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Kitchen Island Project #5: Doors are installed

07-05-2009 07:07 AM by Jim | 3 comments »

The cabinet doors are now installed. I’ve got to say I love those Blum (European) Hinges. In this case I have inset doors so the gap around the doors is really finicky. The slightest deviation stands out like a K-Mart blue tag special that has a flashing light saying “He screwed up look here!” With the Blum Hingest you can quite literally “dial in” the desired gap and face depth. I also like the fact that the hinges are invisible when the door is closed. The trad...

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Art and Craft Shows

11-03-2009 10:17 PM by Ron Berneburg | 3 comments »

Wow what a month Oct was. My house was struck by lighting !! Lost my computer, damn the bad luck, I`m at the library at the moment. Lost alot of my electronics, the good news I only had some on / off switches go—-NO TOOLS !!! I live in north Ga, Might of saw all the flooding, yep I was smak in the middle of it. The roof of my shop caved in, The good news didn`t loose any tools, some rust. So instead of making furniture , I was rebuilding my shop. Oh wait it gets better I bought a new t...

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So you like to carve with a chainsaw ???

03-15-2010 07:24 AM by longgone | 3 comments »

http://www.wimp.com/chainsawsculpture/ This guy is really good!

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The Traveling Lumberjock #3: July 21, 2010 - Richmond, VA

07-29-2010 05:42 AM by PflugervilleSteve | 3 comments »

So it was off to Virginia last week. I’ve been going to Richmond pretty regularly for four to five years now and I really enjoy the area. It’s beautiful, there’s a ton of historical stuff in the area, and of course now that I’m visiting sawmills and lumberjocks, there’s no shortage of wood and sawdust themed adventures. This was something of a short notice trip, so I didn’t have much chance to plan visits or scope folks with portable sawmills. Oddly e...

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Grizzly TENT SALE...... Who's going (Bellingham,WA)

06-24-2011 02:28 AM by Delta356 | 3 comments »

Hi there I thought I would inform any one here in the northwest about GRIZZLY tent sale. It’s June 25, This Sat How are these tent sales??? Who’s ever gone to one of these, please tell your experience…. Thanks, Michael FreyPortland, OR FREY WOODWORKING INC.

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mini roubo #2: progress pics to date

03-14-2012 05:20 PM by kaaahl | 3 comments »

I thought I would just catch up on some pics of my progress so far. In the back of my mind, I am hoping to build a workbench that will last for 100 years—something solid and substantial. At the same time, I am doing it on a grad school budget. So those two things are mostly incompatible but we will see how close we get. This is my first time building a project with hardwood and the first workbench I have ever built. I am building it for my father for a belated Christmas gift (I couldn&#...

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Starting My Business #8: Well, I have done it Now!

04-22-2012 05:25 AM by ChrisCrafts | 3 comments »

As I have ventured into this life after 20 years in the Corporate World I have found myself drawn in a certain direction. The more I work with wood the more my creative juices flow. I initially started with the idea of making small handcrafted items that would be popular at a Christmas Bazaar or a Charity Auction. Much of this hasn’t kept my interest. Turning has been fun and that is something I will continue to do. But, still, I have all these ideas in my head for furniture I would lov...

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Garage Sale finds #1: 1

06-24-2012 01:12 PM by bakey | 3 comments »

An interesting find at the local car boot sale for £25

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Introduction

01-17-2013 09:21 AM by eblansfield | 3 comments »

Hello everyone. As a new member, I just wanted to introduce myself. I have been woodworking off and on since high school, so about 30 years. Nothing too serious because I spent 21 years in the Air Force, moving around, and was never able to set up shop. Over the past couple of years, I finally started putting a small shop together in my garage. I have been doing some pen making, and other fun projects. My next project is going to be a cradle for my first grandbaby who is due in Sep. So...

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Workbench Build #16: New Crank Handles...

02-27-2013 12:50 AM by Airframer | 3 comments »

After finishing up one of the hand cranks for the Moxon vise I realized that the poor excuse of a turning I did on my leg vise crank handle just wasn’t going to cut it. So after that revelation I scrounged up some scraps of Padauk and Oak and started piecing together a segmented stackup that would become my new crank handles for both the leg and wagon vises. Once the glue was set on those I cut different sized plugs out with my hole saw set which works out nicely b...

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