If you’re more than a little nerdy, you might like to learn how I used a bit of calculus in doing some string inlay. Just click on Calculus Meets String Inlay to read about it.
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Location: St. Louis, MO
I am a member of the St. Louis Woodworkers Guild, of which there are about 110 members who get together monthly to exchange ideas about woodworking with emphasis on education and safety. Most are amateur, weekend woodworkers, including me. Visit the Guild's website at http://www.stlwoodworkersguild.org for more info. Meetings are held 7-9 PM on the 3rd Thursday each month. You are welcome to come to Guild meetings if you are in or near St. Louis.
-- Don Snyder (38.6N, 90.3W)
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|commented on||an application of calculus to string inlay||01-24-2017 02:46 AM|
|replied on||Looking for Examples of Math in Wodworking||01-22-2017 05:54 PM|
|added blog entry||an application of calculus to string inlay||01-21-2017 09:14 PM|
|added project||bench top cam clamps||12-21-2016 05:54 PM|
|commented on||Redgum Slab Coffee Table||05-12-2016 02:11 AM|
|replied on||Building a pentagonal box||05-12-2016 01:52 AM|
|added project||small bowls with silver inlay||11-01-2015 06:07 PM|
|added blog entry||converting between wire gauge and diameter/thickness||06-30-2015 09:07 PM|
|commented on||projection sundial||02-25-2015 07:40 PM|
|commented on||Walnut slab bench||02-22-2015 11:18 PM|
|added project||projection sundial||02-22-2015 08:58 PM|
|commented on||Truncated icosahedron, uh, soccer ball, nightlight||10-15-2014 02:28 AM|
|added blog entry||The math of compound-angle joinery||09-07-2014 06:09 PM|
|commented on||small table with inlay||08-02-2014 01:31 AM|
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I came across an article written by furniture maker Jane Swanson when reading about inlaying silver wire as a decorative feature in a wood project. Following her method requires using an end-mill router bit to excavate a channel having a width th...
My friend, Bill Gottesman, and I recently finished writing a note about compound-angle joinery. The math behind the equations for setting up the blade and miter-gauge angles for compound-miter and compound-butt joints is developed. Writing it wa...
I posted a blog on my website that describes cutting polygons on a table saw and making objects that involve polygon shapes. Pattern-following and other methods are described. Various objects are included in the discussion, such as bowls, table ...