The point I am about to make is obvious to most experienced woodworkers, but it was not to me for years, and my work suffered. I think the first time I saw this in print was a blog entry by Chris Schwarz, so its not my original idea. This idea is ...
|View Porcupine's:||home||workshop||projects (4)||blog (6)||reviews (0)||forum topics (0)||buddies (1)||favorites (2)||activity log|
31 posts in 368 days
Location: South Carolina
Latest Activity | view all »
|commented on||LJ friends and gifts. #16: Smoking hot present from my buddy Brad - US, UK, DK...||80 days ago|
|commented on||The grease box story #5: Grease box owners club - GBOC||101 days ago|
|commented on||Simple grease box||102 days ago|
|commented on||Equipping the Shop #9: Things you can do with a tiny Drill Press - by making a few jigs||102 days ago|
|commented on||Wooden router plane||102 days ago|
|added project||Simple grease box||102 days ago|
|commented on||PIPE "Night Garden"||103 days ago|
|commented on||Tiller #2: Shaping||103 days ago|
|added blog entry||Tiller #2: Shaping||106 days ago|
|added blog entry||Tiller #1: Stock||108 days ago|
|commented on||Bow Saw||116 days ago|
|commented on||Music stand||117 days ago|
|commented on||Book ends with rare history||117 days ago|
|added project||Bow Saw||118 days ago|
|commented on||My first homemade "prototype" non-functional handplane (i.e. my new paperweight)||121 days ago|
Latest Projects | view all 4 »
Latest Blog Entries | view all 6 »
I was out sailing with my friend Scott a few months ago, and noticing his very worn, rotten, and duct-taped tiller, thought of an excellent barter. Scott is an excellent amateur blacksmith, and me being at least an average amateur woodworker, I of...
For this blog entry, Amelia asked me (Joe, AKA Daddy) to describe the process. Here goes: The face frame for the cabinet is to be mitered on the corners, which are fastened together with loose tenons placed by the Festool domino. First, I rippe...
We began building the cabinet by constructing a carcase from half inch birch plywood. Daddy ripped the plywood to width on the table saw, then to length with his festool track saw. We had to double the plywood to meet the one inch thickness requir...
This is Amelia typing this entry. I would like to show you how my daddy and I started out with our project. First i made a couple of rough sketches on graph paper to get an idea of how to make the cabinet. Then after making the sketches we ...