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In the wood shop today #4: Using Epoxy resin to fill a knot hole

07-10-2012 01:01 PM by Canadian Woodworks | 3 comments »

In this video I’m showing how I fill a knot hole with 5 minute epoxy resin coloured with the sawdust of the wood for a close match. Thanks for dropping by to have a look.

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Steve Ramsey's chess board #4: Getting somewhere, no going back form handplanes

12-28-2013 08:52 AM by Jake | 3 comments »

Alright, from last entry I have done a few things, including decided on the end design, and new glue-up of the chess board itself. Also, I am now in the dark abyss of handplanes – no coming back. Bought a stanley sharpening kit (angle holder) which made a world of difference for me, I am getting such lovely shavings that I can’t bear to throw them away, this is crazy, but I love it. Anyhow, this is just a post of a lot of pics and also progress report. In the process so far ...

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Woodsmith Magazine

04-27-2014 10:32 AM by hunter71 | 3 comments »

I recently came across 2 WOODSMITH binders of WOODSMITH magazines starting with issue #1 through 48. They are in very good condition. I read through them and decided to pass them on to another wood worker as I don’t do much of this type woodworking. If your interested drop me an email.

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Shop Update #1: What is up: 06-2014

06-11-2014 11:13 PM by Chris McDowell | 3 comments »

I haven’t put out a YouTube video in a couple of months, but I have been busy. In this video I talk a little about the recent projects I’ve done and the fence I just got done building. I also talk a little more about my new DeWalt DW732 Planer. Watch the video here:

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Expressing Love Through Woodworking #2: Pine Needles, Storm Windows, and Rosemary

10-27-2014 12:40 PM by nomercadies | 3 comments »

This is a twist on the “Baking Pies” observation I made earlier. The homes along the street where my oldest daughter lives are close together.Her neighbors argue with dirt about who witnessed more during the creation of the universe. As dirt and the neighbors grow even older my daughter worries about the female neighbor stepping out of one of the family trucks and into a window well next to the driveway. The well is quite close to where the neighbor lady stumbles around as she searches t...

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Woodworking vacation #12: Full circle

05-30-2008 06:43 AM by Betsy | 3 comments »

I know that some of you have been following my “adventure” of a woodworking vacation which started with a car accident. Well tonight I’ve put it to rest and bought a replacement car. I had forgotten how horribly boring and draining looking for a car was. I’m glad it’s not something I experience every day. I was leaning toward the Honda Civic Coupe—- but after driving it, I did not like how it felt or how small I felt behind the wheel. So in the end I set...

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Murphy Bed #3: Part 3

04-18-2009 04:12 PM by Gene47 | 3 comments »

I spent a couple of hours going over a suggestion that maybe I should make the bed outer case deeper so I can make the cabinets deeper so I got out the cutlist program and put in the new numbers and no matter what I came up with I was at least one sheet of plywood short. We choose Mahogany for this project and at $73.00 a sheet along with a 100 mile round trip to get it we just went back to the original plans. So off I went and using my new Gorilla Gripper carried the 1st sheet over to ...

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Learning Something: Workbench #1: The Planning

01-14-2010 11:31 PM by John Steffen | 3 comments »

Planning a project is often my favorite part (aside the finished product). Thus there will probably be many many more plans/drawings on here than work updates. However, this project is going to be seen through to completion as I need a workbench in my shop for future projects I probably won’t finish. I’ve scoured books, magazines, and the internet to come up with a good vision of what I think I need in my bench. My current shop is 10’x20’ so space is at a p...

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Sierra Nets Prepares for the Fly Fishing Show, Pleasanton - Part 3

02-21-2012 10:29 AM by Greg | 3 comments »

This is the final blog about my preparations for exhibiting Sierra Nets at my first show-The Fly Fishing Show in Pleasanton, Ca. on Feb. 24-26, 2012. I will be leaving this Thursday morning and driving up to the Bay Area with my best friend, and Sierra Net owner, who will be manning the booth with me Friday-Sunday. It’s about a 7 hour drive from the Disneyland area. The building of the display has been quite rewarding. I love the process of figuring things out almost as much as ...

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Moving right along

03-04-2012 01:15 AM by T. D. Reid | 3 comments »

Yesterday I was able to get the four rails for the head and foot boards sanded down to the correct thickness along with a rabbit to hold the stiles. Then I cut the tenons on the rails and cut a test mortise for the legs. Today I put six hours in the shop and got the mortises cut on the legs along with a dry fit. I cut the tenons for the first 15 stiles for the head board. I will get the other 15 tenons cut on the stiles for the foot board and then will start sanding all of these pieces so th...

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