This pin is simpler to assemble that the first one because it is just 30 degree wedges that alternate in type of wood and orientation. The end ones are only 15 degrees (half a wedge as it were). In mine I used hard maple and walnut. One thing...
|View MonteCristo's:||home||workshop||projects (26)||blog (2)||reviews (0)||forum topics (10)||buddies (43)||favorites (63)||activity log|
2060 posts in 357 days
Location: Vancouver Island, Canada
I do woodworking mostly because I find a lot of beauty in wooden objects and I like making things and working with tools. I wouldn't mind being a professional woodworker if more people responded to quality work the way people on this forum do. I have built a few things on commission but have found most people are so conditioned by the Walmart mentality that they expect to get it for next to nothing. I like to say "the people with money have no taste and the people with taste have no money". Not always the case but it is true way too often. I give away a lot of stuff rather than suffer the (often unintended) insult of a Walmart price. When I do get paid, my price is based on how muich the client appears to value one-off pieces and their ability to pay. So far, getting rich at this seems a long way off (not that I am too worried about it, but, as many here must also feel, it is nice to be recognized if a piece turns out well).
I like dark woods and use mostly Claro and American Black Walnut in furniture pieces. I also turn local woods like big leaf maple, alder, western red cedar, yellow cedar and anything else that looks like it would make a nice bowl.
I use a combination of hand and power tools. I admire the skill developed by those who practice traditional methods but confess that expediency often results in my using a power tool. I am slowly trying to develop better hand tool skills.
-- Dwight - "Free legal advice available - contact Dewey, Cheetam & Howe""
Latest Activity | view all »
|replied on||Throat plates with new Unisaw?||28 days ago|
|commented on||Jatoba and Brushed Steel coffee table||29 days ago|
|commented on||Sinker mahogany rocking chair||29 days ago|
|replied on||ideas and help with rolling pin turning||32 days ago|
|replied on||Is all Birch Ply created equal?||32 days ago|
|replied on||Leigh||32 days ago|
|replied on||How to Dry Green Turning||33 days ago|
|replied on||Confuse ? cutting boards||33 days ago|
|replied on||Dado joints -- how tight is too tight?||33 days ago|
|commented on||Fowl Play||33 days ago|
|commented on||Triplett's Triplets||33 days ago|
|replied on||new canadian lathe model||34 days ago|
|replied on||HELP Interchanging Table Saw motor||34 days ago|
|replied on||Mortising Machines||34 days ago|
|commented on||Rib Fruited Mallee Burl Cap - Platter.||34 days ago|
Latest Projects | view all 26 »
Latest Blog Entries | view all 2 »
Of the two rolling pins I put in my projects list, the top one is the one most people prefer. It looks more complex than it is, always good if a guy is trying to make a few dollars at craft. (Out here on Vancouver Island, people expect craft to ...