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Asssembly / Outfeed Table #5: Crazy Long Drawer

08-30-2015 01:51 AM by Freakazoid | 0 comments »

The core of the table is 9 feet long, with a pair of openings on each end for two ~18 inch wide drawers. The drawers are made out of maple, which I knew would wear well on the drawer runners. I also knew I wanted dovetailed joints because these drawers would end up being pretty heavy. I marked out the tails first after reading much debate about pins first versus tails first. Tails makes sense to me, so I marked them out, cut the rough dimensions out on the tablesaw, and cleaned it up wit...

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Hydraulic Crane (Toys and Joys) #7: Hydraulic cylinder

08-30-2015 12:43 AM by Dutchy | 0 comments »

Last week I made two hydraulic cylinders. The cylinders should be able to hold the crane boom in position. Therefor I additional made a “clamping” ring from ash. First I tried to do this with a rubber ring but finally I prefered wood. (I,m making two cranes at the same time, that’s why sometimes you she two cylinders) Below you can see how it was done. Thanks for watching.

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Basement Workspace / V8 Mini Workbench #30: Wagon Vise...maybe?

08-29-2015 10:47 PM by rhybeka | 1 comment »

So I’ve got the big pieces of the wagon vise ‘finished’ and trying to see how they all go together before I make the hole in my bench any larger to compensate. I also realized I may be in need of making a second one as the hole I cut for my bench is not in line with the leg vise but along the other line of bench dogs. Whoops! Nothing huge though – at least I’ve had some practice :) Mine doesn’t look a ton like Shipwrights though…hm… VS ...

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Yet another workbench #3: Wooden Parts 2

08-29-2015 09:36 PM by JonasB | 0 comments »

Top Assembly The top consist of two sub-assemblies: The lower half and the upper. The lower half is made up of two plywood sheets glued together, edged with maple and joined using doweled bridle joints. The doubled up plywood is attached to the frame using a basic butt joint strengthened with 3/8” dowels and glued down with epoxy. I used this method because my wood was not wide enough for the desired final dimensions if I rabbeted in the panel. This simple butt joint gave me some a...

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Woodshop Confessions #10: Jointer upgrade to a segmented cutterhead

08-29-2015 06:23 AM by Mike Merzke | 0 comments »

Here I show how I upgraded my Grizzly G0654 6” Jointer with the H7653 Indexable Insert Spiral Cutterhead and do a little needed maintenance to the bed of my jointer.

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Building Two Baptismal Fonts #2: Learning the three-way half lap joint

08-29-2015 05:54 AM by CharlesA | 0 comments »

One of the key design features of this project is the three-way half lap joint, a joint I learned here on Lumberjocks. I’ve been practicing making them on scrap. After making my 120° sled, I started out on my own. I just tried to figure out the cuts on my own. The result wasn’t terrible, but it was clearly not the best method. So I went back to the thread on LJs and found the youtube video that shopbuilt posted, and I learned the trick to doing this much easier, so thanks to...

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1953 Delta Milwaukee 14" Band Saw Restoration #1: Introduction

08-28-2015 09:51 PM by onoitsmatt | 1 comment »

I should preface this blog with a note about myself. I recently shed most of my power tools in favor of old hand tools, like Stanley Planes, Disston saws, and old Braces/Bits and eggbeater drills. This was around December of 2014 (about 9 months ago as of this writing). The two power tools I decided to keep in the shop were a band saw and a drill press. Problem was, I didn’t own a band saw (at least not a decent one). So the search began. I hemmed and hawed about it, researched, a...

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Yet another workbench #2: Wooden Parts 1

08-28-2015 09:35 PM by JonasB | 1 comment »

Leg Assembly Two leg assemblies are part of the support system for the bench. I was going to use glued up 2×4s, but found some 12/4 poplar, so sawed that to shape instead. The legs are 2.75” thick and 4” wide, and the top rail is 2.75” square. The legs are angled at about 15 degrees. The 2×4 approach would have simplified cutting the angled slots, but then you have the hassle of cleaning up the glued up legs. The large hunks of wood making up the legs give them a nice soli...

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My Journey As A Scroll Saw Pattern Designer #1612: More New Pattern Designs

08-28-2015 03:56 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

This morning when I sat down here at my spot at my computer, ready to do the mail, my little cat Pancakes hopped right up here and snuggled in. He had greeted me with cooing and 'chirps' this morning and I was heating up my coffee – more enthusiastic than usual. Perhaps it is because he 'knows' that I made some cinnamon shortbread cookies last night and he knows me well enough to remember that I may steal one to have with my coffee for breakfast. He loves cookies and see...

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"A gate into a blooming garden" #5: four boxes of the series.

08-28-2015 12:08 PM by FancyChip | 0 comments »

The series of my thoughts and feelings.I can say that I will continue carving this series in the future.

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