In the last post you saw my fancy-schmancy headrest cutting jig. Well, I couldn’t come up with any reasons not to use it, so I loaded up my one and only headrest blank, fired up the saw, and started cutting… Here you see the ba...
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Location: Ventura county, California
Hi everyone, thanks for the welcome. I've been getting into woodworking this past year, motoviated by LJ's! Every day I check out the projects first thing. Now it's time to post some of mine.
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Hey team,I’ve behind in my project updates, so I’ll try to put up a few short posts covering what I’ve done in the last few weeks. With front and rear legs attached to the chair seat, it’s time to cut out the curved head...
We’ve all been there: you do the dry fit, you set up your clamps and cauls, you clamp it up dry, you remake your cauls and clamping blocks. Then you do it again. Then one more time, just to make sure. You clear everything from the area bu...
This modification to my router table allows me to use a round over bit on the legs, even though they are much wider mid-way along the length. It consists of a riser block mounted to the table using two of the four standard mounting holes. Usin...
Hey Kids,I’ve been busy in the shop, and havn’t posted an update in a while. I wanted to do one about some mistakes and how they were covered up, or, I mean, how I created an anomoly in order to demonstrate some advanced wood working ...