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04-29-2014 05:12 PM by ghasem | 4 comments »

gerehchini or girihchini or as we call it in persian گره چینی is a way of decorating doors and windows in ancient houses and religious places in Iran. Yazd, Isfahan and some ancient cities of Iran are famous for this art.gereh or girih is a proportional geometric pattern that is used for making the layout of how wood sticks will be joined together. all of sticks are joined in mortise and tenon way, without glue or nails. at the end there will be a stable frame with or without stained glass. ...

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shop/shed? gotta make some room #4: some "upgrades"

09-12-2014 05:13 AM by Tugboater78 | 4 comments »

Some know I have been off work since memorial day due to a back injury. A lot of things got put on hold, but this building was delivered to my place a week before this happened. 4 days later I go back to work, 2 days later My back cries for mommy. 2 days later I am home again. Glad i got it, but the timing was awful since I bought it from the Amish/Mennonites on a rent to own basis. lots of clutter out back of the house shop photobombed here. little brother posing 12×20 shed ...

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Minimizing, De-Cluttering, and Simplifying The Workshop

01-29-2018 07:23 PM by handsawgeek | 4 comments »

In the past few weeks, I have been perusing and studying a number of websites and blogs dealing with the concept of Minimalist Lifestyles. In a nutshell, Minimalism is all about paring down one’s material possessions to a point where all that is retained is all that is needed. It’s about getting rid of the non-essentials, dispensing with un-necessary items, and de-cluttering one’s living space, thus leaving the practitioner with a happier, less stressful, and satisfying life. In my rea...

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Making a table leg with a curved foot

04-07-2015 01:20 AM by Canadian Woodworks | 4 comments »

How I made some legs that have a curved foot for a set of tables I’m working on.

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Delta Unisaw #2: Got lucky with the motor.

01-29-2008 06:42 AM by Kevin | 4 comments »

I took the pulley off of the motor tonight and success!!! I tried the nickel test and I would just like to say that the nickel test is worthless. My nickel stood up even before I took the pulley off and you could see the saw vibrating. Now the same test with a dime is very accurate. I could stand a dime on end and start, run, and shut off the saw without it falling over. That is impressive. The Ridgid ran with the nickel easy enough, but the dime would fall over when starting or stop...

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Getting Started #1: "Huh, never seen this before"

04-02-2008 09:58 PM by rahammers | 4 comments »

Just starting out with woodworking and looking to start a journal. Hopefully this will provide added incentive to progress and learn. Possibly meet some people that understand that projects aren’t finished in 30 minutes with 2 commercial breaks. On the shows everything looks so easy. My how things change once you feel the grain in your hands. We’ll thats all for now, being a complete nube I am anxious to go and google “bubinga”.

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Wood Magazine Display Case #6: Holding my breath, I apply the stain.....

01-01-2009 08:20 PM by depictureboy | 4 comments »

Talk about stressful..this is the biggest thing I have ever finished and its for my wife, so it has to be perfect…hehe here is a before… This is a picture of the assembled top molding Here are several case pictures after staining. Like I said, I was nervous about this because it is the biggest thing I have done so far. I used bartley’s gel stain in the shade of Honey. I still have to put the top coat on which I am making my own wip...

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Shaker Media Cabinet #1: Shaker Media Cabinet #1

09-02-2009 06:44 PM by skeeter | 4 comments »

My customer really liked the documenting of my last project on this site so I’m at it again. This is a really big ( for me) cabinet for dvds. It’s dimensions are 82 high and 50 wide. Glass doors on top and solid doors on bottom. Sliding dovetails while I love the look and the strength are a pain in the ass. Just my opinion. Enjoy.the model drawing

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Going to local shows. #6: National Tradesman Expo in Brisbane.

03-30-2010 02:42 AM by degoose | 4 comments »

I dropped into the National Tradesman Expo in Brisbane on Sunday and filmed a quick look.More about this later. But for now enjoy the vid.

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Idea To Give Manufacturers and Retailers a "Fair Trial" or a "Trial By Jury"

04-26-2010 07:51 PM by northwoodsman | 4 comments »

Being a member of this site for just over 2 years, I have noticed that every once in a while someone unintentionally starts a blog about a retailer or a brand that turns into a bashing frenzy. In most case that wasn’t the intended purpose, they just want to vent, or have others see their side of the story and seek advice. Perhaps they are looking for validation that they were right or wrong. We have a review section at the present time. The site guidelines state “post your p...

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