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Ouchie! Summary of my weekend

05-08-2007 02:44 PM by Allen | 3 comments »

I was home alone for the weekend and, as I am wont to do, decided to take advantage of the time to “Get Stuff Done.” Saturday:Trip to the lumberyard Built a platform to level space for a shed Assembled the shed which, contrary to what Rubbermaid claimed on theirwebsite did not take 90 minutes but more like six hours. (Heck, it took 30minutes just to peel the protective backing off of the pieces of plasticthat make the windows in the doors of the darned thing. Finally fini...

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What would you like to see next?

03-07-2008 07:28 AM by Woodshopfreak | 3 comments »

I have a few epidsode ideas in mind. JigsCard Scraper- sharpening/useingSafely devicesRouter techniques/usesTablesaw-tune up/useage Any other ideas are welcome. Thanks for everyone that saw the videos, I got a huge responce that I didn’t expect. Love makeing the videos. Tell me what you want to see. Tyler

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Christmas Gifts 2008

12-29-2008 12:09 AM by Jim | 3 comments »

I think this was my favorite Christmas when it comes to Christmas shopping. The reason why is that I did very little … shopping. I made most of my gifts in the workshop, a few of which are posted here. I did a large number of pens with each one being selected for the recipient. I considered whether they would be more inclined to use a Slimline, Euro or Cigar Style. What kind of wood would they like. Then I custom made gift boxes for each one. I also made a clock for my lovely wife who h...

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Roubo #3: A Slight Diversion

03-13-2009 04:40 AM by Jon3 | 3 comments »

I had a fun time jointing up the legs of my Roubo on my older 6” Delta jointer. But my experience with the first 8 footer soon showed me the difficulty I would have with 26+ 8 footer laminations on it. I’ve been eyeing the G0490X, and I finally noticed that the following conditions combined for the perfect storm:8% cash back via ebay/paypal.Grizzly’s Free Shipping offer.$600 in the ‘tool fund’~$350 value in the used jointer. Between those, the numbers were...

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Making a Game for $5.00 #3: Prepping the Tiles

12-20-2009 01:57 AM by Deela40 | 3 comments »

Last night I worked on getting the tiles cut up and prepped for painting the numbers. I decided to go with 12 tiles as opposed to 10. I wouldn’t have enough room to put the numbers on 10-12 if I made all the tiles the same size as they would bee to small to get two numbers on. I remedied this by making two different sizes. I made nine tiles sized (7/8 inch) for numbers 1-9 and three (1 9/16 inches) for numbers 10-12. After I finished all the measurements, I used my miter saw to make ...

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Pensai Table #1: Motivation and Design

02-16-2010 05:50 AM by chscholz | 3 comments »

Like in any project I had hoped that I would have completed this long ago. But since I still feel I am at the very beginning with the project, why not document the process. Maybe someone can get some inspiration or, what is infact more likely, y’ll will have valuable suggestions on how to move this project forward. The idea is simple: SWMBO has become interested in Pensai (or Bonsai if you prefer the Japanese pronunciation). Any self-respecting pensai artist needs a pensai table, and...

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Dan's Blackbutt Roubo Bench #8: Metal Work

03-27-2010 12:38 PM by DoctorDan | 3 comments »

Metal WorkI can list the number of metal work project I’ve completed on one hand. All of which I completed at school. However, the need arose when some research showed certain components of this build required re-enforcement. Strong UnderwearBefore I glued the top, I cut a section to receive the spike from the sliding leg vice. Despite the 140mm of wood between the slot and the front, several sliding leg vices I’ve seen (including Bill Liebold's ), use metal to prevent warping ...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #43: Sometimes the Lazy Way is More Work Then Anticipated (But We Learn Something)

07-16-2010 01:08 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 3 comments »

OK. This is getting scary. Do we only get so many good days in a given time period? Or are we really the masters of our own destiny? I am probably over-reacting, but I just really like when things work out like you want them to. I am kind of hoping that it is because thought and planning went into something that it turns out well. That gives us some sense of control. I would hate to think that it is only by chance. So where were we? Ah, yes. The autumn leaf candle tray. As I was sa...

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Shaker Cherry Nightstand - Handtool heavy #10: Finishing (Boring)

03-25-2011 05:08 PM by Bertha | 3 comments »

I resisted the urge to K+dichrome or tint this project (with approval from the fiance’). I’m not proud of the sanding but what’s done is done. I’m going to employ a basic LJ tenet of 1) BLO, 2) Shellac 1# seal, 3) Poly. I’m at the BLO part & I’m pleased so far. I’m aware that some hate to show end-grain forward but I’m in a different camp. I’ll use a darker knob to tie in to the dark red end-grain. I left the deeper scrub plane marks a...

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The Rust Bucket - Cleaning and refurbishing old tools

07-23-2011 07:28 AM by Lockwatcher | 3 comments »

This article first appeared on my website, Lockwatcher's Lair – I am duplicating it here to share my experience using this system with my fellow Lumberjocks. While not specificly “woodworking” this system can speed up the process of reconditioning old tools without destroying them. The Rust Bucket Let me first thank my good friend Dave, of Pearce Woodworking for this great idea. Dave had some used hand tools he needed to clean up and had located this method th...

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