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Workshop Makeover #2: Workbench Design 1

03-19-2012 10:21 PM by pound | 2 comments »

I am starting to get the hang of SketchUp but something tells me that the pro version may be even better. Why spend that money on a computer program when I can get wordworking tools, right? Ok, so here is my first shot at designing a built in tablesaw and workbench. I made a stacked cabinet design because I know I can actually accomplish making a cabinet. I also would like to replace the drawers I currently have in my bench. I can’t even imagine how heavy 12 2×4x51’s a...

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Trash to Treasure - Blue Love Seat #1: Video 1

01-22-2013 04:08 PM by JSB | 2 comments »

The victim this time is a well used blue love seat.

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Bowl Making! - Showing off some of our new toys in action!! #2: We setup our new Carter Hollow Roller System!

04-19-2013 03:52 AM by Eric M. Saperstein | 2 comments »

Along with an assortment of lathe upgrades and other toys and tools we recently obtained a Carter Hollow Roller System. “The Hollow Rollerâ„¢ System is a captive boring bar system for safely turning hollow forms and bowls. The boring bar has a flat on the bottom that allows it to be captured by the three rollers housed in the torque arrestor. This removes the worry from turning hollow forms and vessels.” ...

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Just for Fun #4: The Blog Which Shall Remain Nameless

07-18-2013 02:30 PM by ScottShaeffer | 2 comments »

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1097: Monday is a Good Day to Organize

08-05-2013 10:50 AM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 2 comments »

Happy Monday! I am going to be doing a quick blog today because I am in the process of drawing and there isn’t much that I am prepared to show you today. In addition, I am working on an article (which I will also talk more about later on) and doing some general organizing in the house. We had a beautiful weekend here. Although it is much more autumn-like than summer. I think those three warm days that we had in the past month were considered our ‘summer’ and now we a...

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Quilted maple

12-15-2013 06:30 AM by rkoorman | 2 comments »

Just a short video of a amazing piece of wood…..

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Holly's Jasper #22: Holly's Jasper #22

06-22-2014 12:01 AM by Michael Anthony Zelonis | 2 comments »

Back to the big dog! Vertical jig mount (I made this jig to do the same area on my daughter Ravrn’s horse), the piece is so heavy I braced it, this also prevents any vibration even when I am whacking away with the #9, 1” gouge and the 18 oz. mallet. Now, just the fur at the base of the throat, blending the top and bottom lips and sanding will finish this section (sanding will be done when the rest is carved). When I come back again from the Green man, I wil...

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"Hobbit Holes in MyWorld" --by RusticWoodArt #14: Wood From An-Other's Wood Bin

07-06-2008 02:44 PM by frank | 2 comments »

Wood From An-Other’s Wood Bin ....and, the beauty that comes from knowing there is a place that I fit in…. days are filled with the ever increasing knowledge that this thing I call wood and working, is my place of having found peace within the cosmic center of my universe…. ....spalted maple; 38’’ wide x 3-1/2’’ thick and 7’-8’ in length and, this is one that I am working on in the evenings here in my outside 360 de...

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RAS Cabinet #2: The Cabinet Design and Sketchup

08-21-2008 01:15 AM by sIKE | 2 comments »

Well here is the drawing for the cabinet base for my RAS. The design for this has been challenging as not only do I have to level the table to the Saw and its carriage but I also want to level the RAS Table to my Miter Bench. After digging around I found some leveling feet that will screw to the side of the cabinet and then be adjustable though access holes drilled into the shelf. This will allow me to level the Saw to its’ table then I will level the cabinet/table to the Miter Benc...

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Display Mirror - Rescued Wood #1: The Set-up

04-07-2009 01:39 PM by PG_Zac | 2 comments »

This project is already completed, but there is a long story to go with it. I decided to split it into blog episodes for easier handling as I know many of you can’t afford to sit with ONE posting for more than 10 minutes. A couple of years ago I moved to a new village and found (to my delight) that I have access to a lot of wood of various species in log form. Within a radius of 30 kilometers there are plenty of old dead-stands, dead-falls, and the local tree feller is happy to let ...

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