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Standing Drawing Board / Desk Project #2: Converting Tabletop Easel into Standing Drawing Desk

10-12-2015 12:17 PM by ShuheiFujikura | 0 comments »

I think I will stick to this standing drawing desk for a while, to see other ideas for a full drawing desk project in the future.

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Videos by HuckD #6: Clamping fence for box joint jig

11-04-2015 09:54 PM by HuckD | 0 comments »

I built a single blade box joint jig as designed by Mario Capellano. Here’s a build video about the clamping fence I made for it. Watch video.

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Shop stuff #11: 2 videos today

11-11-2015 12:51 AM by JimDaddyO | 0 comments »

The weather has been rather nice lately. So nice that I have been spending more time in the shop. Along with being out in the air with Sally and Lil’ Lee. I have had the camera in the shop too. Which of course means I have lots of video clips saved, and nothing published for a while. Well, it rained today, so I took some time to do some editing and catching up. We had to go to town so Lil ‘Lee could get her grooming done, but other than that, I have been sitting in front of ...

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Lego Table #8: Making Drawers...or one drawer.

11-22-2015 08:06 PM by RaggedKerf | 0 comments »

Had a blast up at the Great Wolf Lodge this past weekend—as proof of our never-say-die, got to keep playing as long as we can attitude at the indoor water park hotel/resort, I offer a picture of my youngest the next day passed out in my recliner. This is as quiet as he as ever been outside of his crib in his entire life! The kids are, needless to say, pooped. I am too, but the clock is ticking—we’re well into November now and Christmas is looming on the horizon. I have plenty of time t...

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12-20-2015 05:05 PM by LostHasher | 0 comments »

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Laundry Wall cabinets #7: Continued after a bit of a hiatus.

01-01-2016 10:45 PM by HamS | 0 comments »

Well I actually have one of these almost completed. I am not sure what caused the delay, but life happens.

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Using open locks and part associations to draw an upper range cabinet in eCabinets 6.1.

01-17-2016 09:13 PM by ScottM1 | 0 comments »

Using open locks and part associations to draw an upper range cabinet in eCabinets 6.1. In this video I will show you how to use a couple of the new features that eCabinets has introduced in build 6.1 to draw a upper range cabinet that will allow you to set the opening needed for a range hood of your choice.I will show you how to lock the openings as well as associate the partitions and fixed shelves that are needed to make this cabinet. At the end of this video I will show you how you can...

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Yellow Box Burl Coffee Table #1: Flattening the burl

01-30-2016 05:05 AM by icemanhank | 0 comments »

Hi all My next project is another burl coffee table, this one is a beautiful Yellow Box (Eucalyptus melliodora) burl; the tree is widely distributed on the eastern plains and tablelands from western Victoria, New South Wales to south-central Queensland. I have decided to use the larger side as the table top even though it will hide a bit of the magnificent live edge it has, however the extra area will make for a more useable table. I have spent about 5 hours so far flattening it with...

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Routing with Tom O'Donnell

12-22-2009 09:58 AM by TemplateTom | 0 comments »

There are other procedures you can add to produce a raised moulding on the frame. Once you have mastered the method I have presented change the shape of the cut-out to an elliptical shape and use the same procedure to make an elliptical frame. There is also an extra procedure to rout the external edge elliptical in shape as well. Also adding a raised moulding to give it more interest. This may be the last post till Christmas is over as we are have family over for two weeks. I wish you all ...

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A Tale of Two Guitars #3: Scarf Joint and Heel Block

02-06-2016 03:32 PM by fatandy2003 | 0 comments »

Started off by trimming up the neck blank and planning it square. **Just a note here: I couldn’t find anywhere that definitively instructed on the width of the neck blank. At the guitar joint, the neck is 2-1/8” wide and at the nut it is 1-3/4”. But, since the headstock is made from the same blank, most are 3” wide due to the widest part of the headstock. So we went with a 3” wide blank (however, my headstock will taper the opposite way as normal, so I could have glued up a thinner blan...

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