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52 Weeks #43: First Craft Fair Down

11-07-2011 01:55 AM by clieb91 | 4 comments »

As my wife put it, “It is an odd feeling knowing that people we don’t know are now using stuff that we made.” Yesterday we sold at our first craft fair. It was a rather nice day and the venue was small, the local HOA puts it on each year at the community center. Our focus was primarily Puzzles and Games. We have shopped a number of the local shows the past few years and noticed it was a bit lacking in this area so we figured it would be a good area to focus on. DW did a number of sewn game...

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In the wood shop today #11: Using a Festool Domino XL 700

09-26-2012 12:59 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 4 comments »

We’re using a Festool Domino DF700EQ to help in the glue up of a large table top, for the local fire hall. We decided to add the floating tenons to help keep these large pieces of 2’’ oak and cherry flat during glue up. Hope you enjoy and as always thanks for having a look.

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1149: Romance in the Air

10-09-2013 10:34 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

Despite so many things that are going on, I was able to sit down and concentrate and get the drawing for my next project completed. It shouldn’t have been the task that it became, but there were just so many odd things going on that it seemed that I couldn’t get the job going. Once I started though, I put on a couple of good movies and was able to stay focused and get the job done. I think in the end it is going to be pretty nice. The project is for the February (I think!) i...

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Workbench #12: Adding the Shelf

06-04-2017 01:05 AM by Dan Wolfgang | 4 comments »

With the base complete and the shelf ledgers in place, I wanted to get the shelf added. The shelf would be really useful in that it would allow me to set my planes nearby but out of the way. Ok, so the spot I’ve been storing my planes is only about four steps away, but still, having them within reach seems like a great advance. It’ll surely make me more productive, right? I’ve been using 2×4s from Home Depot to build the majority of the bench. I intended to use the l...

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Saw Companies Dates of Production Handsaws

07-20-2017 02:52 PM by HankRustamaki | 4 comments »

List Of The Dates Of Some Saw Companies Saw CompaniesE. C. Atkins 1857-1952George H. Bishop & Co. 1882-1899Henry Disston 1840-1865Henry Disston & Sons 1871-1954Great Neck 1982-William Mcniece 1870-1883Miller Falls 1909-1923Ohlen Bishop 1920 – 1938 (Predecessor was G. H. Bishop)Harvey Peace 1863-1890 (Bought by Disston)Pennsylvania Saw Corp 1938Richardson Bros. 1866-1890Shurley Dietrich 1873-1910Shurley Dietrich Atkins 1930-1973Simonds 1868-1922 (They didn’t make hand saws...

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Woodworking on a Half-Shoestring #26: Hemlock woes

02-03-2015 05:43 PM by Paul Bucalo | 4 comments »

I haven’t been posting much this year, mostly because I have been busy with other projects, but also because some of the cold spells we have had in Update New York have made working in a cold dungeon workshop unbearable when one is felling cold all the time. Fortunately, Spring isn’t too far away. I’ll get through this and soon be able to enjoy spending more time in the shop. The title of this blog entry comes from a correspondence earlier today with a trusted, experience...

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Charles Mackintosh Inspired Computer Desk #8: Finishing up the Odds and Ends

10-21-2017 01:19 PM by EarlS | 4 comments »

Even with all of the “woodworking” complete there were still a fair number of things that needed to be finished. Generally, I keep a “To Do” list throughout the project to keep track of what needs to be done and in what order. At the end of the project, I start a new list for “Finishing”. Obviously, it includes the sanding, staining, finish, and wax. But the list also includes other things that need to be completed for the project to be “finished&...

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Making kerfs on Mack truck towing

01-01-2018 04:26 PM by studeag | 4 comments »

Box kerfs are an other story, a lot of precision has to be use, cause the jig is a 3 reversibles parts system on a base and you have to have the holes drill on the 3 parts and base at the same place on each parts. You need to make multiple guide, cause the groove for the router guide will cross with other grooves. The base and jig parts are made from floating floor parts, very stable and easy to cut. The base has the place to place the uncut side panels and hold it in place. The lenth ...

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Wooden Gear Clocks

03-11-2018 05:29 PM by Arif DALKIRAN | 4 comments »

AHŞAP DİŞLİ SAAT ÇALIŞMASI Arkadaşlar öncelikle hepinize selamlar, uzun zamandır yapmak istediğim saat çalışmamı tamamladım. Çok iyi olmasa da videosunu sizlerle paylaştım. Şu anda sorunsuz bir şekilde çalışmaya devam ediyor. Her kurulumda 11 saat’ çalışmasını sürdürüyor. Bu süreçte 3 dakika ileri gidiyor. Bence bu tip bir saat için makul bir sapma. Bu çalışmamda edinmiş olduğum bir kısım bilgileri sizlerle paylaşacağım, zannedersem bu bilgiler bu tip bir saat çalışması yapmak isteyen arka...

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How to make Orbital Sander with fan ?????

07-13-2018 05:14 PM by steliart | 4 comments »

How to make Orbital Sander with fan ? Not sure if this is worth the trouble, but I found it to be at least a very interesting build and alternative sander !!!

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