System Three - Quick Cure-5 Epoxy 1/2 Pint
Epoxies are the only adhesive to use when strong, fast bonds are required on wood, most metals, fiberglass, ceramics, concrete, glass, leather and many plastics. Whether you are making a structural...
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Woodcraft’s new stainless steel ice cream scoop is sure to be a great addition to your kitchen utencils. Adding your design shape and material type to complement your kitchen is up to you! Woodcraft has a huge selection of exotic and domestic wood to choose from for this fun and easy project. We’ll walk you through how you can make your very own ice cream scoop handle with just a few hours of your time. Woodcraft has all of the components you will need to build this ice cream scoop.
In this day and age of electronic games, there are still a few games left to play without the aid of technology, but with the use of good old fashioned brain power. Similar to Chess or Checkers/Draughts, “GO” is an attack-capture board strategy game played on a 19″ x 19″ wood grid for two players. This size board is typically used for tournament play. The game originated in China about 2500 years ago using a 17″ x 17″ grid board, but changed as it became more prevalent in Japan and Korea. Beginners usually start with a 9″ x 9″ or 13″ x 13″ board.
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Take a new direction in Mother’s Day gifting this year, and check out two projects from Black Dog Salvage, a Woodcraft partner that specializes in the reclamation, repurposing and resale of architectural, commercial, and industrial elements and fixtures. The Roanoke, Virginia-based company has its own DIY-TV show – Salvage Dawgs – and also creates custom pieces from salvaged items.
I needed a better way to carve a Halloween pumpkin than just using
a kitchen knife. The solution was to make two cutters using a jigsaw blade and
a scrollsaw blade. The jigsaw blade
would be my rough cutter and the scrollsaw blade my detail cutter.
It may be easier to buy
those plastic handled pumpkin cutters at your local mart store for this
project, but where is the woodworking fun and challenge plus an opportunity to
go to your favorite woodworking store and talk shop at Woodcraft! We have all
the items required to make these tools in case you don’t already have them in
Scott and Suzy Phillips, co-hosts of The American Woodshop on PBS, shopped early at Woodcraft and have their annual Holiday Gift Guide video ready to share.
this works well for me
I use it on wood products when you cannot have failure
strong and reliable
Great stuff from a great company.
careful with the seal
using this stuff for years, I think it's the best epoxy. Had lots of leaking container problems and called manufacturer - they explained that you leave the undercap seal in place and cut out the center and the containers will stay sealed.
Works great, lasts and is fast.
Works great, lasts and is easy to use.
The bottles get messy after a while, but the product itself is great.
Appropriate for light duty.
Assembly time span is short.
strong, easy to use
system 3 5 min. epoxy
Fine but don't leave any residue (it will yellow later) ,clean excess with acetone.
Easy and convenient to use.
Finally an epoxy that you can easily squeeze out on an ongoing basis.