The first thing I did this morning is glue the side and water tank assembly to the base and set it aside to dry. Next I cut out and sanded the side trim pieces the way I did them for the cab.On pages 5 and 6 of the plan we skipped the dowel...
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Location: Hamilton Ontario Canada
I've been woodworking for a good number of years now.
I am now retired from a steel mill and have much more time to devote to it.
I now very rarlely build things for other people as it is too much like work.
I have been building Toys&Joys toys lately, but I just finished a new bench for my lathe.
-- If we learn from our mistakes, I'm getting a fantastic education.
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Last night I photocopied the side trim pieces for the tender and glued them to 1/16” maple and black walnut stock. Then I cut the pieces for the side panels, back, side rack, back rack and the water tank. The side panels and back from 3/8” ...
This morning I cut and drilled the wheel trim pieces. Looking at the 3/8” square cuts I thought that I would try not using the scroll saw. So I dug out my 3/8” hollow mortising chisel and took the auger out. Using a soft blow mallet I tried...
Before I left the shop last night, I drilled a 5/16” hole at the inside of the car coupler. This morning I cut, sanded, sanded, and sanded some more to shape both couplers. I cut 4 axles to length and glued one wheel on each axle. Now I nee...
I made a tool box that will go on the base between the boiler and the cowcatcher.The plan calls for 7/8” X 5/8” X 1 5/8” with a peaked top and a 1/16” saw kerf to simulate the dividing line. I have never had much luck using a saw kerf as a dividin...