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4 Poster Cannonball Bed #13: delivered and set up at my son's place

284 days ago by BryanatWoodstock | 2 comments »

Test fit of finished bed Loaded the bed into the Ranger . Bed set up at my son’s place

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Computer Desk #1: Walnut and ???? Computer Desk #1

105 days ago by Geoff | 2 comments »

So yesterday night, I decided that I was in despite need of a computer desk. I’m currently holding the dinning room table and a side table hostage to hold my massive setup. So I began planning the new setup the dream setup one that will hopefully last years and here is the plan…..

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Make the Simplest Bench Dog

62 days ago by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 2 comments »

I finally got around to drilling the dog holes in my bench (only a year late) and now it was time to make some bench dogs. Now I like traditional woodworking, but wanted something quick and easy. I will be making some traditional bench dogs, but here is the simplest bench dog ever. Check out the VIDEO HERE Please Subscribe to my channel for more woodworking and general DIY videos.

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Wenge and Gaboon Floor Inlay - Ready for the first cut!

14 days ago by Mymyripzip | 2 comments »

Recently we embarked on a challenging request from a prestigious client to create a dining room table border that measures 12’ x 16’ x 1’ entirely out of wenge and Gaboon ebony. The border will go into a newly -installed floor of hand-distressed (and bleached!) American walnut. My son is the craftsman and I’m moral support, and R&D so to speak. I’ve veen in the flooring industry by marriage for many years so although I have a fairly good knowledge base on ...

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Softball Bat #1: New Tool Skills

2488 days ago by cheller | 2 comments »

Up until this summer I had never used a lathe, and that was okay. I’ve been able to do what I wanted without it. Then last spring the guys in the adult ed class I take, including the instructor, got interested in making baseball bats. I don’t know what started it but soon fully half the class was working on creating bats. At the time I was busy with other things. I spent most of the summer session working on other projects, primarily an advent calendar for my nephew. With ...

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WoodWriting Haiku Thursday's --by RusticWoodArt #6: "Wood Scupper"

2386 days ago by frank | 2 comments »

Wood Scupper ....your eyes corrupted,my being as fire melts ice,i am soon turned out….—by flp ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————...

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Wat U Say #4: The Second Secret

2030 days ago by Douglas Krueger | 2 comments »

The project is entering its final stages with assembly and finishing remaining. The 2 hinged ‘roof’ pieces are now in place and this gives an idea of the various storage areas. The small triangular piece in the top unit is the access to the second hiding place. The door hinges on a dowel through an elongated hole in the door. I had thought a straight hole through would do the trick but neglected to realize that as the door pivoted open, it also had to drop down as ...

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Burled Cottonwood Log Furniture Dining Table #5: Delivery and Setup

1991 days ago by Tim & Candy Hicks | 2 comments »

Here it is delivered to house. It takes two people to carry each stump and six men to carry the top up the stairs and into the house. I sure am glad I was the one taking the pictures. The measurements on this table are 81 1/2” x 44” and 31 1/2” tall.

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Mitre Saw Station

1675 days ago by Rileysdad | 2 comments »

I saw Blankman’s post on his mitre saw dust hood and thought I’d share my idea for a mitre saw station. This one hangs on the wall by a french cleat. I built it in three sections: left and right fence sections and the center saw section. The saw is the DeWalt 12” dual bevel model (not a slider.) I gave a lot of thought to whether the fence should be built on a platform or on the flat of the table. As you can see I chose the platform and I’m glad I did. I end ...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #248: Assessing Information

1270 days ago by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 2 comments »

I want to start out today by saying that I really do appreciate the comments about the scroll saws. I think that one of the best ways to decide which saw to go with is going to be by listening to others’ experiences with the different saws. I am sure that there are several saws that would be suitable for my needs, but with the number of choices out there, I think I will be able to find one that will work best for me and perform as I require it to. As I said before, the worse case ...

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