though I do hope to build a dedicated building one day.
  15. J

    New kitchen

    Appliances are in. Paneled look nice (hence why I chose them) but what a pain to install. spent last night building these lazy susan trays. Supply issues made me order the plastic ones, but they flex to much to actually use. So I knocked these out. I'd much rather have just bought them.
  16. J

    New kitchen

    I'm from Pennsylvania where land was $3000 per acre. Here in Virginia I had a 0.09 acre lot assessed at 100k. Everything is available in between (or way higher), and sometimes if feels random. 42 acres just sold a few miles from me for 39M but an adjoining property to me (149 acres) didn't sell...
  17. J

    New kitchen

    I'm in Virginia. Finish detail is rare here as well. It's usually 2.5" colonial casing (if there is any) and hollow core 6 panel doors. Base board will be whatever is cheap and usually not finished well.. I like to stick to historic texts as far as details are concerned. The design was just...
  18. J

    New kitchen

    A bit more than $40k.. =-) but not close to 3.5M. It's very location dependent. 30-40 miles can be a 30%-50% difference in price.
  19. J

    New kitchen

    My wife has a lot of cooking/ baking accessories so I'm sure she will fill it all up. That was one of the reasons for the new kitchen (better storage)
  20. J

    New kitchen

    Fortunately I live where there is a 2 acre minimum lot requirement for residential homes. The county I live in is generally anti development and has blocked as much urban sprawl as possible. One county over in either direction will get you rows and rows of homes on land just big enough to...
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