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  1. Carpentry
    Hello, I have a 125 mm Makita GA5030R angle grinder and I am using it to grind wood boards. I am using a Velcro 125 mm support and abrasive disks (P60 or P80) mounted on the angle grinder. I made some kind of dust extraction guard using a plastic bowl, a leather belt and a hose clamp (please...
  2. General DIY Discussions
    I bought a 13 inch mattress for on a Murphy style bed. When i raise the bed, the top edge of the mattress hits the headboard facade (which is 15.5"tall and aprx.5" deep), stopping the lifting of bed to close it. I'm wondering what the minimum amount of headboard needs to be removed to avoid...
  3. Carpentry
    Notching deck posts at 45° angles I am pouring footers to build a two story deck. One portion of the posts resembles this picture. My question is how would I notch the three posts in the foreground. In my design the one all the way to the right (of those 3) will extend another 10' up to...
  4. General DIY Discussions
    So ... I'm making a huge chair for my parents pool room and I want to make the front of the chair wider than the back (by a little bit). I just forgot hot to find the angle that I need to cut all diagonal pieces at so they would be flat on the back/front legs. (I am making it out of 4 by 4s...
  5. Flooring
    We are replacing the upstairs carpet with hardwood, 3/4" X 4" wide hickory. The problem we are running into is the upstairs is split at an angle. The top landing, master and first bedroom run north/south, the two back bedrooms and hallway are at a 30°angle from there. How do we match the two...
  6. Building & Construction
    Hi, i am renovating my house and want to frame in an opening to turn my now dining room into a bedroom. Problem is the wall will have to be on an angle. I need help how to figure out the angle i will require to tie the walls together. the measurements of the opening are: From Outside tip to...
  7. Plumbing
    I am re-plumbing my basement bathroom and am second guessing my plumbing route for the toilet. It currently enters at a 90, runs for 16", enters another 90, runs for 8" and takes another 90 before it runs straight into the main stack. I can easily give it a steeper slope to speed things up but...
  8. Remodeling
    Hello everyone. I'm new to the forum but it seems like theres a lot of good information on here. I am currently in the middle of remodeling my basement. So far we've got the walls up, drywalled and plastered. I'm going to be installing a suspended ceiling soon. For the most part I...
  9. Building & Construction
    We are considering installing 1"x2" stone tile around our fireplace from floor to ceiling covering the 2 sides and front surfaces. The tile is on 12"x12" sheets and each tile is horizontally offset by 1". We are concerned about avoiding a raw edge cut at the corner where the the front surface...
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