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Desk Cabinet Project #4: Going For Level Two

03-27-2011 06:42 AM by William | 4 comments »


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Outdoor Morris Chair #16: Test fitting the back

05-05-2011 01:45 PM by LegendInMyOwnMind | 4 comments »

The back, as the book notes, is different than the one in the picture. It’s got even slats instead of a wider one in the middler. Not sure which I like better. This one is less interesting, but still nice. Here’s a picture of the test fit.

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Shop Made Jigs, Fixtures and Solutions #5: Thein Separator Epic FAIL!

03-27-2012 03:23 PM by DaveTPilot | 4 comments »

I know this topic has been hashed and rehashed to death but I want to chronicle my progress in my journey to improve my dust collection system. I was using this lid separator with really good results. I collected 100% of all chips and quite a bit of fine dust as well. The main problem is the efficiency diminished greatly once the can accumulated even a small amount of debris. So, I thought I would try the Thien Separator. I did not want to invest a lot of time building the type seen in...

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Grizzly Viking Sharpening Station Refurb #1: Sharpening System Refurb

04-09-2012 01:11 PM by ratchet | 4 comments »

Time for a refurb of a garage sale purchased (2009) Grizzly Viking Wet stone sharpening station. Although its obviously see better days (see photos), the old girl still works well and the stone is still almost full size. I also have a big Tormek and my thought was to use this unit in tandem (with this being the “coarser” stone). You can see in the photos that I have already trued the stone square with one of those diamond trueing thingys...Plans:DissassembleClean or replace rusted...

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Picked up quite a bit of free scraps

08-08-2012 12:23 PM by Jason™ | 4 comments »

Hello fellow LJ’s I just wanted to write a short message and see if I could get some ideas for some small beginner projects to work on and also post on here to get some constructive criticism to help me learn better techniques and also become better at what im really interested in trying to accomplish. Now for the scraps I got recently, I went to a local wood craft place where they make custom built ins such as cabinets, ent. centers, etc.. The gentleman I spoke with was very h...

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Tools R Us #2: Table saw eureka!

11-17-2012 03:52 AM by Sandra | 4 comments »

I’ve decided that my next project is going to be a stand for my 13” “portable” planer. The sucker weighs a ton and once it’s on the cart, I hope I never have to lift it again! The plan I’m using calls for 3/4 ” ply which brought me back to my table saw. Of the tools I own, the TS is the one that causes me the most angst. Until now, I could never figure out the numbers on the fence rail. It seems like a basic thing, but it just didn’t cli...

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Making Wooden Christmas Ornaments

12-19-2012 09:55 PM by NewEnglandsWoodWorks | 4 comments »

Happy Holidays Everyone!

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New Site Going Full Speed Ahead

03-14-2013 06:05 PM by Todd A. Clippinger | 4 comments »

Hey everybody! First I want to say thanks for all the feedback I got from everyone. Especially for the many comments that came to me via the Contact form from my site. It really helped knowing that it worked and people were taking the opportunity to use it. I took many comments into consideration and have adjusted the site according to some of the suggestions, especially in making changes that should make the pages load faster. I still have a lot more to add to the site, but I have a...

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thought of the day #4: shop time versus softball coaching

09-16-2013 04:11 PM by jacob34 | 4 comments »

So I have after two years of telling my wife I would start on a liquor cabinet, actually started it. Unfortunately well maybe inconveniently I also coach softball for my girls which has made it tough to finish before mentioned cabinet. I now have also volunteered on Thursdays and Fridays in my kindergarteners class for a few hours which happens to be my only two days off. On a side not the softball team is 3-1 and just put a 17-11 wooping on a team Sunday. So my thoughts of the morning are ...

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Beautiful Juniper Slabs For Sale

01-13-2014 05:33 PM by cassiet717 | 4 comments »

We have two, large juniper slabs for sale in Overgaard, AZ. The largest measures roughly 34 3/4” x 63” and is 3” thick, we are asking $225. The narrower of the two measures about 21’ across the middle x 57” tall and is 2 1/4” thick, and we are asking $150.We have more slabs of comparable size that we are willing to sell, and more pictures are available upon request.

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