Check out page 64 in the new addition of Fine Woodworking Magazine. I have an article on my dado jig. It was quite an honor to actually have something published, especially by such a great magazine.
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Location: Lubbock, Texas
I began woodworking at 12 years old, working for my dad in his shutter shop. I started building my own furniture shortly thereafter. What a learning process (which has not ended yet!) I have had some great mentors over the years, including a craftsman next door to our shop who did custom furniture and another who did furniture refinishing. I had a furniture finishing business for a few years, starting when I was still in high school. I went on to run my own raised panel door shop and recently opened a woodworking tool store . My son runs the shop and my son-in-law runs me at the store. I have been fascinated by so many of the projects on lumberjocks, and hope I too can contribute. Several of my recent projects have been inspired by this website.
-- She thought I hung the moon--now she just thinks I did it wrong
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After showing some of my boxes in “Projects”. I have received some inquiries about the installation of the barrel hinges I sometimes use. I hope this helps for some of you. I know it will be overkill for many of you, so just use what y...
There has been much discussion on the Bridge City Kerfmaker, but I didn’t find where it was used on a table saw without using a sled with a stop. I am sure I just missed it, but here is my version of the set-up. The Kerfmaker references o...
Here are some more of my garage sale finds. I still don’t have quite all of them done, but I’m close.I intended to wait to restore these, but I couldn’t resist. For some strange reason my wife thinks I shoud be working on repairs...
About 3 weeks ago, I posted pictures of several vintage tools I bought at a garage sale. I am beginning to get them cleaned and in working order. I started with a Millers Falls #10. It had the most rust of all the planes I bought. You will see a l...