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The grease box story #2: The 66 years old secret Abdel box from Lebanon.

10-10-2010 01:24 AM by mafe | 5 comments »

The grease box story.Chapter two: The 66 years old secret Abdel box from Lebanon. Even we are now far away from the original grease box story, I feel I have to tell this story before going back.Here is the original secret Abdel box. What do we know of this secret box then? We know Roy Underhill have seen one in a marked, I have seen some pen boxes made with this system as a child, but besides that I was not able to find out more until:I had a wonderful lunch at an old friend and architect ...

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Information #2: special info links not to loose track of.

12-25-2012 02:22 AM by Weth | 4 comments »

This is the best drill press table I have seen. It is has a video demonstration too. What are all the “Oils” anyway How to set jointer blades Cabinet How to make ellipses

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Information #1: Links

12-23-2012 06:46 PM by Weth | 6 comments »

I find myself spending time looking for these links from memory on different computers. Wood Info (used to be free) Tool How too’s (free ...

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Bowl from a board

11-08-2012 10:00 PM by CalgaryGeoff | 9 comments »

Hi, I’ve seen a few members are interested in the bowl from a board build process. I will share the steps I used to make a dove tail segmented bowl from a board. The only tragedy I encountered on my build was on the lathe when it blew apart after a catch. So I have no bowl but the process to build one is good none the less. This is my objective. Start with two pieces of wood, here I’m using cherry and blood wood. I think these were 6×12 by 3/4 inch pieces. Dove tails...

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In Memory of...

12-30-2007 06:18 AM by tat2grl | 14 comments »

I started this adventure in woodworking because of my Dad. As a kid I remember him coming home from work, smelling of paint, thinner, taping mud, sawdust and sweat. Pop was a master painter and a wizard at mixing stain. I didn’t know this at the time, but as I look back on all that he did I am amazed at his work. His staining technique was flawless, never a drip or run to be found and the color was always even. He passed in August of 1999. I bought my first home in Dec. of 2003. ...

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