I saw this in an email tip I got from Woodsmith the other day.Just what I needed to start making boards from logs.
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I’ve recently started making end grain cutting boards.My first board was made of 3/4” cherry I salvaged from an old dinning table. I found three leaves at a flea market and cut them into 3/4×3/4 squares and started the glue up.The...
I had mounted my router in the collar on the router table to do a 3/16” deep cut.I didn’t realize there was not enough of the motor being held by the collar until I turned it on and started making a cut.The motor while still running, s...
I saw a post on LJ about making Lincoln Logs. I have two grandsons ages 5 and 7 and this looked like a great idea, not to mention a good woodworking project.I did pretty much what the post said. Link here but I came up with a different way of doi...
...and ‘premium cut’ lumber has square edges?