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Can I thin PVA wood glue that has thickened?
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According to Titebond you should first try repeatedly tapping the container on a hard surface to loosen it up. Then you can thin it with water up to 5% of the glue's weight or volume. Regarding ...

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Hollowing out a piece of timber
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If you have a table saw that can rip at least 2" deep, you could do something like this: Source: me Dark gray areas are waste. This assumes you have a .1" thick blade. Basically, you would take off ...

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Can one safely mount an 8" blade in a 10" saw if the arbor sizes are compatible?
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Yes you can. As long as the hole in the blade is the same size as the arbor, you can mount any blade with a diameter smaller than the maximum your saw can use.* The only real difference, besides ...

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How to scorch to darken a part of a piece of wood and not the other?
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bowlturner's answer is correct, and will probably give you the results you are looking for. But it inspired me to experiment, mostly to see how sharp an edge I could get. Hardwood Guide As you can ...

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