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Epoxy fill bark enclusion with pigment

03-31-2015 08:45 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 1 comment »

This is how I typically fill a knot or defect, especially in Walnut I will use 5 minute 2 part epoxy mixed with epoxy pigment. Thanks as always for watching!

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Woodworking on a Half-Shoestring #41: Outdoor ACU>RITE Digital Wireless Temperature Sensor Housing (Finale)

03-31-2015 06:57 PM by Paul Bucalo | 0 comments »

Finally finished and mounted on the outside wall of the back enclosed porch. I neglected to get a completed assembly picture before mounting, so please check out the previous two parts in my blog for a complete overview. The final three pictures:- Insertion of the wireless sensor into the box. Note the wooden sensor pin. - The bottom vent plate installed. - Wall mount bracket drilled for mounting bolts and fender washers. How well is it working? It’s now in direc...

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now backgammons finished

03-31-2015 05:46 PM by Alexey Khasyanov | 1 comment »

Customer after 2 weeks decided have an finished object ))Now it looks better, and I think it will be commented))Backgammons

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Still Out of the Shop

03-31-2015 02:04 PM by Kindlingmaker | 3 comments »

Well its been close to four years since any real woodworking has been done by me. There has been a series of shoulder and hand surgeries that have made more than difficult to do anything. I hope soon to be back and making sawdust again.

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Jointer fence upgrade for cheap combo machine (Woodstar jointer / thicknesser).

03-31-2015 01:28 PM by mafe | 4 comments »

Jointer fence upgrade for cheap combo machine.Woodstar, Sheppach, Güde, Jet, Ryobi, Titan, Powerplus, Tendotools, Stacionarno. I have had this Woodstar combo machine some years now, it works fine, that’s about what I can say.Since I bought a lunch box thicknesser, I use now only the Woodstar for jointing and that made me tired of the flimsy fence…Really tired, since it is almost impossible to get a piece of wood square with that fence or at least luck and the Gods will agree...

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Craftsman Table Saw #4: Cleaned Up Cast Iron

03-31-2015 10:00 AM by cootcraig | 3 comments »

Here is the cast iron top and wings after clean up and waxing. Boeshield T-9 applied and then rubbed on Carnauba paste wax.

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Workbench restore (Scandinavian style) #8: Scandinavian workbench restore - Side holds and end vise tuning

03-31-2015 08:09 AM by mafe | 7 comments »

Scandinavian workbench restoreSide holds and end vise tuning. This is just a small update on the bench.I get questions if I like this bench, the simple answer is yes.I did have a few holding issues, but after making a bench top bench, I now have every thinkable hold position and would not trade my bench for any other bench (Perhaps a Benchcrafted splittop, it’s so sexy). This little blog is just a upgrade with some side holds I made for long boards and my saw sharpening vise, they...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1526: Getting Through the Day

03-31-2015 08:03 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 1 comment »

I always try to write about interesting things that happen throughout my day. It seems that people like to see what it entails to run a small business from home these days. So many of my readers have or or thinking of beginning their own business with their crafts and I thought it would be helpful to them to see that it isn't just days upon days of drawing, painting, doing woodworking and going to the bank to deposit money. There is LOTS of things in between that may not be as fun and rom...

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A cosmetic touch up to rectify the problem

03-31-2015 04:21 AM by sammarine | 2 comments »

A small mistake has been made when gluing 2 pieces of bench top together while they are still not so dry. As a result both pieces of glued wood then warped a little leaving a 2-4 mm gap. Check out my blog for the solution to this problem. Solution Sam :))

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Another pile of pine #1: Part 2, a top is formed up

03-30-2015 11:08 PM by bandit571 | 5 comments »

Well, got the top almost flat on the “face side” the other day Used a scrub jack plane to get things down to almost flat, other than all them scalloped areas. Got out a little bit bigger, and wider jack plane. This time, it is used like a try plane, going at the diagonals to the grain, until all them scallops are gone. Top still wanted to bow up a bit, so I clamped that end down flat, and left it sit a while…. Well this evening, flipped the top over to work on t...

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