Got up fairly early this mornin. After a few cups of coffee and a shower I went out to the shop. I had cut, routed some roundovers, and stained/finished the drawer fronts yesterday. Was waiting for electrical inspector to stop by and give the ...
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Location: Brooksville kentucky
Hi, my name is Justin. I recently, in the last year or two, have been getting back into woodwor.
I currently am an engineer(mechanic, mr fixitall for a tugboat company. Odd work schedule, work and live on a boat for roughly 3 weeks, but home for the same.
-- Justin - the tugboat woodworker - " nothing changed me like the first shnick from a well sharpened, decent hand plane"
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Small bit of progress So today I grabbed some pine pallet wood. I cut and planed down to the sizes needed, for the face frame. Screwed them in from face, since I didnt plan ahead to use pocket screws, and didn’t want to glue them. Took...
Well the other day I finally got some 3/16 hardboard and had the blue box rip it to the 24.25 inches to fit on the top. I put drops of glue in key spots to keep it from moving. I then installed a rip cutoff from my hand tool bench in slow progress...
Some know I have been off work since memorial day due to a back injury. A lot of things got put on hold, but this building was delivered to my place a week before this happened. 4 days later I go back to work, 2 days later My back cries for mommy....
Don’t have many pictures of the before to dig up but I’m sure in my other posts it can be seen. the shelf portion in this picture i took back out ( it was deeper than the bench top and kept hitting my knees on it) and gave to a neig...