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1709 days ago by knotscott | 33 comments »

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5 Cuts to a "Perfect" Cross Cut Sled

903 days ago by wnwoodworkingschool | 50 comments »

I’ve been getting a few email requests for a video on how I calculate the error ratio and how to correct and construct a cross cut sled that’s dead on square. I’ve been demonstrating this at the Woodworking shows for the past 5, 6 years and I still get emails asking me about the error ratio calculations. So here it is. Material List for sled:Runners: 5/16” x 3/4” x 30” Base: 1/2” x 34” x 30” Front Fence: 1-1/2” x 5” x 30R...

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diy lathe #1: i asked my father to make me one ..

953 days ago by aviad mishaeli | 21 comments »

some of my wood stuff demands working with lathe but not in the usual way . i creates big round wood bodies like shades ,tables and all kind of objects. i usd to travel one hour to the south near Bear-Sheva to work on a lathe that has the adjustment for my big things. i dont use engraving and chisels i jest have to sa...

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from RED , thru WHITE , to BLUE

1153 days ago by patron | 41 comments »

thanks to RED , http://lumberjocks.com/lilredweldingrodfor the tutorials on wheelchair access to lowering shop toolsfor providing this information and your ongoing support in this endeavor you are the best brother ! i (WHITE) was able to come to council bluffs , iowa and help our new recovering injured vet BLUEarlin eastman , http://lumberjocks.com/ArlinEastman to modify all his shop tools and lower all the tools to a height he can work with in a wheelchair till he is able...

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LJ Interviews #17: Patron

1156 days ago by MsDebbieP | 38 comments »

This interview, with Patron, is from the June-July 2011 issue of the LumberJock eMag   1. How did you first get started working with wood? as a kid , head high to a dinner table i would walk under them and wonder why the stain and finishwould stop at the edge , and not continue underneath .the bottoms and inside edges had glue and stain fingerprintsand score marks from tooling left un-sanded and rough.screw heads not set or the slots all rounded outlooked real shoddy and rushed ...

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Electrolysis: on the cheap for vintage tool people

1172 days ago by Bertha | 120 comments »

I’ve got some things with brown stuff on them. Lesser men call it rust; true LJ’s don’t recognize this “rust” as a worthy foe. To follow is a real-time electrolysis setup. . I’m no expert on electrolysis, but being stupid has never stopped me from doing stupid things. I’m going to blog an electrolysisi system for rusty tools in real time. You accept all risk, as I’ll be deemed incompetent pre-trial, so good luck in the civil.. First...

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Modifying the tools and shop for the wheelchair woodworker....2

1180 days ago by lilredweldingrod | 27 comments »

The plan is working so far. The bandsaw only needs to be moved to the right about 15 inches and the shaper/router pulls to the left about 2 feet. The saw rolls right up to the bench and I have plenty of room to cut short boards with the door closed.Now I can work in the shop on smaller projects such as cutting boards and boxes in comfort away from the wind. The reason the door is open a little is that there was laundry being done and we use the gray water for irrigation and the hose has to go...

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