Interior detailing such as what specifically? Most interior walls are made from whatever material people have since visually it doesn’t get much scrutiny anyway. If you’re speaking about interior items, most people buy detail parts such as chairs, tables etc. So more specific please and maybe we can help better.
What scale lumber do you recommend to stock up on and keep handy....
O scale lumber,
Actually, I keep O scale lumber in every size from 1"x2" up through 12"x22". Here's a couple of my storage racks - 2 more around the corner out of sight....
But, I thnk you'll find that the standard sizes are what anyone/everyone uses more than any other sizes...basically the same sizes that you'll find at the lumber yard, e.g., 1x4, 1x6, 1x8......2x4, 2x6, 2x8......... The odd sizes like 3x14 don't get a lot of use........unless I have an excuse to use it,
Mark...Nice looking building there. Concerning it's second floor, I'd leave it empty. The black plastic interior finish and window dressing will cause it to be very inobvious, and probably not worth the bother to detail it frankly. Just opinion of course. Have fun!
That's an interesting surface sander... Who makes it? Does it have a dust collection port? Is it automatic feed or do you push the stock through by hand? What's the roller on the infeed table for?
Sorry for all the questions, I've never seen a small surface sander before... I have a large 36" drum sander and I made a sled that I use with thin pieces by sticking them to the sled with double-sided tape... it does an okay job, but on very thin material, like veneer thickness, it will sometimes lift and mangle the material.
Haven't had a chance to use it much yet, but it's hand feed and has a dust port. The roller just keeps the material flat on the in-feed table as it's being pushed. It was also about $50 cheaper plus free shipping when I bought it - wait for a sale!
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