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19 days ago

So true - 6 replies

19 days ago

Cool table - 11 replies

Found this on the net. I think it is a cool idea.

382 days ago

The Roentgens' Berlin Secretary Cabinet - 1 reply

This leaves me humbledhttp://youtu.be/MKikHxKeodA

491 days ago

One of those days - 18 replies

I had one of those days where things just did not go right. Nothing major, just small irritating stuff and mishaps that was beginning to frustrate me. That is where one of my safety rules kick in. When you start being irritated, take the shop key lock up and find something else to do which does not involve sharp spinning blades. I can’t...

502 days ago

Amazing doors - 0 replies

I came across this amazing door. I have always admired the skill in creating such an artwork! There are few more ideas on the Owner Builder webpage

504 days ago

Amazing round table! - 6 replies

Does anyone know how this round table works? The link above shows a video of an expanding and shrinking round table shown below (I don’t know how to add video’s otherwise)

511 days ago

Disaster recovery - 9 replies

On Saturday I had a miss-hab with a router bearing screw that came undone. The best suggestion that I got for the problem was Jim Bean. I tried it (JB is scarce in SA, but the Scottish equivalent works just as well) to think about my problem which I tackled today. In the end I decided that I was in any case planning to round over the corners,...

513 days ago

Disaster! - 27 replies

While flush trimming the router bit’s bearing screw came loose. How do I recover from this? Any ideas will be welcome Regards George

519 days ago

Problem solved :-) - 2 replies

I have been having this problem that I could not organise my favorites into categaries. I have quite a few favorites as I tend to save quite a lot of the projects as they give me quite good ideas for my own projects. However having to page through 35 pages of of random projects if you want to have a look at cutting boards for example is quite te...

521 days ago

How sharp is sharp enough? - 24 replies

I came across this article from FWW about a planing competition. A comment below states: “You may not be able to do that, but its ok. No one needs to sharpen to that level unless the goal is to win a planing competition.” I tend to agree with this, or is it just sour grapes on my part? I don’t think I will ever be able to sharp...

524 days ago

Just wondering - 21 replies

How many can relate with this?

552 days ago

End grain Cutting board finishing questions - 6 replies

How long does it take the mineral oil to soak the board?Once the oil has soaked into the board how do you get the board “dry” that is so that the oil does not come off on whatever you will be cutting on the board? Last question. How do I convince my wife to actually use the board as a cutting board? :-)

560 days ago

Home made drum sander question - 21 replies

Just wondering before I make the commitment to build a home made drum sander. How effective are they for smoothing an endgrain cutting board? I am in the process of finishing my first endgrain cutting board. I built a router planer jig to flatten it, but it still needed a LOT of sanding. Sanding endgrain with conventional methods is NOT a pleasu...

579 days ago

Splinters - 22 replies

Is it a problem for the rest of the LJ’s? I got one again tonight and it is always difficult to remove.

601 days ago

Organising "My favorites" - 6 replies

Is there any way that one could group similar projects together in “My favorites”? I store items for ideas later on, but it becomes tedious to page through a lot of non related items when you are working on a specific project. It would be nice if one could ad your own labels to projects so that those projects could be listed later on.

676 days ago

Neat idea from Woodsmith etips. - 11 replies

I get a weekly mail with some Woodsmith tips. I think this weeks tip is worth sharing. It shows a nice simple jig to mark a corner radius or laying out a diameter.

807 days ago

Help needed to identify fence post wood - 10 replies

I had to take out a fence post recently to put in a new gate to the property. The post is quite heavy and I suspected some good wood in disguise. I cut of the top end of the post and this is what it looks like. The wood is quite hard and does not sand very easy. The saw marks can be seen on the photos and my first atemp at sanding...


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